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King's Horses (The Savage Fall, #2)

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4.25 stars

I was really looking forward to this sequel because the first book left me gobsmacked. However, this book was missing something. The storyline seemed to be scattered. I didn't understand why certain parts were even in the story (Blake's sister in particular) and the sudden caring of the brothers. The ending also seemed a little lackluster after such a huge build up throughout this story.

That being said, it was still a very good duet. This author and her stylistic choices are sublime. ( )
  MagicalRi | Dec 22, 2019 |


So this was book two in the Savage Fall duet and considering book one totally smashed my walls down in terms of what I was comfortable with: meant for me there was a degree of trepidation going into this.
So this one was slightly milder in terms of content than its predecessor: I also enjoyed this slightly less.
In a way, Blake is now after the revelations at the end of book two trying in his very controlling fashion to somehow win back Snow's affections with limited success.
This time around Blake did seem more human but I did find that both characters here struggled in expressing there finer feelings.
No one seems to be able to say sorry and I struggled to feel the love here much to my disappointment.
There was definitely an intense connection here but I felt this seemed more carnal and physical in nature rather than emotional, their interactions at times just seemed so impersonal.
Perhaps on reflection, it was the lack of meaningful conversation expressed between these two that caused me to question the authenticity of there feelings.
What this did have going for it was that it was still a really gripping read that I managed to read in one sitting.
It was also very well written and despite this being a somewhat uncomfortable journey of discovery I am still very glad I stayed the whole course.
This was an interesting and intense experience.
On a final note can I just say I am a trifle bemused by that ending it was just so abrupt and open-ended in nature.
It just seemed really unfinished like it was halted mid-stride and left me slightly perplexed.
I voluntary reviewed a copy of King's Horses (The Savage Fall, #2).
All opinions expressed here are entirely my own.



Reviewed By Beckie Bookworm
https://www.facebook.com/beckiebookworm/
www.beckiebookworm.com ( )
  carpathian1974 | Nov 7, 2019 |


So this was book two in the Savage Fall duet and considering book one totally smashed my walls down in terms of what I was comfortable with: meant for me there was a degree of trepidation going into this.
So this one was slightly milder in terms of content than its predecessor: I also enjoyed this slightly less.
In a way, Blake is now after the revelations at the end of book two trying in his very controlling fashion to somehow win back Snow's affections with limited success.
This time around Blake did seem more human but I did find that both characters here struggled in expressing there finer feelings.
No one seems to be able to say sorry and I struggled to feel the love here much to my disappointment.
There was definitely an intense connection here but I felt this seemed more carnal and physical in nature rather than emotional, their interactions at times just seemed so impersonal.
Perhaps on reflection, it was the lack of meaningful conversation expressed between these two that caused me to question the authenticity of there feelings.
What this did have going for it was that it was still a really gripping read that I managed to read in one sitting.
It was also very well written and despite this being a somewhat uncomfortable journey of discovery I am still very glad I stayed the whole course.
This was an interesting and intense experience.
On a final note can I just say I am a trifle bemused by that ending it was just so abrupt and open-ended in nature.
It just seemed really unfinished like it was halted mid-stride and left me slightly perplexed.
I voluntary reviewed a copy of King's Horses (The Savage Fall, #2).
All opinions expressed here are entirely my own.



Reviewed By Beckie Bookworm
https://www.facebook.com/beckiebookworm/
www.beckiebookworm.com ( )
  carpathian1974 | Nov 7, 2019 |
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