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Series: The Ravenhood
Category: Contemporary Romance
Tags: Suspense, Enemies to Lovers
Release: August 2020
Wow. I thought Flock was such an eye-opening book, unlike any I’ve read and yet Exodus was all that and more.
This is the continuation of Cecelia’s story and the fate she’s ready to accept after the year she spent in Triple Falls.
It’s hard to write this review without giving spoilers but I’ll just say that like Cecelia, I have a sickness.
I’m addicted to reading romance and hitting that high of first love, epic love, even toxic love that the characters ultimately share.
I’m especially addicted to the heart-gripping stories Kate Stewart creates that have me obsessed from start to finish.
“You think it’s love, but the truth is, you’re an addict.”
Reading this I was an addict who couldn’t stop reading. Wouldn’t stop for fear of losing that high.
I lost sleep because I didn’t want to put the book down and I assume my kids eventually fed themselves the next morning as I was completely engrossed in the last chapters – set on finishing it and craving a happy ending.
After reading the end, I then suffered a major book hangover. Consumed by these characters, their actions and their inactions. Thinking about their motives and the causes they expounded.
Gosh, it’s book like this one that make me love reading romance. For the high, and even for the low that hits after I’m finished reading.
So if that’s a hit that you look for, then you’ll want to check out this duet.
I felt so much for Ceceila who was this young, lonely girl who was only looking for a worthy king to give her heart to.
She just wanted someone to care about her enough to keep her close and hold onto the heart she so freely gave.
This was definitely a long book, but completely well worth reading.
I’ll admit that the first part took me a bit by surprise given the first book in the duet, but rereading parts of the beginning make it all come together for me and how it ultimately progressed.
Kate Stewart is such a gifted writer.
She makes me think and she makes me feel. I’m so grateful for her gifted prose.
Do you have a favorite Kate Stewart romance book? Let me know in the comments!
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