Thursday, October 22, 2015

Pledged by Louise G. White (Gateway, #3)

Pledged
by Louise G. White

My rating: 5 stars

Series: Gateway - Book 3
Publication Date: October 22, 2015
Publisher: Louise G. White
Genre: Fantasy | Scifi | Myths
Print Length: 363 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble
 
The deal was simple: Carolyn and her friends could return home after 21 days. What could happen in 3 short weeks?
Rather a lot: Carolyn’s mother is livid about her “rescue” and Edward is being groomed for a chiefdom he doesn’t want. The Agency’s “elixir of life” has been perfected, and O.W.E. permits mean that certain humans have been authorised to work in the demon realms.
The destroyer is about to face her greatest fear, and it has nothing to do with killing demons:
She must decide what to do about Ethan and Note who risked everything for her and already accomplished the impossible in “Chasing the Demon”.

 
 Pledged by Louise G. White (Gateway, #3)

Pledged (Gateway, #3)The destroyer is back. Pledged by Louise G. White brought me back into Carolyn’s world, her universe, really, with all of the characters, their personalities, their quirks, and for some, their intense dislike of each other. Note and Ethan have proven they would do anything for Carolyn, but it seems playing nice isn’t one of them. Must our brave destroyer choose who she loves? She would so rather be slaying demons. Danger, the unknown and the “elixir of life” are about to make Carolyn’s world a lot harder to survive in, to keep others safe, but like any good fantasy driven by amazing characters, good versus evil is never an easy battle, especially if you only have three weeks to do it.

Louise G. White has an imagination that shines bright once again as we follow along in a world filled with fairies, different realms, high mages and their apprentices, as well as a leader who is unsure of himself. After all of her years on earth, this world that Carolyn has been awakened to has caused her to come into her own and embrace those around her with their special gifts. Imagine a home with ten levels that you can't see, fairies that learn to mimic human moves, including dance, Amazonians and magic and you have a tiny glimpse into the Ms. White’s world. Fast-paced, filled with twists, and magic gateways, this is a beautiful world to escape to for a few hours and let your own imagination run wild! You’ll love some characters, wonder about others and learn that each plays an important role in Carolyn’s tale. Read the series in order, and you’ll see just how detail-oriented Louis G. White is with wasting a single word!

I received an ARC edition from Louise G. White in exchange for my honest review.



1 comment:

  1. This sounds excellent! I'll be checking out the first two books. Thanks for the review!

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