Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Crow by Candace Robinson & Amber R. Duell (Faeries of Oz, #2)


Crow
by Candace Robinson & Amber R. Duell

My rating: 5 stars

Series: Faeries of Oz - Book 2
Publisher : Midnight Tide Publishing (February 17, 2021)
Publication date : February 17, 2021
Genre: Fantasy
Print length : 188 pages
Available from: Amazon

Revenge to take...


Reva spent the last twenty years in her own purgatory, first as the Wicked Witch of the West, then banished to eternity in darkness. Now that she's returned from oblivion, Reva's out for blood. The Northern Witch, Locasta, destroyed Reva's life out of jealousy over Crow. But Reva's love for him is gone, replaced only with the desire for revenge.


Crow wasted years trying to distract his mind after the Wicked Witch--his true love--was vanquished. He'd thought Reva was lost forever until magic brought her back, though their reunion was anything but happy. Reva hates him now as much as she loved him then. He can't blame her--his former lover cursed them both and stole their daughter away. But he's more determined than ever to earn Reva's forgiveness.


When Reva leaves for the North, intent on destroying Locasta, Crow refuses to lose her to the same magic twice. He joins her on the journey, and, as much as Reva loathes him, she knows it's for the best. Traveling is too dangerous on her own, but spending so much time together isn't exactly safe for their hearts either. Hidden away in her castle, the Northern Witch waits to curse Reva and Crow once more. This time they need to put an end to Locasta, or suffer the consequences of the curse forever.

Crow by Candace Robinson & Amber R. Duell

(Faeries of Oz, #2) 


We’ve all watched the wonder of Oz, of Dorothy’s adventure and the magic of the land, but what happened when everyone grew up? What happened in the adult version? Take a stroll down the yellow brick road as you have never seen it in Candace Robinson’s and Amber R. Duell’s take on Oz, in the second of the Fairies of Oz series, CROW and discover the rest of the story, all grown up and edgier.

Rarely can one find two authors’ voices blend so harmoniously as they dare to turn childhood fantasies into a tale with heart, passions and a darkness that it feels completely plausible, just like the eye-opening reality of real adult life.

Sit back, fall into and remember Oz, then see it through a new perspective! Brilliant writing, fantastic, flawed characters, this one shines brighter than the Yellow Brick Road ever could!

I received a complimentary ARC edition from Candace Robinson! This is my honest and voluntary review.

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