Eden Matthew's world is in shambles. Her grandfather viciously murdered, her twin brother held without magic, and her best friends imprisoned, all at the hands of the one man that was supposed to love her for eternity. She has been betrayed, and now she is being hunted by a king that wants her dead. Eden must pick up the pieces of her life and stand alone against the tyranny that threatens to destroy her world. Alone she must find a way to rebuild the Resistance, locate her missing parents, save her loved ones and take down the monarchy. Everything is against her, including forbidden feelings of a love that she thought was buried. She has declared war and now stands on the precipice of defeat. Losing is not an option however, and Eden must find a way to overcome her emotions, fight through her pain and restore the magic to her kingdom. Fearless Magic is the third installment of The Star-Crossed Series.
The goal of the main character Eden was to save his brother Avalon and to have her revenge for the betrayal the monarchy. Eden was confusing or she just simply didn’t have the capacity to focus and do her job. Her emotion was always a big deal. The story and plot of this book was big enough that the attitude of Eden made it harder to explore and enjoy. Immediately committing herself to Jericho after all that happen in the second series was a little turn off too. Though I do like Jericho more that Kiran, it just didn’t felt right. She’d gone believing in herself then in the next 2 second, she’d gone ‘no, I can’t do it, Avalon is a much better leader’, that’s a little annoying too. Taking control on the last events was one of the moments that I liked her. The rebuilding of Resistance was something that I had looked forward with, that’s a success with Eden. Meeting with her parents, it’s a really sad reunion, it affected me so I say that it was effective. Kiran, he’s more confusing that ever, I don’t know what he’s all about. An ally or an enemy?
The romance in this book was mild and clean. The love triangle was a blur and keeps on changing. The focus of the story was also a blur. And obviously, the characters were a blur too, they were confusing.
I like this book and I really want to know what going to happen to all of them and how all of it will come to finish.
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