First I’d like to say Thank you to Pantera Press and Net galley for allowing me to read this a whole month early!
Raelia is the second story in the Medoran Chronicals if you haven;t read Arkarnae yet my review is here
I liked the second book a lot more then the first.
Raelia is the second installment of a 5 part series! that’s right 5 books all set in the amazing magical world of Medora. I love every moment we spend with Alex at her school Akarnae Academy there is such an x-man quality to the school and we get to explore a lot more peoples powers and learn more about the Medora race which are a lot like Fae.
There are a lot of fun scenes in this and adventures I loved the survival weekend full of riddles and tasks.
All of our characters have great relationships and unique friendship although we don’t hear much from Bear in this book but we spend a lot of time with some new students and getting to know them was awesomeness
Alex our main MC is feisty and unable to think before she speaks usually resulting in chuckle worthy mishaps. She makes me groan in embarrassment along side her when she stumbles over her words and laugh at her earth jokes that no one gets!
The whole book was well paced and I couldn’t put it down unlike the first that dragged a bit at the start, I can only imagine what we have installed for us next.
Fantastic ending also, no big cliff hanger where there defiantly could of been and it was perfectly paced. I can’t wait for the next installment!!
Oh god and we get a love interest!
well not really but I saw a few sparks flying around, Kaiden! my darling Kaiden! there are hints of romance and I was screaming for more! Kaiden and Alex officially shipped, I need to see this happen!
It is fantastic that the romance in this book isn’t central at all but I am wishing there is a lot more in the next book as I can’t wait to see this unfold!
4 out of 5 stars****!
If you’d like to pick up a copy of this it is for sale on the 1st of April (it’s not a joke promise!
Have any of you guys read this? or the first one? Let me know what you thought!
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