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No Quarter (The Ambeth Chronicles Book 2) Kindle Edition
Book two in the acclaimed YA fantasy series, The Ambeth Chronicles
'Alma, even I do not know what he is capable of...’
Things should be great for Alma. She's returned the lost Sword to Ambeth and is finally with Deryck, Prince of the Dark.
But the twisted currents of Ambeth run deep...
Deryck is struggling with his father, who wants to control Alma, while Alma has to deal with her best friend Caleb, who doesn’t trust Deryck at all. Plus it’s getting harder and harder to keep up with her life in the human world. Quests and friendship all fall by the wayside when there's romance to be had, and spending time with handsome Deryck is much more appealing than with an increasingly angry Caleb. The Light are always talking about making choices, so they shouldn't have a problem with her choosing to be with Deryck. Besides, he'll protect her from his father - won't he?
Falling in love shouldn’t be this difficult. But things are about to get much worse...
No Quarter is book two of The Ambeth Chronicles. Books one, three and four are also available, with book five coming soon!
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- ASIN : B015T6F0O0
- Language : English
- File size : 3341 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 298 pages
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The problem with this book is that there simply isn't enough going on beyond the romantic relationship between Alma and Deryck, and some character development. I got bored and found myself putting the book down on several occasions.
Between seventy and eighty percent into the story, the mood and pace completely changes and I was completely drawn in all the way to the end. Sadly, it was too little too late.
Helen's writing skills are excellent. If she could have replicated the kind of mood and pace she had near the end of this work, added it near to the beginning of the book, and again somewhere in the middle, it would have been a complete game changer giving her at least four, if not the full five stars.