Magic Rises by Ilona Andrews
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
There's Hugh and Kate. How they’re alike but not really, circling each other with both aware of the other’s strengths and weaknesses because they had the exact same ones! Impressive, this mirroring between them, of one acting and the other reacting. Then there's Kate and the pack… better, the Kate and the pack and other packs. Her growing into her position and doing what needs doing, and her proving her independence and strength others knowing what she’s capable of and others seeing her do the same. And all of them in this cat- and mouse thing that's going on, where she takes on either role at one point then another. (Can you tell I Ioved this?) Only...
Only, there’s the not so good, too:
Mainly, the backtracking on who and what they’ve become: Kate/Curran, why the distrust? Yet despite that, this… this was good. I hope it’s not too early to be asking for the next one.
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