After saving Rhain from an agonising death, Accacia is determined to find her missing friend Clover and rescue her from the mysterious Fae.
With the assistance of her family knights, the group head into the forbidden forest of Ever Vale and into a world of mystery and magic.
Drawn deeper into the depths of the wood, Accacia learns what it is to have courage, to fight for the ones you love and to know when to let them go.
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Genre: Paranormal Romance
Title: Accacia’s Blood
Series: Sisters of Hex #2 / Accacia #2
Author: Bea Paige
Source: Bea Paige
You have no idea how much I want to strangle this author right now. She totally ended it so it wasn’t a major cliff hanger but COME ON NOW WITH THAT MAJOR CLIFFHANGER. I’m totally gonna lose my mind if I don’t get the third book this month. Like, seriously? You’re gonna end it like that?
Accacia still struggles with accepting that she’s a part of this fantastical world, the little scientist in her clinging to logic. I get that it’s hard to accept so much change, she wasn’t given much time to digest it, but I thought she’d be over it by now. Still, I can’t fault her for being so set in her ways, you know? It’s a quirk she gets over by the end (ugh, the end… WHY) and everything works out. Her relationship with the men grows and some parts made me cry, but I’m not a fan of the insta-love. Thought I could get into it. I can’t. She struggles to like them, which is great because you totally see her find her reasons for liking them in her own way, but they all instantly love her. I was hoping to get some build up with their eventual exchange of vows, but I didn’t. It just seemed very fast, giving me a great hook and ending with a middle that kinda just cuts through, if you know what I mean.
Overall, it’s a very quick fantasy romance full of danger and beautiful, deadly things. I loved the Fae and seeing more of the world. The world always gets me. Everything else may seem fast or almost there but the world that Paige created? Props, woman. Major props. It’s a recommend if you love fantasy worlds and complicated characters.