First, thanks to St. Martin’s Griffin and Edelweiss for allowing me to read an egalley of this final book in the Kanin Chronicles. As I mentioned in the review for the 2nd book, Ice Kissed, that I finished right before I started this one, I just love this author and her writing. And I have to say that this ending didn’t disappoint me at all. Again, if you haven’t read the first two books yet, there are definitely going to be things you won’t want to read about in this review. So you should go back and start with my review of the first book in the series, Frostfire, in that case.
Of course at the end of the last book Bryn was accused of being guilty of treason, and now she had to flee her home and try to prove her innocence. Once out of danger and on the run, she is joined by Konstantin, her one time enemy, who now seems to be the only one she may be able to trust in this mess. The two of them try to work with some of the other troll tribes to get the true mastermind and guilty one, Queen Mina, out of control. But it will take finding some kind of actual proof of the Queen’s treachery, as well as finding which other tribes or members of tribes are not already part of Queen Mina’s revengeful scheme. She will work to avenge the death of her friend Kaspar, and will even call on help from her friend’s family back in the Trylle kingdom, so we get to go back and see some of my favorite characters from the Trylle books. The characters that really got me hooked on Hocking’s books.
In the final battle, because there will be one, she will have allies in those that she has helped in the past, but will lose loved ones as they fight to save those they love. And she will find true love, and work to set her kingdom right as it should be in the best way that she can. Another great series by Amanda Hocking, one that I could not bear to put down even though I did have to work and sleep at some times.