Concealed

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 01 Dec 2017

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Elea had done what she did not want. She has become a Grand Mistress Necromancer. She was happy being that simple girl on a farm that used her necromancy magic when the need arose to do chores and the such. That was until she needed learn as much as she can and as quickly as she can to make a difference. The road was long and the journey brought to her friends with the common purpose of defeating the one that just could not allow for the course of the world to flow. This time around she must save her sisters from a very despicable man, Vicomte Gaspard. He wants to kill her sisters for their magic while at the same time draining their life force.

Elea was not alone in this rescue mission...

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I didn't read the first book in the series but dived in with this one. Which was a mistake. Although it wasn't too hard to get the general drift of what was going on, I had trouble relating to Elea in the first chapters, and I'm pretty sure this would have been avoided if I'd read book one.

Elea is searching for her fellow Necromancer sisters, who have been taken by the Vicomte for—what Elea fears—very evil reasons. She discovers the first real clue of where they might be held, but time is running out. Even with the help of the powerful Castor, Rowan, Elea might not find them before its too late.

Boring is not the word for this read. It's packed full of intrigue...

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Concealed is the second book in the Beholder series. If you have not read Cursed, proceed with caution as there are minor spoilers for the first book in the series.
What a fun read with a strong heroine! Elea is a wonderful character, filled with confidence yet still flawed enough to make mistakes. Determined to save her friends, Elea makes many questionable choices that don't end well for her or the people she uses to find her missing sisters. What makes Elea different is what she does as those mistakes are unfolding. Her quick-thinking and resourcefulness almost makes you look forward to the next time something doesn't go according to plan. What I particularly enjoyed about...

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