Review: A Storm of Revelations: Midnight Dynasty Book Two by Sarah M. Cradit

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☆☆➹⁀☆ 5 stars ☆➹⁀☆☆


What It’s About:

Controlled chaos. Centuries-old secrets. A deep, abiding hatred that runs through the veins, and lineage, of two ancient families.

Charlotte is chosen by the sinister LaViolettes, with claims about her parentage that are both impossible and yet ring true—too true. She draws closer to Harlowe and her enigmatic clan, but the more she learns, the greater the danger to herself, her family, and her new but unexpected love, Lawrence.

Nicolas’ rise to the head of the family comes with distance from Lauren. His love for her has grown, not waned, but involving her only puts her back in harm’s way. To protect her, he must turn away from her and focus on the new, powerful threat facing down his family… one greater than any foe they’ve known so far.

As Charlotte spins deeper down the rabbit hole, Nicolas must determine when is too soon, and too late, to play the careful hand he’s been building.


My Thoughts:

A Storm of Revelations: Midnight Dynasty Book Two is as engrossing as the first book in author Sarah M. Cradit’s spin-off series. A Storm of Revelations, set in Paris and Louisiana, begins where A Tempest of Discovery ended.  As with the author’s other books, it is critical to read them in order.  The plot is complex and deepens with each installment, and the cast of characters expands and their relationships become more entwined as well.

Ms. Cradit richly sets her scenes with amazing detail.  Her plot is well thought out, and she has created excellent tension throughout the book.  The Deschanels may have met their match in the evil, vengeful LaViolettes. The long-running family feud is heating up, and the need to counter the threat forces Nicolas’ hand. The Deschanels and the Collective will not go down without a fight, but how will the out fox the seemingly all-knowing matriarchs of the LaViolette clan?

I thoroughly enjoyed A Storm of Revelations. The myriad of characters, the sinister foreboding, and the gripping story line made this book a quick read. It is a solid second act to another great saga from author Sarah M. Cradit. This series is a spin-off from her House of Crimson & Clover Saga. Ms. Cradit that new and old readers alike will appreciate.


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