Sunday, March 9, 2014
Review: Circle of Death
Circle of Death by Keri Arthur
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
We continue learning more about members of the circle in this installment of the Damask Circle. This time it's Kirby and Doyle that are highlighted as Kirby learns about her powers and Doyle discovers his mate.
Doyle is a "shapechanger" who is tasked with rescuing Kirby from some mystical problems she has somehow landed herself in. She's recently lost her best friend and roommate in a truly horrific way (that looks like other ritual killings being tracked by the circle). While on the run from a monster of sorts, she ends up being rescued by Doyle and getting a crash course on magic. There's your typical mystery, but not a lot of courtship romance. It's mostly a mated pair that doesn't fully admit to it until our HEA comes closer.
The writing in Keri Arthur books is always easy to read and paced well, so this book wasn't any exception to that. I didn't really fall in love with Kirby or Doyle, but it was still a good look at more members of the circle.
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