Title: Beyond Midnight: Asunder (House of Crimson & Clover #3.5)
Author: Sarah M. Cradit
Published Date: Expected October 16th 2014
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Broken and dispirited, the Deschanel family reels under the weight of a family curse. Lives were torn asunder, as their numbers diminished.
Amidst their pain, another prophecy takes shape. One laid by the ancient druidic Quinlan clan, in a time long forgotten. Seers across the family have borne witness to fragments. Distraught by the loss of her soul’s true love, Amelia begins to dream of an unknown man and a woman, designated by fate to live their story over and over again, throughout time.
Now, destiny reaches across the centuries.
In the family’s darkest hour, a reckoning with the Empyrean Senetat is fast approaching. Hope becomes the necessary consolation for grief, as the Deschanels come together to make their loved ones whole, in order to face this uncertain future as a united clan.
Sarah Cradit’s latest installment of her House of Crimson and Clover series is one of my favorites. Beyond Midnight: Asunder (House of Crimson & Clover #3.5)continues the story of the Deschanel and Sullivan families and their mysterious tie with an ancient race known as the Emperyans.
While Midnight Dynasty primarily introduced readers to new characters and the foreboding curse that has threatened the Deschanel family for as long as the family has kept records, BeyondMidnight: Asunder (House of Crimson & Clover #3.5) begins to put together some of those new characters and story lines. It was grand to get a glimpse where those new characters and relationships might be taking the story.
The seers in the Deschanel family have broken memories of a prophecy involving another family, and Amelia, who is one of the Deschanel seers, has begun to have strange dreams that basically tell her of this same prophecy. Reincarnation of a destined couple might lead to the end of the curse and the survival of the Emperyans.
There are some books in this series that can be read as stand alone books, however, BeyondMidnight: Asunder (House of Crimson & Clover #3.5) is not one of them. Fans of the series will undoubtedly love this addition to the storyline. The plot is well paced and the characters are well developed. For those readers who are not familiar with Sarah Cradit’s series, this one will make you want to bump it to the top of your TBR list.
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