Genres: Fantasy, Romance
Format: eBook, Paperback
Crown of Embers
Crown of Embers is the third installment in the Chosen series by Meg Anne . It contains adult content and themes. If you have not read the first and second book; Respectfully, Mother of Shadows and Reign of Ash make sure to read it before Crown of Embers so you are not stumbling along trying to figure out what happened before. These books are in a series and are not standalone novels.
“If it’s a war she wants, I’ll damn well give her one.”
Kiri Helena Solene may have gotten her Mate back, but that was just the beginning. The battle lines have been drawn and her nemesis (Rowena) has already struck the first blow.
Surrounded by her Circle, Helena’s power continues to grow. However, this time power alone will not be enough. To save the Chosen Helena must seek out the Forsaken to forge new alliances with those long forgotten by her kind.
But will they be friend or foe? After centuries of neglect is it too late to mend the wounds of time?
“The Circle must be broken.”
Rowena will stop at nothing to prove that Elysia and the Chosen are hers. With Elysia on the brink of destruction, it’s time for all of the Chosen to remember who, and what, they are.
Their fate depends on it.
My Opinion: If you’ve been following my reviews for awhile, you’ll know that this series is just one of my guilty pleasures. I adore Helena, Von, Ronan and the rest of the Circle and other supporting characters. I am always looking to read more of their story. This installment did not disappoint! Each one of Meg Anne’s books should have more than a 5 star rating. I truly love this series, its characters and world. The next book cannot come soon enough!
All of that said, if you’ve read the first two books in the series, you’ll know that each ended with pretty big cliffhangers, and I’m so glad Crown of Embers one only had a small one-ish. I’ll let you be the judge of that one, you’ll have to let me know what you think of the book in the comments below.
Make sure to check out the other 2 reviews I did of Mother of Shadows and Reign of Ash.