Thursday, October 14, 2021

Review: Heartless Heirs by:MarcyKate Connolly

 Heartless Heirs (Twin Daggers, #2)

**Disclosure**This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

About the Book:

Now torn between two worlds, Aissa must decide who she can trust. Especially when it comes to her twin.

Now without a home and on the run, Aissa has never felt so trapped and alone even with her sister and friend by her side. Zandria—once her other half—has become cold and inflexible after her time in the Technocrat’s dungeon and is bent on revenge Aissa no longer feels. Their friend Remy may still side with his father, a Magi leader who refuses to believe his spy, Darian Azul, has turned traitor. And Aissa herself is now an enemy of her Magi people after falling in love with—and binding her heart to—Aro, a Techno prince who puts all their lives at stake.

Using clues her parents and others left behind, Aissa is determined to uncover the secrets of the Alchemist Alliance that helped create her and Zandria’s unique magical powers … as well as learn whether the Alliance’s research holds the key to healing the rift between the Magi and Technocrats after centuries of war. But with her people preparing for battle, and Darian poised to use the Technocrats’ might for his own ends, it will take more than lost spells and hidden secrets to accomplish her goal. Especially as the dangerous bond between her Aro grows deeper and threatens everything Aissa has ever believed.

My Review:

 Well this book and author along with the series was all new to me. I had never read the proceeding book in the series and was a little lost in the beginning but soon that changed. The full depth of each character finally emerged and it was clear this book was going to have me on the edge until the end. 

 I instantly fell in love Aissa and her no nonsense attitude. The characters are really well developed and defined and they are easy to follow and keep up with. If there is another addition to the series, I am intrigued.

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