Review: The Ballad Of Aramei
Title: The Ballad Of Aramei
“Everything about Adria Dawson’s life has changed in unimaginable ways: the shattering betrayal of her mother, the fight for her life and sanity…the loss of her humanity. But now Adria must face the ultimate challenge and risk not only her life, but the lives of everyone she loves at the wrathful hands of Isaac Mayfair’s father.
Determined to help unravel a mysterious message deeply rooted in an unhinged mind, Adria becomes obsessed with traveling into Aramei’s turbulent past to see the truth of how the relationships and betrayals between the Mayfair and Vargas bloodlines were formed.
Meanwhile, Adria and the Mayfairs are doing everything they can to smoke out and trap the Praverian traitor. A trip to Providence uncovers not only an old family line who are enemies of the Praverians, but also raises questions about the Praverian’s true agenda.
But the traitor will be caught. People will die. And Adria’s destiny to be the cause of a war will come to pass. But what could a kind and simple girl like Adria Dawson ever do that could be considered an act of war? The landscape of the werewolf world will be forever changed in the climactic conclusion to The Darkwoods Trilogy.”
The love interest worked out like I thought it would with a nice ending. It would have been nice to see a little more glimpse of their future, but I like that it did end on happy note.The book is filled with so much battle and grand decisions, it nice to have it end lovingly.
The Ballad Of Aramei is great ending to awesome series! One of the strongest stories out there, The Ballad Of Aramei is a well made, entertaining drama that you can not contain. It’s awesome, fantastic and sooo good!
I give it 5 BITES!