I received this book for free for a Blog Tour in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Kaelia Falling by Gina Dickerson
Also by this author: Kaelia Awakening, Underleaf, The Pennington Christmas Curse, Evil Rising
Series: Mortiswood Tales #2
Also in this series: Kaelia Awakening, Evil Rising
Published by Self-Published on 2nd March 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Fairytale, Fantasy, Fiction, Love & Romance, Magic
Source: for a Blog Tour
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Losing those she loves and learning she’s The Chosen One catapulted Kaelia’s life into the fast lane. Having battled Dybbuk demons, discovered an unexpected ally in the form of a Vallesm, and ventured through Niflheim, her adventure is far from over.
Determined to fulfil her destiny as the one who will destroy The Salloki, Kaelia still has many obstacles to overcome. As secrets rise to the surface and Kaelia’s powers continue to evolve, she is not the only one fighting a battle…
Can Calix find a Rosealrium bloom in time to stop Cadence’s transformation? What exactly is the truth behind Bran’s connection to the goddess Hel? And will Kaelia finally uncover what happened to her mother?
One thing is certain, Kaelia is not the only one who is evolving…
Thank you to Jenny for letting me take part in this tour. I absolutely loved the first book and I have read 2 of Gina’s other books which I really enjoyed. There is something about Gina’s writing that I just love. You get sucked in from the very first sentence and even with the last you can’t bare to drag yourself away.
This book continues exactly where the first one ended. Kaelia must continue her journey and defeat the Salloki .
Kaelia is stronger and continues to grow throughout the book. Kaelia is well on her way to unlocking her full potential.
I love the Vallesm Castle I was not expecting the discovery that happens there.
This book allows you to see what happened to Bran and how that affected his actions. Not only with his daughter but with his childhood too. It really messed him up.
I loved the ending of this book and it has me on the edge of my seat waiting for the next installment. I cannot give this series enough praise.
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