The story is much better in the later books.
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎
Character development: 👩🏻🧔🏻🧑🏻🦰👱🏻♂️
The heroine: Morgan – as she graduates college, she gets a scholarship to graduate school in New York for her writing. Morgan is writing a book about a girl whose best friends are five ravens whom she can talk to.
The Hero(es): Dylan – the historian and the sentinel, he stands guard over the group.
Bunny – the painter, he paints the future. He can also paint runes on Morgan’s body which protect her.
Clinton – the musician, he is a huge guy and trains Morgan to fight as well.
Sam – the photographer, his pictures show the world as it will be not as it is.
Damien – the craftsmen, he crafts a magical sword for Morgan.
The Story: Morgan moves to New York and learns that she will be living in a mansion with 5 super hot guys. She soon learns the reasons behind her strange childhood and that her book is about her and the guys. She has a dark goddess inside her called the Morrigan.
The Morrigan was once betrayed by a man and vowed vengeance and became the goddess of war and destruction. Morgan and the guys are fighting the darkness that is brought by the Morrigan. I don’t want to go into the story too much but to say that I wasn’t really liking it all that much at the beginning.
The story seemed to be nothing but a way to bring together this girl and her harem and to be a way to justify a reverse harem smut fest. However, the story got much better as it went along and was more about the fight between good and evil.
As for the narration, it was done by Keira Stevens and Troy Duran. Kiera has a great voice for a young woman and I have enjoyed all the books with her so far. Troy Duran is perfect for the Heroes. I absolutely love his smooth deep voice. I plan to put just about every romance that he narrates on my wishlist. His voice is narration perfection!
One thing was pretty cool about this book. The last book of the series was published in 2018, but the world with the plague in this book that was spread by the Morrigan was eerily similar to the real world with Covid19.
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