Hello friends! Today I have my review of Into the Mists, by Skye MacKinnon, and Laura Greenwood.
Into the Mists is the second novel in the Seven Wardens series.
Trigger / Content Warnings: Sex, Kidnapping, Attempted Murder
A kelpie, an incubus and two wraiths walk into a bar…
Things were going so well until Macey got kidnapped. Again. Except this time, the kidnapper knows exactly why he has her, and none of his plans are good news.
She could wait for her men to save her, but then again, she’s not the kind of Princess who needs a Prince to save the day.
A reverse harem (still) drenched in Scottish mythology. Book 2 in the Seven Wardens series.
From GoodReads [x]:
“REVERSE HAREM” IS, LITERALLY, THE OPPOSITE OF “HAREM”, WITH A GROUP OF MALES CENTERING ROUND A SINGULAR FEMALE, USUALLY WITH THREE OR MORE MALES. QUITE OFTEN FOUND UNDER THE ROMANCE GENRE.
Much like the first novel in the Seven Wardens series (From the Deeps), I didn’t know what to expect for Into the Mists. However, I knew with how From the Deeps ended, there was a chance for the start of Into the Mists to be wild. I expected a rollercoaster effect of wildness. Instead, the beginning was….mild, in comparison.
From start to finish, Into the Mists is one big adventure. I mean, from the start of this second novel, there seems to be no rest for Macey and her guys. The story is go-go-go. In fact, there was so much plot that was revealed in this second novel that I couldn’t put down the book. I legitimately have no notes on what happens. It’s been a while since I’ve read Into the Mists, so everything has blurred together.
All I remember is that there’s a lot of adventure that the Wardens go on. There’s also truths that were revealed—-which were beyond shocking. I’m very glad that there were bits and pieces of this novel that surprised me. However, Macey and the reader don’t get an answer to that particular truth that was revealed. I’m guessing that this Truth will be answered and talked about in the third book.
I read From the Deeps, and Into the Mists, back to back. A lot of the story has merged into one big blur. That will not stop me from reading the next books. I’m too invested in the characters and story to give up now!
Into the Mists was somehow even better than From the Deeps. I’m glad that I bought the Omnibus books #1-4.
I give Into the Mists, 4 stars.
Have you read the Seven Wardens series? What did you think of it?
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