His existence would mean nothing without her.
**New Adult Fantasy Novella**
**Novella (17k words) between book #2 and #3, told on Micah's POV**
- Juliana Haygert
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Cup of Life based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Absolutely wonderful! Cup of Life was a fantastic novella, featuring the POV of the swoon-worthy Micah. It was just lovely and it has me very excited for the next book in the series. Loved it! I already adored Micah, but seeing inside his head made me adore him even more. He was so sweet and so clearly devoted to Nadine. He was so perfect and I absolutely loved him. This novella was a great segue to book 3. It set up another part of the conflict and gave a hint of what's coming up next. It definitely raised the stakes. I really enjoyed the story and the ending has me anxious to get my hands on book 3. Cup of Life was a wonderful novella. Fans of this series, you will love this short read, because it was just perfect. *I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review
Cup of Life is told completely from Micah/Mitrus's pont of view. When I first found out about this book I did a giddy little happy dance. Okay, so I was at work at the time, but I definitely did that giddy little happy dance in my head. Even thought Micah is my favorite, sometimes I still wondered what was going on in his head. This book gave me that, and I love him that much more now. Being a novella, this book was obviously pretty short, but it gave me to understand a Micah behind the scenes of how he outwardly appears to Nadine. My only question is why didn't he tell Nadine where he was going? She may not have wanted him to go, but at least she would have known. Hmm. Cup of Life has me pumped! I'm ready for book three!! Cup of Life by Juliana Haygert was provided to me by the author for review. The opinions are my own.
Disclosure: I have not read this series so I cannot say how well it fits or expands on it. Cup of Life was a short and quick story of Micah's love for Nadine. Throughout the story there are many ways that we can see just how much Micah loves her and what lengths he would go to in order to keep her by his side forever. The flashbacks, while normally annoying to me, were done beautifully - in a way that they became more than just another look at the past. They actually seemed to expand upon it and enhance the emotions of it. Even by itself, this was a great story. I imagine that to readers that have grown to love these characters throughout the story would love it even more. *This book was received in exchange for an honest review*
I love Micah! From the very beginning of the series, he is who I wanted Nadine to be with. Well, maybe not the VERY first, I had to figure out he wasn't the bad guy first, but then, I was all for him over Victor. I love the dark haired guys best, especially the cocky ones with tattoos. Micah is just perfect! I have to admit, I was a little frustrated with Micah in the second book because it doesn't seem in his nature to not go for what he wants...to be upfront about how he feels about something or someone. I was thrilled to find there was a book written from his point of view, and more so to find that the book followed up to Soul Oath instead of being a part of that book from a different point of view. Cup of Life really let me see Micah and understand a little about him and why he isn't acting the way I thought he would when it comes to Nadine. I really enjoyed the story, even if I wished it were longer. I can't wait for the last book in the series.