Decision Maker (Anniversary of the Veil, Book Two) is the second volume in the Anniversary of the Veil fantasy series. It concludes the story started in Protector(Anniversary of the Veil, Book One), but can also be considered a standalone book that you can read at any time. Though it is enhanced by both Book One and the upcoming Book Three.
Kae, a warrior Protector, has followed Princess Issa across the Veil separating two worlds. They were told Issa will be a key player at the Anniversary of the Veil, but have been mislead! Kae will have to make a terrible choice when the Anniversary finally comes. He is the Decision Maker and will have to play a part in a ceremony that will join Issa's Life Force with her Other Half - but in so doing, it could leave her senseless or worse, dead.
As the King fights to find his daughter, as the Priesthood is falling apart; Kae has to decide if he will kidnap the Princess to stop her Joining and force her into a life of unhappiness, or if he will allow her to Join and thereby leave her a mere shell of herself. Meanwhile friends and foes alike are showing only half-truths to both Kae and Issa. They must make the most important decision of a lifetime without enough knowledge. How can they know it will be the right one?
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I had small break after reading the first but the second wasn't difficult to get into at all. Actually by the end of the prologue I was hooked again. Now that I know who Issa and Kae truly are, their story becomes all the more addicting, and I need to know the conclusion. I found this one more enjoyable than the first, I'm not sure whether it's because I understand the terminology, world and magic system better or if it just displays a faster pace. The only negative thing I can think to say (at the moment) is that I wished the books had more description. One thing the fantasy genre truly does really well, and that other genres lack, is the description. This might contribute to why I feel this is more a romance than anything.