Iron Bound

Iron Bound

by Emma L. Adams

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Overview

Raine Warren, unwilling heir to the Whitefall family of the Winter Court, might have lived long enough to claim the magic she inherited, but there are others who'd like to make sure she can never use it again.With the Summer Court dangerously close to discovering her deadly secret, her only option to avoid a trial for murder is to ally with the same family who nearly killed her. Her task: find out how her all-powerful faerie mother met her mysterious death, or forfeit her life.Even with the help of her best friend, Viola, and a certain unreliable thief, her quest seems insurmountable. As the borderlands are threatened by a dark force, Raine finds herself caught up in a conspiracy that puts her and the people she loves in the centre of a confrontation between Faerie and their deadliest enemy. If she lives long enough to learn the truth, exile and death are the least of her worries.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781976025082
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/03/2017
Series: The Thief's Talisman , #2
Pages: 246
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.56(d)

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Iron Bound 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
BookwormforKids More than 1 year ago
A fantastic world to get lost in with a heroine worthy to cheer for until the very last page. Raine is finally getting accustom to her new position as Sidhe over her own realm/kingdom in faerie and is doing the best she can to balance it with her life in the mortal world. But nothing in faerie is easy or quiet for long. With the death of another Sidhe hanging over her head, Raine is forced to discover the reason behind her mother's death. The secrets she uncovers are more dangerous than anyone in Faerie could have suspected. This is the second book in the series and cannot be read alone. Although not extremely necessary, it is helpful to have read The Changeling Chronicles by Emma Adams first, since more and more of this new series finds its base in this first series (which btw, is an action packed series I thoroughly enjoyed and can highly recommend). Raine is more comfortable in her own skin in this book and has a mature attitude which makes her set for the challenge. She can be a bit arrogant, but every character has their flaws. She heads into danger with a some planning but adapts to situations quickly. In this book, there's a wonderful yet very subtle battle between the coldness that the life as a Sidhe requires her to be and the warmth of kindness found in her human half. Her friendships are tested and even a possible romance teeters on the edge. But this isn't a book about emotion as much as it is about action, intrigue and battling evil faeries. Raine is a fighter through and through, and what she misses in strength in ability, she compensates with attitude, luck and a bit of cleverness. Although this book moved a bit slower at times than the first one, it by no means leaves even a smidgen of time for boredom. Faerie is packed full of dangers and deception, and this fast-paced plot keeps Raine on her toes. The ending is a cliff-hanger, promising more great adventure to come. However, this time, it makes a clear swing toward the main character of another of the author's series. While this is exciting (because I personally loved this other character), it does make it harder for anyone unfamiliar with the Changeling Chronicles to follow the flow. But I'm very curious to see where the tale goes from here and can't wait for the next book to come out. . .which shouldn't take too long, from what I understand. I received a complimentary copy and found this book so fun to read that I wanted to leave my honest thoughts.
BookwormforKids More than 1 year ago
A fantastic world to get lost in with a heroine worthy to cheer for until the very last page. Raine is finally getting accustom to her new position as Sidhe over her own realm/kingdom in faerie and is doing the best she can to balance it with her life in the mortal world. But nothing in faerie is easy or quiet for long. With the death of another Sidhe hanging over her head, Raine is forced to discover the reason behind her mother's death. The secrets she uncovers are more dangerous than anyone in Faerie could have suspected. This is the second book in the series and cannot be read alone. Although not extremely necessary, it is helpful to have read The Changeling Chronicles by Emma Adams first, since more and more of this new series finds its base in this first series (which btw, is an action packed series I thoroughly enjoyed and can highly recommend). Raine is more comfortable in her own skin in this book and has a mature attitude which makes her set for the challenge. She can be a bit arrogant, but every character has their flaws. She heads into danger with a some planning but adapts to situations quickly. In this book, there's a wonderful yet very subtle battle between the coldness that the life as a Sidhe requires her to be and the warmth of kindness found in her human half. Her friendships are tested and even a possible romance teeters on the edge. But this isn't a book about emotion as much as it is about action, intrigue and battling evil faeries. Raine is a fighter through and through, and what she misses in strength in ability, she compensates with attitude, luck and a bit of cleverness. Although this book moved a bit slower at times than the first one, it by no means leaves even a smidgen of time for boredom. Faerie is packed full of dangers and deception, and this fast-paced plot keeps Raine on her toes. The ending is a cliff-hanger, promising more great adventure to come. However, this time, it makes a clear swing toward the main character of another of the author's series. While this is exciting (because I personally loved this other character), it does make it harder for anyone unfamiliar with the Changeling Chronicles to follow the flow. But I'm very curious to see where the tale goes from here and can't wait for the next book to come out. . .which shouldn't take too long, from what I understand. I received a complimentary copy and found this book so fun to read that I wanted to leave my honest thoughts.