The Test - A Reverse Harem Prequel (Rise of the Ash Gods)

The Test - A Reverse Harem Prequel (Rise of the Ash Gods)

by Cara Wylde

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BN ID: 2940156253791
Publisher: Cara Wylde
Publication date: 01/25/2019
Series: Rise of the Ash Gods
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 18,003
File size: 1 MB

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The Test - A Reverse Harem Prequel (Rise of the Ash Gods) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Michelle_V 14 days ago
Valentina is a witch who has to pass a test to become a Keeper of the Spades and a member of her coven. In this short novella we meet Val and the rest of the main characters. This is a fantastic prequel to the Rise of the Ash Gods series and I look forward to reading more.
PatriciaHoffstaetter 15 days ago
This prequel is a splendid start to the new reverse harem series “Rise of the Ash Gods” it has an intriguing well-written plot with interesting characters. There is: a young female witch (Valentina) hoping for a guardian position, some twists & turns, intrigue, family issues, friendship, tests, various gods, anger, self-doubt, determination, astral projection, confusion, verbal conflict, warnings, surprises & a tantalizing glimpse of the next book in the series. This prequel was an enjoyable read & I am waiting with great anticipation for the next book in the series.
Crys9812 15 days ago
This is a interesting prequel and makes me really look forward to the series. Valentina De Rossi has been studying her whole life with plans on becoming the High Keeper and now it is time to take the next step towards that with her test to become a Keeper. I look forward to reading the next book and following her journey.
ScaroletEllis 15 days ago
The Test - A Reverse Harem Prequel by Cara Wylde is a wonderful story that I read. I fell in love with this stor cause it has witches in it and I love reading about witches. I highly recommedn this story to everyone who loves reading about witches as much as I do. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Casper56 16 days ago
Loved this prequel! Fast paced and exciting read about a young woman, Valentina De Rossi, determined to prove herself, and using any means necessary to become an apprentice Keeper by passing The Test. Fantastic book! I am voluntarily leaving an honest and nonincentivized review of this ARC.
EmilyP23 16 days ago
Valentina De Rossi is a witch, at the moment frustrated while studying. She tosses her book to the floor once again, picks it up to return it to her desk, then takes deep breaths to calm down. This test tomorrow was vitally important. If she passed, she would become a Keeper. Valentina came from a long line of witches and Keepers of the Spades, born to protect the mysteries of the Tarot. She could not let her family down. But to a person for whom predictability is essential, the random approach to studying for this test was driving her crazy! As the test began, Val felt as if she floated out of her physical body. She rose, went through the ceiling, and saw mountains which she decided to float to. She had used one of her mother’s prohibited floating spells in secret, so she was familiar with guiding her flight. Only this time, she began to fall downward through the ground and to the center of the Earth. She was out of control. She hovered above what looked like grass, and 3 golden drops fell on her. She grabbed something sharp as she fell but didn’t get cut. It was a sword she had grabbed, and she remembered that the golden drops were ‘yods’. She seemed to be inside the scene shown on the Ace of Swords, but the crown was nowhere to be seen. She couldn’t answer the question of the first card, the Ace. To get to the King, she would have to pass the tests of each of the thirteen cards before it. If she didn’t answer the Ace’s question “Who is she?” then the Head Keeper would remove her from the trance and she would fail the test. The voice in her head gave her the name ‘Ravenna’, she said it, and began to fall again. Each test of the card seemed to bring pain and confusion. But without passing whatever the test was, she could not proceed through to the next one. She would fail. The tests were not necessarily demanding logic – it seemed mostly to be her gut reaction to how she should proceed. And as she went with her feelings, doors and alternatives seemed to open up. Perhaps that was what this test was for? To learn to rely on your instincts and trust them to lead you to safety? She had to make a decision now or she would fall unconscious and perhaps not survive this time and who knows where she will end up or who she might meet! I felt like I was at such a disadvantage not knowing anything about Tarot cards. I had to Google each one to see the pictures on the cards and learn a little more about them. But this was a fascinating prequel, taking us on a journey by means of Val’s test to understand what’s going on. I would definitely recommend reading this prequel before you venture into the actual series. I think it sets some valuable groundwork for the reader. Enjoy!