Book Review: The Prophecy (Secrets of Shadow Hill) S. P. Cervantes

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I reviewed the first book in this series last week.  I liked it so much that I asked the author to send me the second book.  I am now anxiously awaiting the third..

Ava Fox has spent the past year acclimating to her new life as a wizard of Shadow Hill. Over the past year, her connection with Dalton has only grown stronger. They share a bond she has never known before and can’t explain. 

The danger is still there, even after the Sabatino coven was defeated, and Ava’s future is anything but sure. Her powerful relationship with Dalton continues to make others wonder about the Prophecy, and their place in it. Time and again Ava’s loyalty and strength will be put to the test as she fights for those she loves. 

There are many more secrets of Shadow Hill that will be revealed.

No sophomore slump here, this book was as good as the first.

Again, I loved reading about the magic of Ava and Dalton, how they have grown as a couple.  But like the first book, there are other wizards out there that do not use their magic “for the greater good” and want to use Ava’s power themselves.

I loved reading about other covens around the world, their powers, their people.

And again, the love triangle is front and center.  This one has the added bonus of being written from three different points of view.  Not too many authors can pull that off with each character sounding distinct from the others, but Ms. Cervantes does it very well.

Much more thrilling that the first one, much more development of Ava as a character.

Again, very YA.

Overall, I very much enjoyed this installment.  looking forward to the next.

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