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Selene Ravenwood, once the heir to House Ravenwood, is now an exile. On the run and free of her family’s destiny, Selene hopes to find the real reason her family was given the gift of dreamwalking. But first she must adapt to her new life as wife to Lord Damien Maris, the man she was originally assigned to kill.
While adjusting to her marriage and her home in the north, her power over dreams begins to grow. As the strongest dreamwalker to exist in ages, her expanding power attracts not only nightmares but the attention of the Dark Lady herself.
With a war looming on the horizon and a wicked being after her gift, Selene is faced with a choice: embrace the Dark Lady’s offer, or search out the one who gave her the gift of dreamwalking. One path offers power, the other offers freedom. But time is running out, and soon her choice will be made for her.
After reading Mark of the Raven (which I loved and gave 5 stars to) I had to immediately dive into Flight of the Raven.
Fantasy is one of my least read genres and I’m always a little bit nervous too read books in the genre because I’m afraid they’ll be too “off the wall” for my tastes. This series is perfect for those who are new to fantasy because it definitely has fantasy elements (magical powers, shape shifting) but it doesn’t stretch the reader’s imagination too much (which I liked).
The different houses and castles were very fun to read about and at times the story reminded me of some of my favorite historical fiction books about royal families. This book focuses a lot on the relationship between the two main characters. I loved seeing them get to know each other and learn about each other and found the romance very sweet.
The faith content in the story is subtle but also strong, depending on whether or not you’re looking for it. I personally loved the references to The Light and enjoyed seeing one of the characters seek to learn more about the Light.
Overall, this book was excellent. It definitely left me excited to read the conclusion to this trilogy.
I received this book to review from the publisher/author. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Other Books in the Series
Lady Selene is the heir to the Great House of Ravenwood and the secret family gift of dreamwalking. As a dreamwalker, she can enter a person’s dreams and manipulate their greatest fears or desires. For the last hundred years, the Ravenwood women have used their gift of dreaming for hire to gather information or to assassinate.
As she discovers her family’s dark secret, Selene is torn between upholding her family’s legacy–a legacy that supports her people–or seeking the true reason behind her family’s gift.
Her dilemma comes to a head when she is tasked with assassinating the one man who can bring peace to the nations, but who will also bring about the downfall of her own house.
One path holds glory and power, and will solidify her position as Lady of Ravenwood. The other path holds shame and execution. Which will she choose? And is she willing to pay the price for the path chosen?
About the Author
Morgan L. Busse is a writer by day and a mother by night. She is the author of the Follower of the Word series and the steampunk series The Soul Chronicles. She is a Christy and INSPY Award finalist and won the Carol Award in 2018 for best in Christian speculative fiction. During her spare time she enjoys playing games, taking long walks, and dreaming about her next novel.
– 1 winner will receive print copies of Mark of the Raven, Flight of the Raven, and a $20 Amazon gift card
– 2 winner winners will receive print copies of Mark of the Raven and Flight of the Raven
– US only
– Ends June 7, 2019
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