Review: Born of Fury
I am such a huge fan of The League series – it appeals to both my love of a good science fiction story, as well as my softness toward a good romance with a happily ever after. This story has both. It was good to finally read Dancer Hauk’s story, and Sumi is a great match for this fierce warrior. I really enjoyed the in-depth look in Andarion culture as well. It explains a lot. I don’t mind the pages spent on backstory – it is nice for a fan to revisit, and good for someone who hasn’t read all of the previous stories. Kenyon has such a way with dialogue that you often feel as if you are in the room with the characters and a part of their witty rapport. I so enjoy that! And I really love reading about how the various characters and their families are growing and changing. It’s like being smack dab in the middle of a family reunion.
I am looking forward to more stories in the series. I would love to know all of Bastien’s story, and I am ever hopeful for a happily ever after for Fain.