Hope’s Deceit (The Fated Series) by Angel McPherson – Review by Sarah Oakes

Hope's Deceit (The Fated #2)Hope’s Deceit by Angela McPherson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A great read about expectations.
After the events of the previous novel, Trinity has to prove to the Watchers that she can fulfil her destiny while worrying if Blain will succumb to the darkness. At the same time Melia sends armies of Rogues to attack Trinity and her friends. Can she fulfil her destiny and restore the balance?
A great read. Well developed plot with twists and turns. A great example of building upon a sequel with new developed characters like Anna as bold and brave but kind underneath or Becky as a fun new friend.
I also loved the mix of realism with school and fantasy of the watchers and magic which was combined beautifully done. Along with fast paced action with high stakes and gripping fight action scenes for a captivating read.
I loved the visual detail throughout the novel in the natural imagery with the grass lake outside the cabin as a source of calm Or the magical sense of the moon over the battle later on in the awe and majesty of nature. And the use of colour with Watchers powers and light and dark vivid and beautiful. Overall, a great read about and I would give it five stars.

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