Kat’s Conundrum (Raven and Hummingbird Book 3) by Nikki Broadwell – Review by Jennifer Gordon

Kat's Conundrum (Raven and Hummingbird Book 3)Kat’s Conundrum by Nikki Broadwell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this fantasy novel by Nikki Broadwell, it is book three in Broadwell’s, ‘Raven and Hummingbird’ series and it continues Katel’s (Kat) adventures. Kat is Dagda‘s daughter from book two and I would personally recommend reading these books in order to really get to know the characters and their backstory and to fully enjoy the series. Having read and enjoyed the previous books in this series I was excited to read this one and I found it to be as captivating a story as the previous stories.
Kat’s life is out of control, the god she is in love with, Bran has not returned from the Otherworld and Kat is surrounded by chaos with Earth in the clutches of unseen forces. She takes a drink from the cauldron of wisdom and inspiration but even that does not help and Kat finds her ability to effect change is lost. Kat’s memories are then stolen and the Fae world is willing to help her but can she trust them or will she lose touch with who she really is. Kat’s destiny lies in the balance.
I could not turn the pages quick enough whilst reading this story as it was fast paced, full of adventure and had great characters. I liked Kat as a character in the previous book and I fell in love with her even more in this novel as she is a great strong female heroine and I found myself caring about her fate and so felt invested in the story. The storyline really swept me along and I was immersed in Broadwell’s magical world of gods, goddesses and magic. I found this to be a five star read and I thoroughly recommend this book.

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