This is the third book in the Four Horseman series and it did not disappoint. The story of Uriel and Veronica had some really interesting twists and turns as they found their way to each other. I really enjoyed following them on the journey. As for this series, each new story adds more pieces to the puzzle of what Dante is looking for. I am anxiously awaiting the next book in the series so that I can, hopefully, find the answer. I am never disappointed with a C.A. King novel and I do not think you will be either. I do recommend this book.
Hitting The High Note (A Four Horsemen Novel Book 3) by C. A. King
Hitting The High Note (A Four Horsemen Novel Book 3) by C. A. King was an excellent addition to the series. It can be read as a standalone and provides enough detail for readers who have not read the first two books to prevent confusion. As seen with the other two novels, the author begins the book with a brief history of what led to the current issue with the keys from past events. This book focuses on Uriel, Veronica, and Bekka and their role in the main story searching for the keys. Uriel is portrayed as a hunky red headed cowboy while Veronica and Bekka look very similar to each other. Only one of them is the key though. This story was fascinating and very different from the first to books. I loved the change and enjoyed that the story still easily flowed from page one to the end. The characters were also easy to relate to and at times frustrating. This story carried me away and I read it in one sitting. I highly recommend this book and the series and can’t wait to see what the next book has in store.
Hitting the High Note ( A four Horsemen Novel Book 3) By C.A. King
This is the third book in the series and I have been eager to read it. The fight continues and the search for the key aka their mates continues. I really like how the author writes her take on the four horsemen of the apocalypse. The take that they are good is very unique.
This book is Uriel’s story and I really like how the author does not make it obvious and throws in little twists. I really like how the romance is underlying in this story and that there is just enough drama and a bit of mystery thrown in. I like how this story was not so straight forward and had a bit of twist. I really look forward to reading the next and finale book in this series and more from this author.
Hitting the High Note is the third book in the Four Horsemen series. Read the previous books in order to get a good grasp on the story thus far.
I enjoyed this story so much. I can totally relate to the part of Bekka that, in her words, “shouldn’t be allowed in public.” I’ve said that about myself so many times. Up until now, we haven’t heard much from Uriel, so it was good to see what he’s really like. Who doesn’t like a man who can use a lasso???
Be prepared for some interesting twists. Everything may not be what it seems.
As with the previous books, the story held my attention and I read it all in one night. I appreciate the thought that went into creating the unique aspects of the powers and the creation myth.
I highly recommend this series. I’m looking forward to the next book so I can find out how it all ends!
Hitting the High Note is the third novel in the the Four Horsemen series. This is my fourth novel by this author.
After seeing an ad in the newspaper, Bella’s curiosity gets the best of her. Living a life locked away and keeping to herself but did she get more than she bargained for?
Uriel is one of the Four Horsemen along with his siblings keeping the Gates of Hell closed.!
Reading this only made me want the next book more.
I loved Uriel’s humor. Hopefully we see him again. .
This second installment of the Four Horseman novels was worth waiting for. As we meet the main character Ryder, he really touches the heart as the reader is given glimpses into the hardships he endured in his life. Once he meets Gabrielle, seeing the struggles they go through just to find happiness in the end made this book a very interesting read I look forward to future books in this series not only to find out how it ends, but to see all four horseman find love.
Drawing Strength From Words by CA King was a fun read. I would give this book a four out of five stars. This is the second book in the series. I love Gabby! She is a fun character to read just because of how disconnected she is from the current time. She doesn’t let that stop her though, her competitive nature and need to prove herself is so relatable. I loved the air of mystery and being able to put the plot together as I go.
A great read about music. Bekka just wants to run her music shop and dreams of playing in an orchestra. Her plans are always put on hold and are disrupted by a series of robberies and a strange man dressed as a cowboy. As events unravel, she finds herself centre stage. Does music have a magic of its own?
A great read. Well developed plot with twists and turns. Well developed characters like Uriel the jester but vulnerable underneath or Bekka standing up for herself but anxious underneath.
I loved the visual detial throughout the novel like with the shop with the glass and sheet music fluttering on the wind, making destruction beautiful. Or the scenes in the gala with the colourful dresses and music full of colour and sound that was so vivid it’s as if you’re actually there.
I liked how it was Uriel’s story, switching the focus to another horseman for this book. The switch of perspectives worked well to display both sides of the story and was easy to follow with names in chapter titles. I also liked how the artefact was something different from the usual chalice or spear usually found in these kinds of books made it fresh and exciting. The only issue I would raise is that it felt unclear why Uriel was dressed as a cowboy as it felt unnecessary. Fast paced action and high stakes in a fantasy story made for a captivating read. Overall a great read and I would give it four stars.
Hitting the High Note is the third book in C.A. King’s A Four Horseman Novel. I cannot say enough about the series. C. A. King is one of my favorite authors and she does not disappoint with Hitting the High Note. I would highly recommend reading the first two books. That would give you insight to the series. The characters are fully developed and could see them in the real world, to a point. In this book, Uriel is tasked with not letting the gates of hell open. Uriel cannot imagine how hard this task may actually be. There are twists and turns around every bend. I hope you enjoy this story. I can only hope that Uriel will keep the gate of hell closed.
Drawing Strength From Words is the second novel in the Four Horsemen series by C. A. King. This is my third novel by this author.
Being one of the Horseman is a thankless job for Gabrielle especially when she is portrayed as some sort of brute in history. Begrudgingly she takes a back seat to her brothers, causing her heart to have a shield around it.
Ryder has been moving since his parents were killed, putting through the systems and on the side of the law for crimes he did not do. While he has never felt an attraction to someone before, becomes of the life he leads, that changes when he is thrown in the path of a mysterious beauty.
I wasn’t sure what to make of this novel because it had been a while since I read this series and was a little confused. But the plot pulled me in really quick.
Ryder was an interesting character with a background and history I wasn’t sure how I would be if I was in his shoes. Gabrielle was a strong and fierce woman. I would think she would be considering she has so many brothers. The dynamics and bitterness she had held creating even more of a suspenseful air about her. Wanting to know more about her.
I really enjoyed this story and I am looking forward to the next book. I wonder whose story are we going to read about next.