Par - Jennifer L. Armentrout

Du sang et de la cendre had totally all that I like in a fantasy book, enveloped with the most beautiful cover. There are no words to portray exactly that how much I am eager to writing this review at the present time. fantasy is my untouched most loved kind of book and I could consider nothing in a way that is better than my number one writer composing a fantasy novel. Du sang et de la cendre is in a word… flawlessness!

Poppy, the Maiden, experience a solitary life away from society, standing by to fulfil a destiny that is never been completely disclosed to her. Enter Hawke, a Royal Guard obligation promised to protect her. Fate and obligation before long become gone head to head with want and need. What’s more, not all in Poppy’s reality is as it seems…

Poppy is a solid and loveable primary character, with so much of passion, who isn’t afraid to push contrary to the standards that attempt to control her. Hawke is hot, baffling and gracious so-swoonworthy however what’s surprisingly better is his attitude towards Poppy. He never attempts to subvert or infant her. He grasps her solidarity and encourages her to develop. He generally gives her choice, something that is exceptionally symbolic, particularly when she doesn’t have one in every other aspect of life. The connection among Poppy and Hawke is raw and hot and leaves you having an inclination that you are the one consuming. This book is unquestionably spicy, in the most ideal way!

I adored everything about this book. The world, the set of experiences, the wizardry, the twist and turns and the sentiment. From Blood and Ash takes you on a serious journey and you are left toward the end asking for additional. This book has the absolute best, multi-dimensional characters that I have ever read. I cherished every snapshot of Poppy and Hawke’s perplexing relationship and the journey that they experience all through this book. The two of them experience personal journey all through this novel and grow so much as individuals. It has been a long, long time since I have felt to re-read a book following completing the process of reading however I did with this one. The second I read the last page, I simply needed to begin it all once more.

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