Wings of Arian by Devri Walls
I started reading this book in part, because of my enjoyment of the last book with a lovely man’s bare back on it. Figured, where could I go wrong?
The story could use at least one or two more rounds of edits. My main thought as I worked through it was ‘This isn’t a GOOD book, not bad… But not good.’ I don’t want you to think this book isn’t worth reading, as I finished it and sought it out to know where it was going next.
The premise is good. A world without evil that’s long fought against a darkness seeks out the two people that could change it all.
I haven’t picked up book two yet, but then I’m broke and haven’t saved up enough for it. But, its in my folder of ‘To Be Continued’, so I’ll grab it when I can.
The story, like Tristan’s, gets 3.5 stars outta 5.