It this second half of Lord of the White Hell we see the completion of Kiram and Javier’s story as they learn to understand and control the “White Hell” and face its consequences. The book picks up directly where the last book left off and the action begins at once, with no unnecessary “previously-on” to bog down the reader. The pace is swift and pleasing with never a dull moment. I am certain you won’t be able to put this book down! Plan for a late night- it will be worth it.
Book Two has approximately 2000% more action than Book One, both in terms of violence and sex. None of it is gratuitous, however, except for one upsetting, bloody scene towards the end. Kiram and Javier’s physical relationship progresses quickly, as does their emotional connection. That they are deeply in love is clear to anyone.
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I get weak in the knees for a good Boarding School story! And this one has everything you’d expect, plus more: a charming setting, a cast of entertaining fellow students, villainous and virtuous teachers, a roommate who’s both startlingly attractive and troublesome…yes, it doesn’t get much better than this! In short: this is a delightful read, thoroughly engaging and enjoyable.
This book is a pleasure to read from the very first page. I guarantee you’ll be hooked before you even finish the first chapter! The action begins almost at once, and is very well-paced, while still having plenty of time for slower, more intimate scenes. The characters are exceptionally well-written and likeable, even the “love-to-hate” ones. Hale’s writing is sheer perfection; smooth, clear, and concise, and without any unnecessary flourishes or flowery description to distract from the story. I could honestly praise Hale’s writing style for days. Reading her work is sheer bliss.
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