Tuesday, 5 June 2018

Review: Shadow's Dream (The Kyn Kronicles, #5) by Jami Gray

The Blurb
Bitter betrayals and hidden truths forge shattered dreams…

Cheveyo, the most powerful Magi in the Northwest Kyn, lives with one regret—walking away from Tala Whiteriver. When he is sent to broker an alliance with the Southwest Kyn, he recognizes his chance to rectify his mistake, but soon realizes the challenge may be more difficult than expected.

As the youngest Kyn to lead a house, Tala’s a force to be reckoned with, but her role came at a steep price. When an unprovoked attack by the Southwest alpha threatens her position and forces her to face judgment, she finds an unexpected ally in the man who once claimed her heart.

As a series of deadly events unfolds, tensions began to rise between the Southwest houses, with a Tala firmly trapped in the center. Before Tala and Cheveyo can quell the approaching storm, they must untangle a treacherous plot and expose the architects of a devil’s bargain designed to fracture the Kyn. Will Cheveyo and Tala be able to move beyond the confines of their positions and trust their hearts to forge new dreams before the impending nightmare sweeps them apart forever?

My Review
In keeping with the other books in the series (which I loved) Shadow’s Dream was filled with the perfect balance of paranormal action, fight scenes, emotional turmoil, romance, character growth, and twists (some more shocking than others).

I loved this book. Loved it. Cheveyo is a favorite of mine. So strong, calm and ultra-powerful. Tala had her own intense power and as the story progressed I learned the true relationship between Cheveyo and Tala and what they’d had to endure in the past to get to where they were in the present. They make an amazing couple who I rooted for from the beginning.

Raine and Gavin make a cameo in this story which made my day.

By the way I lost sleep while reading this novel because I didn’t want to put it down.

I give this book five out of five lake shaped chocolate bars.

I purchased my copy from AmazonUK


  1. I really must make up mind to like paranormal books. Nice review, Nana.

    1. Ha ha ha. If you read the right one, you'll be hooked.


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