Review: Love & Magic (Iron World Series # 3) by Candace Osmond

Happy Friday!!  I hope everyone had a great weekend and like me is looking forward to the weekend.  I know many of you are going out to see the Fifty Shades of Grey movie.  But, if you aren’t I have the fantastic conclusion to Candace Osmond’s Iron World Series to recommend.  Candace Osmond is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors.  Love & Magic is everything we have been waiting for in this fantastic conclusion.  For my full review keep reading after the book blurb.

24181800Book Blurb:

The Epic Conclusion Of The Iron World Series!

With the weight of two worlds resting heavily on her shoulders, Avery’s life turns upside down once again after discovering that Jack is still alive. Now Avery must decide between doing what’s right or following her heart. But the heart isn’t always wise.

Review:

With this anticipated conclusion you find yourself sitting on the edge of your seat remembering where we left off.  Avery had just found Jack who she and everyone else thought was dead.  From here we are thrust back into the love triangle of Jack, Oden and Avery,  visiting the Summer Court with Avery’s Aunt Tessana, finding Avery’s father and fending off her evil mother and those are just the tip of the iceberg. Surprises and twists abound in this page turning final entry in the Iron World Series.

This is what everyone wants in a finale.  Your questions are answered.  Your heart is broken and mended a few times.  Your favorite characters change both for the better and worse.  This truly is one of the best final books in a series that I have read.  Avery comes full circle from the first book.  By the end of this book her choices will be made and she will continue to impact all of those she come in contact with whether they are human or fae.  It isn’t just Avery who changes though, Jack has a huge transition in this book and he has his own choices to make.  The story and characters came to such a magnificent conclusion I truly felt complete.  I will miss the worlds and hope that maybe there will be a novella or two following Julie and Will or Sullivan and Max, but that is just my wishful thinking.  Anyone who has already read the other two Iron World books you will definitely want to pick this up and you will find like me that Candace Osmond has truly honed her craft with this final book.  If you haven’t started these book or are new to Candace Osmond this is one author that you don’t want to miss.  So, if you’re looking for a good book for your Valentine’s weekend you will want to start with Iron & Wine the first book in the Iron World Series.

 

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