Wednesday, December 17, 2014

REVIEW: Tethered Wings by Cameo Renae


Back from their quest into the Underworld, with the threat of Lucian hanging over head, Emma is faced with yet another problem—the Immortal Bond. The bond surpasses any reason and is something so complex, not much is known about it. Once an Immortal Bond is made, it is forever. A conjoining of two fated hearts, destined to be perfect companions.

Emma’s heart, already bonded with her Guardian, Kade, has unexpectedly and inconveniently bonded with Ethon, the son of Lucifer. Now she is faced with a decision she doesn't want to make. Both want nothing more than to love and protect her.

With the arrival of new company and old friends, things are bound to get heated.

Title:  Tethered Wings
Series:  Hidden Wings
Book #: 3
Author:  Cameo Renae
Approximate Book Length:  219 Pages
Recommended Reader Age:  16+
Sexual Content:  Mild


I have mixed feelings about this one. There were moments I liked, but overall this didn’t really come up to the same level as the last one and certainly not the first. I like the separate relationships between Emma and Kade, and Emma and Ethon, but I still really hate that theirs a triangle at all. Plus, Ethon is a walking contradiction. I sometimes like him, but I don’t want to. He's nice and sweet and then he goes and acts like a jerk – he is the devil’s son after all.

Also, while I’m glad that Emma got to see her old friends, I feel like they’re just thrown in to add another obstacle. They did add a good element though for Emma during the funeral that’s finally held for her parents. It’s very well done and highly emotional.

Overall, it had its moments, but it just didn’t have the same vibe from the first two and I didn’t like the plot or the action as much. I still love the characters – the guardians and Emma’s birth parents – though. They’re just fun!

Bottom Line:

Tethered Wings is all about the love triangle so don’t miss out on this installment to learn more about Emma’s dilemma. Just be sure you’ve read the first two books as this does not stand alone at all.



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