Book Review: The Wish Granter (Ravenspire #2)

Dear reader I just finished reading “The Wish Granter” book number 2 in the “Ravenspire” doulogy by C.J. Redwine. I picked up this book in the Nook store on my tablet because it was on sale for $1.99 and I wanted to see how the doulogy ends(In my personal opinion you can read the books as stand alones without being confused storyline wise or missing out on too many plot points from either book) my personal review of the book is as follows:

My personal favorite scenes of the book with “Sebastian” and “Ari” (both them together and them individually) because I found them to be relatable and compelling. The main issue that I had with the book was that the sibling bond between “Ari” and her brother didn’t click with me as real(I’m not really sure why it didn’t).

The scenes with “Sebastian” and “Ari” in the barn(from around page 106 to 108 in my Nook edition) really in my personal opinion added so much emotional depth to the main storyline as a whole in addition to adding a lot of character growth to “Sebastian”.

The last half through until pretty much the ending of the book(Not counting the final few pages of the book) really let me down(I can’t really explain why without giving away major plot points). Overall I personally rate this book a 3 and half out of 10. Happy reading dear reader ?.  Please like and share this review if you like it doing so helps me to get approved by Netgally and other places for future ♡.

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