Sunday, December 11, 2016

Title: Karmic Justice
Series: Child of Fate #2
Author: Katherine Davis

Kismet and her Guardians have settled into the Academy for a comfortable few weeks and all the First Years are looking forward to their First Patrol. The Summer Solstice is only a few days away and the Academy is buzzing with the arrival of foreign dignitaries and representatives from across the globe as they prepare for the annual High Council. But Kismet’s Guardians aren’t as excited as she is, and their meddling will trigger a series of events that send their Child of Fate on a whirlwind adventure…alone. 

Kismet is forced to find a way to survive away from Reif, Liam, Mason, and Jax while they juggle the political nightmare of vampires, fae, shifters, mers, and humans gathered in one place to decide how to handle the catastrophic Collapse looming over them all. 

Find out Kismet’s destiny in this second installment of the Child of Fate series as she discovers new people, places, and magic. Enjoy the mad scrambling of her four handsome Guardians as they fight to find some way to save their Scholar and their world.


Kismit is settling into the Academy and her role in it. She and her Guardians have an assignment to do soon, and she's excited and nervous about it. However, things get bad when she realizes that the Guardians are blocking her out and she has no idea why. 
Then to top it off she has Fate leading her to places where her Guardians aren't, and things are getting more and more complicated. 

This book was not as good as the first one, but it was still enjoyable. I liked the plot line for the most part, but it was slightly confusing when it came to a few things. 

I felt things with the vampire Andrew were just kind of overlooked and ignored, and that really didn't make a lot of sense. 

Then there was one issue with Reif that seemed to bring more issues, but then it was like it was just ignored and I didn't get that either. It just didn't make sense to me why he even did it especially at a time like that too. 

Other than that, I did like it and I'm really looking forward to more. 
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