I’m happy to be one of the stops today on the tour for The Calling of The Trinity.
The fate of the supernatural world lies in the hands of the Trinity. Now that their powers have awakened, they’re one step closer to putting an end to the Darkness surrounding them. Or so they thought…
The death of Wren’s father brings an unsolicited visit from the Alpha Master of the Thornwood werewolf pack, and with it some troublesome news. Wren is faced with a decision that could mean the end of his life if he doesn’t choose wisely.
A mysterious book hidden in a secret room just might have the answers the Trinity is searching for. Perhaps with a little help from the past, a winged guardian, and new friends–the Trinity can persevere and rise against the Darkness.
I was quite excited for this book because I really enjoyed the first book in the series and I was definitely up for a bit of supernatural action.
I’m going to start with a tiny negative, I only have one annoyance about my experience with this book, it’s been such a long time since I read the first book and I had kind of forgotten a few things, there were a few characters that I couldn’t remember what their part in the story was. So I wish that I had had the time to re-read the first book so that I would know exactly what had happened and could be really immersed in the world again.
Now that that is out of the way I can say how much I loved this book, I had such trouble putting it down, there was just so much going on, I feel like there was a lot more action in this instalment and I was loving it. This book pretty much picks up where the last one leaves off but soon we are taken on a journey with the Trinity as they try to handle dealing with their new dynamic, new people that upset their equilibrium and a new quest.
It was great to see Quinn come into her powers a bit more, she still isn’t completely in control but she is learning and also starting to get stronger within herself too. I also like that she is at points wavering between the light and the dark it makes for some interesting reactions. I also enjoyed the ever burgeoning relationship between her and Wren.
Wren is still very mysterious in this book, he doesn’t always give that much away but we start to find out a little more about him from some of the new arrivals to the story. I’m interested to see if his past will come to affect the story in the next book because it sounds like there are still a few things there to explore.
I also really liked getting to know Blaire a little better and that the relationship between her and Quinn was growing and becoming stronger. It was great to see another really positive female relationship and I liked that they were able to work together really well and stick up for each other.
There were some other very intriguing characters added into the story, Bryna, Hailey and Ryker, I liked that they added drama and tension but that a few of them have ended up being more than their initial impression. I am particularly looking forward to seeing if there is anything that will develop between Ryker and Blaire.
I am already looking forward to the next book, some of the things that the author pointed toward at the end of The Calling of The Trinity make me feel like it is going to be a really exciting next instalment.
Brittany graduated from college with a degree in photography, and later became on obedience instructor. During the day, Brittany manages an FBO at a local hometown airport in Ohio and services aircraft. Writing has always been her greatest passion. She enjoys the outdoors and exploring new places in an endless quest to keep that artistic inspiration burning.
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