Cassie Palmer can see the future, talk to ghosts, and travel through time—but nothing’s prepared her for this.
Ever since being stuck with the job of pythia, the chief seer of the supernatural world, Cassie Palmer has been playing catch up. Catch up to the lifetime’s worth of training she missed being raised by a psychotic vampire instead of at the fabled pythian court. Catch up to the powerful, and sometimes seductive, forces trying to mold her to their will. It’s been a trial by fire that has left her more than a little burned.
But now she realizes that all that was the just the warm up for the real race. Ancient forces that once terrorized the world are trying to return, and Cassie is the only one who can stop them…
Warning! Mild spoilers below.
After such a long wait, we finally get to read the latest installment of the Cassie Palmer series! I’m sure there have been fans who were tired of the push backs on the release date of Ride The Storm.
Well, I’m here to tell you that those delays were worth the wait!
Ride The Storm starts off with Cassie still trying desperately to save Pritkin who has been cursed and who’s soul is being erased from time. If that wasn’t bad enough, Cassie is also dealing with quite a number of issues due to the events in Reap the Wind. A number of her allies’ can’t seem to be able to cooperate with themselves. There’s also the issue in the past where a conflict is starting between humans and Fey. With all these problems she has to juggle with, no wonder Cassie doesn’t have the time to catch her breath.
Overall, I enjoyed this installment and I believe fans will also enjoy Ride The Storm especially since it gives us closure. Don’t get me wrong, one major story-line is over along with certain secrets finally revealed to Cassie. However, at the same time, new questions appear and need to be answered. For those of you wondering about the love triangle, this just my opinion but I think that’s still up in the air. We’ll just have to wait and see in the next installment.
*I received Ride The Storm from Berkley Publishing Group via Netgalley in return for an honest review.*