Once Nara combines her prophetic ability with Ethan’s power to outsmart Fate at his own deadly cat-and-mouse game, she’s more determined than ever to help Ethan learn the meaning behind the raven sword tattoo that suddenly appeared on his back after their confrontation with Fate.
During her quest to uncover the tattoo’s secrets, Nara enlists the help of some new friends and discovers her own surprising connection to Ethan.
While Nara digs deeper into the mystery, her desire for answers leads her down a dangerous path full of powerful and ruthless enemies. Swept into an age-old battle, Nara quickly learns that keeping one’s enemies close can be a necessary evil, making an intangible enemy she can control far more preferable to the human enemies she can’t.
Let me start off this review by admiring the cover for this book. I think it is absolutely beautiful and goes well with the story.
TTTWFO! << I think these are now my favorite letters in the alphabet.
P.T. Michelle did not disappoint fans with the release of Lucid, she took where Brightest Kind of Darkness left off and just made the series better. I’m going to warn you Ethan admirers now that he doesn’t make as many appearances in Lucid as in BKOD but when he is present…WOW! Total Hotness!
There are a few new characters introduced and they just add so much. I like Lainey who we readers get to experience more of and she is a good friend that sometimes left me exasperated. Seriously she made me tired, but I think we all have friends like that, they mean well but geez. Drystan is new to the story and I am so interested in seeing where Michelle goes with his character. His character may have you reading in a Welsh accent, makes things more exotic unless you’re Welsh and then nevermind.
Nara’s family life is interwoven here and there in the book and the revelations that are made are to say the least HUGE.
Definitely cannot wait to get my hands on the yet to be titled BKOD #3 when it is released.