Review -Hallowed Eve
Title - Hallowed Eve
Author - Delaney Foster
Name of Series - The Obsidian Brotherhood #2
Series Type - standalone
Genre - Dark Romance
Release Date - 24th March 2022
Overall Rating - ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Heat Rating - 🔥🔥🔥
Some people were destined to find love.
Some were destined to destroy it.
I was chaos.
She was my sanctuary.
I was lethal.
She was curious.
Together we were the perfect storm.
Then the unthinkable happened. And I was to blame.
Now I was on a path of self-destruction paved in secrets and lies.
Until something stopped me dead in my tracks.
Something I never expected.
A truth that made me want to set the world on fire.
If the sins of the father were passed down to the son, then we were all damned.
*Hallowed Eve is book two in a series. It may be read as a standalone but it is highly recommended that you read book one first to avoid spoilers. Please note content warning.*
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My Review 💋
Star Rating : 4/5 Stars
POV : Dual
Cliffhanger : None
Hero : Lincoln
Heroine : Lyric
Pace of the story : moderate
Angst Rating : 5/10
Heat Rating : 5/10
Triggers Involved : Past Trauma , kidnapping
Plot Summary :
Lincoln and Lyric have always been in love with each other. Lincoln was her best friend's brother and the one guy that she should never be with but that did not help the love she always felt for him. They had their stolen moments and hoped for a happy ending before it was all ripped away from. Fate played them in a different way and now it was their turn to suffer and make their way to each other.
Overall Opinion :
I have been waiting for this book for so long! The first book of this series was an absolute blast for me and I was excited for this book as well. I loved the dynamic between the characters and the steam between them was so good! From the last book I knew that they were in for a lot of pain but that only excited me more to read the book.
Now there were a few things that I did not like in this book and that was the spotlight given to a side character. I mean it's good when authors give importance to their side characters but giving it too much that they even outshine the main characters? That makes the books feel not that good. That was the case with Gray. The time Lyric spent with Gray was too much. I even started hoping that Lincoln had a plastic surgery and became Gray because omg, he did seem like the main hero for almost half of the damn book 🤣🤣🤣 I hope the author gave more importance to Lyric and Lincoln instead of dragging their time with Gray.
However, that also made me super excited for Gray's own book! I hope he gets it soon because I am dying to read it.