Author: Shannon Mayer
Release Date: December 13, 2016
Publisher: HiJinks Ink
The Rylee Adamson Epilogues Book #3
Genre: Urban FantasyReview Copy Source: Author
My name is Pamela, and I am a witch.After reading and finishing the Rylee Adamson series, I thought that I had a good grasp on who Pamela was. I was wrong.
I will protect Rylee’s pack, my family, at all costs. They are my greatest treasure, one I never dreamed to have. And I will defend them – even to the damning of my soul.
The demons have been beaten back, but I can feel darkness lurking just beyond my sight. Darkness that is coming for those I love. To protect them, I will chance everything on a stranger.
Raven is an Elemental of great power whose words resonate within my soul. Yet while he calls to my inner spirit, I know I cannot trust him.
To prove I am worthy of his tutelage, I must complete three tasks before he will teach me the one spell I want above all others. A way to bring home loved ones taken too soon.
His first mission will drop me straight into the fiery heart of the elemental world where there waits for me both death . . .and life.
Now I must salvage my courage and conquer Raven’s challenges, or be prepared to lose everything I hold dear to my heart.
Pamela's story is far from over, but PAMELA really helps you get to know her as a person, a witch, and gives you more of a grasp on who she is to the family she has come to love and those that are still yet to join. I have always known that Pamela loves deeply and would do anything for her family and PAMELA proves that and more.
There has been little hints that the events that happened at the end of PAMELA were going to happen, but I was still surprised that it in fact happened and how. I honestly have no clue what will happen next for the Rylee Adamson crew. It seems like a lot of things we thought we knew—for both this series and the Elemental series— are being turned upside down and flipped inside out. The only way to find out what will come next is to read more and that is what I plan to do.
I gave it 4/5 stars
* This book was provided free of charge from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.