Book: The Mutt: An Order Series Short Story
Publication date: January 20, 2017
Length: 40 pages
Reviewed by Meredith
I, Ervyn Morryés of the Black Mountain clan, know all about control.
As the only fair-haired Dark Elf in the Highlands, I had to learn to control my fists and my temper in the face of derision.
To become the best archer amongst my peers, I had to learn to control my breathing and my movements.
But the day the half-breed called Lochan Féyes arrived at the training camp, my discipline faltered. Because—sweet gods—when I am around that aloof, blue-eyed assassin, my need is uncontrollable.
I don't want to give anything away. It is short but interestingly enough the author is able to tell this story with perfect flow. Nothing felt like it was being crammed down my throat in order to just get it all out there. The pacing was really good.
It was such a lovely story. Gorgeous in so many ways. I adored Ervyn and everything about him and what he stood for. It's hard for debut authors to publish these days but Kasia has quickly proved she has the creative edge to make this work. Great book.
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