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Druid Vices and a Vodka Book Review
The last fey Tori expected to show up at her apartment was Lallakai. Normally by The Ghost's side, the beautifully dark fey informs Tori he’s been captured. And while The Ghost has certainly made plenty of questionable decisions Tori considers him a friend. And she’ll never give up on a friend. Knowing Kai is her best bet at finding The Ghost, she enlists his help. But as they embark on their rescue, she never could have imagined the consequences of their actions.
Each book in The Guild Codex: Spellbound has been tapering down into a darker and more serious tone. Druid Vices and a Vodka takes hold of this concept and drives it home. As readers know from past events, there’s a timer over Tori’s head. Each book that takes place means she’s running out of time to save someone she loves. With this overarching tension lacing the entire novel, Tori also finds she has to mount a rescue attempt. One of the riskiest rescue attempts in the magical community. But she wouldn’t be Tori if she didn’t throw odds to the wind and try.
But nothing can ever go according to plan. Kai’s been running from his past throughout the entire series. Druid Vices and a Vodka will reveal to readers the ideology Kai has been steadfast against and the history of beliefs he’s been running from. Tori wants to believe she can save everyone she loves, but sometimes no matter what you do it isn’t enough. There is so much happening in this book, and Tori is about to learn she can’t save everyone.
As the various plot lines coalesce, readers will find an old enemy at the root of their problems. And the showdown against them will make or break certain characters. Nothing lasts forever, and readers will find themselves heartbroken by the end of this novel. Druid Vices and a Vodka is an intense ride. Readers will experience a rollercoaster of emotions and demand the next book holds answers.
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