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Serati's Flame by T.J. Michaels
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Dec 18, 2011

it was ok

What happened T. J. Michaels ?

I really wanted to like this story because the first one,
Carinian's Seeker, was good.
I would have given this book 4*Stars
IF it were not for the Ending. The ending messed it up for me.
I do not want to give too much away and spoil it for others but the ending was TOTALLY unexpected.

Tameth has been longing for Alaan for the longest time not entering any serious relationships whether it was conscious or subconciously on her part.
She has a 'special' friendship with Kanoe that has certain boundaries.
For years, Alaan has fought off the growing attraction towards Tameth due to his fear and guilt of his past.

Some people seem to like the ending, but to me
it seems like it was just thrown in there for added measures.

I was not expecting it,
I did not like it for "this" story, and
I think that it would have been better with a different ending.

Alaan's actins at the end were out of character
compared to the rest of the story.
Tameth seemed to have done a 360 as well.
She did not question Alaan's motives or behaviors which made no sense.

Maybe I am over thinking the story,
maybe the ending should not make any sense
even though it does not go with the rest of the story.. hmm

I feel as though I should not say anymore;
I repeat, I do not want to give the ending of it away.

All I know is,
I am not interested in Kanoe's story nor the rest of the series anymore.
The End
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