Kelley Ceccato

These days I'm most interested in reading books that feature a heroine I can admire and root for, and I will purposely avoid books in which the only active female characters are villains or antagonists. Should I read this book?

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Martyn Stanley I'd say this book stand-alone, maybe, maybe not. The heroine in this book is kind of acting up in this book. She's mistrustful of people and fearful of getting close to them for many reasons. This changes completely in book two and that continues through to book 3. I love Vashni as a character, the fact that she's 'acting up' in book one only makes her a deeper, more interesting character I think.

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