The Reclamation by Ivy Asher – A Book Review

Posted June 8, 2020 by Booksandblurbs in Fantasy, Reverse Harem, Reviews / 2 Comments

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The Reclamation

(Shadowed Wings – Book 3)

by Ivy Asher
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Medium Burn, Fantasy RH
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited

Down & Dirty

This incredible series comes to an end with this third and final installment – free on Kindle Unlimited.

What is it about?

(Blurb from GoodReads)

The last place I ever wanted to be was in the middle of someone else’s war. Too bad fate doesn’t give a fuck.

When I first woke up in the land of the gryphons, I had one goal…getting back home.

I was so focused on figuring out how to leave, that I got myself exiled from The Hidden, captured by The Avowed, and managed to claim not one, but three mates. Although I had no idea about that last one until it was too late.

Oh right, and then I almost died.

I thought having my throat slit from ear to ear was going to be the worst of my problems.
But my asshole mates make coming back from the brink of death look like a glide through the sky compared to dealing with them.

I’m ready to accept my fate and right the wrongs of the past. I just wish I had some idea how to keep the pricks I’m bound to from fighting long enough so we can to find the help we need.

I’m supposed to awaken all that I am in order to finally free the gryphons, But will I find the key to unlock all the answers in time?

War is breathing down our backs, and if we can’t figure out how to come together…we’re all going to die.

Thoughts on The Reclamation

I was around 40% into this delightful book when I realized I had made a terrible mistake – I had yet to finish The Last Sentinel Series. Yeah, yeah… I don’t know how that happened either, especially since I’ve had Book 4 sitting on my Kindle since its publication date. Regardless, events in this saga caused me to backtrack and reread that series from start to finish, then pick up this book once more. That little adventure made this novel even richer, offering me the chance to view the events, timeline and characters in the way they were meant to be seen…. at least it appeared that way to me.

The Shadowed Wings series jumps off of The Last Sentinel, though it’s not incredibly apparent till it smacks you in the face midway through Book 3. You can still enjoy it without reading the first series, buuuutttt…. it really does make it better.

As for THIS series and THIS book…. wow. Just wow. It was emotional, devastating, a bit bloody and just enough to whet the palate for everything that is the Ouphe/Sentinel Universe! Falon is kick@ss and finally starts coming into her own strength, learning to delve into the caverns of her abilities – and connect with Pigeon along the way. Her love life takes drastic, bumpy turns and brings big questions to the table. All that set against the backdrop of a war that won’t leave them alone… in other words? It’s fantastic.

Perspective

First Person, Single POV

Ending Type

HEA

Rating

Mature

Romantic Dynamic

MMMF

Character Age Range

Adult

My Final Verdict on The Reclamation

Well written and incredibly well woven, this third installment in this heart pounding series wraps up this particular thread in the saga, and sets the stage for future heroines. Wonderfully done, and I highly recommend it.

The Reclamation

Published May 27th, 2020
290 Pages

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2 responses to “The Reclamation by Ivy Asher – A Book Review

  1. Mae Mae

    Yes ,I loved it. I had no idea about the Sentinel series until I finished it and went looking to see if there were more books coming about Falon, pigeon, Ryn, Treno and Zeph……a little disappointed that I haven’t found anything. …off to find another series to read!

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