Friday, September 28, 2012

The Hands of Tarot Book Review

She imprisoned and beat him. And now she thinks he’s her trophy.  
Synn El’Asim will do almost anything to prove her wrong. But he’s only proving her right.  
Queen Nix awakened his Mark of power and inducted him into the House of Wands. She knew what she was doing. The son of the two most powerful Families standing against her is the ultimate prize. What she didn’t take into consideration was that maybe he was too strong for her.  
The Families are weakened, and it’ll take a lot more than one young man with a powerful Mark to take on…  
The Hands of Tarot.
This was an awesome book! I wasn't too sure about it when I first signed up but as I read it, the better it got. The only thing I do regret is that I did not know it was a series type book. When this one ended, I was not happy! It was like a series finale! It leaves you hanging wanting more.

I don't know what is gonna happen to this hero because he thought he was free at the end almost and then one of their own got caught (of course it was a woman) and he had no choice but to go back into the fire of the storm to sacrifice himself so she could escape.
With one major difference this time around. The evil Queen has a sister who is an ally of the hero. She tells him if he does what he is told and play along and let her sister think she has won, she will help him get rid of her.
But, can you really trust the enemy? This woman did nothing before to help him. I don't know the answer. We will have to wait until the next book comes out and lets us in on the secret. I am not talking too much about this book because it is so fast paced, so filled with drama, that you need to experience it all first hand!
You won't be sorry! Happy Reading!
About the Author:
SM Blooding lives in Colorado with her pet rock, Rockie, and Ms. Jack, who’s a real bird. She’s still learning to play the piano and guitar, which is going marginally better, and for those of you looking for an Arabic update, she has successfully learned one word, “Yalla, people yalla!”
She’s dated vampires, werewolves, sorcerers, weapons smugglers and US Government assassins. Yes. She has stories.

Her latest book is the YA steampunk, The Hands of Tarot.
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Disclaimer: Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monitary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from you.


Seraphina said...

Nice review. This is something I would be interested in reading.

SM Blooding said...

Thank you for the review! I think you'll enjoy the second book! LOL! You are right, though, Queen Dyna is a bit hard to trust. *grin*