In the past few weeks, I’ve shared about the first 2 books in The King Series: Fearless and Breathless. I did finish reading the third book, but haven’t written a review yet. Instead, I’m jumping ahead to Endless, the forth book in the King Series which I’ve had the privilege to review.
About Endless from The King Series
After the tumult of her high school senior year, all is right in Tasmyn Vaughan’s world. She’s attending college with her boyfriend, and she’s learning to control her powers. Everything is finally perfect, until it isn’t.
When her new part-time job leads to more than she bargained for, Tasmyn is thrown into a deadly fight against forces of evil that she didn’t even know existed. Mastering her extraordinary gifts—along with the strength of an endless love—may be the only weapon that can guarantee her a happily ever after.
Tawdra Kandle is the author of THE KING SERIES, a young adult urban fantasy quartet. Born in South Jersey, Tawdra published her first short story at the age of 13 in Child’s Life magazine. During the early years of her marriage and motherhood, she wrote articles and columns on parenting and homeschooling, as well as some homeschooling curriculum. THE KING SERIES is her first published full-length fiction. Tawdra currently lives in central Florida with her husband, and children, both skin and fur types. And yes, she has purple hair.
My Thoughts about Endless (King Series)
Like the other titles in the King Series, I really enjoyed Endless. I am so glad that I had the opportunity to review this title right after reading the proceeding books. Otherwise, I might have been a little crazy waiting for it to be released.
The story jumps from the end of senior year to Tasmyn’s freshman year at Perimmon College. She’s finally back together with her beau and loving her classes. But, then the mystery comes back as she learns of other individuals with ‘talents’ like she has and their company which is then recruiting her.
This particular volume in the series really melds together the them of love (which Tasmyn and Michael seem to have ‘forever’) as well as that of forgiveness. In the case of Tasmyn and Michael, it is Tasmyn who has to forgive herself for choices she made which hurt Michael. Her hanging onto the disappointment in herself when Michael has already said he forgave her keeps manifesting itself physically.
If you enjoy a paranormal story which has romance without the characters engaging in sexual acts, then this is a series to definitely check out. And, check out my author interview of Tawdra Kandle, too!
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