Review: The Fatal Heir by L.C. Ireland
First, I want to thank L.C. Ireland for sending me a copy of this book. I had my blog up for about 8 months and started to feel as if I would never receive review requests. Then I received an email at the end of last year. I was so excited to finally have someone contact me about a review, since that is the reason I started my blog. So, I immediately emailed her back and waited to receive her book. Once I did receive her book in the mail, it took me a while to find the time to read it, but once I did, I couldn’t put the book down.
I have to be completely honest. If L.C. Ireland didn’t contact me, I probably would have never read this book. Not because I wouldn’t have been interested in it but because I had never seen it on a store’s shelf. I am so glad I took the risk and agreed to read and review this book. It helped me out of a six month reading slump and I am forever grateful for that.
In The Fatal Heir, you follow the journey of Don. Beginning when he is just a boy messing around and trying to prove that a mystery man was real and not a figment of his imagination. To him being arrested and finding things out about himself that would turn his entire world upside down. Throughout the book, you encounter characters that are either after him or helping him. You also watch Don come to terms with who he is and what he must do.
Rath, another major character, protects Don and begins off extremely mysterious. As the book goes on, you learn more about Rath and how he got to where he is. I honestly loved Rath. He was so different from the rest of the characters that it is refreshing. Zarra starts off against Don but ends up quickly helping him. She is another character that is very mysterious and end up loving. The last main character is Mel. Between being a sweet girl and being a very strong female, you can’t help love Mel.
L.C. Ireland accomplished imagining up a fictional world in a way that works so well. There’s mystery, fantasy, science fiction, and paranormal elements that make the book extremely well rounded. This world is filled with the undead, spirits, and magic in ways that are so different from most books. I fell in love with this book and recommend anyone and everyone to give it a chance. The Fatal Heir is the first book in the series, and I hope that L.C. Ireland continues the story.
Also, L.C. Ireland was ever so kind to send me a second, signed copy of the book to giveaway. If you’re interested, head over to my Instagram, jessica_thebookaddict, and look for a post with containing the book in the picture. Currently the giveaway ends on March 10th, but I will be extending it if I don't get more entries by that date. If you decide to enter, good luck!
*Giveaway Update: Has been postponed until further notice.*
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