Ruin took a while to get started, it was exposition burdened in the beginning, and it made for tough reading. However, once it picked up the pace, it was more enjoyable to read, and the story became exciting to follow.
Evangeline is a cursed princess practicing dark magic to gain more power from her necromancer master. She wishes to see that her disregarding and vengeful family pays for all their cruelty towards her. But all her scheming with her nefarious master is becoming eviler and eviler, and her ruin is near.
All in all, this is a good prequel to a full book, and I will be interested to see what Ruin leads into and whether or not Evangeline’s actions are worthy of a prequel story.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary advance copy of this book.
About Rebecca L. Garcia:
Rebecca lives in San Antonio, Texas, with her husband and son. Born and raised in England, you can find her drinking tea, writing new worlds, and designing covers.
Rebecca devoured every book she was given from the age of five and fell in love with magical worlds. When she got older, her imagination grew with her and she delved into writing strong characters and vast worlds.
When she’s not writing or spending time with her family, you can find her traveling, and hosting book signings with Spellbinding Events.
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