Ruthless Vows is the perfect sequel to Divine Rivals, this book is more focused on war and conflict than the previous one, that’s why the book has less romantic vibes but it does not mean that this book leads you to disappointment, If you understand the purpose and need of the story from the last one than you definitely appreciate it. It was an amazing read and highly recommended (the Audiobook is a stunner)
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Ruthless Vows Synopsis:
The epic conclusion to the intensely romantic and beautifully written story that started in Divine Rivals.
Two weeks have passed since Iris Winnow returned home bruised and heartbroken from the front, but the war is far from over. Roman is missing, and the city of Oath continues to dwell in a state of disbelief and ignorance. When Iris and Attie are given another chance to report on Dacre’s movements, they both take the opportunity and head westward once more despite the danger, knowing it’s only a matter of time before the conflict reaches a city that’s unprepared and fracturing beneath the chancellor’s reign.
Since waking below in Dacre’s realm, Roman cannot remember his past. But given the reassurance that his memories will return in time, Roman begins to write articles for Dacre, uncertain of his place in the greater scheme of the war. When a strange letter arrives by wardrobe door, Roman is first suspicious, then intrigued. As he strikes up a correspondence with his mysterious pen pal, Roman will soon have to make a decision: to stand with Dacre or betray the god who healed him. And as the days grow darker, inevitably drawing Roman and Iris closer together…the two of them will risk their very hearts and futures to change the tides of the war.
Most liked quotes in the book:
“I would love to see you burn with splendor. I would love to see your words catch fire with mine.”
“Their souls weren’t mirrors but complements, constellations that burned side by side.”
“Soon it would be night; the stars would pierce the sky like nails, and he would light the candles and write by fire because the words came easier in the darkness.”
“The magic still gathers, and the past is gilded; I see the beauty in what has been but only because I have tasted both sorrow and joy in equal measures.”
“You may not be a goddess, but nor am I a god. Despite our mundane lives, perhaps we make our own magic with words.”
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