Book Review | A Fire Endless by Rebecca Ross

Thank you to HarperCollins UK and NetGalley for providing me with an e-arc in exchange for an honest review.

A Fire Endless by Rebecca Ross is the second book in the Elements of Cadence duology, the bestselling Celtic-inspired fantasy series. Whilst I enjoyed A River Enchanted, the epic conclusion was absolutely breathtaking. 

“…and I would tell you to sing up a hundred storms, if only to hear such beauty and truth again. To feel it settle in my bones and warm my blood. To know it is mine and mine alone to claim.”

Despite Adaira’s sacrifice, the Isle of Cadence remains divided. The Breccans continue to despise the East for their prosperity and the Tamerlaines fear the magic and desperation of the West. Jack, her husband, is lost without her but as famine and sickness break out on the Isle, he is forced to travel across enemy lines to reunite the clans and confront Bane, the spirit of the north wind who threatens to destroy both the human and faerie realms.

A Fire Endless is a beautifully written and carefully crafted romantic fantasy with Scottish-inspired folklore delicately woven throughout. It’s a magical story about love, ancient tradition, sacrifice, and family honor. The romance element is incredibly tender and sweet, however, it’s the family dynamics and nature of the spirits which I found most compelling.

The world-building was carefully crafted and clearly a lot of time and care has gone into creating each and every character. A River Enchanted was good, but A Fire Endless is exceptional. A wonderful, magical read that completely swept me away. 

A Fire Endless by Rebecca Ross is available to purchase HERE.

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