Knight of Flames (Inheritance #2) by Amelia Faulkner | Video Review

Book #2 in the Inheritance Series. Quentin is stumbled upon by Kane Wilson on the beach. When things don’t quite as planned for Kane he must come up with a plan B.

Knight of Flames shows the growth of Quentin and Laurence. We get to see Laurence become a more mature adult while watching Quentin loosen up a bit. And does he loosen……

Kane is building his own version of the classic X-Men with gifted kids. The idea Kane has is separating Quen and Laurence.

Will they survive the divide?

Copy provided in exchange for a fair and honest review.

Rating: ★★

knight of flames amelia faulknerBlurb:

Headstrong. Telekinetic. Pariah.
On the run from his family, Quentin d’Arcy has settled in San Diego with dwindling funds and the growing suspicion that his gifts might not be limited to telekinesis. When he meets a psychic who can control people’s actions with a few words, his comfortable life starts to unravel.

Demigod. Oracle. Hunter.
Laurence Riley almost died killing one god only to discover that he’s descended from another. Before he can come to terms with that revelation, Quentin’s twin brother walks into his life, and there’s no way to know what his motives may be.

With great power comes great danger.
Kane Wilson wants to make a better world: a world in which psychics are open about who and what they are without fear of reprisal or hatred. With the power to control others he might be able to pull it off, but there’s going to be collateral damage.

If Quentin and Laurence can’t get to the bottom of Wilson’s plan, Kane will out the existence of psychics not only to San Diego but to the world, and all hell will break loose.

Publisher: LoveLight Press
Release Date: August 23, 2016
Length: 460 pages
Purchase: Amazon (KU)


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