Trial by Thrall (Trial Series Book 2)
After the shock of her first trial, Leslie believes she can handle anything, including turning into a magic elf or whatever the fae really are. But the differences between alpha werewolf Ben and Tristan – the enigmatic leader of the fae, whose abs and sexual prowess are the stuff of dreams – soon have her wading into new supernatural waters. Guarded where Ben was assertive, Tristan is hard to understand and even harder to predict. The most unnerving part: he’s empathic. He can read every tiny little emotion she experiences.
Such as … betrayal. The Book of Secrets has revealed a truth that leaves her questioning everything – and everyone – she’s ever known. Something far worse than the Trials, and more frustrating than Tristan forbidding her from using her temporary fae magic to save an entire generation of his people.
The more she learns from Tristan and the Book, the less certain she becomes of her own world, and she begins to resent the Kingmaker magic that ensures she’s only fae for a week.
By jcat (4.0 out of 5 stars) on January 3, 2017
And I also enjoyed this one, even if not quite as much as the first. There are still proofreading errors. Leslie is still hard for me to stomach. But again, the unique World and the mystery of the Kingmaker's curse drives me to continue this series.Tristan, the Fae Hero, is a more elegant lover than the Wolf Ben from Book 1. He appeals to Leslie through her Soul as well as her lust. In this book, as in the first, she finds that things are not as as she's always believed, and the Supernaturala are not as evil as she's been taught. The mysteries surrounding the Curse continue to develop.I am still hooked, and plan on continuing the series. I do wish that these books were longer, but at least they don't end in cliffhangers.
By Amazon Customer (5.0 out of 5 stars) on February 17, 2017
So good, I am still reading but the mystery has me on the edge.
This series gets better and better
By Amazon Customer (5.0 out of 5 stars) on June 13, 2018
This is one of the best series I've read in years. I can't wait for the next book and almost sad that eventually it'll have to end.
By Kindle Customer (4.0 out of 5 stars) on April 9, 2018
Great little read
By Mommyneedsabook (4.0 out of 5 stars) on October 17, 2017
This was a sexy and interesting 2nd installment to the Trial series.Leslie is an Elf this time, during this trial. Mated to Tristan. And she has some serious questions just like she did when she was a wolf and mated to Ben. The book is not helping at all and she is getting increasingly frustrated and depressed and she knows it. Again she runs into the problem of whom to trust and whom to run from...I was engaged and trying to figure out who was lying. A solid 4 1/2 star read for me.
Love these unique stories
By Dyanna (4.0 out of 5 stars) on September 23, 2017
Trial #2 was just as interesting as the first trial, but of course different. While the first trial was steamy and intense, this one was softer and romantic. For this one, Leslie is with the Fae leader, Tristan. The candidates know more than Leslie does and with each trial, the book shows her more information, but it's still all a mystery. Each trial seems to have a theme, first was being lied to and this was, they were to try and kill her. Wonder what it will be in trial #3? Each book is unique and a great read. Can't wait to see where it goes next.
By Sierra (5.0 out of 5 stars) on September 3, 2017
By nicole bailey (5.0 out of 5 stars) on July 4, 2017
This book keeps you on your toes!!!! Every time you think you know what will happen bam it has a twist !!!! Highly recommended this series
...i felt like the story was missing
By Justbritttany (3.0 out of 5 stars) on June 6, 2017
I quite enjoyed the first book and well enough to consider buying this one. I was hesitant at first because I generally avoid books with less than 200 pages, especially ones not included with my kindle unlimited membership. In the end I just decided to go for it. Overall, I liked the book. "Liked" was as far as I could get really. This one didn't particularly draw me in. I mostly felt like I was drowning in a swirling river of ignorant teenage emotions. It was just all over the place and repetitive. Between that and the amount of sex scenes, I feel like I missed out on the story itself... short as it was.