Review: Meridian Chronicles: Black Widow Curse The Coven (Meridian Chronicles #2) by M.D. Fryson

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MERIDIAN’S curse has left her in a state all her own of amnesia. The once spirit guide can only recall her name and the two names of very important beings in her life. She is on Earth lost and afraid with only fragments to piece together her mysterious circumstance. Her realm’s leader, Warrick and his curse have taken the unimaginable from her and her hidden memory has the answers locked away from her. Her best friend Relic, the peacock of the realm flees for Earth to save Meridian only to find nearly a stranger.

Tallulah, the psychic who has taken Meridian in calls in her connections from Salem. The Fairies have the answer to breaking the curse and it lies in finding Meridian’s twin flame and only the universe knows who that is. From Relic, to Aiden the boy on Earth whose name is one she can recall or Kieren her love crush she knew before her curse, could all be the answer. The catch is, there are far darker souls in the high demon court and the dark witches who have their own agenda.

The good witches on Earth band together with the spirit guides, the fallen and the fairies to save Meridian against the ultimate rivals the dark witches, the demons and Meridian’s own leader of her realm, Warrick. Time is of the essence and with Meridian’s soul and fate in the crosshairs, it is only Meridian who can truly save herself by finding her twin flame. With failed attempts and fear, the one she truly loves may still linger out of reach.

*I received a free copy from the author and chose to leave a voluntary review. Thank you!*

5★

This book was soo much easier to get into, than the first now that I know the world and characters. I highly recommend you read book one first.

I really enjoyed this book, the story continues with a bunch of twist and turns and mega surprises and also some loses. But what I liked the most was the characters growth in this book.

 Meridian is now human and has no memory of her past life. Not only does she have to fight of evil, but also remember her past life and the curse all the while to learn to be human and what it means to be human. Of course there are some cringe worthy moments for her as a “new “ human ,but with help of friends, some new and some old she is adjusting and learning.  But there also some funny moment as Meridian has the same humor as she did before. She does adjust and learn rather quick some things other things take her a while to get used to or learn.

We learn more about the curse, and how to break it… is it even possible?!  …… We not only follow Meridian but also friends and Aiden and  most of everyone else we met, that must watch her stumble through a world she doesn’t know all the while she is danger.  They do what they can but there is only so much that they can do.  We also get some unlikely allies along the way.

One of the things I like, is that this world is rather unique and we get so many different type of supernaturals, one big world combined.

Overall I loved this book, the world building is huge but awesome and I love to learn along with my heroes, which is the case with this series.

The ending left us with a great cliff hanger and I can’t wait for next book in the series.

 I rate this book 5★

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