Book Title: Awakening the Trinity
Author: Brittany Elise
Target Audience: Young Adult
Publication date: September 12th 2018
What it’s about
The fate of the supernatural world lies in the hands of the Trinity. Now that their powers have awakened, they’re one step closer to putting an end to the Darkness surrounding them. Or so they thought…
The death of Wren’s father brings an unsolicited visit from the Alpha Master of the Thornwood werewolf pack, and with it some troublesome news. Wren is faced with a decision that could mean the end of his life if he doesn’t choose wisely.
A mysterious book hidden in a secret room just might have the answers the Trinity is searching for. Perhaps with a little help from the past, a winged guardian, and new friends–the Trinity can persevere and rise against the Darkness.
Brittany graduated from college with a degree in photography, and later became on obedience instructor. During the day, Brittany manages an FBO at a local hometown airport in Ohio and services aircraft. Writing has always been her greatest passion. She enjoys the outdoors and exploring new places in an endless quest to keep that artistic inspiration burning.
What I Thought
I’m not sure where to start with this one as there was so much more than anticipated from Quinn, Wren, Blair and Co. I honestly couldn’t put this down and managed to read it in one sitting
Its a continuation from the previous book which I recently discovered and I’m glad of it as there seemed to be a while between book one and book two and we all know how impatient I can be. Although it is a continuation of Awakening the Trilogy I feel that the characters are more developed and have stronger relationships even outside of the trinity.
With that, we also get a background of other characters such as Blair and we get an understanding of her and why she is the way she is. Bryna is annoying and as the eldest of three girls, I really hope I don’t come across the same way she does.
AS we got further into this I felt really sorry for Quinn’s father and her insistence in keeping him out of the loop. in My eyes, he married a witch and knew what he was letting himself in for. I get where she is coming from and she’s growing more and more as a witch and knows how to handle herself in what seems to be any situation.
Wren is still a dark horse who is keeping his cards close to his chest, but he seemed to come more into his own once he interacts with a few new characters who have joined the Trinity along the way. Especially once we leave the comfort of Silver Mountain.
This will definately be a story I will happily dive back into in the future. A must read for fans of the supernatural.
Have you read The Calling of the Trinity? Let me know in the comments