The Unfinished Song (Book 2): Taboo: Book Two by Tara Maya

The Unfinished Song (Book 2): Taboo: Book Two

byTara Maya

Kobo ebook | July 21, 2012

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A DEVASTATING SETBACK
Enemy tribesmen attacked during the Initiation. Dindi used the magic of the corn cob doll to protect herself and others but at a terrible price. Now her dreams are in shambles. In despair, she decides to step into the forbidden faery ring, and dance herself to death with the fae. Then she discovers another choice that saves her life…but breaks the ultimate taboo.

A DESPERATE OUTREACH
After being unfairly exiled from his own people, Kavio may have found a new home, but only if he can protect it from another attack by the enemy. He gathers a small group to venture deep into the heart of enemy territory in search of the ultimate prize…peace.

But by the harsh laws of their land, they cannot both break taboos and keep the peace. They will each have to choose, what, or whom, to betray.

Title:The Unfinished Song (Book 2): Taboo: Book TwoFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:July 21, 2012Publisher:Misque PressLanguage:English

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Feels like a bait-and-switch. The first book in this series was fairly decent: interesting setting, OK plot, conventional characters, unusual magic system. So I bought the second book, and what a disappointment it was! We go straight into Twilight territory with it: everything other than burning glances and hot bodies become a side-note. There's also a subplot that was tooth-grindingly bad. Apparently, gay men in this setting are all magical, can grow wings, and are flamboyant. Because all gay people are just like that, right? Sheesh...
Date published: 2015-05-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ms Well written with strong characters and a story line drawing on Native American anthropology and fairy tale. Lively description and action keep momentum going.
Date published: 2014-07-19