Review of A Reckless Oath by Kaylie Smith (hardcover)





A Reckless Oath by Kaylie Smith


In this sequel to the spellbinding A Ruinous Fate, more action, romance, and magic abound as Calla and friends must deal with their losses and come to grips with their own part to play in the Fates’ War ahead.

After the heart-wrenching death at the end of book 1, Calla and the other witches are sent reeling. Still stuck in the deadly Neverending Forest, the group must decide their next steps as the Fates’ War looms near. Calla, torn between past allegiances and new circumstances, finds herself pushing away the one person who can unlock her future. 

With the still-beating heart in her hand, Amina is finally able to return to her home in the Land of the Valkyries. But when she finds that everything she left behind has irrevocably changed in the six years she’s been gone, she turns her sights to revenge on the one who banished her all those years the Valkyrie Queen. 

Meanwhile, everyone’s favorite siren, Delphine, has been dragged down into the depths of the sea, and is imprisoned by the ruthless Siren leader. As past lovers turn into enemies and former foes into allies, Delphine must navigate the dangerous court and her play her part until she’s able to escape and return to the surface.

From deep within Siren’s Sea to the skies above the Land of the Valkyries, A Reckless Oath takes readers on a new journey where stunning revelations will have them questioning everything.




This is a book two. There will be spoilers from book one below.

Book one ended with some pretty shocking stuff. Calla wants to break her bond with Gideon, but he doesn’t want that. They do want to try to bring Ezra back though. They split up and leave Cass and Hannah in the forest. Hannah is struggling with her magic and wants nothing more than to get Delphine back. Delphine is stuck in her own personal hell with the man that controlled her. She is tortured and needs to find a way to get out. Her old friends are willing to help, but Delphine can’t trust them after they bailed on her last time. Amina gets back home because of the heart she took. She meets back up with her best friends and they are looking into what is going on with the reapings. She also wants revenge for all the time she missed.

I really enjoyed that this one took place in multiple places. The pacing was also really good.

I gave this book 5 stars.


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