The Relentless Warrior (Star-Crossed #6) by Rachel Higginson

Review by Kayla, In Love & Words Teen Reader

5-stars
Overall Rating: 5 Stars
Title: The Relentless Warrior
Author: Rachel Higginson
Series: Star-Crossed #6

Synopsis:
Jericho Bentley is disillusioned by life. He feels lost in a world of peace and restless in a time threatened by war. He has given up on love, forgotten how to trust others and decided a lifetime of bachelorhood is all that remains for him.

Olivia Taylor was struggling to find her way in a human world. Now taken from the only life she’s ever known and changed on a molecular level, she is more lost than ever. With her sister struggling to survive the after effects of one of Dmitri Terletov’s experiments, Olivia sets off with Jericho to find a cure for both herself and her sister.

Together, Jericho and Olivia find more than vengeance and answers, they find a deep friendship that might teach them both to trust again. Maybe even to love again. As long as they can both put the hurt of their past behind them for good.

GOODREADS

 

Review

Love and literal magic.

These points of view just keep surprising me!

Although feel like Olivia’s character is very similar- maybe too similar- to Eden’s character, I liked that there were different points of views and I thought it was creative to have Olivia’s point of view because of who she is.

In the previous book, I had said that in this series the character fell in love very quickly but in this book I understood exactly why.

It’s because of their magic and I am completely supportive of all the relationships so far and no doubt I will keep loving what other relationships were about to come.

I can’t believe that I’m already almost done with this series and seriously do not want it to end! Somehow the ends of the book manage to satisfy me yet pull me closer to read more.


Butterfly Rating: 3 Stars

3-stars


Book Boyfriend Rating: 5 stars

5-stars
When Eden and Jericho were together, I knew he was an amazing book boyfriend from the beginning so he is definitely 5/5 stars!


Age Recommendation: 13+

 

 

 

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