Rise of Seven Blurb: Memories and magic recovered, Frey is restored to the throne. But as she works to regain control of the North, a small silver dagger nearly brings her end. She raises The Seven of her guard and proves her abilities in order to secure her position. But another attempt on her life, from what appears to be fey, reveals not all are pleased with her return. If she could only figure out the force behind the attacks, she might be able to relax enough to decide what to do about her other problem... Chevelle.
Review: I thought that this was a really nice conclusion to the series. We have come full circle with Frey and we can embrace the leader she was destined to be. It was nice to see the conclusion to many aspects of the series, mainly the relationship between Frey and Chevelle. She goes back and forth through the whole book wondering if they did start a relationship, would that be putting him in danger. Or what would happen to her territory if they did pursue their relationship?
Something that I truly enjoyed in the novel was Frey kind of sticking it to her subjects. When she puts her subjects in their places at the dinner gathering. I definitely was going, "Oh you go girl" at that point in the book! There was plenty of action and romantic tension to keep me entertained and engaged through the entire book. My only complaint is the book does get bland at some points, but not enough that I couldn't jump back into it. I am ready to see what else is up author Melissa Wright's sleeve! Perhaps a story about a certain fae we love in the books?
Oh Yeah Count: 4/5