ARC Review: Descendant of Chaos by M. Sinclair

Overall: 4/5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Steam: 2/5 🔥🔥
Feels: 😮☹️🤨😏🤭🤔

Tear jerker: No
Paranormal/Fantasy: Yes
Location: Seattle, WA
Character age range: late teens, early 20s
Lead: Nova
Love interest(s): RH – Fox, Cassian, River, Everett, August, Rowan
HEA: HFN with cliffhanger

Kindle Unlimited: Yes
Audible: No
Series: Yes
1. Descendant of Chaos – release 08/22/19
2. Descendant of Blood – TBD

~QD 🔥~
Sex/kink type: manual, oral
Possible triggers: assault, graphic violence, mention of torture, familial betrayal, murder

The Quick and Dirty: 1 witch
⚡️ + 6 sexy mages + some serious family skeletons☠️  + hidden identities😎 = DRAMA! And the makings of a great series!

Nova is the heir of the Seattle witch coven and she does her best to maintain the decorum that her father expects of her, even as he continually belittles her. When six mages show up at Nova’s high school, she can’t seem to resist the attraction she feels toward them even though her father has warned her away from mages for as long as she can remember. When secrets about her father are unearthed she thinks that they are the worst of her worries but nothing and no one are as they seem. Most of all herself. Nova will need to discover who she really is and her true power in order to overcome the challenges ahead of her. Lucky for her, she has 6 sexy mages to help her!

The story arc is really interesting especially as we discover who Nova really is,  and I like how the author developed the relationship between Nova and the guys. Her interactions with Everett especially are HOT! Outside of the relationship piece however, the book felt a bit rushed and I found the overall tone of the book changed a few times, like the book had trouble finding its identity. Sometimes the tone was serious and at other times when I felt a situation should have warranted seriousness, the issue was approached in a very light and whimsical way. There were pieces that felt less organic or left me a bit confused (though to be fair, I was easily able to set it aside and continue on the story). Overall small issues in an otherwise good read, and ultimately I’m really excited to find out what happens next and whether Nour and Ramsey are a part of that!

** I was provided an ARC of this book in return for a voluntary and honest review.**

Stay away from mages.
It was a singular phrase my father had ingrained in me from the time of my birth.

Sorry, dad. I have a feeling that is going to be a f*cking problem.
You have to understand… my life has been bland at best. Everything in my life, every single day, has been scripted, organized, and neat. Calm, cool, and collected. The problem? It wasn’t real.

I wasn’t like the other witches in my father’s coven. I had a chaotic storm growing inside of me and the moment these mages stepped into the picture, it began to escape. My perfect image of my life shattered. Everything seemed to pale in comparison to them. Their magic was exotic and powerful. Their pull on me nearly… well, magical.

But what are these men hiding? Why are they in Seattle at my high school? More importantly, what in the heck do they want with me? I have a feeling nothing will ever be the same after meeting them.
They say it only takes a singular moment to change everything.
No one tells you what to do after!

Join Nova on her 9 book series adventure! Book 1 contains a very small cliff hanger that simply pushes the plot along. This Fantasy slow/medium burn RH contains several dark themes that readers should be aware of: swearing (I know surprising, right?), gore, violence, assault, PTSD, and sexual themes suitable for +18. Additionally, this book does have mature m/m themes that develop over time.


Author of Ashes & Bones (Amazon Bestseller Top #100 in Fantasy Romance!)
M. Sinclair is a Chicago native, parent to 3 cats, and can be found reading almost every moment of the day… yes, that includes while at work. Despite being new to publishing, M. Sinclair has been writing for nearly 10 years now. Currently, in love with the Reverse Harem genre, she plans to publish an array of works that are considered romance, suspense, and horror within the year. She also believes that there is enough room for all types of heroines in this world and that being saved is as important as saving others. So be a princess and a warrior!

Just remember to love cats… that’s not negotiable.







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