Book Review: Shadow of the Mark – Leigh Fallon

Shadow of the Mark (Carrier, #2)
Their love could destroy them all.

Through the ages, Marked Ones have harnessed the powers of the four elements:  Water, Fire, Earth, and Air.  Much about the elements is shrouded in mystery, but one thing is certain:  A relationship between two Marked Ones has the potential to cause widespread devastation.

Megan and Adam—Air and Water—are determined to defy the risks.

But the power that swirls inside Megan is growing in twisted ways.  And the closer she is to Adam, the closer Megan comes to unleashing a dark force that could spell destruction for the entire Marked line.

3/5 stars (liked it)
I liked this second book better than the first one.  I think that is the case with a lot of series book; the first one has a lot of character development and introducing the reader to the world.  This one stars off where the last one left off.  Adam and Megan are “forbidden” from having a relationship, but they don’t listen to that.  They just hope that something in the scrolls can allow them to be together.  But every time they are physical bad things happen.  This book explains a lot of things about the Order, the Knox and the Marked ones of the past.  I’m curious to see where the next book will lead.  This book also introduced a couple of new characters as well as had more of previous characters.

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