A Book A Day Presents: Color Theory by Renita McKinney
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
If recent events have taught us nothing, then we weren't paying attention. The only thing that can rescue us from the hate that seems intent on suffocating the world is love. Love is the most powerful ally that we have and therein lies the beauty of Color Theory. McKinney has gotten together with some of the most prolific voices in romance to tell a story. A story that consists of many voices united in one inspiring song. Love is raw, real, light hearted, uplifting, sweet, but above all it is powerful. Color Theory is the sound of LOVE.
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Authors Included: Renita McKinney, A.M. Kusi, Anne Welch, Arden Aoide, Blair Babylon, Carmen Cook, C.A. Miconi, Danielle Pearl, Eden Butler, Elizabeth Marx, Janet A. Moto, Kenna Rey, Lori Ryan, M. Jane Colette, Piper Rayne, Shannon Bruno, Sierra Hill, Willow Aster
Auriella and Azrael must travel across Asia and Europe to reach the Inner Sanctuary, the only place they will be safe from the legions who hunt them. Auriella keeps a journal and records stories from the lives of the Watchers who are charged with guarding her to safe passage. Traveling to the legendary land of Ophir they retrieve the golden wedge of Ophir which is a key to open the portal of the Inner Sanctuary.
Betrayed by a Watcher who was sent to protect her, Auriella is captured and comes face to face with the Shadow Queen Hazella. After being tortured by the Legion, Auriella must choose her own death. Unbeknownst to King Erebus, the Shadow Queen, Hazella, offers Auriella a quick, but painful death which will ultimately keep Starfire out of the hands of the Legion.
With time running out, Auriella realizes she must be her own hero, and without her powers, find hidden strength from within to save more than just herself.
Auriella and Azrael are about to face their greatest battle as all the Watchers of the Earth gather to the Eastern Sanctuary to face Erebus and his army. In her first mass warfare, Auriella leads her Watcher kin against invading hordes, human trafficking pirates, Shadow Queens, Shadow Lords and their wolves, and even Erebus himself. Between war plans and raids, Auriella balances wedding plans and brides maids. With old friends and new friends, and each Watcher with their own mystical gifts and unique personalities, Auriella prepares intricate battles against supernatural foes. Auriella and Azrael will soon learn that their forbidden marriage will risk more than just the safety of Starfire.