TBR Reviewer: Shyla
I’m all for strong female heroines but I couldn’t connect with Luz. As one of the Macsza women , it’s her duty to mate, marry and produce female children to continue the line of witches. Luz who’s always felt more in line with the masculine, isn’t so sure her destiny lies the same path as her sisters and cousins. When Lu’s niece accidently sends a very important book into a tapestry she is the one selected to go back in time and retrieve it. Her skill
at swordsmanship, and strength make her the perfect candidate to navigate
medieval time period. Luz is excited about her adventure and making progress in hunting down the book when she runs into two problems. A dragon and two knights determined to save her , despite the fact that she doesn’t need saving. Often during this book , I felt like Luz’s bravado, and need to be strong and rebellious, overpowered everything else. I would have liked to experience more of her softer side, so I could feel sympathy for the things she
revealed about her past later in the story. Instead I was left feeling apathetic.
This story had an interesting concept; I just think the characters suffered because the focus was more on the surroundings, and the mission. Ms. Szereto put in a great effort, with a fantastic world, vivid details, and killer background, but Two Knights of Passion still missed it’s mark.