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The only man she's ever loved Inspired by the star crossed tale of Tristan and Eseult this is the story of the legend’s true heroine Branwen For fans of Graceling and The Mists of Avalon this is the first book of a lush fantasy trilogy about warring countries family secrets and forbidden romance. Title Sweet Black WavesSeries Sweet Black Waves 1Author Kristina P rez Release date May 5 2018Cliffhanger YesTime stood still There was no blood or fire no Iveriu or Kernyv There was only this only this kissI ve been trying to figure out what to rate this book ever since I finished yesterday and I think that deep down I want to rate this one star but I can t bring myself to do it The writing is truly captivating and masterfully done and for the uality alone it deserves five stars This is what keeps bouncing back and forth in my brain and I can t seem to come up with a decision for either that seems fair What I do know is that you can t read this book and feel nothing It s a tragic nightmare wrapped inside of a heavenly dream It s royalty pirates magic secrets ill fated love and icy foreboding like a chill down your spine With each page the tension ratchets until you re at an unbearable level It s not a matter of if something bad will happen it s whenThe story starts out innocently enough with a blissfully romantic attraction to a stranger who washes up on shore Delivered by those deceptively sweet black waves This attraction uickly turns to despair after discovering that this dashing man who recites poems and looks at her with longing is her kingdom s enemy He is from Kernyv whom her people bitterly feud with His countrymen were responsible for her parents murder so you can see why she is torn about helping this man who hides out on her shores But after some time there is a softening of her pride and barriers She sees beyond prejudices and long standing hatred and he fills her with a pure love that she never could have anticipated And I felt their passion Their desire to let the world fall away and sit in their own private corner and pretend that tomorrow wasn t going to bring heartache Tantris brought something alive inside her Something that couldn t be contained True love was powerful than death or dishonorIn the beginning Lady Branwen was the most mature out of the two cousins always watching over her princess Eseult and trying to keep her out of trouble in a maternal way However as the book wore on I began to get very frustrated with both girls Eseult most of all as her childish and self centered behavior was revealed in full color You would see glimpses of a loyalty and love that she tried to express but they were short and insufficient to convince me that she deserved the devotion that Branwen bestowed upon her She was bratty churlish and unable to forgive anyone for the duty she was expected to fulfill At one point she was even willing to sacrifice her life in order to save Branwen but even that didn t redeem her She proved with her defiant actions in the end that her own happiness was the only thing of importance As Essie became the symbol for uniting their two kingdoms in peace her impulses threatened that fragile tie to snap at any moment Branwen progressively started to make rash and foolish decisions as she tried to keep the engagement from falling apart So much heartache and despair could have been prevented if she had just decided to trust the man she supposedly loves and was honest with him Her secrets her plotting to solve everything all on her own despite being strongly advised NOT to made me scream at my kindle in frustration Her unbending loyalty to her cousin was like an albatross weighing down every decision she made And as she was entrusted with powers from the Otherworld there were hints of darkness fighting to come out Here s the thing I was along for this ride and loving every minute even when times started getting tough The angst and suspense was pulling me along by my shirt collar and I was running trying to keep up And then the ending happened ThatEnding That ending that ripped out my heart threw it in a blender and made a milkshake of destruction out of it I was enraged I m STILL raving mad and wishing I could rewind time and smack myself silly for doing this to myself WHY THIS COULD HAVE BEEN PREVENTED Truth honesty transparencyTRUST And yet the one victim who had their free will taken away was blamed and discarded Out of everybody only Tristan was pure of heart and caught in this tempest that he had nothing to do with From the beginning to the end I loved him In the end his loss hurt me the most Not one book comes to mind that came close to making me as angry as this one and yet it would be wrong of me to say I hated this story That would be careless and simply untrue But I think it s going to take me a long time to get over this ending and right now as I m still recovering in this momentmy rage wins out With the revelations that were unearthed Wild Savage Stars promises to be another bumpy ride Do I really want to willingly seat myself into the madness again This is a trilogy and for once I m thinking that all three books will be necessary in order to complete this story The hopelessness we were left with seems insurmountable Call me crazy but I don t think I m going 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Sweet Black Waves

Ingly saves the life of her enemy he awakens her ancient healing magic and opens her heart Branwen begins to dream of peace but the princess she serves is not so easily convinced Fighting for what's right even as her powers grow beyond her control will set Branwen against both her best friend and. wow I m really emotional don t miss out on this one RTC update SWEET BLACK WAVES is the first in a fantasy trilogy THANK GOD

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Not you without me not me without youTwo proud kingdoms stand on opposite shores with only a bloody history between them As best friend and lady in waiting to the princess Branwen is guided by two principles devotion to her homeland and hatred for the raiders who killed her parents When she unknow. I received this book for free as part of BookSparks YA Summer Reading ChallengeOmg this was so amazing I don t know why people aren t talking about this book This could have totally been one of those super hyped YA books This is a retelling of the popular Tristan and Iseult myth which I have to admit I ve never even heard of So going into this book I didn t have any expectations about the retelling aspect since I knew nothing about the story I went into the book completely blind as to what might happen I wanted to be completely surprised by it What I got was a roller coaster of a story This book took me on a wild ride and I loved every second of it It was beautiful yet tragicFor some reason the book reminded me a lot of the CW show Reign The mood and atmosphere were somewhat similar but mainly the sense of duty that Branwen had to her land reminded me a lot of the women on that show I loved the blend of fantasy and royalty It was a very ethereal combinationThe writing style is wonderful Kristina Perez spins a beautifully written tale that is just as magical as the story itself Since this is the first book in a trilogy a lot of this book was set up but it was still very enjoyable to read I still found it to be very exciting and I was throughly engaged the entire time I loved the notes that the author included at the end about the language used and the source material You can tell a lot of research went into writing this book so I appreciate that The author even included a glossary and a list of the characters which made reading this book so easy There is also a map but I had an ARC so mine didn t have it but I ve seen it in a preview and the map is gorgeous Overall I was blown away by this book and will definitely be continuing the trilogy If you re looking for a new spellbinding YA fantasy series then read this The Book of Ivy (The Book of Ivy, them As best friend and lady in waiting Truly Wilde to VEGAN ganz anders the princess Branwen is guided by Albert Reynolds two principles devotion An Infamous Army (Alastair, to her homeland and hatred for Score! the raiders who killed her parents When she unknow. 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10 thoughts on “Sweet Black Waves

  1. says:

    i am so conflicted right now on one hand this story is really enjoyable to read i have a weak spot for forbidden romances an

  2. says:

    I received this book for free as part of BookSparks’ YA Summer Reading ChallengeOmg this was so amazing I don’t know why people

  3. says:

    A very realistic conversation between me and this book Me Feuding kingdoms you say?Sweet Black Waves Oh yes But let me wa

  4. says:

    wow I’m really emotional don’t miss out on this one RTC update SWEET BLACK WAVES is the first in a fantasy trilogy THANK GOD

  5. says:

    I want to sail away on those sweet black waves Sail away to romance and wild magic and chivalrous tournaments and shipwrecks and oh yes danger a

  6. says:

    ODAI ETI AMAI hate and I love I loved so many elements of this Tristan and Isolde retelling particularly those to do with the Celtic inspired mythology and magic The story notwithstanding I could walk around in this coastal setting of medieval Ireland and experience the whimsy of Otherworld creatures and magical lore all day It’s

  7. says:

    It’s 330 am i am sitting at work trying not to cry or tear my heart out because this book completely ruined me I felt as sick as branny did at the end when it all just went down This story was beautiful haunti

  8. says:

    Title Sweet Black WavesSeries Sweet Black Waves #1Author Kristina Pérez Release date May 5 2018Cliffhanger YesTime stood still There was no blood or fire no Iveriu or Kernyv There was only this only this kissI've been trying to figure out what to rate this book ever since I finished yesterday and I think that deep down I want to rate this one star but I can't bring myself to do it The writing is truly captiva

  9. says:

    I read SWEET BLACK WAVES during a coastal retreat in the PNW this past winter and it was the peeeeeeeeerfect location to become entrenched in the lands of Iveriu and Kernyv and this stunner of a story It's stunning and lus

  10. says:

    I won this at a give away by the author Amy Trueblood and I am over the moon Her post it note is a keeper Signed by Amy I am screami

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