Grief by Taea Edwards

How much hope does it really take to pull someone off the edge? Amara Brayleigh has been on her own for seven years, eaten away by the death of her mother and plagued by magically-induced nightly terrors, until the day an entirely infuriating and overly-persistent Sloane Randall shoves his nose into her life. With him, Amara finds herself following down a path that was long suggested for her but that she never intended to follow. When the oncoming civil war that has shaken up her realm ultimately threatens the stable life that Amara has clawed her way to, she must choose between starting completely new elsewhere or following Sloane into the territory of battle. Only, the longer Amara sticks around, the more she learns firsthand the brutal sides of the history she had always read about, the intricacies of war, and whether or not she deserves a place among it. Follow a story where words strike deeper than blade, magic has a mind of its own, and one girl is forced to confront her grief even when life seems to always be two steps ahead of her. Amara will have to make all of the choices she has desperately been avoiding: Isolation or trust, magic or denial, and her great, daunting past or her ever-important future.


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