Review of Hanging Pawns by Emersyn Vallis

Four stars

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Description

We all have choices in life… paths to take… roads to follow…. 
It’s on those journeys that fate finds us and takes us where we need to be… Without a second glance we can be taken away from things we know… “people we love” and given a new life… 
One that can change us… save us… 
What would you do if fate dropped you at a crossroads? Would you go back? Or would you run like hell the other way? 

*Author’s Note: This book is told from a different point of view and is said to be more like a prequel to Adjournment. This book will also answer a lot of questions you were left with from Adjournment. Sidney and Simon’s story continues in Sacrifice and End Game.

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Review

Hanging Pawns is the second book in the Fate series. It’s set before Adjournment (the first in the series) and is from Mea’s point of view.

When reading Adjournment I enjoyed Mea’s character and wondered more about her story so it was great to read Hanging Pawns and learn Mea and Josh’s story.

There are some fantastic moments, I love Morgan and Molly! They always put a smile on my face as I read with nervous anticipation, waiting on their next devious plan.

That being said, I felt this story was a little rushed, there seemed to be a big build up in Josh and Mea’s relationship and I was waiting for the explosion between them, but instead it was more of a fizzle. The ending seemed rushed and I would of liked to have read more of Josh and Mea as a couple than as friends, I was also hoping for a scene between Mea and her mother, so I could feel more connected with Mea and her painful past.

I was thrilled to read a little of Simon without Sidney, there is definitely more to the story there and I can’t wait to find out more!

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