Arc Review – Night of the Storm by K.N Lee


June 24, 2016 by ceresbooksworld

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Night of the Storm by K.N Lee

Book two in The Eura Chronicles

Publisher: Captive Quill Press

Publication Date: June 22nd, 2016

Cover Designer: Jennifer Munswami

Source: eArc from the author

Rating: 4 hearts



Lilae escaped slavery, only to find herself still bound to both of her captors. With their hold on her, she risks slipping into a void that can destroy her and her bond with the man she has grown to care for.
While Liam’s home is ravaged by a devastating illness, he struggles with the urge to return and help them, or move forward in saving the world.
The boy king, Wilem finds himself uprooted from the first place he’s felt safe since his kingdom was destroyed. An epic journey across the realm pits him, their fairy guides, and his best friend against ruthless Shadow Elves. His only weapon: a dragon.

While an instant connection sparks between Lilae and Liam, their fragile alliance is threatened by the brewing war on Ellowen as a fallen god sets into motion a series of attacks…and summons an ally more powerful than any of the gods of their world.

Lilae and Liam were born to be strong. But, even the power of their love may not be enough to save them in this epic adventure novel.


Night of the Storm begins just after Rise of the Flame, Liam and Lilae meets finally, and what a meeting! Having been betrayed, Liam meets finally the girl he saw in his dreams. Together, accompanied of Rowe and Delia, they are going to meet new people and also to discover that their travel is going to be full of pitfalls.

The story is told by many characters, Lilae, Liam, Ayoki, Dragnor, Kavien, Aria, Nani and Wilem. It brings different point of view and an overview on the world creates by the author.

Lilae was cursed by Dragnor and now she must suffer, except that Liam doesn’t accept that. He will try his best to protect her and love her. I like Lilae, she’s strong but she knows that her enemies are strong too and well organized. She always wants to help people and that leads her to meet new people and new friend. Her attraction for Liam is very intense, she feels safe with him and I like that.

Liam has difficulty in forgetting the treason of Sona, fortunately his meeting with Lilae is going to allow him to move on. I like very much his protective side to Lilae, I find that very charming and also very sexy.

The relation between Lilae and Liam was already there in the first book but now it’s more important. I don’t know how to explain their relation, it’s in their soul, there are attracted even without really knowing each other’s, I like the fact that it’s their destiny, they are great together, they are complementary and I love them.

I’m impatient to see what Kenya will do with all these amazing characters, we’ve met The Seer, The Steel, and the group is growing slowly and I like that. They are some good people and some evil villains, I didn’t like Sona in the first book and I hate her in the second. She is arrogant, depraved, she has very bad intentions and I would want to see her suffering as ever. I would like whether it is Lilae who kills her slowly.

Kavien is a mystery for me, I don’t know if he’s good or evil, he has some very intense feelings for Lilae but are they sufficient for him. I’m a little afraid of the future with him in it.

Night of the Storm bring us new character, a romance, friendship and a good preparation for the big fight.

Quick Word: An adventure full of action, friendship, love and betrayal.

About the author

K.N. Lee is an award-winning author who resides in Charlotte, North Carolina. When she is not writing twisted tales, fantasy novels, and dark poetry, she does a great deal of traveling and promotes other authors. Wannabe rock-star, foreign language enthusiast, and anime geek, K.N. Lee also enjoys helping others reach their writing and publishing goals. She is a winner of the Elevate Lifestyle Top 30 Under 30 “Future Leaders of Charlotte” award for her success as a writer, business owner, and for community service.

Her works include, Rise of the Flame, The Chronicles of Koa: Netherworld, Dark Prophet, A Gifted Curse, Wicked Webs, Empty Your Heart, Pixie Dust, and the paranormal collection of short stories, Thicker Than Blood.

Author, K.N. Lee loves hearing from fans and readers. Connect with her!




2 thoughts on “Arc Review – Night of the Storm by K.N Lee

  1. The book sounds really nice and the cover looks magical!

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