This was another good book in the Dominion series, and this time it was back in Seiran’s POV.
Much like the other books, this one was fairly slow-paced and focused on the characters for most of the book, especially Seiran’s relationship with Gabe and Seiran’s mental health, but there was a general feeling of something being wrong, and then right near the end, the bad guy showed up and things happened. Also like the other books, even though there was a small problem in Seiran and Gabe’s relationship and Seiran still had some anxiety struggles, everyone was super supportive. And despite the climax with the bad guy, this was ultimately a positive, somewhat fluffy book. (These books are never as intense or dramatic as the blurbs make them sound.) Admittedly, it did feel a bit repetitive since it followed the same general formula as the other books, but it was still enjoyable to read.
Things in the overall story (the Dominion, the Ascendance, getting equal rights and treatment for male witches) did move forward some at least. And one difference between this and previous book was that there was less Jamie and Kelly. Seiran also had his mental illnesses under control more, though that was partially due to his mental connection with Gabe and Gabe’s powers.
Overall, despite being a bit repetitive, this was another enjoyable book about likeable supernatural characters in a series that includes lots of mental illness rep and some terrible situations but still manages to stay light and positive overall.
Fans of Books 1-3 in Lissa Kasey's Dominion Series. Fans of character-focused m/m urban fantasy with witches and vampires. Anyone who likes books with struggles and/or mental illness but also lots of positivity and support, plus a bit of fluffiness, to balance it out.