meilufay’s #CBR4 review #62 Master of Crows by Grace Draven
Master of Crows is what Felicia Day would call “vaginal fantasy”. It’s a romance novel set in the context of a fantasy world. The main character, Martise, is a bondswoman who is offered her freedom if she is willing to spy on a renegade sorcerer, Silhara of Neith. I think if you read the description of this book, you will know exactly what you’ll get when you read it. You know Martise is going to fall in love with Silhara and that they will struggle to trust one another for various reasons. This book satisfyingly delivered the experience promised by the premise. It wasn’t necessarily surprising, but it was well-drawn. I became quite attached to the character of Martise and found myself caring about her fate.