Book Review: Forgotten Truth by Dawn Cook

This third book of the enchanting Truth Series is a tale of magic and love. Alissa is the only student living in the Hold, learning a millennium’s worth of magic from the last surviving Master. Even shape-shifting to her dragon-like raku form is becoming second nature. But when a spell goes awry, Alissa is transported back four centuries to an era when the Hold and its city thrive with magic students and their tutors. Separated from the man she loves by four hundred years, Alissa’s distress and confusion are causing her to lose control of her shape-shifting. If she can’t return to her own time, Alissa will be permanently transformed into her bestial form with no memory of her human life–or her love.
I’m really enjoying this series. Forgotten Truth, the 3rd book in the series, involves time travel and finally gives me a reason to like Lodesh or at least feel compassion towards him. It sets up a love triangle for the 4th book. I’m interested to see where this story goes and hope there is a happily ever after for all the characters although I’m definitely rooting for Strell.

Content: Clean

Rating: 4.5 Stars

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