Author- Breeana Puttroff
Published- February 1st, 2012
E-copy provided by the author for review
So, I read and reviewed book one in the Dusk Gate Chronicles a few months back and I absolutely loved it so, of course, when it came up on a tour site I had to get a spot! The second book, while not as good as the first, definitely did not disappoint!Quinn Robbins has just returned from spending ten days in Eirentheos, a world she had never known existed. Trying to settle back into her familiar life and establish a relationship with her new boyfriend, Zander, is more of a challenge than she ever dreamed it would be.
Things are just beginning to feel normal again when Thomas shows up in her world, and invites her back to Eirentheos for a royal wedding. She's excited at the chance to reconnect with the people and places she had begun to fall in love with.
What she doesn't realize is just how deeply connected with this new world she might become ... and just what old secrets might be beginning to unravel.
The second book in the beloved Dusk Gate series reconnects Quinn with the charming princes, and the pristine world of Eirentheos. From a beautiful royal wedding to a dangerous rescue mission, Quinn's adventures are about to take her life on a course that will change it forever.
I quite like the cover of this book. It is somewhat different from the first, but I think I prefer the simple layout and interesting font. Plus, it is a gorgeous bluey purple color!
I loved getting reunited with all of the awesome characters. Quinn was equally as awesome as in the first book and I absolutely swooned when I finally got to see Will and Thomas again! Having a second book makes me want the Rose family to adopt me even more. They are all kinds of amazing!
I finally got my romantic side fulfilled in this book. Not only does Quinn have a boyfriend on Earth, but she also ends up shacking it up with two other awesome guys in Eirentheos. Thank goodness that it didn't end up becoming a love square..phew!
I definitely think the storyline went much slower in this book than in Seeds of Discovery. There was plenty of action, it just read slower. It definitely held my attention though, no doubt about that.
The book wrapped up quite nicely, but it did end with one of my least favorite things in books...cliffhangers! This one is about the size of Mt. Everest! Thank goodness I have Thorns of Decision on my Kindle ready to be devoured!
Overall, I really enjoyed Roots of Insight. It was just as good as Seeds of Discovery and definitely left me wanting more!