Title: The Morning Flower
Series: The Omte Origins #2
Author’s Name: Amanda Hocking
Publisher: Wednesday Books
Genre: YA Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 352 Pages
ISBN: 1250204283 (ISBN13: 9781250204288)
Author or Book Website: http://hockingbooks.com/
Link to Amazon purchase page: The Morning Flower
Link to Goodreads: The Morning Flower
Release Date: August 4, 2020
How I Got the Book: ARC
Summary of the Book:
New York Times bestselling author Amanda Hocking returns to the magical world of the Trylle with The Morning Flower, the second book in the Omte Origins arc.
Nestled along the bluffs of the forested coast lays the secret kingdom of the Omte—a realm filled with wonder… and as many secrets.
When Ulla Tulin took her internship at the Mimirin, the only mystery she thought she’d have to solve was that of her birth parents. After a girl named Eliana gets kidnapped while in her care, Ulla knows she has to find out the truth of who Eliana really is—and the only way to do that means traveling to the Omte capital, the place she suspects her mother is from.
Ulla didn’t expect that when she arrived she would discover the identity of a Skojare man who crossed paths with her mother—a man who could very well be her father. When the head of the Mimirin learns Ulla’s father is connected to the Älvolk, a secret society who believes they were tasked with protecting the First City and the only ones who know its location, he sends Ulla and Pan to Sweden where they find him living among the Älvolk. But all is not what it seems with the Älvolk and their urgent quest to find the Lost Bridge to the First City leaves Ulla feeling uneasy—and possibly in danger.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I was excited to get a copy of this book so I could find out what happened to Ulla and continue her journey. The story picks up where the last one. Ulla and Pan are traveling to the capital city. They are looking for more information on Ulla’s parents. This is a lot of mystery and secret to be discovered in this book. I want to talk about all the things I love about this, but I don’t want to ruin it for anyone else. The story is so well done that I feel like I am on the journey with them and they pull at my heart with each step. I am more then ready for the last book in this trilogy.
My Rating of the Book: 4 1/2 Stars