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Reviewed by Viga Boland for Readers' Favorite
What a pleasure to be given the opportunity to review Equinox, the second book of the riveting Alessandra Legacy Trilogy by K.W. Keith. Never before have I so eagerly anticipated finding out where an author would take her protagonists after their passionate hookup in the first book, Solstice. Solana and Raine's brief, whirlwind relationship in Solstice portended dangerous encounters of every kind ahead, and K.W. Keith doesn't disappoint. Just as she did at the end of Solstice, the author has left me intrigued and impatient to see what happens next. Many authors manage to do that chapter by chapter in one book, but it takes great writing skill to do that from book to book. K.W. Keith has that skill by the bucket-load.
If you haven't read Solstice, you should: you'll be better prepared for what happens in Equinox when the stunningly gorgeous, yet very human Solana Trent takes on the secretive career role into which the powerful Raine Mathieson has plunged her. While she fulfills the job requirements in every way he expects of her, and charms everyone in the process, Solana is mentally torn between the love she has for Raine and the mistrust and doubts incessantly planted in her mind by Cavi. Who is Cavi? He is Raine's right-hand man: he is handsome, ambitious, calculating and misogynistic. Both Raine and Solana trust Cavi. Should they?
The world inhabited by Solana, Raine, Cavi and all the other characters in Equinox is a glitzy, high-powered, lustful and ruthless one. It's the world of the very wealthy, complete with expensive fancy cars, palatial homes, beautiful women dripping in diamonds and draped in designer clothes. It's a world where every man is out for himself and doesn't hesitate to eradicate anyone or anything standing in his way. K.W. Keith knows this world and knows how to write about it in a way that keeps readers enthralled and turning pages. Can love survive in this self-centred world? Can good really conquer evil? K.W. Keith is going to make us wait to find out in her final book of the trilogy: Supernova. I'm already shallow-breathing in anticipation!