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Reviewed by Maureen Dangarembizi for Readers' Favorite
The Price of Silver by Josie Jaffrey is a post-apocalyptic paranormal romance and the second book in the Solis Invicti series. London is walled off, surrounded by millions of Weepers waiting to devour the humans under Silver protection. Emmy is caught in the middle between her loyalty to humans and the friends she’s made in the Silvers. The Silver in Drew’s eyes means they are connected in life and death, yet she finds herself drawn to Sol, the London Primus who couldn’t care less if she lived or died. Her choice seems clear but there is more at stake than she initially thought. Drew’s life is literally tied to her own. As she juggles Silver politics, Emmy must also deal with the human rebels whose ideals she’s not completely opposed to.
The Price of Silver starts off directly after the events of A Bargain In Silver. Josie Jaffrey takes us deeper into the Silver hierarchy and how their society works. The dynamic between the Silver and the humans is also expanded on and the reader will find themselves understanding the motives of both races. I liked the supervillain in this story because he is so unique. They know who he is, know where he is, but he is untouchable. It was one of the most inventive plot twists I’ve ever read. As for Emmy’s love triangle, I think I’m on the Sol team even though I felt sorry for Drew. I can’t wait to get my hands on the third book to see how everything turns out. This plot just keeps getting thicker and thicker.