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A cute and sweet short story. This novella is 64 pages (Nook), so a whole story has to happen from beginning to end, so things moved quickly. I do think I enjoyed Morcant and Leana's story better (The Hunger, Book 3), but I couldn't put this down till I read it from start to finish, so it is enjoyable to read. The only negative I found with it, was when love was mentioned the first time (which I knew had to come at some point). For Stephen I don't think it should have happened as quickly as it did, he ends up acknowledging it so readily. I think I would have believed it more if he realized it when he saw Morvan in bed, sickly. His character's background and his trouble with his anger made it hard to believe he would realize he loved her simply because he couldn't leave the area (even though he tries several times to leave to hunt for his friends). Once he realizes he can't leave Morvan at Ravensclyde, he acknowledges that he loves her. But in the end that is a small negative, the plot was enjoyable and I look forward to book 4.