Lark has faced fire and water and now must face the third element; air. Air was the element that killed her mother and baby brother while she watched helplessly as a child.
Where Firestorm ended, Windburn picked up smoothly and ran. For me this book may have had a little too much going on in it. New adventure, death, characters from the Rylee series and so much more. At times I had to stop and take a deep breath or wait for the tears to stop blurring my vision.
It was so nice to see Griselda (from the Rylee series) when she was much younger and before the madness set in and the same goes for Jack. It was also to learn more about Peta’s past and to learn how an Element’s guardian is created. I think both this and the Rylee series are intertwined in such a way that even if you have not read the other series you can still understand what is going on in the current read.
I read this as a Kindle and found no formatting errors. Likewise, there were little to no spelling, grammar, or punctuation error to hinder my reading enjoyment. Again, Ms Mayer delivered an amazing story that drew me in right from the start.
I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. I have also purchased the book because I enjoyed it and wanted to add it to my collection of this series. I think the fact that I purchased the book, even though I already had a copy speaks to how well I enjoyed the book and the series.