Published by Author Revolution LLC on December 1 2020
Also by this author: Secret Legacy (The Windhaven Witches, #1), Soul Legacy (The Windhaven Witches #2), Haunted Legacy
Genres: Urban Fantasy
How do you break a family curse set by the Fates themselves?
The Blackwood family curse is closing in on Autumn. No matter where she goes, the tattered red threads of the Moirai follow her. It’s only a matter of time and she’ll join the early grave of so many Blackwoods before her. What’s worse, the curse is expanding and threatening to take more lives.
Expelled from his birthright for loving a necromancer, Wade is now a completely mortal—and vulnerable human. If he dies, there’s no coming back because not even Autumn can save him when fate and death conspire.
After an eye-opening revelation, Autumn realizes everything about her crazy, supernatural life has been built on a lie. And that lie is about to wipe out her entire lineage forever. With time running out, will Autumn find a way to appease the Fates and break the curse?
Thank you to the author for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Cursed Legacy by Carissa Andrews is the last book in The Windhaven Witches series and it has some great things in store for you. Since this is the fourth book, saying too much about the story might spoil the others. If you haven’t read them, I suggest starting with Secret Legacy.
The last book left us with a lot of questions and even some of the questions from the first book are finally answered. Autumn finds out more about her family and the curse, and she has to find a way to break it. All of the characters, both major and support, have to work together to get through this. Autumn’s mom makes a surprising return too. Even now, Autumn and Wade are still growing as characters, which is a feat after three books.
The story ended with a great climax. I don’t want to spoil anything, but this battle is really two steps up from what you’ve seen in the previous books. There are twists, tragedy, courage, and a lot more. Andrews upped the stakes a number of times, just in this book. Once you start reading, you’ll want to get to the end right away. She absolutely doesn’t pause on the action and tension.
I give Cursed Legacy five stars. It’s a worthy ending to a great series. Fans of urban fantasy won’t be let down. I really enjoyed this book and the whole series and I think you will too.