There are zero speed bumps in The Morning Flower (or what I lovingly call it… Ulla’s Ultroneous Adventures)! Amanda Hocking puts the action pedal to the metal!

I ❤❤❤ the Trylle and Kanin series… but I ❤❤❤❤❤ the Omte Origins! There is just something about Ulla that connects directly to my heart. She doesn’t fit in a standardized societal mold – Ulla is taller, stronger, curvier… her features are not symmetrical, her hair is crazy, and she was orphaned as a child… she is also a study in contrasts. Ulla is independent, but loves socializing. She is confident in her intelligence, but not completely at ease with her image. She is passionate (… Jem-Kruk… Pan 😉), but hesitant to let go. Ulla’s character is as multi-faceted as the series while managing to share the spotlight with the other equally diverse cast. Finally, a heroine who creates her own due North – no apologies, few regrets, and catnip to more than a fair share of trolls. If readers can’t understand the perfection in perceived imperfection then they don’t deserve to celebrate Omte Awesomeness!

Though I am excited for the third book to drop, I’m also sad that such a unique series is coming to an end. Bravo AH!!!

Five months… Just FIVE more months until the series (and world) finale!!! I am including Amazon links to the trilogy below (The Ever After drops January 5, 2021! Use the link to preorder NOW!!!). As always, if you would like to receive an email when I post new reviews, Subscribe Now!