The Royal Trials, Imposter.
Written by Tate James.
I have waited for this book for some time, and finally got the chance to read it today. And it was good, totally worth the wait.
You will meet Rybet Waise, a thief and a mercenary. She has to save a friend from the dungeons of the royal palace. Should be easy for someone with her skill set.
Only she finds herself pulled into the Royal Trials, a competition to find a wife for one of the princes. It should be easy to get out of there, right?
The trials aren’t what they look like to the outside, behind every smile and polished face there is a terrible truth. Because if you fail these trials, you don’t go home, you don’t even make it out of the palace alive.
When the harsh reality sinks in, Rybet needs every skill she has to stay alive.
She has to deal with people wanting her dead, her boss wanting her to succeed for his own goals and keeping herself alive to get out if this mess. How will she survive?
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Anaya’s Pride Books One and Two, written by Chloe Cole. This review is about both of the books.
Meet Anaya, a lioness with a different personality than all the other blonde skinny lionesses, that want the attention of the king and his sons.
A terrible sickness killed a number of lionesses. So the king found a way to keep the lion bloodline strong, by filling his harem with women. There is an selection and her dad and mom wants her in the mix. All the girls who are of age are invited. So she and her younger sister, who isn’t of age yet, Iris attend the ball hoping that one of the princes of the king take a liking to Anaya and choose her to be their mate. Only for the king to choose her, the highest honor there is. Everyone is shocked to see a girl like Anaya be chosen by the king. Even Anaya doesn’t really know what happened. Now she needs to be trained by the Saint John brothers, four handsome lions who train the girls who will be part of the Kings harem in the ways of seduction.
A job the brothers love until they have to teach Anaya a few things.
Everything changes for them when they meet her. They are captivated when they see her and can’t get enough of her. There is only one big problem, the king has secrets that the Saint John brothers want to reveal to the world. Now they need to protect Anaya and find a way to keep their pride together. Only will they survive the secrets that go around, will they stay together and fix everything.
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Legacy, the second book in the Last Princess by A.M. Hardin. Cherish and her guards are on the run. Forced to flee after the actions of her brother Forrest, they arrive at Andrei’s grandmothers home. But she isn’t a knitting granny, no sir. His grandmother is the leader of the resistance in her village, questioning the roles of those around them, Cherish’s father (though they did not dislike him). Cherish is thrown into the idea that in order to better her kingdom she will need to take up the mantle of queen and have faith in herself.
Since arriving at her home, Cherish had been satisfied in just being the princess in name and not having to worry about it in actions as much. But with the new turn of events, she has to take on all the politics and the kingdom. But can she overcome what Forrest is trying to do? He has deemed her a traitor and how many people are going to believe him over her, since she is only half human. What new obstacles will occur and since Cherish isn’t the traitor to the kingdom or the rebels, she will have to learn fast who is a traitor to her.
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Marked the first in the Last Princess by A.M. Hardin. Cherish is almost 18 and in that whole time has considered herself pretty normal. But as her birthday has drawn closer she has started to seeing glimmers around people. But with three months left in school, three new students enroll. Cherish is having issues with her boyfriend. He has decided that he doesn’t want to be with Cherish anymore, but seems to have forgotten to tell her. The three guys are some of the most handsome that anyone at school has seen.
Those three guys have a secret of their own. The guys are meant to protect Cherish. They have been looking for her knowing that her 18th birthday was coming up. They are there to stop anyone from hurting her. The guys start focusing on Cherish, much to the disappointment of the other girls at school. But after being attacked at prom, Cherish learns the secret that the guys have been holding on to.
Cherish is the last Elvin princess and her father is looking for her. But Cherish doesn’t really believe them. Can she come to terms with all that she is learning about her new life and what is going on with her?
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From the combined efforts of Skye MacKinnon and Laura Greenwood comes the first in the Seven Wardens Series. From the Deeps follows Macey a Scottish Loch Kelpie Princess living on land for the last three years with her two older twin brothers. Macey, prior to moving to land had her powers locked away by her father since she was going to live among humans. But everything changes when a mysterious fog takes over her cottage and her brothers are knocked unconscious. While staring into the fog she sees eyes staring back at her before she collapses. When she awakes, she finds that she isn’t on the earthly plain anymore, but is someplace else and can’t return home. When she awakes she meets Camdan, Flint and Jared. Each she learns is one of seven wardens that she too is apart of. Cam has control over wind, Flint fire and Jared earth. And the three believe that Macey is the Water that they have been seeking from a prophecy. All that is missing is Lightning, Ice and then Air. Macey is drawn to each of the three and can’t seem to want more each time she is with them. This is a reverse harem book that has so many possibilities.
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