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- File size : 3060 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Wildbloom Press (July 22, 2013)
- Publication date : July 22, 2013
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00E3KE91Y
- Print length : 244 pages
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #327,591 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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After reading the product reviews for this book I was skeptical. So after reading the first book it became like an addiction I just had to know what was going to happen next. As you go further through-out the series your get to know the characters more. There is not a lot of bad language in this series I think I may have found 2 words with in the 5 books I have read. There is also not a lot of the raunchy sex scenes in this book. Both things I found refreshing.
Just a true romance story, personally I truly enjoyed each and every book. I got so swept up in the books I just couldn’t put it down and found myself reading in the wee hours of the morning.
If you love books in a series you will not be disappointed.
Ahhh what an ending!! I was up till 1am because I could not put my Kindle down! Seriously nerve wrecking! The first chapter seemed so ominous and it just got worse and worse...
Sander is attacked and left in a coma with Chey by his side. Unable to locate Mattias to take over the throne until Sander is well everyone's worst nightmare comes true Paavo is now king. Paavo being his sneaky self had everyone believing he had dropped his agenda to split the kingdom into equal parts, goes into attack mode blackmailing the councilmen into swinging in his favor which so sped up the process. Poor Chey Sat at her husband's side for over a week watching the kingdom crumble unable to do anything but sit and wait for Sander to wake up.
Soo much happened in this final book, and it amazed me how well the storyline flowed. My first thought was the book was going to feel cluttered and rushed with all the extra added on, but no it was absolutely perfect. Everything flowed together and not once did I feel any part of the story was being rushed for the fan. I especially loved the ending and how it is left open with soo many possibilities of new stories to come: Mattias and his mystery time away with a love interest, Gunner and Krislin with the arrival of a new baby, Natalia and her mystery Prince and of course Wynn and Leander! So excited and cannot wait for what's to come!! Thanks for a great series Danielle!
my main question, went unanswered. This author just has a way to tell a good story that keeps your attention.
The characters are well developed and the plot moves, so I am rating this book a 4.25.
The strong bond and love between the King and his Queen,Chey is front and center.
Sander's two youngest brothers, get more of a story line in this book. It is interesting to watch the corrupt mind of Paavo at work and to see him square off with Gunnar.
Gunnar has certainly matured through-out the series. If you think of Mattias as a "Man of Mystery", as I do, wait till you read this book.
The author added more depth to this story, as she gave the ladies, Krislan, Natalia, and Wynn more page time with much more important roles. Actually, these ladies, along with Chey, played a crucial part in the Wrath of the King.
So, what is next for Latvala and the mysterious, sexy Mattias?
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The author has written about royal life and it's complexities, in a light hearted way, but still retained a modern view on the dynamic - in no way are you reading with rose tinted glasses on!
I thought that book 4 was the final instalment and didn't think that any threads were left undone, so it was a complete surprise and total accident that I came across the latest instalment. And I'll be damned, she's only left it so there is going to be another book in the offing!!
The story continues with Chey and Sander, but brings in other characters. What lacked in this book was the romance between Chey and Sander, which I honestly loved from book 1. This book is a bit too serious for me with dealing with a political coup and I find Chey's friend - Wynne - far too whimsical for me. Whereas we know so much more about Chey and are invested in her, having her seen her go through the intensity of adapting to royal life.
The reason I know that there are now threads undone, is that Mattias doesn't feature AT ALL in this book. It's really weird and odd and not to character, so clearly there has to be a follow up to explain where he was at whilst his brothers fought between themselves for the kingdom.
Still a light-hearted read and at 200+ pages, it is worthwhile, but now it's stretching it out and at £2.50+ per copy, it's starting to become an expensive "habit".
Can they overcome the threat to their lives and the countries history.
I do hope this is the end, although I get the feeling it isn't.
I know it probably sounds like I'm complaining and think the books are boring.
There not, it's just that the whole story was so long winded.