Friday, 8 February 2019

Review of Fate Surrendered by L. Danvers

Gregory's life is on the line. And Daphne will have to do the unthinkable to save him...

Exchanging her white gown for a black one, Princess Daphne returns to the castle for a funeral, leaving Gregory behind. But the body count quickly rises, and there's no question as to who's behind it.

Sir Hartley presents her with a sinister choice: marry him or have Gregory's head delivered to her on a platter. With Gregory's fate in her hands, Daphne surrenders to the life her father had planned for her, swearing herself to Sir Hartley. It's not long, though, before his reign of terror begins.

No longer able to stand witness to these horrors, Daphne devises a plan to overthrow her tyrannical husband. But he'll do anything to try to keep his place on the throne. Even if that means killing her.

My Review: 5 stars
I loved the first book and wanted to pick up the next in the series. I adore Daphne, and her will to do what's right both for herself, but also for her people. This book was just as fast-paced as the first, just as engaging, with the angst and threat to Gregory's life coming for a position Daphne is forced into. I loved this book and plan to pick up the third in the series as well. It's a fast read, but definitely an enjoyable one! Highly recommended!

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