Friday 5 April 2024

Review of A Dance Of Blood And Destiny by KRS McEntire

Can an exiled princess save a broken kingdom?

The Aolani Kingdom is under attack. If murderous bandits don’t destroy the peaceful and prosperous fae community, then kingdom politics and family drama will. Eighteen-year-old Princess Kaia is done bending to the will of her overbearing mother who thinks an arranged marriage with a powerful elven prince can save the kingdom from being ransacked by assassins, bandits, and rogues. She’s done hiding her forbidden romance with her vampire boyfriend. If Kaia’s father was still around, she suspects he’d grant her the freedom to choose her own path in life and love. But he’s been missing for years and presumed dead. While estranged from the royal family, Kaia learns that information about her father's disappearance might be found on the island of Elderton, where the deadly Eldritch Trials take place. Now Kaia must enter the trials to learn the truth about her father, prove herself a worthy queen, and save her Kingdom from all who stand against it.

My Review: 5 STARS

I picked this up because I've read from this author before and always loved the result. I adored this book, with all the different ways the plot twisted and turned and brought about a delightful ending that left you wanting more from these characters. McEntire has a way of spinning worlds into reality and allows you to get lost in her words. Very much recommended!

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