Radiance (Wraith Kings Book 1)
Publish date: 2015-01-11
Publisher: Grace Draven
Pages no: 297
Edition language: English
It’s an ok novel and I breezed through it quickly enough. It’s certainly a harmless, fluffy book. But I’m not particularly feeling the need to pick up the next one. It’s a 2.5 star book for sure, enjoyable but only if you don’t think about it.
3.5 Review to come.
3.5 stars. A linear story built around the theme of interracial marriage, with nice characters and a nightmarish mother-in-law. It's indie fantasy (yes, forget about the cover right now), with romance, great culinary twists and balance. The tale flows smoothly and it was exactly the light read I nee...
surprisingly charming romance. felt like all the plot happened in the last 20 min, but very charming.
Radiance begins when Ildiko, a human woman, must marry in order to ally the humans and the Kai together. Brishen, Prince of the Kai, must marry the human woman. These two are not at all attracted to each other. They don't understand one another, and it makes it something they are each dreading when ...
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