This book was....
I mean I was pleasantly surprised that I enjoyed it. I thought some parts were slower than other but in no way did that take anything away from it. Once it got going I found it to be irresistibly entertaining.
I appreciated how there was no Insta-Love connection between the two main characters. The author took her time letting them adjust to the setting and surroundings, especially in the new "situation" they found themselves in. With the romance being so subtle, we got to learn more about the culture and political aspects of the story. While their love was building, the plot was thickening, leading us to one hell of a twist.
There's action and betrayal. A slow burning, believable romance and an unpredictable ending that will have readers craving more. I'm very pleased with this lovely and thrilling start to a new series, and I'm interested to see what the next installment has in store for us.
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