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Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Review: The Princess by Elizabeth Elliott

Title: The Princess
Author: Elizabeth Elliott
Series: Montagues Series
Publisher: Bantam
Publication Date: June 5, 2018
Pages: 400 pages
Where to buy: Amazon, Kobo
Stars: 5 stars

Summary: From the beloved author of The Warlord and The Dark Knight, an emotional, deeply passionate medieval romance
Married and widowed at a tender age, Princess Isabel Plantagenet understands her duty: to wed a new husband chosen by her father for the purpose of consolidating his power. Faulke Segrave, a rogue suspected of high treason whose past wives died under mysterious circumstances, is hardly suitor material, but his piercing blue eyes spark a fire in Isabel that makes her feel oddly safe and deeply curious. Quite a pair they will make, for she has dark secrets of her own that can never see the light of day.
Faulke does not relish this arrangement any more than his bride does, but he can’t deny his attraction to this poised, beautiful woman whose level gaze and strong command make him ache to have her. Her seduction becomes his conquest, even as deception and murderous scheming draw closer, threatening Faulke’s life, his heritage, and his cherished wife.

Review: When picking this book I had no idea that it was part of a series. The author does a wonderful job of telling this story, but not leaving anything out. The simple fact that she wrote this story to be able to stand alone or in a series is truly remarkable. The medieval romance is just part of this twists and turns. This book is well wrote and hard to put down. I would highly recommend it to anyone.

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