The Prince's Son (The Five Kingdoms #2)

Nessa Haddo has been raised to pursue what every young noblewoman needs a suitable husband Unfortunately for her, as a younger twin, her prospects are limited Things start to look up when she lays eyes on the handsome foreign envoy sent to escort her sister to an arranged marriage, but her romantic fantasies quickly entangle her in events beyond her darkest nightmaresessa Haddo has been raised to pursue what every young noblewoman needs a suitable husband Unfortunately for her, as a younger twin, her prospects are limited Things start to look up when she lays eyes on the handsome foreign envoy sent to escort her sister to an arranged marriage, but her romantic fantasies quickly entangle her in events beyond her darkest nightmares.Compared to his last mission, ex spy Rustam Chalice s new assignment sounds simple wrangle an unwieldy bridal caravan across a mountain range populated by bandits, trolls, werecats, and worse, try to cajole a traumatized princess out of her self imposed isolation, and arrive on time for the politically sensitive wedding What could possibly go wrong Meanwhile, Lady Risada the woman who haunts Rustam s dreams is struggling to adjust to a normal life All her carefully honed assassin s instincts scream warnings of foul play, yet she can find nothing obviously amiss.And deep in the halls of a mountain clan, an old enemy plucks his victims strings with expert malice.
The Prince s Son The Five Kingdoms Nessa Haddo has been raised to pursue what every young noblewoman needs a suitable husband Unfortunately for her as a younger twin her prospects are limited Things start to look up when she lays eye

  • Title: The Prince's Son (The Five Kingdoms #2)
  • Author: Deborah Jay
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 459
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “The Prince's Son (The Five Kingdoms #2)”

    1. This book started out a tad slow for my tastes. It was the classic romance-heavy fantasy story at the beginning: two people pining for their impossible love, a girl envious of her sister's happily ever after, and romance out the wazoo.The story picked up at about the 20% mark, and it kept up a steady pace all the way to the end. The characters were well-written and fleshed out, and the book was beautifully free of grammar mistakes, punctuation errors, and typos (a personal pet peeve of mine).I g [...]

    2. The Prince's Son is, of course, the sequel to The Prince's Man.I read The Prince's Man last year and found it to be a solid book:"This newly created world is firm, there are no gaps or jumps of reasoning. One creature, idea, magic or bit of history flows right into the next. Characters that appear substantial at the beginning of the book do nothing but grow and evolve as their backstory unfolds behind them.This is solidly written fantasy tale." -myself on The Prince's Man last yearThis sequel, b [...]

    3. Uncaged Book Reviews:This story truly revolves around three main groups, all interconnected. The Prince and his pregnant wife Lady Risada, the Prince’s son, Rustam who is charged with escorting a bridal caravan to its destination, where the oldest Haddo twin, Julin will be getting married. With her is her maid Enya, and her twin sister Nessa. Along the way, the girls are kidnapped and they soon discover some of their most horrifying days, and some of their most amazing discoveries.This story h [...]

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