Title: Bride of the Traitor
Series: Prophecy of Sisters
Book #: 1
Author: Hayley Faiman
Side note: A little novella at the end of the book as a bonus!!
Have I read previous books by this author: No.
Will I read more from this author: Absolutely.
Thoughts on Author: This is the first book I have read by this author and I was definitely not
expecting what I got!! I normally do not read any fantasy/magic books even if
they are romance. When I read the blurb I figured I would give it a try since it
sounded interesting. I absolutely loved it!! The characters personality and their
chemistry was on point!! There is the right amount of charm, magic, romance,
humor, and drama mixed into this one book. I can not wait for book two in this series!!
Kindle Unlimited: Yes.
P.O.V.: Mostly of the two main characters, but other characters have small parts.
I received this ARC in exchange for my honest review.
Sybilla is a normal girl from Portland. She lives a simple life and is close to her three sisters. When Sybilla wakes up in the middle of the night she realizes people are trying to "kidnap" her. Sybilla believes the people who are "kidnapping" her are take cosplay a little two seriously for her liking. She is going to find out that maybe there is more to her simple life in Portland.
King Elias wants to prove to his kingdom he is not the traitor his father was. Being the new King he is being pressured in to finding himself a wife and producing an heir. When someone comes to King Elias they have some news for him. What he is going to find is maybe there is more to life then just being a King and a warrior.
I think everyone one time or another has been embarrassed by a parent. Whether it was when we thought we were cool and our parents did something dorky. Or maybe your parent dressed weird or inappropriate. Maybe we were embarrassed about a parents job or by their actions. What ever the case maybe.
As a parent now I sometimes embarrass my kid. I will definitely be the parent who when their kid does something wrong I will be honking the horn in high school screaming, " Mommy loves you". Yep that is me.
When a parent is embarrassing because they are more worried about themselves then their own children my heart breaks for the child. No matter what age he/she are. As parent's we are suppose to be the adult (when they are around) and set up on a good path. When we deviate from that path and become completely selfish is when the child suffer the most.
Good embarrassment is always fun, but just being completely embarrassing for your own selfish needs isn't. Just saying.
Shh!! Me Time!!