The Artist's Masquerade
A huge bonus was I honestly didn't think Cathal could be so love ...more
This was everything I could have wanted for Cathal and more. I love that he saw more than the surface of ...more
First of all I’ll be honest: I expected book#2 to be about Etan and Tristan (whom I've been liking as characters and as a potential couple since they met in book#1) so when I found out it was going to be instead about Cathal, Etan’s older brother, and Flavian, a new character altogether, I was kind of put off. ...more
I really liked this sequel to “The Prince’s Consort”. It was good to visit Phillip and Amory again. I thought that both Cathal and Flavian were great as the MCs. Flavian, I liked early on. Cathal, grew on me as the story progressed. The story itself kept me entertained from start to finish. All in all, a good addition to the Chronicle of Tournai. Am looking forward to reading the next one in the series.
Author – Antonia Aquilante
Star rating - ★★★★★
No. of Pages – 300
Cover – Stunning!
POV – 3rd person, past tense, multiple POV (Predominantly Cathal and Flavian, which small instances of Philip, Amory)
Would I read it again – Yes.
Genre – LGBT, Fantasy, Adventure, Romance
** I WAS GIVEN THIS BOOK, BY THE AUTHOR, IN RETURN FOR AN HONEST REVIEW **
Honestly, I was surprised that this story came before Etan's. At the end of book 1, we didn't leave Cat ...more
I almost didn't read the first book in the Tales from Tournai series, The Prince's Consort. After I finished that installment, I was happy I hadn't listened to my friend who DNFed it. Now that I have read book two in the series, I am doubly happy and eager for book three. Afterall, Aquilante has a sad to resolve. Poor Eton, but I digress.
For full review see Prism Book Alliance® http://www.prismbookalliance.com/?p=4...
She has a fondness for travel (and a long list of ...more