The Traitor's Kingdom
A new queen under threat.
An ambassador with a desperate scheme.
Two kingdoms with everything to lose.
Once a spy and counselor to the throne, Sage Fowler has secured victory for her kingdom at a terrible cost. Now an ambassador representing Demora, Sage is about to face ...more
However, I will say, I wanted to shake people in this story and hug them and laugh with them. There was a whole lot of plotting and treatying and reveals!
The writing was just as good as the other books! The world is one filled with political intrigue and about women standing up for themselves and most of ...more
Sage is now an Ambassador representing Demora in talks with Kimisara to avoid a war and Alex is now a Major leading the Norsari that are tasked with protecting her ...more
This was a great conclusion to the trilogy. The characters were well-developed and we switch between a couple third person POVs to help keep things interesting. The romance is still bomb af and the plot is full of traitors, conspiracies, assassination attempts, and other such fun things. We got some new characters and further insight into some old characters which was interesting. Honestly, I know t ...more
This is not my usual choice of reading currently, as a few years ago I was a little less picky. There’s is no magic, and it is heavily focused on politics (as well as romance) which is something that doesn’t appeal to me anymore. But that being said I feel like Erin was still able to write this story in a way that can be entertaining for many readers.
What drew me into the series was the big plot tw ...more
Intense, adventurous and an incredibly gripping story. I will surely miss this series.
Sage (turns 19) and Alex (23) in this book are still so good together, especially when they get on the same page. They both challenge and support each other, and it works. Clare drove me crazy in this bo ...more
This book was so hard for me to finish, not because it was bad or DNF in any way, but because I love the universe and the main characters so much. When I first started this series last year, I couldn't believe that I had never heard of it before. Looking at the series from the beginning to the end, it's unbelievable that it could be so cohesive yet simultaneously, such divergence from the original content. The character growth is also insane, Sage from the first book to now is almost com...more
Even though this trilogy is done, I would like to unpack some points about this series. The first point conce ...more
With that being said there are just enough perfect ...more
This one started off a bit slow for me...it almost felt very forced. As if the plot line was there but readers needed to be pushed into it? I don’t know how to describe it. Halfway through, though, things improved for me. The typical fast pace, twists and turns, and political intrigue were all there keeping me hooked until the very end!
I was a bit annoyed th ...more
But it was worth it.
I loved this series for how out of the norm it is, Sage isn’t a princess, Alex isn’t a prince they are just people trying so the right and it’s so refreshing. I loved how I didn’t even need to a reread before diving it, but now I want to. Because I just closed the book and I already miss them.
I connected to Sage a lot in the book ...more
I would give this book and the series a 3.5 out of 5 overall. I had not read the series before receiving the arc so this gave me an opportunity to read all three of them at one time.
I enjoyed the start this series especially with the element of matchmakers and the "soft power" wielded by women in this society. However as the series went on and concluded I was asking myself what sets this series apart from o ...more
WOW! What an epic conclusion to this trilogy! I am literally in awe of the way that this series has become so complex and intricate with each passing book. It's easily one of my fave book series of all time and I already want to re-read it. I love the attention that the author paid to the injuries that Sage endured in the se ...more
I definitely enjoyed this series, but it probably won’t ever make it on my favorites list. The first book, The Traitor’s Kiss, was ...more
Erin Beaty was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, which means sh ...more