The Traitor Queen

The Traitor Queen

⭐⭐⭐⭐ 4 out of 5 stars

Accused of treason and banished from Ithicana, Lara could only watch from the outside as the Bridge Kingdom fell under her father’s control. She could not remain indifferent. When her husband and the king of Ithicana, Aren, was imprisoned, she devised a plan to set him free. A project that required her to make her way back to Eranahl, where she was not welcomed anymore. The next step might be even more dangerous as she reached out to the only people who knew her father and his strategies as well as herself— her sisters.

The second instalment was, in my opinion, more exciting and surprising than the first book in this series. I found Lara’s attempt to regain the trust of the Ithicanians fascinating. I also loved the fact that we learn more about her sisters, even if the knowledge seemed fragmentary and their development was abandoned somewhere throughout the novel. Despite their differences, the sisters love, trust and help each other. In this book, Danielle L. Jensen also continued the theme of the complex political and economic relations between the countries, which adds gravity to the otherwise light read.

To sum up, I honestly enjoyed reading about Lara and Aren and plan to reach for the third part of the trilogy soon. I would recommend this book to all fans of fantasy with a bit of romance mixed in.

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