Daughter of the Mountain Book 2
After being forced into an arranged marriage by her Queen mother, Zora Winnser, the last princess of Samaria, finds herself traveling from her home country of snow-capped mountains to the southern swamplands of Cara. Accompanied by none other than her soon to be husband, the vain and selfish Prince Spencer DeVore; the mysterious Misou mercenary, Dakota; and two black-veiled Carian slaves, Zora has no choice but to accept her fate as a future Carian noblewoman.
But Once in Cara, Zora quickly learns that the South is a more brutal place than she’d ever imagined, and the key to her survival might mean more than just adapting to a new set of circumstances. When Zora learns that Chancellor Leonardo Santini, the one person who can reinstate her royal title in Samaria, is coming to Cara, Zora decides that a political alliance with the Chancellor might just be to her advantage.
Soon Zora is caught in the middle of a battle of wills, corrupt political negotiations, and a centuries old conflict that may just break the entire reality of the Realm as she knows it.
The author draws you into the story with a mysterious voice calling in the night. The characters are believable and easy to imagine in a fantasy realm. Unlike formula books, the story is unpredictable.
It is rich in detail and description.
This is a great read that is sure to intrigue the readers about what is going to happen next. The story flows well and there is no way you can’t sympathize with the lively character, Zora. Can’t wait for the next book in the series.