Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Review: A Vow So Bold and Deadly by Brigid Kemmerer (Cursebreakers Series)


Read for: Recently Added/ 2021 Anticipated Release/ Audio Book

Previous Books in Series:

Synopsis: "Face your fears, fight the battle.

Emberfall is crumbling fast, torn between those who believe Rhen is the rightful prince and those who are eager to begin a new era under Grey, the true heir. Grey has agreed to wait two months before attacking Emberfall, and in that time, Rhen has turned away from everyone—even Harper, as she desperately tries to help him find a path to peace.

Fight the battle, save the kingdom.

Meanwhile, Lia Mara struggles to rule Syhl Shallow with a gentler hand than her mother. But after enjoying decades of peace once magic was driven out of their lands, some of her subjects are angry Lia Mara has an enchanted prince and a magical scraver by her side. As Grey's deadline draws nearer, Lia Mara questions if she can be the queen her country needs.

As the two kingdoms come closer to conflict, loyalties are tested, love is threatened, and a dangerous enemy returns, in this stunning conclusion to bestselling author Brigid Kemmerer’s Cursebreaker series."

My Review: So this series started out really awesome for me with a bit of a drop with the second book but still really good, so I was excited to read this third and final book. I really enjoyed the way this book set up with siblings on opposing sides and of opposing views. It did read a little slower than I expected, there was definitely a lack of action and had a lot more internal turmoil to work through. I came to really dislike some of my previous characters but did enjoy the development throughout this book. This was definitely a satisfying conclusion to the series and I am glad I stuck with the series. I would highly recommend the audio books and this is a totally binge worthy series.

My Rating: I really enjoyed this conclusion to the series, it brought the plot lines together and the characters have developed so much. It was completely satisfying to read and I am happy with how Kemmerer brought the series to a close.  I give it a rating of Four Paws.

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