Monday, October 15, 2018

King's Warrior - Book 4

King's Warrior
Book 4

King's Warrior (The Aermian Feuds Book 4) by [Kay, Frost]

About the Book:

Title: King's Warrior (The Aermian Feuds Book 4) | Author: Frost Kay | Pages: 331 | Genre: Dark Fantasy | Recommended Ages: Young Adult and Up

Book Description:

Revolution and war come with a price in the fourth volume of USA Today Bestselling Author Frost Kay's The Aermian Feuds Series.

Returning to Aermia should've been easy, but nightmares and death haunt her, leaving Sage as an outsider, even in her own family. Nothing is ever as it seems, and that's more apparent than ever as she plays a deadly game of cat and mouse with the one man who's carved himself into her unwilling heart.

As war looms on the horizon, she must decide who to trust and what sacrifices she's willing to make for her kingdom. But with every decision, she feels the warlord's dark web of secrets, deceit, and betrayal closing around her. One mistake may mean destruction not only for herself, but for those she loves.

In this thrilling fourth book in this Internationally Bestselling Series, Sage and Tehl will raze the world to protect their people and each other from the one man that threatens to tear them apart.

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My Review:

King's Warrior is another superbly written work of fiction by Frost Kay and is the fourth book in The Aermian Feuds. If you haven't read the other books in the series, it won't stop you from getting the most out of this one. Some of the backstory gets explained through Sage's nightmares.

The book follows different POV. I normally struggle switching from one character to another, because I get so engrossed in one that I don't want to hop to another. However, that is not the case with this story. Each character is so interesting that I never felt frustrated having to switch. 

This series seems to fall under YA, but I think this book in particular is more suited for New Adults. I would suggest that it's not suitable for anyone younger than 16. Torture and abuse (including sexual) are themes that follow throughout the series. There's also a non-explicit tenderly moving sex scene in Book 4. If you or someone you know has experienced any form of sexual abuse, Book 4 could be a step in bringing emotional healing.

The Crown Prince sings an especially poignant song to his wife, Sage. Here are the lyrics of the first two stanzas:

Darling, darling, there's nothing to fear.
The sun is rising, so there's no need for tears.
I'll hold you and protect you in the dark of night.
The shadows can't touch you, so there's no need for fright.

Darling, darling, there's nothing to fear.
The dawn is approaching, and the sky is clear.
I'll fight your demons and all of your foes,
I love and adore you more than you'll ever know. 

Disclosure: I received an ARC of this book. This is my honest and voluntary review.

My Reviews of Books 1 - 3:

About the Author:
Frost Kay

Frost Kay

Bestselling Author Frost Kay is a certified book dragon with an excessive TBR, and a shoe obsession. If you love bewitching fantasy and sci-fi, epic adventures, dark promises, thrilling action, swoon worthy anti heroes, and slow burning romance; her books are for you!

She claims ownership to the bestselling young adult series The Aermian Feuds packed with adventure, secrets, and betrayal.

Fans of Frost Kay love her epic and science fiction teen titles for their "witty banter and exquisitely crafted sentences (that) never leave you bored or wanting," and "find the writing on par with Queen (Sarah J.) Maas and Elise Kova."

For more of Frost Kay, visit her website.

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