About the Book
Dark magic dwells in the thoughts we hide, waiting…
With my brother’s death came the crown and all the trappings that accompany it. Now, my father–the most dangerous man in Magaelor–seeks to control my future.
But fate has other plans.
Thrown into mer-filled waters, I’m dragged into the rival kingdom of Berovia. Surrounded by those who murdered my brother and wished my entire family dead, I must find my way back to my kingdom. There, a marriage between myself and the dark fae prince could bring peace to a century’s old division between the fae and sorcerers. But dark revelations and deadly lies threaten to destroy my destiny. I must make the choice between my duty, family, and heart before it’s too late.
Will I allow myself to become the Queen of everything? Or be reduced to a cautionary tale as the princess of nothing?
The Fate of Crowns is a YA epic fantasy adventure about a sheltered princess who travels between magical kingdoms, discovering a world different to what she’d believed.
Get book one now. The anticipated sequel, The Princess of Nothing, releases February 2nd 2021.
I feel like indie authors are killing the fantasy game. There have been just so many unique and well written ones that I’ve found ever since I started going that route and The Fate of Crowns is now a much beloved addition to that list. I just really dove into this book and didn’t want to put it down until I finished it. So, make sure you have a large chunk of time when you pick this one up!
Given that this was a fantasy book there were a lot of characters throughout the story. Some got a bit more depth and others were just briefly introduced, but the combination made it all flow together well. The one thing I would’ve liked a bit better was a bit more world building, but I know not everyone likes that so beggars can’t be choosers. But asides from that I loved the story and I appreciated that even though the pacing was quick there was still a solid plot.
This is one of those books that is going to easily appeal to many readers. And it’s also one of those books that will pull you in and leave you flipping the pages as fast as you can. So, don’t wait to snag this one up!
About the Book
Rebecca lives in San Antonio, Texas, with her husband and son. Originally from England, you can find her drinking tea, writing new worlds, and designing covers. She writes young adult fantasy. She devoured every book she was given and fell in love with magical worlds, and when she got older, her imagination grew with her. She implements royalty into her books because she adores historical monarchies.
When she’s not writing or spending time with her family, you can find her traveling, and hosting book signings with Spellbinding Events.
The Fate of Crowns, Book one, releases January 5th 2021 with the following four books releasing between February and June.
*I received an ebook in exchange for an honest review*