In Kingdom Come, Queen Aurora prepares to join the Court of Light and Court of Dark and marry the Dark Fae King, Jarvok. Unfortunately, the Court of Light Bishops are not so keen on the idea of joining the two groups. Will they keep the peace or go against this union?
Kingdom Come is an excellent continuation of the Birth of the Fae series. Queen Aurora rules strictly for the betterment of her people, putting herself in danger for those she loves. She is elegant and fearless. King Jarvok becomes a bit of a jackrabbit, and I can’t say I like the man. We see many of the characters from the earlier books as well.
The Bishops are arrogant, and I enjoyed it when the queen put them in their place a time or two. They put the queen in quite the position, forcing her hand. She doesn’t let those close to her know what is going on, as she had some shitty guidance. I so wanted her to share her knowledge. Darn it!
The ending is a bit of a punch in the gut. Don’t get the wrong opinion; it is good, just upsetting. I am excited to see what happens with the Fae in the next book. This series is a thrilling ride into a fantasy world that is easy to get addicted to. I suggest reading the series in order. You might as well start your addiction at the beginning of the series.
Thank you to R&R Book Tours, the author, and the publisher for providing this book for me to read and review.
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