Tuesday, January 1, 2013

The Reluctant King by Rachel Higginson


Review by Charlotte Lynn





Avalon and Eden have defeated Lucan and are now ruling their people with freedom and peace.   Eden is happily married to Kiran and just returning from a two year honeymoon.  Avalon is use to being a  warrior and leader and is bored and lonely.

When the kingdom is threatened, Avalon is called to fight to save his people.   When he meets Amelia, who is in his every thought and causing him to lose control of his own world, he realized he isn’t lonely anymore.
The Reluctant King is written from Avalon’s point of view, which I love.  It was great to have all the characters back from the other books in this series.  Jericho, Kiran, Eden, Sebastian, Sylvia, and everyone else that I missed reading about were back.   Watching the connection between Avalon and Eden stay strong and true, having Eden and Kiran be happy and in love are all of what I hoped for at the end of Rachel’s  last book in this series.  The fact that Avalon found love made this novel even better, with a happy ending for Avalon that I was hoping for. 

Rachel Higginson truly outdid herself.  With each book in this series I become more and more enraptured with the Star Crossed Series.  I am anxiously awaiting the next release.  If you have not read this series you are seriously missing out on a great set of books.

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