Welcome to my second historical romance. From the synopsis, you might wonder: why is this historical if there's magic? I decided to put it into historical romance, at least for the time being, because the focus is more on the intrigues and politics than the magic. The fantasy part will be explored later, but still more as a political faction than a fantastic element. What can you find here? A strong fl with her own power and beliefs, a doting and cunning ml that would do anything for his wifey, a few mysteries about their motives and their blossoming love for each other! I hope you enjoy the read :D
From the author of 'Crazy Duke and Fallen Queen', she's here again for another wonderful historical writeup, this time set in a royal forceful marriage (but a totally different trope with its twists and turns) As of when this was reviewed (12 chapters) I can say there is a running gag where almost everyone can relate that they think Ignis is the supposed Tyrant King who is yet to make an appearance in Veronica's life other than sending gifts, and messages through maidens, guards and so forth. To annul the wedding she marries her old time friend Ignis who is a "guard/knight"– remember my air quote 👀 he might just be one or both 😅🧐. Anyways I can't wait to unravel the mystery behind those two, we'd just have to wait and find out. This was an interesting read and worth the read!
The novel has a nice start, once you start reading it's impossible to stop. Though it only has a few chapters, it is very catchy and the characters are also well done. Great work author, looking forward to more chapters.[img=update][img=update][img=update][img=update][img=update][img=update][img=update][img=update][img=update][img=update][img=update][img=update]
Well done. The story is a page turner. If I have one advice, that would be to change from << to double quotes for the new dialogue, and the new dialogue always must start on a new line. it's my pet peeve, may not be every one's, but do consider it unless you have a very specific and compelling reason to have used << & >>.
I'm really enjoying this novel and I really like the author's writing style! I'm invested in the character developments of the couple and I'm so interested in the female lead and what she will bring with both her titles. The story is so interesting, quite a few unexpected surprises and I can tell it's only going to go up from here. I'm committed and reading a chapter every morning is now a part of my routine : )