Larkin, a handsome soldier, convinces her to come with him to a realm as he believes that she is princess Alaris. The world is filled with mystical creatures and is beautifully described. Haven discovers that she is, in fact, a princess and that her biological mother and grandmother both hid certain memories in her mind and sent her to earth in order to protect her. As things begin to unravel, she also learns a lot about who she can trust and what her destiny is.
The storyline may not have been a novel one. However, it was extremely pleasing to read. The added romantic connection between Larkin and Haven was sweet and made things even more interesting.
The plot and the pace were very well thought through. The realm and world setting felt researched and were intriguing. The best thing about the book, in my opinion, is how everything came together. I look forward to reading more from this author.
Written by Jeyran Main
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