Monday, January 11

Review: House of Pawns by Keary Taylor

House of Pawns Title: House of Pawns
By: Keary Taylor
Series: House of Royals #2
My Copy: Ebook from Amazon
BookWhisperer Rating:

The town of Silent Bend is about to explode into a war. Alivia swore to take the House from Jasmine after what she did, but it won’t happen without retaliation. The whole town is caught in the crosshairs of their manipulation and the body count is climbing.

The explanation for Ian’s change is one he just can’t accept. To Alivia, it should fix all their problems, but Ian has become everything he hates most. And Liv accepting her fate and position will test their relationship to the breaking point.

The threat of the King’s arrival looms just weeks away, and Alivia knows he will kill her as soon as he comes. She’ll need supporters at her side—immortal ones. And that means turning old enemies into loyal subjects…

House of Pawns further confirms my opinion that this is the best series EVER! Alivia and Jasmine are at a line in the sand, and there war is brewing on the horizon. After the cliff hanger of HOR it was obvious what this story would have in store. Having finished I can tell you it was everything I had anticipated and more. Alivia was a born royal to say the least; her character is so loyal and charismatic that I find myself falling more in love with her with each page. I am finding individual reasons to love each new addition to her house proving this is not just a great story for her character, but for all of the independent characters together. This is a story of perfection with its perfect story line and members. Each new installment is an adventure that will leave you entire satisfied, but always craving more. Keary Taylor can write these stories quick enough for my dedication to the series. I have been a fan of this author for some time, and it seems with each new book she is advancing her abilities and creativity. It is truly a pleasure to read her works, and as a reviewer a blessing when it comes to reviewing. There is no bad news to offer when it is one of her titles to analyze. Thank you for the wonderful works, and impressive talent that never ceases to enthrall me.

~BookWhisperer Reviewer Jax~

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