Series: The Royal Houses of Sea and Snow 02
Author: Jude Marquez
Genre: Historical Fantasy, Medieval
Length: Novel (197pgs)
Publisher: Jude Marquez (March 4, 2019)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: 💖💖💖💖💖 5 Hearts
Blurb: With so few allies and no clear choices, Eamon and Alik are left with only one possible chance to regain their standing.
They must leave the Ataton Kingdom and return to Grayhaven to raise an army.
For Alik, going home was the last thing he ever wanted.
For Eamon, leaving home feels like a betrayal.
But Grayhaven has more secrets and lies than either man could imagine. While they both vow to honor and obey each other, is that possible while they live in a court that thrives on lies and deceit? Will they be able to hold onto the one thing they hold dear?
And when the unthinkable happens and an unexpected visitor returns, is it a signal of hope? Or one of continued loss?
A King’s Oath is the second book in The Royal Houses of Sea and Snow. Expect violence, romance, and a fierce love between two men that will bring the heat level up to a 10!
Review: In this sequel to A Prince’s Duty Alik and Eamon travel to Alik’s home after the brutal attack in the previous book. All is not well in Alik’s kingdom as though who want power try to attempt to take control by any means necessary as plans are hatched and set in motion all the while Eamon adjust to his new life by taking charge of the army and setting things straight.
I love this series. So many things happen that had me on the edge of my seat. I was expecting plans to be made for going after those that hurt both Eamon and Alik’s family and I can not wait for that to happen in all it’s bloody purpose. Though Eamon still struggles with the loss of his brother and friends he strives to make sure he avenges their deaths.
Wonderful story full of emotions, betrayal and twists and turns that I never saw coming.
Fantastic read and highly recommended.