Mystery/Suspense

A Tragic Consequence by JC Morrows

A Tragic Consequence (Order of the MoonStone Book 4) by [Morrows, JC]

About The Book

FORCED TO FLEE . . . WOUNDED . . . AND ON THE RUN . . .

Not exactly a safe place for a former assassin and a prince with a price on his head.

In the dark streets of Auralius, Kayden and her prince struggle to find a way to set the country right again. But the Order of the MoonStone has a long reach and a strong grip.

Will the two of them be able to find a way to bring down Kayden’s former employers?

Or will Kayden’s unusual charm help them to find an ally where there was none?

My Perspective

This was such an exciting read! I am so glad I decided to read it, although it would have been beneficial to read the first few books in the series to understand the background and what they were hunting Kayden for. But overall I think it was okay as a stand alone, or to even read out of order.

I enjoyed the two main themes of this book – the love story between Kayden and Dvarious, and the battle that seemed to be taking place. It was so neat to watch Kayden’s moods change from assassin to wife and back again in a matter of moments! This must have been challenging for the author to write, but boy I felt it was executed perfectly. There was just the right amount of balance between love and war.

And watch out readers, just when you think you’ve got it figured out, you are wrong! There were several twists and turns for me and I appreciate an author who can surprise me. I do not know if it was because I hadn’t read the first installments or not, but I liked it! And speaking of surprises, the ending totally knocked my socks off! You’ll have to read for yourself to see what I am talking about.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. I was not required to write a favorable review. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.

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