Thursday, July 10, 2014

Review: Queen of Hearts, Vol 2 by Colleen Oakes

Queen of Hearts, Volume Two by Colleen Oakes
Publishing Date: July 22, 2014 by SparksPress
Source: from publisher in exchange for review
An Exiled Princess.
An Ancient Tribe.
A Dangerous Stranger with Unknown Loyalties. 
This book starts off exactly where Volume one left off. Dinah is on her own in the forest running for her life. She has only her father's large horse-like beast for company and her supplies are running low. She is a princess after all, and is finding it hard to imagine that she will survive much longer on her own. The surprise arrival of a Spade and his offer to help is suspicious, but what chance does she have without him? With him she learns to survive, who to trust and who to fear. 

The beginning moves a little slow but once she is found by Sir Gorrann, and makes her way to the Yurkei, the action begins and the story continues. The last half of the book reads quickly and is thoroughly entertaining. Dinah becomes stronger. Fiercer. She prepares herself for the inevitable confrontation with the king and fight for her crown.

About the author:

Colleen Oakes is the author of the Elly in Bloom series and the YA fantasy Queen of Hearts Saga, both published via SparkPress, a BookSparks imprint. She lives in North Denver with her husband and son. When not writing, Colleen enjoys swimming, traveling, and immersing herself in nerdy pop culture. She is currently at work on the last Elly novel and her second YA fantasy series, Wendy Darling.

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