Sunday, March 05, 2023

#BookReview: Cards of Fate by A.R. Kingston

Synopsis: Morgana de Laurent is a witch who lives in-of all places-Perdetia, the last kingdom in Dresbourn to still enforce the practice of witch-burning. Orphaned in the anti-magic crusades of the cruel demon king, Morgana is adopted by a wealthy baroness, who urges her to hide her true identity in plain sight. But it's not the stake she's worried about; it's the fate of the only man she's ever loved, Leopold Ellingham, and the safety of her best friend, Princess Lafreya.

In the midst of a momentous political transition, a sudden kidnapping sends the young witch and her lover on an adventure to the far reaches of Dresbourn-as the future of all magic-users to hangs in the balance.

Part thrilling adventure, part erotic romance, Cards of Fate is a tale of facing one's fears and oneself, the lengths we go for love, and how much control we have over destiny.


Rating: 2 Stars
My Review: This was not for me. I was excited to read another book based on the Tarot but unfortunately this one was just not what I was looking for. The writing was meh and just kind of all over the place.  

A.R. Kingston grew up in a small town in Massachusetts. She holds a degree in psychology and has spent several years working in the mental health field before turning to writing. 

When she’s not reading or working on her own books, you can find her playing video games, enjoying archery and photography, or volunteering at her local pig rescue.

She currently lives in Colorado Springs with her two teenage boys, her dogs, and pet pigs.

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