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    Rated 4.5 Stars

    Prisoner Of The Crown is part coming of age, part intrigue, part political, part treachery and a whole lot of awesome. I thoroughly enjoyed this book even though the dark moments had me up in arms ready to do some damage. I loved the way the author set this one up, it has me so intrigued and eager to see how things shake out where the power struggle is concerned. Even more than the power dynamics I'm excited to see what happens next with the main character, Jenna. I'm so ready for the next book in this series. I'm hoping Jenna comes more into her own and is a force to be reckoned with. I definitely recommend this book.
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    Not a huge fan of Sci-Fi but thought this book might be worth a try. I like to start series with the first book when I can so this was a good first book for me to try by an author I have never read before. I had mixed feelings about the book as half of it told about Princess Jenna’s life as a child and young woman and how she was prepared in a seraglio to later become a well-trained obedient wife. The second half of the story was what happened after she married, spoke of her seeing the outside for the first time as she traveled to her horrible husband’s castle, incorporated a younger brother’s tenacity in keeping her safe and ended with her seeking her freedom from the chains that bound her to her husband and kingdom. I liked Jenna but found her a bit clueless and do hope she wises up. I am on the fence about this book. I liked parts of it, wished there had been less in the first half and more in the second half and would like to see where the author plans to go with this series. I should also say I am not a fan of abrupt endings and this had a bit of that feel to it. Did I like this book? Yes & No Would I read another book by this author? Perhaps, to see what happens next. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books – Rebel Base Books for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars

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