Title: Sworn To Sovereignty
Series: Courtlight book 8
Author: Terah Edun
Genre: Fantasy and YA
Publisher: Terah Edun Publishing
Publication Date: June 25, 2016
Received: via Terah Edun and purchased from BN
Ciardis Weathervane has one simple rule – win the first fight, then move on to the next. But she’s finding out that the citizens of Sandrin have other plans in mind.
When she returns to the imperial capital city, she finds that nothing is as she left it. Only a week has passed and yet chaos reins. Vana Cloudbreaker has been attacked and surprisingly, she did not come out on top.
The woman Ciardis thought was invincible stands a broken shell of what she once was and Ciardis isn’t entirely sure what or who was the cause of the fabled assassin’s derailment.
I received this book from Terah Edun for an honest review. Plus I preordered it from Barnes and Noble. Terah Edun is one of my favorite authors and she never disappoints me with her work.
You will not want to put the book down at all. So make sure you have time to read it in one setting. Terah doesn’t fail to amazed me with her latest installment of the Courtlight series. Many things happen in this book that bring certain plots to light. There are some unique twists that happen you won’t see coming.
Ciardis is able to work out certain feelings with her guys in this book and her guys come to an agreement with each other also.
We see different sides of everyone in this book and a couple characters are pronounced dead. Personally I am hoping it isn’t true for all of them. However, I am betting it is. Vana isn’t the only one to have changes happen to her but they are the most pronounced. Thanar has changed and we learn a bit more about his ties to the bluttgott. We will see one character from Kifar that I had hoped was gone for good. Sebastian has also changed in ways that should help him rule. I am not sure if that is a good thing or not. There is so much that happened in this story that I want to talk about. However, it will give spoilers and no one wants those without actually asking for them.
I am ecstatic that I was given this chance to read the book before it was released. I cannot wait for Sworn to Sovereignty to be released and everyone has a chance to be transported to Algardis while reading. I personally cannot wait until we have the next one. Let’s just say Sworn to Sovereignty is a big cliff hanger at the end and you will feel the same.
Man, I hope it is really soon Terah’s next Courtlight book comes out.