Royal Covenant (The Anti-Princess Saga #5)

Royal Covenant (The Anti-Princess Saga #5) Happy Endings Don T Exist In Real Life, Or Maybe They Do But Have A Max Quota And Quartessa Was That Next Person In Line That The Sold Out Gate Crashed Down On Either Way, The Events That Always Pop Up To Remind Her That She Is, And Will Forever Be, Screwed Find New Ways To Steal Her Joy And Replace It With Misery Even When Things Seem On The Verge Of Working Out In Her FavorBored Out Of Her Mind, And Hardly Able To Get Up From A Sitting Position Any , Quartessa Prepares For The Birth Of Her Child As Most Women Do, Formulating A Plan To Kill Its Father And How To Avoid The Repercussions Of The Devil If Her Plan Actually Succeeds Just Your Average Nesting Period Unfortunately, Lucifer Has Other Plans Which Pit Love Against Love In An Attempt To Right His Son S Choices And This Time, She Takes On Her Fiercest Opponent Yet With The Hopes Of Making Her Life A Little BearableAnd, With The Prophesized Birth Coming Fast, Quartessa Is Forced To Make The Hardest Decision Of Her Life Quartessa Has Sacrificed A Lot In The Past, Her Happiness, Her Sanity, Her Life, Her Loves And Her Body, But Nothing Could Prepare Her For This One For Love Creates So Much Bliss, But Also Torment Quartessa Is In Too Deep, And This Time The Price Is Far Steeper Than Any Other But, As Quartessa Has Learned, The Safety Of Others Outweighs Anything She May Need To Give Up, Including Her Life, Not To Death, But To Something Much Permanent Quartessa Learns The True Meaning Of Sacrifice The Ultimate Sacrifice Is Not Death, It Is Life


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  • Paperback
  • 262 pages
  • Royal Covenant (The Anti-Princess Saga #5)
  • Jennifer A. Marsh
  • English
  • 14 October 2019
  • 9781497587175

15 thoughts on “Royal Covenant (The Anti-Princess Saga #5)

  1. says:

    I received a copy of this book through Goodreads First Reads in exchange for an honest review.I really hate leaving bad reviews, but this book and I just did not get along I respect the author s ability to use world building to survive in a mentally abusive marriage and am thankful that she was able to get out of that marriage, but as far as literature goes, I don t think this book is very good For starters, it is poorly written There are multiple grammatical and spelling errors repeated throughout the book like using waived when the context calls for waved that make it very difficult to read Also, idioms were used incorrectly such as once and a while instead of once in a while , which hinder the fluidity of reading Overall, the sentence structure was poorly done so that many sentences became awkward run ons that were unclear to the reader I had to re read many sentences and in some cases was still unsure what the author was trying to get across Other sentences were just repetitive such as I want you to finish school, because that is what I want This book needs a great deal of editing to help with its overall clarity As far as the story goes, it wasinteresting Full disclosure, I have not read any of the other books in the series and I think that really affected my understanding of the plot This is a difficult series to jump into partway through and I would not recommend doing so.From what I gathered from the plot, the main character comes off as bouncing between completely self centered and horribly melodramatic about all the sacrifices she makes This novel runs in a similar vein with Twilight in that it features a girl everyone falls in love with and no one is really sure why This does go a step further in that not only does every guy she meets fall helplessly in love with her, but in many cases she reciprocated their feelings and had to mate bond with them all I m totally fine with ployandry, but from what I can tell, all of her mates are at least jealous and at most blatantly hostile toward each other The plot jumps around a lot and there are many stories that branch off the main plot, some of which are never resolved in the book The text is at times disgustingly and unnecessarily gory There were too many characters to really keep track off and since I have not read the other books I had no idea who they were Also, all the races get confusing because they are mentioned by name and some minor physical features, but are never really described in depth again, a problem that may be alleviated by reading the previous books For the most part, I did not enjoy this book I think the story has potential, but the poor writing really disengaged me It reads like a first draft of a novel that still needs quite a bit of polishing.

  2. says:

    I received this book via Goodreads.I completely surprised myself by actually, kinda, maybe, liking this book Just enough to give it three stars.Royal Covenant is the kind of book you start out hating but by the end you develop a begrudging fondness for Mediocre writing, cheesy plot, lackluster characters and somehow I m still craving I really don t know what it is about this book and I can t say it was anywhere near amazing but I ll be on the look out for the next one.

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