Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Author Update #Reviews – Deborah Jay, Julia Benally, Robbie Cheadle and Elsie Hancy Eaton

Thanks to Sally Cronin for sharing my latest NEW REVIEW of THE PRINCE’S PROTEGE.

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Welcome to the first of the Cafe and Bookstore updates this week and the first author with a recent review is Deborah Jay for her latest release The Prince’s Protege – The Five Kingdoms Book Three.

About the book

Following on from The Prince’s Son, continue reading the gripping Five Kingdoms fantasy adventure…

In the aftermath of the devastating coup, King Marten strives to rebuild his subjects’ confidence in the throne, but not all his councillors believe the young monarch is ready to rule alone. An assassin’s stalking him, his closest advisor has been murdered, and rumours have surfaced that the malicious god’s cult is reborn.

As Marten grapples with a dark, personal secret, who can he trust?

Meanwhile, fledgling spy, Lady Betha, successfully infiltrates a conspiracy. However, getting back out alive with information vital to the king’s survival may prove beyond her capabilities.

And as Rustam and Risada…

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  1. Thanks for boosting the post Deborah..hugsx

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  2. Just seeing this cover reminds me how much I enjoyed your book. Sigh.

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  3. Congrats on the great review, Deborah. Is this the final book in the series or are there more coming down the line? I’m intrigued!

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    1. Thank you 😀 , and yes, there is one more in this sequence (it started life as an intended trilogy, but grew too big for just 3 books), and then I have outlined two further trilogies for subsequent generations of characters, with one huge arc running right through from end to end. Not sure how long that’s going to take me!

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      1. Awesome. I generally read series when all books are out so I can binge. Might have to make an exception. 🙂

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      2. I do understand that, but each one has its own ending, so not as bad a starting and finding you are left up in the air.

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      3. That’s good to know! Thanks. 🙂

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