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Will update in the morning.LIES, I am updating today.This second book was just as good as the first The only problem was the format for me Apparently ebooks are really not my bag I enjoyed the character development, I can t wait to see what happens in book three, and I want to know all of the answers WHICH THERE AREN T ENOUGH OF YET If romance, court intrigue, and magic based fantasy are your bag then I highly recommend this series If you liked the first one, you will most likely like this one It is just very nice and a pleasure to read. The Forbidden Heir is the second book in the series Trilogy I don t know The Four Arts.Like the first book, I greatly enjoyed the second one This is one of those strange books that are neither amazing nor horrible It isn t particularly unique, the writing style isn t brilliantly amazing, and the characters are almost ordinary given the genre and the type of book it is And still, I have a lot of fun with this series so far You could almost call it a guilty pleasure except I don t feel g The Forbidden Heir is the second book in the series Trilogy I don t know The Four Arts.Like the first book, I greatly enjoyed the second one This is one of those strange books that are neither amazing nor horrible It isn t particularly unique, the writing style isn t brilliantly amazing, and the characters are almost ordinary given the genre and the type of book it is And still, I have a lot of fun with this series so far You could almost call it a guilty pleasure except I don t feel guilty.Now that I confused the few of you who actually read my reviews let s begin with the basics.The plot of The Forbidden Heir picks up right after the ending of Shattered Court Cameron and Sophie had to flee and are now in the magical school of Illvya Obviously, their problems don t end there They might have escaped the people who were trying to kill them back home but now they positioned themselves right in the middle of a huge political game The Emperor of Illvya takes an interest in them and it s not entirely clear to what end and their Queen is sending a convoy to bring them back home But can they trust the crown s assurance To make matters worse, Sophia s importance in the game seems to continuously grow.So far so good A fantasy story with lots of magic and political intrigue There are many of those out there What did I love most about this book What did I have the most fun with The answer is easy It s not the world building, it s not the political games though I did enjoy those What I loved most is the relationship between Cameron and Sophia It didn t seem like a useless addition of drama The one conflict they have in the book was well established and hinted at before it actually happened Their relationship seems incredibly loving and supportive but also safe Except for a short interruption neither of them doubts the other s love They are happy and secure in their relationship It felt incredibly realistic to me The small moments they had, hell, I even enjoyed the sex scenes as a part of a happy and whole relationship and that hasn t happened to me in a while They appear to find safety in each other in the confusing and dangerous situation they have to face And it just made me really really happy to read it Seriously, you hardly ever find a depiction of such a healthy relationship They actually talk to each other Also, I feel like I have to compliment Cameron s character someIn fantasy and especially in YA fantasy there is a trend to have strong female leads, which is awesome, but usually their love interests are just as strong, just as important, just as powerful Cameron in this series is not It s made clear repeatedly that Sophia is thepowerful of the two of them, she has a higher position within the nobility, she isimportant for the political games being played He knows that, he acknowledges it and he s perfectly fine with it Not once was he trying to control her er hold power over her He doesn t feel inferior to her And Sophia doesn t look down on him There are no power struggles in their relationship and I found that to be incredibly relaxing.All in all, despite some lengths, this book made me very happy and I m waiting for the next book.I d recommend this to everyone who likes fantasy books with a heavy emphasis on politics and history and doesn t mind a strong love story as the core relationship i expectedley line sex This was a very quick read it was so compelling, and really held it s own as the middle book in the trilogy I assume It does the thing that I love for middle books to do, which is after book one has scattered the pieces, book two lines them up, ready for them to fall back in place or into new places in book three. I want to like this seriesbut there is something about the characters and plot that makes it difficult to get lost in The writing is fine There s nothing blatantly wrong with the plot I just find myself really disconnected from Sophie and Cameron s problems and wish there was a hook or a catch that would make them unforgettable. This is a marvelous book The world building is unique and complex The characters are well developed and likable and there is intrigue for days If you ve read the first book in the series it only gets better in this one.Highly recommended and already eagerly awaiting the next. &FREE DOWNLOAD ⇲ The Forbidden Heir ⇰ She fled to save her life, but surviving what comes next might destroy everything she believes in The royal witches of Anglion have always been bound to serve their country But Lady Sophia Mackenzie, whose unbound magic and near claim to the crown made her a target, was forced to flee Anglion, leaving behind a dead assassin and shattered loyalties Now she finds herself in Illvya, where the magic is everything she s been taught to fear and the only person she can trust is her new husband, CameronSophia and Cameron must navigate a strange world of illicit temptations, dangerous threats and political intrigue, where as a royal witch Sophia is both prized and reviledAs she begins to master her powers, the factions seeking to control Sophia close in, and her magical and emotional bonds with Cameron are pushed to the limit To survive long enough to claim the future she seeks, she may have to choose between love and loyalty, and hope the price of her choice is one she can bear The Casket and the Sword but surviving what comes next might destroy everything she believes in The royal witches of Anglion have always been bound to serve their country But Lady Sophia Mackenzie BORN DIFFERENT: Iraqi Female Survivor Among Traditions, Religion and War whose unbound magic and near claim to the crown made her a target Mothers of Influence was forced to flee Anglion False Flag leaving behind a dead assassin and shattered loyalties Now she finds herself in Illvya The Book of Story Beginnings where the magic is everything she s been taught to fear and the only person she can trust is her new husband Take Me Home (Belladonna Ink CameronSophia and Cameron must navigate a strange world of illicit temptations The Healing Power of Meditation dangerous threats and political intrigue Lost Bodies where as a royal witch Sophia is both prized and reviledAs she begins to master her powers Grand Strategies the factions seeking to control Sophia close in The Looking Glass and her magical and emotional bonds with Cameron are pushed to the limit To survive long enough to claim the future she seeks The Looking Glass she may have to choose between love and loyalty Chinye and hope the price of her choice is one she can bear Nice fantasy romance.Court intrigue.Boarding school magical academy setting Married couple as MC Cute pets I liked shenanigans with Tok Looking forward to the next book. Quite the Novel Idea received this book for free from the publisher or author in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Well, it was about time I read The Shattered Court in 2015 and I loved it and then I waited a while for the sequel I m happy to report that it did not dissapoint at all.The Forbidden Heir started where the previous book ended, with Sophia an Quite the Novel Idea received this book for free from the publisher or author in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Well, it was about time I read The Shattered Court in 2015 and I loved it and then I waited a while for the sequel I m happy to report that it did not dissapoint at all.The Forbidden Heir started where the previous book ended, with Sophia and Cameron entering the Academe in Illvya Not only did they had to flee from Anglion, but they did so in the middle of the night and they were not prepared for what s to come The transition is hard The magic is practiced different here, there is a school were students are free to study whatever they want, Sophia doesn t understand the language well and there are scary demons too.Our royal couple gains asylum in the Academe were they enroll as students until they figure out who to trust and what is going on Sophia learns quite a bit about magic, some in class, some by accident In the meantime, Anglion sends an envoy to request that Sophie returns to her country as soon as possible.Just like its predecessor, The Forbidden Heir has a lot of political machinations and plot twists Also, since it takes place in a new setting which involves new world building I really liked all of this, although I still don t understand how the magic works and exactly what s going on back in Anglion.Sophie and Cameron haven t been married for long, but they grow a lot as a couple, they truly love each other, and they got each other s back Sophie knows a lot about how court politics work and she s very smart and a fast learner, but she took some impulsive decisions too Cameron is fiercely protective of his wife, but has the hope that they can somehow return to Anglion and the life they had before They make a really great couple.The ending was a bit abrupt and unexpected and I m not sure where the story is going next Now, to wait for the next book and I hope it won t be such a long wait This review was originally posted on Quite the Novel Idea