Fall of Thrones and Thorns by Jennifer Ellision

War hurtles in, a typhoon over the sea.

After Bree’s life was torn apart, the kingdom of Nereidium had represented a haven to her. A place that—if she could save it—was beyond the King’s reach.

And, at last, she’s arrived upon its shores. But things in Nereidium are not what they should be.

The land is plagued by a rash of mysterious earthquakes, the likes of which it’s never known. The governors are distracted by old traditions, while Bree and her friends grapple with changing identities and the sense that the longer they wait to take action… the greater the danger from Egria grows.

Bree is tired of living under the shadow of King Langdon’s power. She’s tired of letting him remain on the throne. And she’s tired of waiting for him to be the first to act.

In this final chapter of the Threats of Sky and Sea series, it all comes down to Nereidium or Egria. To Bree or the King. It’s kill… or be killed.

And not everyone will escape the battle unscathed.

The story of Bree continues on smoothly filled with action and adventure, love and betrayal. Although this last book doesn’t have quite the romantic ending I wanted it to have.

Prince Caden and Bree had their moments, but the argument between her and the King was what brought the house down. While she was separated from her friends, they each went through tough ordeals and but like the warriors that they are, they emerged exultant. I am sad that this series had finished. I am going to miss Aleta, Tregle, Liam and everyone else, but all in all, this was a great final book of the trilogy.

As always, Jen Ellision’s writing is perfect, she kept my eyes glued on the pages until I reached the finish line. I still have her other books (Over Raging Tides) but for now, I’ve got to slow down and try not to miss Bree and her accolades.

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