Tobias Kaya doesn't care about The Savior. He doesn't care that She's the Ruler of the realm or that She purified the land, and he certainly doesn't care that She's of age to be married. But when competing for Her hand proves to be his last chance to save his family, he's forced to make The Savior his priority.
Now Tobias is thrown into the Sovereign's Tournament with nineteen other men, and each of them is fighting — and killing — for the chance to rule at The Savior's side. Instantly his world is plagued with violence, treachery, and manipulation, revealing the hidden ugliness of his proud realm. And when his circumstances seem especially dire, he stumbles into an unexpected romance, one that opens him up to unimaginable dangers and darkness.
Trigger warning: this novel contains graphic violence, adult language, and sexual situations.
Exciting all the way to the end
I was swept up in the plot and the characters. A great read!
This book is confused.
The story is really good, as can be expected from Jenna. But the style and word choice, as well as the variety of sentence structure, make the book seem a bit childish. It’s fast paced in some places but it wil slow down dramatically in some spots. She’s still a pretty new author, this is only he second book, so that is to be expected. I though the same thing about Eve: the Awakening. But the story line and subplots are well structured and the characters were compelling, so it’s still a pretty good book.
Read the first three chapters
Very good start. Looking forward to the rest of the novel. Jenna has a great blog on YouTube about writing and publishing.