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Publisher Description

A fairytale marriage enters the battlefield when the exiled prince reveals his secrets and claims his throne as The War King.

I married the man of my dreams and landed in a nightmare of secret government agencies, assassins, and military coups. To keep him, I must fight his enemies. To love him, I must tame my fears.

He’s not the man I thought he was. 

He’s more.

From award-winning author Jeana E. Mann comes the thrilling final installment to the The Exiled Prince Trilogy.

One-click today and start this sexy, suspenseful adventure.

The Exiled Prince Trilogy

• The Exiled Prince

• The Dirty Princess

• The War King

December 17
Ishkadiddle Publishing LLC
Jeana E. Mann

Customer Reviews

Crazy not lazy ,

The War King

Well, I have to say, the ending was good, but I am very upset Ivan was killed. The darn story would have been just fine without his death. No mention of what happened to his wife and child!

viro1963 ,


This was a great book I loved from start to finish. The characters are well developed and engaging and with a great storyline it kept me turning the pages.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

ClearH ,

The War King

I appreciated the way the author started this book where the last one ended and put our minds to rest almost immediately. I am not a fan of cliffys and cheating. Even though there were cliffys, the writing and storyline was so darkly romantic that I was hooked from the beginning.
As Roman and Rourke try to navigate through his messy past and current issues, their intense love for each other was always an underlying strength in this finale story.
Roman was the ultimate damaged brooding, strong alpha male who could only be healed and redeemed by his love for Rourke. Rourke was challenged to come into her own as Roman’s world was full of maliciousness, violence, and power plays.
A great ending to their journey that will have me re-reading this saga again and again.

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