The Key by Jennifer Anne Davis
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Seventeen-year-old peasant Rema should be happy - the Crown Prince has picked her to be his wife. The problem is she hates his cruel guts, was blackmailed into submitting to his proposal, and she may be in love with his brother, Prince Darmik.
Prince Darmik can't help thinking about that girl he met in the forest - but he's too busy trying to quash the rumour that a legitimate blood heir to the throne exists and is trying to overthrow Darmik’s family.
The Key has all the ingredients to a fascinating read - a budding but thwarted romance, deadly sibling rivalry to overcome and a mystery to be unravelled. Jennifer Anne Davis weaves all this together into a wonderful tapestry of words that keeps you wanting more.
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