Book Review: “Sweet Destiny” (The Royal Vow Series, Book 6) by Lizabeth Scott

ABOUT THE AUTHORlizabeth

Who is Liz Scott? A voracious reader, full-time writer wanna be, wife, mother, and PA to two terrier terrors, Powder & Moxie. Liz is the author of The Royal Vow and Hearts of Gold Series and a Carolina girl who loves sand between her toes as frequently as possible. Liz is also known as GumShoeMom on the Geo-Caching circuit.

sdABOUT THE BOOK

Mari and Ki’s story began in the Royal Vow Series, Sweet Surrender. As I finished what I thought to be the last book of the series, Sweet Temptation, I discovered Mari and Ki had another story to tell. I hope you enjoy this two part story of their sweet destiny. Don’t worry, as a thank you treat I’ve included both parts of this story in one book, Sweet Destiny.

Part 1 – The King’s Sweet Revenge
Part 2 – The Queen’s Sweet Return

Part 1
The King’s Sweet Revenge
Mari and Ki are just as much in love today as they were seven years ago when they first fell in love. As the King and Queen of Tanistan they’re faced with many of the same issues as most married couples. Their time is not their own and commitments and work keep them apart much too often.

After three children Mari is beginning to feel as if she doesn’t measure up to the expectations of her husband or of her country. When Ki cancels yet another private dinner to go out of town with his very attractive and size two assistant Mari overfills her schedule to keep the silly voices in her head silent.

Part 2
The Queen’s Sweet Return
Mari and Ki are faced with the challenge of rebuilding their marriage. Would they fall in love a second time? Were they really destined to be together?
While Mari and Ki still have the same explosive chemistry, Mari can’t help but wonder which woman lay in his arms and in his heart.

NOTE: While Sweet Destiny is a very sweet read this book but has steamy hot sexual scenes and is written for 18+ readers. If you don’t like sexy time in the ocean, in the shower …well you get it. Then this story isn’t for you.

MY REVIEW

Thoroughly Enjoyable

I thoroughly enjoyed Sweet Destiny. The characters are both likable and well-developed. Without reading the rest of the series, I found the story fully satisfying–I understood everything that was happening. There is much going on behind the scenes as Mari escapes the palace with her children to avoid what could be a malicious attempt to overthrow her as queen. There’s much deception, adventure, and drama. The love scenes sizzle.

I look forward to reading more of the series. I’m giving it 4.5 Stars.

Purchase your copy of Sweet Destiny today!

Next scheduled books and short stories for my Review List are:
Spirit of the Book by D. E. Howard (50% Read)
Waterlillies Over My Grave by Patricia Guthrie
Dragon Fireside Tales by Adam Boustead
Trusting Jack by Beth Hale
Haunting Megan by Rebecca Riley
Trafficking by Bill Ward
Beyond the Hidden Sky (Star Trails Tetralogy Book 1) by Marcha Fox
Jem by Michelle Abbott
Everything to Lose – Gavin Shawlens Thriller #2 by Gordon Bickerstaff

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