Review: The Blood Traitor by Lynette Noni

Title: The Blood Traitor

Series: Prison Healer #3

Author: Lynette Noni

She’d failed them. All of them. And now she was paying the price.

Kiva thought she knew what she wanted—revenge. But feelings change, people change… everything has changed.

After what happened at the palace, Kiva is desperate to know if her friends and family are safe, and whether those she wronged can ever forgive her. But with the kingdoms closer to the brink of war than they’ve ever been, and Kiva far away from the conflict, more is at stake than her own broken heart.

A fresh start will mean a perilous quest, forcing mortal enemies and uneasy allies together in a race against the clock to save not just Evalon, but all of Wenderall. With her loyalties now set, Kiva can no longer just survive—she must fight for what she believes in. For who she believes in. But with danger coming from every side, and the lives of everyone she loves at risk, does she have what it takes to stand, or will she fall?

Back with Kiva and after the events of The Gilded Cage, I wondered where this book was going to take us……

Firstly, I have to get this off my chest: There was a quest! A quest! An absolutely perfect quest! Now let’s get back to it!

‘She was on her own, just the way it should be. She’d earned that, the suffering, the pain.’

Oh and Kiva did suffer but found a couple of unexpected allies! And I couldn’t be happier!

I can’t really say anything without spoiling so the plot is totally off limits here but know this, you won’t be disappointed!

Kiva, Jaren, Caldon, Tipp and co stole my heart over and over again. Honestly I adored every character in this series (apart from the baddies!) and there’s not many series you can say that about!

This was superb! Just like the first 2 books, this was top notch, there’s not a thing I didn’t enjoy!

It was everything I wanted, action, drama,
shocks, revelations where my jaw dropped, heartbreak, heart warming moments and all tied up in a neat little bow. Fabulous conclusion!

‘Now, we dream.’

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