Another book that was not very memorable, but here is the book description to start:
“Lady Elanna Valtai is fiercely devoted to the King who raised her like a daughter. But when he dies under mysterious circumstances, Elanna is accused of his murder and must flee for her life.
Returning to the homeland of magical legends she has forsaken, Elanna is forced to reckon with her despised, estranged father, branded a traitor long ago. Feeling a strange, deep connection to the natural world, she also must face the truth about the forces she has always denied or disdained as superstition powers that suddenly stir within her.
But an all-too-human threat is drawing near, determined to exact vengeance. Now Elanna has no choice but to lead a rebellion against the kingdom to which she once gave her allegiance. Trapped between divided loyalties, she must summon the courage to confront a destiny that could tear her apart.”
I did think the magic she had that had to do with plants was cool. But seems part of the “secret powers til 16th birthday” trope. Also the love interest was not really that interesting, I was uninterested in following. Probably won’t be continuing this series and that is a little disappointing because I had high hopes. It sounded good.
This makes this the second book of the year to give a barely 3 star rating to and hoping for a better reading review the next time I post.
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