Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2017
I give this book 2 stars simply because Ms. Kean is a decent writer. Unfortunately, the angsty inner dialogue and musings of the H and h are so repetitive, reading this book became tedious beyond belief. Early on, it was so apparent from the h's thought process how this disaster would play out. Her stupidity was astounding. I don't think I have ever read another book that features a knight as the hero who at no time during the story has a sword. Huh? He was basically defenseless and had to be rescued by others every time there was trouble. Then you have the undisciplined 3-1/2 year old who spouts the dialogue of a much older child. None of the characters were believable except, perhaps, the H's friend and overlord who only comes into the story toward the end. I won't be buying the rest of the series. Thank goodness this was free!
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