Ashabreek by Kathleen Farquhar is a story of betrayal, love and war.
First off, I would like to thank Kathleen for allowing me to read her book and give my input on it. Ashabreek at the beginning sort of confused me. It starts out with Genova being the main character, but then switches to her sister, Babette. With the title being Ashabreek, I thought he would be the main character. As the story went on, I really enjoyed it.
Without giving too much away, the story line is great, my favorite character is Ashabreek. There’s a certain charm about him. He’s the enemy, but I can’t help but be drawn to him. I wouldn’t mind switching to the dark side for him.
Babette was really annoying, I actually don’t like her at all. She’s too much to handle for me. Ray is an interesting character, I would definitely love to read more about him!
I was a little confused about how fast the characters seemed to move on in terms of relationships and love. I would’ve liked to read more about the kindling love.
As a whole, the book was really good, the story was interesting and there was definitely twists and turns throughout the story. Definitely keeps you guessing!
I rate this book a 4 out of 5! Buy this book!! Can’t wait for the next book!
You think you know evil?
The world of Viron hides behind a mask of Royal galas, peace, and plenty…all the while an unspeakable force rises against the monarchy, threatening to destroy all they have created.
Genova, a Princess in line for the Cahyan Throne, must go into hiding with her family when their mortal enemy returns to kill them all…a man named Ashabreek. Genova, a timid woman by nature must find the strength and courage in her heart to stand against the man, who had been targeting her family for decades, but as more and more secrets about her family’s connection to him surface, her heart begins to doubt every decision she has ever made…
Meanwhile, Ashabreek seeks an army to take over Viron, needing only a powerful artifact that can control the minds of men, and the only woman who can wield its power. But Ashabreek’s journey leads him down paths far darker than he ever intended, and with each decision, he is led to unspeakable actions that threaten to tear apart his soul.
War is coming, and the prize is the Throne. But with a villain for every hero and a hero for every villain, how does one differentiate good from evil?
To find out more about Kathleen Farquhar, click the link: http://kathleenfarquhar.tateauthor.com
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