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Review of A Tale of Two Kingdoms by Victoria Danann

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When your two Species have been at war for two thousand years, there’s little choice as to what the heir of the Fae and the princess of the Elves can do when they realize they’re mates in A Tale of Two Kingdoms.Prince Duff Torquil plans their escape and arranges for Princess Aelsong Hawking to meet him with the help of Elora Laiken Hawking of the Order of the Black Swan. But things don’t go as planned and without divine intervention the two lovers may never see each other again.

I seem to go a long time between reading the books in this series, but it’s always fun to go back to. It’s about time Duff and Song finally got their story, which will force the issue of whether the two species are actually the same, something Elora has suspected for some time now. I hadn’t realized before now how much of an asshole Song and Ram’s brother Aelsblood was. It makes you want to do to him what Song does. We also get a glimpse of Rosie and Glen, who are headed for rough waters. It makes me sad for Rosie, who only wanted to be with Glen. I won’t say any more, you’ll have to read it for yourself.



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