Wednesday, October 10, 2012

The Traitor's Daughter by Paula Brandon

The Traitor's Daughter
by Paula Brandon

Book Description: (taken from amazon)

On the Veiled Isles, ominous signs are apparent to those with the talent to read them. The polarity of magic is wavering at its source, heralding a vast upheaval poised to alter the very balance of nature. Blissfully unaware of the cataclysmic events to come, Jianna Belandor, the beautiful, privileged daughter of a powerful Faerlonnish overlord, has only one concern: the journey to meet her prospective husband.  But revolution is stirring as her own conquered people rise up against their oppressors, and Jianna is kidnapped and held captive at a rebel stronghold, insurance against what are perceived as her father’s crimes. 

The resistance movement opens Jianna’s eyes―and her heart. Despite her belief in her father’s innocence, she is fascinated by the bold and charming nomadic physician and rebel sympathizer, Falaste Rione—who offers Jianna her only sanctuary in a cold and calculating web of intrigue. As plague and chaos grip the land, Jianna is pushed to the limits of her courage and resourcefulness, while virulent enemies discover that alliance is their only hope to save the human race.

I was given this book by netgalley for my honest opinion.

My review:

If you would have told me this was a historic romance book I wouldn't have guess that. This book was no where near that, I actually hated this book and didn't finish it. I got half way through it and gave up. Nothing about this book was interesting and it didn't catch my attention at all. Hardly any action and no good parts in it, I gave up on this book about 200 pages in. I know what you are thinking at that point why not just finish the book, well I couldn't. I tried forcing myself to finish it but having to pick up a book that you hated was awful. I'm sorry to this author if this upsets you but there are just some books you can't make a person read. 

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