Publication Date: June 4, 2014
Origins: From Author for Review
Synopsis: Rose has lost everything she's ever known.
Her father has been murdered. She has fled her home in the Forested Land to take refuge with King Andrew Rivers in a foreign kingdom.
Her home is under the control of a tyrant king, one who will stop at nothing to see Rose and all of her family dead. She has to fight to stay hidden, stay alive, and find a way back home.
Now Rose must find a way to organize a rebellion to get back to her homeland, as well as win the hearts of a kingdom that doesn't know her. With lords scheming with hidden agendas and her own secrets threatening to be exposed, Rose must face enemies she never expected and find a destiny she never planned for.
In the stunning sequel to The Forest's Heir, Ley Hayley takes readers on a journey through court intrigue and matters of the heart. The Fire's Princess truly is a fiery ride!
The second book in the Elemental Royals Trilogy will be available on in paperback from Createspace Publishing and as an eBook from Amazon and Smashwords on June 4, 2014.
Series: The Forest's Heir (1), The Fire's Princess (2)
Review: Rose has lost her sister, her father, her kingdom, and her first love. She’s now found refuge with the remainder of her family with her betrothed, King Andrew Rivers. As a traitor tyrant has taken over the Forested Land and named himself king, Rose longs to fight for her family, her land, her people, and her crown. With schemes flying all around her, including her own, Rose can only hope nothing stands in her way of fighting back. THE FIRE’S PRINCESS takes up after THE FOREST’S HEIR ends and I enjoyed seeing the difference in Rose. She’s becoming a bit unapologetic for wanting to do what it takes to save what’s left of her family and her people. I liked how she wanted to learn to fight with a sword and shoot a bow. As much as Andrew Rivers wants to keep her safe, Rose needs to grow into herself and into her powers. There are some interesting twists and turns throughout the story, which kept me intrigued. THE FIRE’S PRINCESS does leave you with an abrupt ending, but it only makes readers crave the next book!