Winter’s Promise, by G. Bailey | Book Review

Hello friends! Today I have my review of Winter’s Promise, by G. Bailey.

Winter’s Promise is the third book in the Her Guardians series. 

Trigger / Content Warning: Sex Scenes

36309687War is coming.
The prophecy is coming true.
When the world is close to falling and all those she loves are in danger, what can Winter do to save everyone?
Winter finally has the answers to who she is but everything else in her life is in question.
How much of her past can control her future?
Can Winter make the decisions she needs to save the future?

From GoodReads [x]:

“REVERSE HAREM” IS, LITERALLY, THE OPPOSITE OF “HAREM”, WITH A GROUP OF MALES CENTERING ROUND A SINGULAR FEMALE, USUALLY WITH THREE OR MORE MALES. QUITE OFTEN FOUND UNDER THE ROMANCE GENRE.

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There was quite a bit that was happening within Winter’s Promise. We get glimpses (through the POVs we already read from) about side character developments. Reading these little developments were such a joy to read. I adore where their story is heading.

Much like the last two books Winter’s Promise was….interesting. In fact, Winter’s Promise felt like the longest book in the series—there’s just that much that happens.

Within Winter’s Promise we get to know a lot. There is almost an overload of new information, and lots of truths that we the reader know, but are revealed to concerning characters. Like how characters feel for one another. There’s also some truths that are revealed to other characters in Winter’s Promise.

While reading Winter’s Promise I genuinely had lots and lots of laughs. Much of these laughs were caused by Milo, and I’m so glad that he made it through this book.

What had me itching to read the final book in the Winter’s Guardians series was how Winter’s Promise ends. Winter gets a warning, and then lo-and-behold, the warning was true.

In the end, so much good happened in Winter’s Promise. The ending to this third book is enough to ensure that Winter’s War (the final book) will be a chaotic read.

I give Winter’s Promise, 3 stars.

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Have you read anything by G. Bailey? Did you enjoy it? 

Thanks for stopping by!

See you soon, and Happy Reading! 
Adele

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