Hello friends! Today I have my review of
Winter’s War, by G. Bailey.
Winter’s War is the last, final, book in the series called Her Guardians.
Trigger / Content Warning: Sex Scenes, War
The blue-sided human will choose a side.
When four princes are born, on the same day, they will rule true.
Her saviour will die when the choice is made.
If she chooses wrong, she will fall.
If she chooses right, then she will rule.
Only her mates can stop her from the destruction of all.
If the fates allow, no one need fall.
For only the true kings hold her fate and they will be her mates.
The prophecy is true, the war is here and her saviour will die.
Follow Winter and her mates in the final installment in Her Guardians Series.
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.
I was highly anticipating Winter’s War precisely because of what happened at the ending within the previous novel, Winter’s Promise.
By the end of the Her Guardians series, I was very happy with everything that happened within Winter’s War.
Quite a bit happens in this last novel actually! Everything moves at an almost furious pace—from the plot, the relationships, the characters and anything else that I may have missed.
There were a few times within this last book that actually surprised me. But the surprises actually made sense so I’m not too upset by what happened.
I’m very glad that everything worked out for Winter and Her Guardians (see what I did there), and how they’re choosing to live their life.
I also enjoyed from Winter’s War:
- The extra tid-bit that I adored reading was the bonus scenes at the end of Winter’s War.
- I’m glad that there were some characters who forged new, and stronger bonds with one another.
I give Winter’s War, 3 stars.
Have you read anything by G. Bailey? Have you read Her Guardians series? Did you like it?
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