Princess Lia is forced into an arranged marriage. Unwilling to go through with it she and her friend run away to a small sea village where they find work and try to live normal lives among the common folk. When two strangers arrive, the prince and an assassin sent by Venda to kill her, deceptions swirl and lies abound. As bounty hunters are sent to find her, Lia struggles to find perilous secrets that could unravel her world, even as she feels herself falling in love.
I adored this book. The author’s writing style is unique and she tricks us into believing one thing is true when it is actually the opposite for like half the book. I can’t can’t can’t wait to read the next book in the series especially if it is as good as the Kiss Of Deception.
I couldn’t stop reading this book. Every chance I got I had my nose buried in it. I would totally reread this. Kiss of Deception is a MUST read.