A Fate of Wrath and Flame: Review

A Fate of Wrath and Flame

Romy is a NYC thief working under a crime boss. She meets a strange woman, and is teleported to a new world with a mission. She wakes up in the body of a treasonous princess who’s been involved in the murder of part of the royal family. Romy must hide her true identity as she tries to fulfill her mission, figure out who’s causing trouble in the kingdom, and also not fall for her prince.

A Fate of Wrath and Flame Review

Um wow. I did not expect this! Beautiful cover, but it kind of looks like a typical KU book that is entertaining, has a good romance, and then you forget about it.

But NO!

A Fate of Wrath & Flame was awesome! It starts a bit urban fantasy which threw me off (and isn’t usually my fav) but it really helped make this story unique.

– Loved the romance (Zander gives me some Nikolai vibes so I love him)
– Romy has such a cool story and I loved seeing her thrown into a new world
– Lots of mystery and secrets
– Potential for really cool magic

A little spicy, but I’d give it a 1/ 5. I wish there was a little more, but that’s a personal preference.





““Do you normally have an audience when you bathe?” I ask. “If there is a female in my bathing chamber, she is not sitting in a chair beside me.” He smirks.”
““You’ve done everything wrong. You are hotheaded, you speak out of turn and do the opposite of what we agreed to, you antagonize me as if you have no fear of consequence. You continue to lie and deceive me. Your heart bleeds too much for the plight of mortals, and you seem willing to challenge anyone who doesn’t bleed the same.” He sighs, his hazel eyes settling on me, a brilliant kaleidoscope of gold in the setting sun. “You do everything wrong, and yet everything right.””

“Let us not play this game of pretend anymore. At least not for tonight.””

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