The Princess Knight Kindle ô The Princess MOBI

The Princess Knight Kindle ô The Princess  MOBI In New York Times bestselling author GA Aiken’s gripping new fantasy romance series, the Blacksmith Queen must confront armies and pretenders desperate to take her newwon crown But with the Princess Knight at her side and a centaur warrior clan at her back, she’ll risk everything for victory LONG LIVE THE QUEEN Gemma Smythe dedicated her life to the glory of battle With her fellow War Monks, she worshipped the war gods, rained destruction on her enemies, and raised the dead when the fancy took her Until her sister Keeley became the prophesied Blacksmith Queen, and Gemma broke faith with her order to journey to the Amichai Mountain and fight by Keeley’s side The Amichai warriors are an unruly, nevertobetamed lot, especially their leaderinwaiting, Quinn But when the War Monks declare support for Gemma’s ruthless younger sister Beatrix, the immaturity of her key ally is the least of Gemma’s problems She has to get to the grand masters, dispel their grudge against her, and persuade them to fight for Keeley and justice If her conviction can’t sway them, perhaps Quinn’s irritating, irreverent, clearly unhinged, ferocity will win the day

10 thoughts on “The Princess Knight

  1. Aisling Zena Aisling Zena says:

    4 stars

    Review now posted 3/8/2020

    When you pick up a G.A.Aiken/Shelly Laurenston book, you know two things for a certainty. One, you will get the most badass, kickass female characters and two, craziness will ensue in every shape, way or form. With multiple POVs, an abundance of quirky side characters and gory batt

  2. Corina Corina says:

    I needed this book!! It was utterly entertaining, with many laugh out loud moments, and my beloved GA Aiken characters with their button pushing personalities.

    Full review to come....


    I received a copy of this book from the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review. My opinions have not been influenced by the publisher or the

  3. Stacey is Sassy Stacey is Sassy says:

    Blink and you will miss the love story…

    The Princess Knight was a bloody good story but it wasn’t a great “love” story.

    I could easily leave my review at that because I think it sums it up quite nicely.

    But… I can’t help myself, and I probably need to explain my 5-star rating for a not great love story, so, here goes…

    G.A. Aiken again proves her stuff writing such a

  4. Sentranced Jem Sentranced Jem says:
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    November seems so...far away :(

    But still...

  6. Carvanz Carvanz says:

    I’m totally loving this series! Filled with so much excitement, drama, humor and intrigue, once I began I couldn’t stop.

    Gemma was so different from Keeley and yet I loved her every bit as much as I did Keeley. I actually appreciated the differences between them and that this was not a replica of book one but was totally original in every way. Yet both of these characters are tough heroines as in they kn

  7. Marta Cox Marta Cox says:

    This time the author gives us Gemma the War Monk as our heroine which I hadn’t expected instead of her sister Keeley who two years ago became Queen of the Western Lands. Gemma has spent time protecting Keeley from their cold, evil, almost sociopathic sister Beatrix who is Queen of the East. Now though it’s Cyrus another of the old Kings children who is raging war and overthrowing religious sects . Gemma returns to

  8. Lady Heather Lady Heather says:

    I loved this book!
    I was entertained, amused, engaged, and satisfied with the story and the characters.

    In most (if not all) of G.A. Aiken's (and when she's writing Shelly Laurenston) series', there is one character that is over the top and slightly more insane than the rest of them.
    Gemma is that character and this is her book.
    She's dramatic, loyal, loud and somebody you want on your side when

  9. Alison Alison says:

    Four and a half awesome stars!

    See there's this War Monk called Gemma who becomes a Princess and she goes on a mission with a Centaur because she thinks her evil younger sister is killing holy people for some nefarious purpose.

    Oh, and there's Witches and Virgins and Assassins and a Truce Monk and a Blood Warlock and a Nun and two Queens (one of whom is really a Blacksmith) and Dwarves. Sorry, forgot th

  10. Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog) Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog) says:

    review to come

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