Based on the description, I didn’t expect such a strong Christian element or the story to have roots in this world. I usually choose fantasy to escape and so kept stumbling out of the story. I wish the description had mentioned the Christianity, though if I had read more of the reviews, I would have certainly noticed before I started reading. If you pick up Seal of the King, you’ll certainly get a tale with a strong female character, a man with great morals, and a big dose of Christian religion. If that sounds good to you, give this book a read!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Christian fantasy with lots of romance, August 7, 2014
This review is from: Seal of the King (Kindle Edition)
Seal of the King is as much of a romance as it is a fantasy story. The main characters, Aurora and David, saw visions of each other since they were children. They finally meet, crossing the boundaries of worlds, to discover a relationship and a destiny. The story line is tightly woven and the plotting strong. This book will keep your attention. I thought some of the emotional connection was a little too strong, but then I prefer epic fantasy to romance so that is just me. There are a few typos, but nothing too distracting. The story is very interesting and well worth the read.