“Seal of the King” is an action-packed fantasy novel with a battle of romance and faith intertwined. The protagonist David sees visions of a beautiful, strong warrior woman who he has been seeing in flashes since she was a girl. Though no one believes David, to him the girl is very real.
What David doesn’t realise as the novel begins is that the girl has been having these same flashes of David. One fateful night their worlds suddenly merge and cross, and David rescues Aurora from a group of soldiers determined to kill her. The pace picks up from there, and the action unfolds as David learns more about Aurora’s war-torn world and discovers that his own world isn’t as mundane as he thought —and soon they are on a mission to save both from the darkness.
I really enjoyed reading this book, it was the strong reviews that brought me here, and the promise of romance that compelled me to read. I actually enjoyed the action too. I was not left disappointed.