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This is BOOK ONE of a THREE book series It is NOT a stand alone book The entire series is now availableAWARDSFinalist in the USA Best Book Awards Young Adult CategoryWinner Curvy Book Award Best Overall Small Press Within these pages lie kingdoms with castles and princes who fall in love with fair maidens but make no mistake−this is no fairytaleHis father's kingdom is on the brink of upheaval and at the center of it all is an ordinary girl who could be the key to its undoing When faced with the ultimate choice will he choose the girl he's falling in love with or the kingdom he has sworn to protectAn ordinary girl with an extraordinary past All she wants is to be free What she doesn't realize is that freedom comes with a price she can't affo. “The word is to be preparedThe key will arriveWe must all be ready” A conuered kingdomA nation on the brink of civil warA soldier prince tired of killingA lost heirAnd a court full of enemiesThe resultYoung Adult fantasy at its finest “Surelyfighting for what was right and what one believed in was worth the riskBecause if no one stood up against this tyrannyit would continue until they eventually lost their landlivelihoodand homes” Seventeen years agoGreenwood Island fell and the entire royal family was slaughteredOr so they thoughtThe young princess survivedand grew up away from potential dangersisolated and ignorant of her true heritageuntil she crossed paths with Prince Darmik and everything changedA series of events forced Rema to get engaged to his brotherthe despicable Crown Prince Lennekwho chose her as his bride only to upset his brotherRema ended up locked inside the palaceafraid of her betrothed and the kingtrying to decipher the meaning of an important riddlewhile Darmik tried to fight his feelings for her and find the rebels who threatened the peace of his kingdomBut some truths are better left hidden “You ruin everything you touch” What makes a YA fantasy book a good YA fantasy book An intriguing storyDo you know when I was certain I would love this bookWhen I read the first chaptera chapter narrating how a soldier tried to protect the royal family and swore to the fallen ueen he will keep her daughter aliveI got goosebumps and I could hear my loud heartbreatmy hands shook and my breath caught and I knewI knew I just dived into an unforgettable reading experienceThe rest of the story did not disappointSibling rivalriespoliticsa brewing uprisinghideous actsmystery and a huge cliffhanger left me craving for and Jennifer Anne Davis managed this without using magic and bloody battlesand it surprised me that I didn't mind at all A good world buildingEven though the structure and the history of Greenwood Island and the Empire were gradually revealedevery necessary information was at your disposalmaking you a part of this sufferingbroken worldfeeling for the poor and wanting to right everything that was wrongStarting with murdering Lennek and feeding him to the sharksWhich brings me to the next entry A villain that makes you thirsty for his blood in a non vampiric but homicidal wayThere are villains you love to hatevillains that cause you a pang of sympathyDarkling who is a category all by himself and villains that awaken your violent tendecies and make plotting their death a very satisfactory hobbyLennek and the King belong to the latest categoryIf you're scared there's a love triangle rejoice because there is notLennek is the jealousruthless brother who doesn't take no for an answer and wants to hurt Darmik however he canand claiming a girl his brother likes is his sick pleasureHe and his fathertwo people who care only about their needs but leave their people starvedeserve to die in the most painful way possibleI am than willing to help A relatable heroineRema is not your typical kickass YA heroine who can do nothing wrong and handles a sword like a trained soldierBut she is strong and proud and dedicated to her family and willing to help people in needThere were moments she lost her courage and her faithand she made mistakesbut those are the exact reasons I could relate to herand assume I would follow the same course of action in her placeShe's realistic Swoony romanceEven though there was insta attraction and connection between Rema and Darmikthings between them developed slowly in a burning your insidesturning you into goo kind of wayand their moments were so sweet and adorable I couldn't help but puke unicornsThey had a fairytalish vibe I found deeply endearingThey have many things to resolve and trust to rebuild but I fiercely believe they're soulmates and they'll find their happy endingIf notyou know I'm available Darmik babyrightdon't judge meyou know I have a thing for tortured but noble princes If you loved Air Awakensyou have to try The Key ASAPAnd guysit's free on You're welcome

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The Key By Jennifer Anne DavFaced with an impossible choice Rema is forced to sacrifice her heart in order to save her familyAs Rema is taken to the palace with the Crown Prince Darmik confronts the growing rumor that a legitimate blood heir to the throne exists and is trying to overthrow Darmik's family In Darmik's uest to hunt down and kill the threat he discovers that nothing is as it seems Locked in the king's castle Rema finds herself a key player in a massive power struggle When Darmik shows up she's not sure if she can trust him The line between friends enemies and loyalty becomes blurred As truths are unlocked Rema understands that she just might be the key to finding the rightful heir and restoring peace to the kingdom if she can manage to stay alive long enough. DNF at 60% Okay I really tried to finish reading this book There were so many great reviews but this didn't work out for me I really hoped it would but there were so many tropes and cliches I couldn't handle So I really don't want to be harsh while reviewing this but at the same time I must explain few reasons why this didn't work out for me ✖ The inta love is so instant that the moment they looked at each other they were in love They barely spoke and directly afterward the MC's thoughts went back to their meeting repeatedly ✖ The main character's 'braveness' went overboard I don't want to spoil anything for those who haven't read this book yet so I have to explain this carefully The MC was supposedly brave but during a specific part her braveness was of stupidity Her actions were foolish and she acted like a child There is a difference between being brave and knowing the conseuences and being stupid and reckless In one scene the heroine basically jumped from a high cliff to a river when she was a child It was stated that she didn't even check whether the water was deep or not and only wished that she wouldn't get hurt Now this isn't the situation I'm talking about here Its just and example✖ I didn't care about the heroine but that may only be me ✖ There were many tropes such as ✖ Forced marriage ✖ The unloved childhood friend ✖ I don't want marriage because I'm different ✖ insta love ✖ The lost princess ✖ The psycho evil king ✖ Ok there were many so I'll stop hereThere were honestly great things I found in this book such as ✔ The writing style is very engaging When I started reading this I just wanted to try reading a fantasy novel but the book surprised me by how it was easy to get through If it wasn't for the heroine I might've enjoyed this book ✔ The politics was enjoyable I really liked Darmik's side How he was sympathetic and nice to people but when it came to making decisions for the kingdom he became strict The politics was the strong part in this book but it wasn't the big part so I couldn't complete reading it for these few scenes █ █ █ █ █ █ █I might've not enjoyed this as much as others did so yes this is my opinion There are many readers who loved this book and gave it five stars which only proves that this book might've not worked for me but maybe it will for others Enjoy

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READ The Key By Jennifer Anne Davis ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ ➵ [Reading] ➷ The Key By Jennifer Anne Davis ➪ – This is BOOK ONE of a THREE book series It is NOT a stand alone book The entire series is now availableAWARDSFinalist in the 2014 USA Best Book AwarRd to pay She's forced to accept the proposal of a prince she despises even though her heart belongs to someone else his brotherSeventeen year old Rema lives in a brutal kingdom where travel between regions is forbidden people are starving and looking at someone the wrong way can mean death Nineteen year old Darmik is the king's son and Commander of the King's Army He spends his days roving the island doing his father's bidding and trying to maintain control over the peopleWhen a chance encounter throws Rema and Darmik together they share an instantaneous connection but any sort of relationship between them is strictly forbidden Darmik's brother the Crown Prince notices Darmik's interest in Rema and in a calculated political move blackmails her. I can pretty much sum up this book the following way DAMNYOUCLIFFHANGERSBUTHOLYHELLTHATWASAMAZEBALLS I went into this book knowing it was outside of my typical genre I honestly anticipated a bit of a fluffy Romeo and Juliet esue type of read I couldn't have been wrong Jennifer Anne Davis absolutely blew me away with The Key The character development was phenomenal the plot was an absolute page turner and the heroine was probably one of my ALL TIME favorites It is typically very hard for me to be taken by a female lead In fact they normally drive me bat shit crazy Rema however was all kinds of sassy independent and strong The hero was über swoon worthy as every hero should be and the villains were absolutely awful human beings I wanted to storm the castle and kick their shins Jennifer did leave us hanging off of a huge ass cliff but I simply cannot devour a book the way I devoured The Key and not give it 5 stars Rest assured the wait for book two will not be long Until then I suggest we gather a mob with pitch forks and demand Jennifer to put those typing fingers to work Must Have Book Two Now Absolutely brilliant fresh engaging read 5 stars