Sunday, September 08, 2019

Review: Janna of Castle Ambrose by Jordan Elizabeth


When I was a child, the usurper invaded my country. My family died in front of me and left Castle Ambrose in tatters. Since then, the usurper has ruled over Hamlin and I’ve wanted nothing more than to see him dead.

Life at Castle Ambrose isn’t all bad for Janna. She has a secret – she can communicate with the sea serpent living in the loch. When merchants visit Castle Ambrose, Janna hears that the Earl of Ambrose’s sons are still alive, but imprisoned. If she can free them, they can round up rebels from across Hamlin and rid themselves of the filthy usurper.

Civil war churns on the horizon, but Jana’s loyalties waver. The sea serpents can destroy the enemy’s ships…and Janna must decide who that enemy is.


I loved this book. It's very well-written and story is also great. I loved all the characters. It's such a fantastical tale of sea serpents, rebellions, secrets, and romance. I enjoyed every single moment in this story.

It starts with a tragedy and ends in happiness. Sometimes things aren't what they seem to be and Janna is going to find that out the hard way. Will she be able to make the right decision at the right time or is she about to doom her people to war and mayhem?

This is something I love about Jordan Elizabeth's books. They're always unique and highly entertaining. This book is no exception and I enjoyed reading it a lot. I'd definitely recommend it to my fellow readers. Unless you don't like stories about magical creatures and/or wars. It's definitely not for the faint of heart. I was literally crying at how it all began. Although as the story progresses it becomes more lighthearted and fun. Still, it's pretty emotional story. Which I loved about it!

P.S. I received a complimentary copy of this book.

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