Second Daughter | Review


Rating: 4 out of 5.


Firsts Impressions

After so long I was able to get back to Dharia and continue with Aniri’s adventures, and I can tell you they’re many on this book too.

I was worried since last time she was coming home after saving Ash’s country and having discover conspiracies and such in the first book.

Now it’s time to make a decision since the weeding seems awfully fast and her sister it’s in trouble and Aniri as usual follows her heart into more troubles as usual.


We have the same cast as before and a few new additions that makes for a stronger plot and more conspiracies are unheartened in this one too.

We learn a little more of the background between the countries and how the traditions are in Jungali and it’s neighboring countries, that’s so interesting really, since the characters drive forward all these secrets and the story together too.

Final Thoughts

By the end with the ups and downs, you still have a good dose of adventure, secrets, love and new beginnings that we need really, hoping to see how all this ends on the third book. it’s pretty light even when it’s heavy on the politics of ruling and agreed marriages, however it don’t disappoint and it’s pretty fun to follow.

About the book

Aniri’s life is supposedly perfect—she’s beloved by the people of Jungali and betrothed to their handsome prince. He’s a noble barbarian who’s pledged to use his skyship for peace, but the threat of a second skyship in the hands of rival country Samir looms over their impending marriage… and Aniri begins to question her rush to marry a man she barely knows.

When the Second Daughter of Dharia is poisoned, Aniri tells her soon-to-be husband she must rush off to Samir to care for her beloved sister. After all, how can she wed when Seledri may be dying? But in her heart, Aniri fears she may be like her long-lost father, fleeing the responsibilities of crown once again.

Aniri may be a runaway bride, but the dangers in Samir are real—Seledri is being stalked by an assassin, the second skyship could bring war, and the three Queendoms have never had so much unrest. As Aniri fights to free her sister from a husband and a country she does not love, she unlocks tightly-kept secrets that might have been better left uncovered… and she wonders whether a love pledged in the heat of adventure can survive the looming threat of war.


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