FFBC Tour: Royal Decoy (FATE OF EYRINTHIA, #1) BY HEATHER FROST 

Royal Decoy (Fate of Eyrinthia, #1)

by Heather Frost
Release Date: June 18th 2020

Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Romance
 photo addtogoodreadssmall_zpsa2a6cf28.png
Synopsis:
A SERVANT blackmailed into becoming a princess’s decoy.
A BODYGUARD determined to keep her alive.
A PRINCE forced to execute his father’s brutal laws.
A PRISONER used to keep him compliant.
A WORLD on the brink of war.
In one horrible night, Clare goes from kitchen maid to royal decoy. She has three months to become the princess’s perfect double so she can ensure her betrothal to an enemy prince. Desperate to survive, Clare throws herself into self-defense training, taught by her distractingly attractive bodyguard. The danger increases when a ruthless assassin begins stalking her, intent on ending the tenuous peace.
Across the northern mountains, Prince Grayson is his father’s ultimate weapon. He carries out the king’s harsh orders because the one person he cares about is his father’s prisoner. Grayson’s silent obedience is tested when his father plans to exploit the marriage alliance between two of their greatest enemies. If Grayson submits, the blood of thousands will spill. If he resists, the girl who means everything to him will die.
The fate of Eyrinthia hangs in the balance. Some want peace. Some want war. All will be thrown into chaos.

REVIEW: I’ve been exited about this one for a little while now, and upon reading it, I am so happy I found this story! Filled with intrigue and danger, questions of fate, and a dash of romance, this book had a little of everything I want in this kind of story, and I can’t wait to see what happens next in this series!

This book focuses on two stories, that of Clare and of Prince Grayson. Both are caught in a fate that neither of them wanted. Clare gets caught in an assassination attempt on a princess, and while proved innocent Clare is forced to act as a decoy for the princess, or face assured death. Grayson is in one of the enemy kingdoms mentioned, forced to deal with his horrid family in an attempt to protect the girl he loves. Both stories are thrown together in the aftermath of cataclysmic events! Filled with twists and heartache, this story kept me hooked from the start, and I loved all the new turns as the story progressed!

Heather Frost writes mostly YA fiction and has a soft spot for tortured characters, breath-stealing romance, and happy endings. She is the author of the Seers trilogy. She has a BS in Creative Writing and a minor in Folklore, which means she got to read fairy tales and ghost stories and call it homework.
When she’s not writing, Heather likes to read, travel, and hold Lord of the Rings movie marathons. She owns two typewriters, sings in the car, and dreams of living in a castle someday. She currently lives in a beautiful valley surrounded by towering mountains in the wilds of Utah.

June 12th

June 13th

Annej Reads – Deleted Scenes
Ya It’s Lit – Review + Favourite Quotes
Captivated Reading – Review
Kalisbookishrambles – Review + Playlist + Dream Cast

June 14th

My Bookish Escapades – Exclusive Excerpt
Book briefs – Review
Dazzled by Books – Review + Favourite Quotes
Willow Writes And Reads – Review + Playlist
Books and Zebras – Review

June 15th

Kait Plus Books – The Story in GIFs
Moonlight Rendezvous – Review + Favourite Quotes
Lala’s Book Reviews – Review + Favourite Quotes
lexisbookreview – Review + Favourite Quotes

June 16th

L.M. Durand – Guest Post
Bookishly Nerdy – Review
BiblioJoJo – Review + Favourite Quotes
EBL INC – Review + Character Interview

June 17th

The Shelf Life Chronicles – Character Interview
dinipandareads – Review + Favourite Quotes
Foals, Fiction & Filigree – Review + Favourite Quotes
Happily, Hedy – Review

June 18th

Books A-Brewin’ – Exclusive Excerpt
Adventures in Abbyland – Review + Favourite Quotes

June 12th

June 13th

June 14th

June 15th

June 16th

June 17th

June 18th

 

 

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s