The Leviathan Prince

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Keatep is accustomed to the nightmares. The headaches, the burning pain, the heat. After the battle she hoped it was over.

But when the Leviathan Prince shares the same nightmare, Keatep knows something is wrong. It’s her fault. And now the man she loves is suffering for it.

Turning violent, he tries to kill her. His only refuge is in the form of a wolf. But he can’t stay that way forever. Time is running out.

Driven by loyalty and love, Kea risks all, including her fragile position as a soldier, to save the kingdom and the man she loves.

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Continue the riveting story of Keatep and Ikane in Book Two of the Roanfire Saga. The Leviathan Pirate is filled with intense action, courtly intrigue, rogue assassins, and unyielding love. A story that will immerse you in an incredible world of magic, friendship and conflict—physical, emotional, and moral.

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Reviews:Marlow on Amazon wrote:

5.0 out of 5 stars
A great sequel!
April 13, 2019
Format: Kindle Edition
A great sequel to CK Miller's first book in the series, The Phoenix Host!

I think my favorite aspect of this book (and the series) is the author's ability to make you really care about the characters. Each one is unique and dynamic. I love Kea and Ikane's growing relationship, and the thing that prevents them from getting too close to each other is truly frustrating (for them, not necessarily for me as a reader). I also love that Kea is a "strong, female protagonist" without ever needing to proclaim it or shove it in our faces. She and everyone else have flaws, but they still fight through them. Also, Rion's ominous, lurking presence creates excellent tension and a sense of foreboding throughout the story.

The only real downside to the story (and it's minor, in my opinion) was that the middle portion seemed very drawn out. I felt the same way about the first book. Some scenes probably could've been removed from the middle without losing much of the overall narrative, but that's just personal taste. I wasn't bored or anything, but it just felt like a long time before truly necessary events happened. Still, this only bothered me a tiny bit.

Overall, I really enjoyed this book and I can't wait to read the next one!


The second book in the Roanfire Saga by CK Miller.

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