Jahna was raised in a small town, spending her days with her close friends. they hoped to collect enough money to venture into the city. Jahna had the ability of prophecy and telepathy. however, being banished, her mother refused to help her nurture her abilities. only after Jahna discovered her powerful lineage did she realized her strength. with the king dying, the neighboring country planned to take advantage of the situation. when Jahna found out that she had the power to protect their land, she set out on a journey to discover her birthright.
I received a free e-book from the author in exchange of a review. I wasn’t a huge fan for the historical genre but was intrigued by the magical part of it. the first half of the book was mostly unimportant, though it helped to introduce a character more thoroughly, it still seemed unnecessary. I almost gave up reading because of it but was pleased to held onto the book, even though it took me quite a while to finally get into the story. when I finally did, I couldn’t put the book down. the story only truly started when their town was attacked and the story started to become increasingly captivating. curiosity had me flying through the pages with anticipation ever since.
author: J.L. Tomlinson