The Emissary is the second book in The Enthronement series. A is a young adult fantasy romance bordering on new adult fantasy romance with spicy yet clean romance, royal romance to make one dream of princess life, a fairytale retelling of The Princess and the Pea that fans of The Selection, The Hunger Games, Matched, and Gail Carson Levine will eat up!
In the thirst for love and power is there anyone you can trust?
The Enthronement is down to fifteen girls, all determined to fight to win the competition and Prince Gavril's affection. The next round of tests will try the girls more intensely than anything they've faced yet. Four foreign nations are sending delegations to negotiate new trade deals with the royal family. And the Chosen Ladies of the Enthronement will play hostesses.
Meanwhile, Kascia's struggling to know whom to trust. She may have won Prince Gavril's trust again, but can she trust him or any of her friends? She trusted her father with everything only to learn it was all a lie to use her as a pawn in his own twisted schemes. She must keep those feelings tight under control as she prepares to receive the delegation she's assigned, maintain the prince's trust in her all while unsure who or what she truly is.
If it was only her life on the line, perhaps she wouldn't be so anxious, but much more rests on her ability to pass these tests. Offending the visiting dignitaries could start a second war or drive their people deeper into debt and poverty. If she cannot discover who she can trust in time, she may kill the very people she's trying to save.
Can she figure out whom she can trust while still passing each test of the Enthronement or will she fail and start a bloody foreign war on top of the 500-year civil war she's given her all to stop?
Fans of Hunger Games, The Selection, and Divergent will love this twisted dystopian fantasy romance full of intrigue, romance, danger, and glittering gowns and jewels.