Book Review | Unquiet Land by Sharon Shinn

Title: Unquiet Land

Author: Sharon Shinn

Series: Elemental Blessings #4

Age: Adult

Genres: Fantasy

Publication Date: November 1, 2016

Publisher: Ace

Source: Hardback

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Synopsis: 
From the national bestselling author of Jeweled Fire and Royal Airs comes the latest novel in the Elemental Blessings series.

Leah Frothen has returned home. But she can scarcely catch her breath before she is summoned by regent Darien Serlast, the man who made her a spy. Leah is reluctant to take on a new assignment, but Darien has dangled the perfect lure to draw her in…

Leah finds she enjoys the challenges of opening a shop catering to foreign visitors, especially since it affords her the opportunity to get to know Mally, the child she abandoned five years ago.

But when the regent asks her to spy on ambassadors from a visiting nation, Leah soon learns that everyone—her regent, her lover, and even her daughter—have secrets that could save the nation, but might very well break her heart.

My Rating: 

My Thoughts:
This was absolutely beautiful. I really enjoyed everything about this world and the characters. Unquiet Land brings an enchanting tale of love, family, betrayal and lots of political drama.

Leah returns home after having spent years in a foreign land as a spy. Her main goal as she returns home is to be reunited and reconnected with her daughter that she left behind.

When she returns home, she continues to work as a spy, but she faces many difficulties. She must find a balance between her daughter, her work with dangers it give and her personal life.

The romance was absolutely interesting! Two people with their own demons is always great. They get to grow together and move forward with their lives despite all their mistakes.

The overall writing was profound. Everything about this book just blew me away. I'm not sure if a 5th book is coming out, by I definitely will be reading the entire series ASAP!

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