Book Review: The Royal Mages Series by Kristin Ping

First Sight
The Royal Mages Book 1
by Kristin Ping
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Young, French, and working in the USA, Danielle Laurant has it all—including the love of heartthrob Marick Young.
However, there’s something sinister brewing underneath their love.
Secrets can make or break any relationship—but especially when it’s one that goes against the grain of otherworldly laws.
Marick is the prince of warlocks and his father refuses to allow his son to love a human girl and Marick refuses to let her go.
Marick introduces Danielle to a world she didn’t know existed. But she needs to end their relationship or force him to lose his crown. And if it isn’t done soon, it won’t matter anyway. She’ll be put to death.
In this exciting, fast paced, introduction to the Royal Mages series by USA Today Bestselling Author Kristin Ping, prepare for a forbidden romance like no other.
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Forever Part I
The Royal Mages Book 2
Danielle Laurant has been struggling to be accepted behind the vail where witches and other supernatural roams free. But she is fighting for that chance, for her half witch/human unborn babies to live in the world where they belong, and juggling her new duties is a lot harder than what she is used to.
Marick Young, the prince of the mages, had to abdicate his throne in order to have the love of his life Danielle by his side. Still, it’s a hard struggle to be truly accepted as it’s forbidden to love a human.
Still, secrets can make or break any situation—especially when it’s one that goes against the grain of otherworldly laws. And Danielle is stuck right in the middle.
In this exciting, fast paced, second part of the Royal Mages series by USA Today Bestselling Author Kristin Ping, prepare for a forbidden romance like no other.
Forever Part II
The Royal Mages Book 3
Forever Part II is the final book in the Royal Mages trilogy.
A deadly and forbidden potion has back fired badly on Danielle’s life where she forgets Marick and her life as the wife of a royal mage.
She is stuck with a terrifying memory fed to her and finds herself living in a dark and unforgiving world.
Is her love for Marick strong enough to find him again? and what secrets is she going to unveil this time?
In this exciting, fast paced, third part to the Royal Mages trilogy by USA Today Bestselling Author Kristin Ping, prepare for a forbidden romance like no other.
The Royal Mages is a heck of a great series! You get thrown into the deep end along with the heroine almost from the very beginning, which for me personally is something I enjoy when I am reading a book series. I want to feel invested and want the action right away, and all three books in this series hit the ground running and give that action fix I want. Danielle is a human, nothing wrong with that unless you are a Prince of Warlocks and have to follow all the rules that come with it like Marick.
The passion between these two is steamy, and has to work to overcome the issues of being from two different worlds. To her credit in my mind Danielle handles finding out about magic and the rules of that realm pretty well. I can’t say that I would have handled it nearly as well as her if I was part of the book. I am not going to give away any of the best parts of this series. Let me say however, that if you like steamy romance and magic this series will tick all of your boxes for sure. Do not miss out only complaint, I wish each one was a little bit longer but then again maybe I am being greedy.
Kristin resides in South Africa, East side of Johannesburg with her husband and two beautiful little girls. Writing has always been a passion of hers and she’s living the dream, being able to write every day. ” I love life, cherish every special second of it and live my dream.” She has recently started her own Publishing company – Fire Quill Publishing in South Africa – http://www.firequillpublishing.com/
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