King Kelson’s Bride
Histories of King Kelson #4
finishes, happily, the story of King Kelson. At least, he finally gets married successfully. I’m guessing there was enough outcry at how she left her Histories of King Kelson series that her publisher wanted to wrap it up happily.
It was just to wordy though. To much description of everything: clothes, scenery, people, objects, ceremonies. She described a bloody picnic for almost 2 pages.
I was glad to see a happy ending for Kelson, but I have no real interest in any more of her stuff. It seems to be church history with a tiny bit of magic thrown in. I was not enthralled.