Review: The Gilded Cage by Lynette Noni

TitleThe Gilded Cage (#2)
Author: Lynette Noni
Page Count: 448
Published: 7th October 2021
Genre: Fiction, Fantasy

The ‘I didn’t pay for this’ warning

I got this as a preview copy from the nice people at Netgalley BUT I will always be honest about a book no matter if I paid for it or not. There are also affiliate links in here, too 💜

TL;DR Recommendation:

READ THIS SERIES RIGHT NOW, YOU PLONKER.

I CANNOT DEAL WITH ALL THESE CLIFFS.

If you read The Prison Healer then this is the book you’ve been waiting for and let me just tell you right now – your emotions probably won’t be able to handle this one either. Here’s what you’re in for:

✨ More Kiva
✨ More complications
✨ Family hell-bent on ruining all the fun
✨ An ending that will absolutely fling you sideways

Kiva is free. After escaping the shithole otherwise known as Zalindov, she’s off to live her new life as the love interest of Jaren and (probably the more important part) a rebel spy from the other royal family. Before she knows it, she’s knocked over the noggin and dragged away to chat with her real family which sets the royal family into overdrive trying to find her.

Before long, Kiva has become part of their family which causes a few problems as you can imagine.

She has to pick – them or her heart. Which let’s face it, sucks.

Honestly, I love this book. It’s so hard to put it into words with gushing as the screen which no one wants to read. The twists and turns will cause you whiplash, tension that will cause you to shift in your seat and a grin that will end up plastered all over your face.

This is a ridiculously easy read that you’ll devour in a weekend. You should absolutely read this series and then console me whilst I wait for the next one.

Oh, and I will protect Tipp with my life and Caldon is my new bestie. Kill off either of them, Ms Noni, then you’ll have a sobbing mess on your hands.

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