Published on February 14, 2017 by Sun’s Golden Publishing
Genre: Romance, New Adult, Fantasy
Fifty years of war have led to this.
Prince Galian spends his days ministering to the sick in Kylae, but his nights strategizing how to change hearts and minds of his people. With the death camp closed, the country is becoming more volatile, and even King Grieg may not be able to maintain control over the warring factions.
Across the Great Madion Sea, Theo Kallistrate seeks an audience with the Raven rebels, rumored to be brewing insurrection against President Bayard. But they don’t trust her, and progress has been achingly slow. When the war takes a major turn, Theo and Galian find themselves front and center in a political firestorm that could end with their union…or their funeral.
The Union is the final book in the Madion War Trilogy, which readers have called, “fast-paced,” “compelling,” and “not to be missed.”
(Warning: You have to read the book 1 and 2 in the Madion War series.)
The third book in the Madion War Series that basically will give you a lot of feels – anguish, weeping, and in love. I know books will give you this kind of feelings but this is different.
The story is getting more complicated to our love birds Theo and Galian because of war and politics. Their dating life is not a secret anymore when Grieg (Galian’s Father) made an announcement about their incoming wedding for a treaty on both countries – Rave and Kylae.
We saw the ending of the 2nd book that Theo was in the plane with a bomb and Galian save her. Because of that she’s in Kylae, but their life wasn’t that easy. In the 3rd book, they still have their own job to settle first and that will make them apart. The character development is so good and satisfying, I saw a Theo and Galian vulnerabilities and made me love them even more. Long distance relationship made them closer and even understanding each other. Though there are certain times that they argue but it’s part of the relationship. I think the author wants reader to see that it’s possible to find a true love.
Can we also recognize our beloved Rhys? YEP. I feel like he’s an underrated character in the book and he deserves a lot of attention. He is a perfect man that dedicates all his time on work – that’s how I can describe Rhys.
The book series centers about politics, love, war, and race. And it is the story that is light hearted and will make you fall in love all over again.
Read this if…….
You want a heart-warming but also tackles about politics.
Fictional places Rave, Kylae, Veres, Norose, Jerin, and Herin.