The Diplomat

☆ The Diplomat ò Sophia French ☆ The Diplomat ò Sophia French - The Diplomat, The Diplomat Royal Envoy Rema is determined to broker a successful marriage between her master Emperor Ormun and a young princess of neighboring Danosha The Danoshans need protection and Ormun wants their unwave

  • Title: The Diplomat
  • Author: Sophia French
  • ISBN: 9781594934377
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Paperback

☆ The Diplomat ò Sophia French - The Diplomat, The Diplomat Royal Envoy Rema is determined to broker a successful marriage between her master Emperor Ormun and a young princess of neighboring Danosha The Danoshans need protection and Ormun wants their unwave

The Diplomat, ☆ The Diplomat ò Sophia French, The Diplomat, Sophia French, The Diplomat Royal Envoy Rema is determined to broker a successful marriage between her master Emperor Ormun and a young princess of neighboring Danosha The Danoshans need protection and Ormun wants their unwavering loyalty The sanctity of a royal wedding would resolve many diplomatic issues Upon arriving in the Danoshan court Rema does not discover a biddable young princess in awRoyal Envoy Re. ☆ The Diplomat ò Sophia French - The Diplomat, The Diplomat Royal Envoy Rema is determined to broker a successful marriage between her master Emperor Ormun and a young princess of neighboring Danosha The Danoshans need protection and Ormun wants their unwave

  • ☆ The Diplomat ò Sophia French
    318Sophia French
The Diplomat

Comments The Diplomat

  1. The Diplomat is essential an enjoyable read, but what do you do when the main character, who at first, seems nice enough, halfway starts to grate at your nerves I m talking about Rema, a highly succesful diplomat in service to a cruel emperor While Rema is diplomatic enough, you soon realize all she does is barge into some ragged kingdom, dictates the terms and whisks away an innocent princess to marry said emperor, with the excuse that she saves countless lives with that It s either a forced ma [...]


  2. Wow What an amazing book I think the best way I can describe the writing style of The Diplomat is cinematic It doesn t get bogged down in descriptions, but gives you exactly what you need to build this world up in your mind And what really gets me excited about this book is how rich and diverse the characters are The Diplomat s major strengths are in the characterisation, and in the amazing dialogue between the characters.I also appreciated how The Diplomat doesn t really put characters into rol [...]


  3. In a word TEDIOUS The story starts out with enough promise, but it drags and lingers and becomes nearly unbearable Rema is boring and cliche, Elise is downright annoying, and the two of them together are unbelievable and dull Their getting together and DECLARING THEIR LOVE REPEATEDLY had me skimming and rolling my eyes This book could have been at least 100 pages shorter, and it would have been better for it Basically, any time an author feels the need to print lines of poetry or song lyrics on [...]


  4. I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed this book It had its slow moments but mostly it was great I loved the time spent in Danosha in the Empire I loved Rema Elise s relationship I love secondary characters like Muhan, Loric, Jalaya, etc I do feel that there are a few loose ends that weren t tied up, which made me knock it down a star But I m glad the main characters got a happy ending Full review on my blog


  5. This was bad, but I will only note that it could and should have ended with a polyamorous relationship, but nooo, bc amatonormativity Amatonormativity that also implied very strongly that exclusive love and the jealousy that is apparently inherent to it is valid and worthy than the love of a polyamorous individual, who of course loves and desires every attractive individual they meet The poly character gets short changed with a years long unrequited love that gets her hurt and saved by the hero [...]


  6. The book was a good read until they leave on the ocean voyage For some reason about there I felt the book became jumbled and disjointed I lost any connection to the characters By the end all I was left caring about was, thank god it s over.It took me three days to finish what I would normally read in mere hours.