The Monster of Selkirk – Book IV The Intrigues of Arcadia

I cannot fawn enough over C. E. Clayton’s writing, and Book IV did not disappoint! I’ve already begun Book V, but needed to share my review for IV.

See below ;)! I keep impressing, and will continue to, read C. E. Clayton’s work! You are missing out if you haven’t, yet!
The Intrigues of Arcadia (The Monster of Selkirk, #4)The Intrigues of Arcadia by C.E. Clayton

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

😍😍😍 Is this not an appropriate review? No? Alright, fine! I will write a detailed review tonight or tomorrow! Going to start the next book ASAP!

Here we go…Intrigues of Arcadia indeed! Absolute love, rolled straight into the next book already. This book contains so many wonderful bows I can’t help but feel true bliss. Though it does end on a bit of a cliff hanger, it’s not in a way that made me feel crazy/angry! Instead, I was left Elated! You enter a world of political plays taking advantage of our beloved group, using their dire situation to their gain. The benefactor, as much as she can be called, is indeed as shrewd as you can imagine. A perfectly cast character who you know, as a reader, to be wary of for our protagonists. Yet, the benefactor is only one moving part in this game of chess played within Arcadia. Desires for earning higher rank, pirates, loves blossoming, fruition of hopes and dreams all come together to lead into book V! The detail must be appreciated, as I could see and feel all that each character went through. A beautiful balance, for me, of the undercurrent of events, fighting, and romantic endeavors that wavered and crested. Read, Love, Enjoy!

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