Review of The Spy: Kingmakers Book 4, by Sophie Lark

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Wow! Where do start with this book? I loved every page I read in this book. It had me on the edge of my seat waiting to get to the parts where I would get all of the answers for this series. I loved the characters, the story, the plot, all of it. I loved the suspense of not being able to guess who the Spy was in the beginning right through to the end of the book when so much was revealed.

The Spy has to keep his identity a secret for so long that when his true identity is revealed he’s afraid that he will lose the close friends he has made while at Kingmaker’s, but as a true mafia born prince, he will do what is required for his family.

When she finally convinces her father to let her go to Kingmaker’s she is nowhere near prepared for the welcome she will receive or the secrets that will be revealed to her about who her father really is. He’s not the man that she has looked up to for so long. Her whole world will be turned upside down.

I have loved Sophie’s books from the very first book I read. All of her books take me to the world that I am reading. I feel as if I am in the story and know the characters as though they are friends. Her detail to characters, scenery, and story brings her books to life and I love reading them. They are so hard to put down once I have started them. The Spy was no different. This story held so many answers to the so much from the other books, and it was still full of the action, suspense, steam and danger as all of Sophie’s books. I loved it and hated to see it end. I give this book a 5-star review and would give it 10-stars if possible.

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