Brynna has returned to Forcadel, but not in a manner she ever expected. After being captured - interntionally - by Ilara, she's now playing the reticent but cowed vigilante. In reality, she's counting the minutes until her growing army amasses in Forcadel, led by her two closest confidants, Felix and Katarine. But her two friends are encountering problems of their own. Katarine's army can't get past the border of Forcadel, thanks to Ilara's new blockade. And Felix struggles with leading his army and proving himself worthy to his would-be queen.
The culmination of Brynna's journey from vigilante to queen will astound and surprise readers, taking them on a journey from one end of the continent to another. New alliances will be formed, old ones tested, and the true meaning of being a queen makes itself known to Brynna. Don't miss this stunning conclusion to the Princess Vigilante series.
The City of Veils
The Veil of Ashes
The Veil of Trust
The Queen of Veils
Praise for The Princess Vigilante Series
★★★★★ "Once I started, I didn't want to stop and I did cry a few times (just a few tear drops here and there)." - Goodreads Reviewer
★★★★★ "I related a lot to Brynna. We are both so stubborn and bullheaded, unwilling to admit fault, it made reading her story feel like I was reading about a piece of myself." - Goodreads Reviewer
★★★★★ "I've always loved books with snarky female leads who can kick some ass." - Goodreads Reviewer
★★★★★ "I highly suggest this book to anyone who read the Throne of Glass series. There are some similarities to the way the two women are in hiding and are thrust back into their royal titles. This book is full of great fight scenes, emotional blows, and great moments of laughter." - Goodreads Reviewer
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S. Usher Evans was born and raised in Pensacola, Florida. After a decade of fighting bureaucratic battles as an IT consultant in Washington, DC, she suffered a massive quarter-life-crisis. She decided fighting dragons was more fun than writing policy, so she moved back to Pensacola to write books full-time. She currently resides with her husband and two dogs, Zoe and Mr. Biscuit, and frequently can be found plotting on the beach.
Evans is the winner of the 2019 Florida Author Project YA Book of the Year (The City of Veils) and is the author of young adult and adult novels.