The Wandering Prince (13 Kingdoms #3) by H.L. Day

The Wandering Prince is the series finale and I'm sad to see this series go. Another fun, entertaining, humorous adventure for Jack and Sebastian who will be together no matter the obstacles thrown their way.

From the blurb:

An ailing father. A missing healer who might have the cure. Now would be a really bad time for Jack and Sebastian to be at loggerheads.

Jack never saw the truth coming. And knowing Sebastian has been lying to him changes everything. Yet, despite his misgivings over whether their relationship can be repaired, he finds himself on a ship to Padora, Sebastian’s homeland. Awkward isn’t the word. And peril, as ever, is just over the next wave.

Sebastian’s whole world is falling apart. His magic is broken. His father, the king of Padora, is dying. And Jack… Well, Jack hates him, and not in the usual Jack way. He’s really messed up this time, and doesn’t know how to put it right.

Can Jack and Sebastian survive to save the day once more? And if they do, will it fix what was broken between them?

The Wandering Prince is a 101k finale to Jack and Sebastian’s humorous MM fantasy adventure that started with The Reluctant Companion and continued with The Stubborn Accomplice. Travel with Jack and Sebastian as they encounter old friends, sea monsters, a future king who needs babysitting, dastardly pirates who have been polishing their plank, a double-crossing brother, and perhaps even a missing sister. 

SNik's Review:

Third in series (13 Kingdoms), must be read in order. Paranormal fantasy adventure. Established couple. Dual POV. 

Even though Jack is angry to find out Sebastian is a prince, he won’t abandon him as they travel to Sebastian’s homeland to visit the dying king, Sebastian’s father. The feeling of betrayal is heartbreaking and Jack must again reach deep to accept that his feelings for Sebastian are the forever kind no matter what. But another quest ensues and Jack and Sebastian are again thrust into danger, working together and committing to never be separated. 

Another fun adventure with action, banter and plenty of steam. Much of the storyline is wrapped up in this finale, and I appreciated that they were easily tied up as this series is light and should have a HEA for everything. 

Really sad to have this series ending, each story just filled me with joy from the humor and the forever love in a truly entertaining romance.

Rating: 4.5 Stars

Zakiyya's Review:

Once again, Jack and Sebastian made this such a fun ride.

Their banter alone is reason to so highly recommend this – it’s witty and hilarious and so cleverly written.

I loved watching the relationship between them grow and blossom into something truly solid.

Every book in this series just got better and better and you cannot help getting invested, just to see what they get up to next.

A smartly-written, creative story with a rich world-building and characters you have so much fun with…💙💙

Rating: 5 Stars

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