Unitas: Trio (Seeder Wars Series Book 3) by J. Houser

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Lost Secrets of the Green Lands

Leading Princess Kaylah to Seeder borders was only Rachel and Saff’s first step in stopping a never-ending war. The Ivy queen and king’s assassination leaves Prince Soren in sole control of their troops and resources.

Banding together, the Unitas group sets out to discover forgotten secrets to their pasts and powers. They work to discover how to cure the poisoned Seeder lands, as well as how to best infiltrate the Ivy palace, all while recruiting and training in secret.

Going undercover behind enemy lines, Rachel’s forced to face the trauma and betrayals in her past. Saff has to face the family she abandoned, come to terms with news about her unique power-wielding capacity and future, and learn to trust allies of the nation that has already taken too much from her family and people.

Tensions rise at the Unitas camp and safe houses, threatening their unity movement. Amidst kidnappings and mysterious disappearances, Unitas is forced to dig deep and take unexpected measures to bring the battle to Soren with hopes of a win.

My Review

This story is fantasy fiction about Seeders and Ivies and much-hidden knowledge. The story contains some love interest and a little bit of YA steam, but nothing actually happens that is well described. The story does have a political plotline and gets gruesome in the main conflict, but it does end happily. There are so many amazing female characters to fall in love with within this story. The book itself and the entire series is definitely unique. I enjoyed the series and this book, even though it dragged on slightly.

This book contains a warning from the author about sensitive topics discussed and used in the storyline. Some of these items may be triggering to some people.

We begin this book with Kaylah; she is the Ivy Princess soon to be Queen from the last book. This book looks like it starts in the past before the previous book. However, it is interesting to see the other side of the story. I love the map the author has included with the story.

We time jump from the prologue to four years later. The Ivy king and Queen are dead, and Kaylah is on the Seeder side of the green lands. Rachel has been sent home. Saff, from the first book, is heading home as well. Time passes, but finally, we are moving with these heroines in a proper direction. I love how strong Rachel, Saff, and Kaylah are; they are unique and have such grace.

Rachel gets assigned a special mission with Guillen finally. We get a lot of day-to-day info with Rachel and Guillen. We occasionally check in with Kaylah, Saff, and Devin. Most of these books seem to be political and fantasy fiction. I’m glad we see some semblance of a truce between the Ivys and the Seeders. However, the author will surprise you with action, adventure, and spontaneous moments, including jumping around a little in the plot or time frames.

This book gets quite graphic as they fight for all green people’s freedom. This book also includes a lot of political decisions and conflicts. I love the strong female characters in the book. This book ends; ideally, I could not have asked for a better ending and better coverage of all of our favorite characters. But watch out for a fourth book and a more thrilling plotline coming out. I could end the series here as it finally tied up all those loose ends.

This book is the third book in the Seeder Wars Series and you will want to read theese in order to fully understand the characters and plot conflicts.

If you would like to read Unitas: Trio by J. Houser you can find this book on Amazon . As an Amazon Assocaite I earn on qualifying purchases,

Published by Tanya

I am an avid reader who loves amazing romance, fantasy, or paranormal books. I spend as many hours reading as I can and love to find a fantastic story,

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