A book is best read with tea in your hand and a cat on your lap.
24-year-old English Major that currently works in an indie bookshop and at a local publishing house. Reviews and other bookish things.
Broadly speaking there isn't much I can say in this review that I haven't already said in the last two. I'm still loving Kel and all her supporting characters. The challenges Kel faces keep getting bigger and badder, both in her personal life and her squire duties. She begins a new romance, fights battles, has to babysit a griffin, and in the end face down the Ordeal of Knighthood.
The end of Squire sets in motion Kel's journey in Lady Knight, bringing us, sadly, to the end of another fantastic quartet of books.