Kiera Cass' number-one New York Times best-selling Selection series has enchanted listeners from the very first minute. In this fourth romantic novel, follow Illéa's royal family into a whole new Selection - and find out what happens after happily ever after.
Twenty years ago America Singer entered the Selection and won Prince Maxon's heart. Now the time has come for Princess Eadlyn to hold a Selection of her own. Eadlyn doesn't expect her Selection to be anything like her parents' fairy-tale love story...but as the competition begins, she may discover that finding her own happily ever after isn't as impossible as she's always thought.
A new generation of swoonworthy characters and captivating romance awaits in the fourth book of the Selection series!
Editors Select, May 2015 - I was late to The Selection party, but once I joined, I became one of its most enthusiastic revelers. I was content with the trilogy's end (#TeamMaxon), but ecstatic to hear Kiera Cass's announcement that the series would continue. The Heir delivers something quite different from its predecessors: a heroine, Princess Eadlyn, who isn't nearly as likable as her parents, America and Maxon. Eadlyn is content to rule alone as the future queen of Illéa, but agrees to host a Selection at her father's request to give her unruly subjects something happy to focus on. She does her best to sabotage the process, but her plans falter when feelings take hold. Cass does a great job of creating a fresh story, and I'm excited to watch another Selection unfold. Katie, Audible Editor
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LACKING IN ALL WAYS....
SAVE YOUR MONEY/CREDIT! Reviews aren't something I normally write, that said, I had to write something about this 4th installment of a series I'd grown to love. I was entirely disappointed in this book. One, the princess is horrible, how we go from two loveable characters to ... her ... is beyond me. The same story but years later. It's just not my cup of tea, been there done that. The start of the first book had a Queen Esther meets Hunger Games (Minus the death) feel to it as it was but then to redo the entire thing in the newest book? And then the ending ... Do NOT get me started on that! For those who haven't read it I will not give a spoiler just in case you do waste your money/credit on this but you'll be pissed. I will not buy the next one. Ms. Cass lost my business. You do not do that to a beloved character. Period. The end.
P.S. Your selection men are not loveable enough to hold the story either and having your main character attacked? Bad form since you have her bounce right back. Yeah right.
- Te Ravenwolf