The Sea King (Weathermages of Mystral, #2) by C.L. Wilson

The Sea King (Weathermages of Mystral, #2)

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Winter King comes a breathtaking new tale of love and adventure set in the mystical land of Mystral...He wasn't supposed to choose her...Seafaring prince Dilys Merimydion has been invited to court the three magical princesses of Summerlea. To eradicate the pirates threatening Calberna and to secure the power of the Sea Throne, Dilys vows to return home with a fierce warrior-queen as his bride. But...

Details The Sea King (Weathermages of Mystral, #2)

TitleThe Sea King (Weathermages of Mystral, #2)
Release DateOct 31st, 2017
GenreFantasy, Romance, Fantasy Romance, Magic, Paranormal, Adult, Paranormal Romance

Reviews The Sea King (Weathermages of Mystral, #2)

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    Review later maybe. It was good but The Winter King was better for me.
  • Helen 2.0
    The Sea King is a carbon copy of CL Wilson’s Tairen Soul series. Similarities abound: -Mary Sue heroine with immense but uncontrollable power-Foreign nation in which men’s main job is to protect their *precious* ladies-Hero wants heroine to claim him as her soul mate -Ominous evil magic users trying to kidnap heroine and use her for her powerAnd the list goes on. My best guess is that the author was unsure where to take this series and so she...
  • Aisling Zena
    1 star Review now posted 15/1/18Still contains copious SWEARING and SPOILERSSo I'm still angry over this book. I tried to calm down before writing this but it seems whenever I try to collect my thoughts over it and write a coherent review I get pissed off all over again. I'm going to try to put the things I didn't like in a list and you can decide if you want to read it or not. Many of us have limits/pet peeves and hard lines we don't like readin...
  • Alyssa
    ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***The Sea King by C.L. WilsonBook Two of the Weathermages of Mystral seriesPublisher: AvonPublication Date: October 31, 2017Rating: 4 starsSource: eARC from EdelweissSummary (from Goodreads):From the New York Times bestselling author of The Winter King comes a breathtaking new tale of love and adventure set in the mystical land of Mystral...He wasn't supposed to choose her...Seafaring prince Dilys Meri...
  • Choko
    *** 4 ***A buddy read with the wonderful folks at BB&B! Because we are always up for an adult fairytale!!! Once again, for all of us adults that still want to read fairytales, Ms. C.L. Wilson delivers one seriously substantial one. This time the Sea Lords from Calberna come to court and claim the wives they have been promised as a part of the contract for their warriors to fight on the side of Winter and his wife, Storm. In order to bring more ro...
  • Cece ❀Rants, Raves &Reviews❀
    Remember that hot ass sea king in the first bookThats right bitches he is back with his OWN GODDAMN BOOK I WAS SO FREAKING PUMPEDSummerConsidered the weakest of the Summer daughters but that is because she WANTS them to think that. “She closed her eyes briefly, clamped unyielding chains around the caged monster in her soul, then opened her eyes again and pasted on a pleasant smile.” She is a goddamn beast with monster power. And with great p...
  • Lover of Romance
    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI was so thrilled when I was granted a copy of this book through Avon, I just wanted to jump right into it and I did and man I couldn't put it down, and this book is 600 PAGES!! Yes I read all that in one sitting and I just couldn't put this one down, not once. C.L. Wilson is just the type of author that pulls me instantly into a book and I can't get out of it until I am finished, and now I ...
  • Robin (Bridge Four)
    When I read the Winter King I spent a long time just loving the fact it was a romance with a high fantasy setting. It was the first Romantasy book I ever found so it is really special to me and I spent years waiting for the sequel to come out. I wish I could say it exceeded my expectations but it fell a little short of its predecessor still I have very high hopes for the overall series.Dilys is really everything you can hope for in a suiter. He i...
  • *TANYA*
    I absolutely adored the majority of this book, the writing hands down was fantastic, very detailed and vivid. The authors imagination is literally out of this world. But It wasn’t as GREAT as The Winter King, truth be told Gabriella grated on my nerves a bit. However, Dilys was undoubtedly delicious!!
  • Stacey is Sassy
    I needed to read it lickety-split…After reading The Winter King and meeting Dilys Merimydion, I was REALLY looking forward to reading The Sea King. While I really enjoyed this story, it drove me a little bonkers too.My back, my back, I can’t feel my back!! Slight exaggeration but I don’t think I’m cut out for reading long stories. I thought I was being smart waiting until I was on holidays to start this one, but I’m not sure anymore. I...
  • Julia's Book Haven
    Is it terrible that I loved everything about this book, even Summer when she was being annoying at first, but I can't fully let myself be happy with it simply because I'm worried it'll be another 3 years between books? I loved the first one and this one was a roller-coaster of adventure from start to finish that I absolutely loved but I feel like I have to hold back from fully investing myself in this series simply because I have no idea how long...
  • Kathy
    There are SPOILERS in this review but I'm not going to spoil the whole book.So, I'll be honest, I didn't finish this book. I'm so disappointed because I LOVED the Winter King, the first book in this series. I loved Kham and Wynter and their story and how hard they had to fight to get their happy ending. The Winter King was such a great fantasy read and I have read it twice, and that's saying something because The Winter King is a long book. I was...
  • Story_girl
    I have been a fan of C.L. Wilson ever since I read her Lord of the Fading Lands series (one of my favourite fantasy romance series of all time). Her books are released so few and far between that reading a new book by her is a rare treat indeed!This story follows Summer, one of the three beautiful sisters of Princess Khamsin from the first book. The three sisters renowned for their beauty and power throughout Mystral are popularly called the thre...
  • Hannah
    I like this book. Beautifully written, interesting, and great romance. But sadly Gabriella just screwed up the book.
  • Jaime (Two Chicks on Books)
    Gah that was so freaking good! I hope we don't have to wait another 3 years for the next book or I will go crazy! Wynter & Storm are still my favorite characters but I loved getting to know the Seasons better and I did love Summer and Dilys! And thank goodness for that second epilogue!!! I hope the next book is Springs!
  • Arielle Rae Aguilar
    UPDATE:The release date was moved to 2016, the reason being that she wanted to do the best she can with these books ________________YEESSS THERE IS AN OFFICIAL COVER AND BLURB YAAAAY! Cannot wait! I was intrigued by Merimydion and his culture the moment we met him... And what a great looking cover :D ________________UPDATE (small teaser):From C.L. Wilsons FB page“I know what you’re afraid of,” Spring said when Summer remained silent, “and...
  • Esther
    ARC provided by Edelweiss and Publisher for an honest review.I loved the first book in the series, but sadly this one was a disappointment.Writing style was different/off for me and the narrative of other world/fantasy was confusing. Plus the heroine lost her appeal and became irritating bothersome towards the second half of the book. Full review to come closer to publication date.
  • Anna
    I had The Sea King on pre-order over a month in advance. Before that, I waited almost a year for it to be released...only to face crushing disappointment.First of all, C.L. Wilson has a tendency to drag out an issue so that it goes on for half the book instead of resolving it in a chapter or two. I got really tired of watching Summer vacillate between wanting Dilys and resisting him because of reasons that were no real obstacle to their relations...
  • Janet Robel
    I'll start by saying that I have read other books by C.L. Wilson and loved them. The first chapter of this book is somewhat confusing with all the names and keeping track of who's who, that many new readers may not want to read any further. It does get better after that. The author did a wonderful job fleshing out the hero Dilys, and you can picture him vividly as one hunk of a male. The Seasons are a lovely group of three sisters who many suitor...
  • Alpha Possessive Heroes
    3.5 stars.
  • Lakshmi C
    What I liked :Dilys - Prince. Mercenary. Devoted son. Champion of little kids and baby animals.Persistent, patient suitor.As a prince, Dilys tries to keep political qualifications in mind as he courts the Seasons. But his intentions are ground to dust when he sees Summer.Aftef some initial confusion and haziness, Dilys knows he wants Summer as his wife. He goes out of his way to make it happen. Thoughtful gifts, romantic notes are carefully selec...
  • Izy
    I love the author’s work and the Tairen Soul series is UF favourite of mine. I have re-read Tairen Soul series a couples of times, last time this year and The Winter King was also an excellent read which is why I’m extremely sad and disappointed that I didn’t enjoy this as much as I’d hoped to. ~Full review near release date. ARC was generously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
  • Umaiya ✨Insignificant September✨
    3.5 starsLong. This was one really long book. At three different parts I thought, yeah okay wrapping up I see, only to realise some things were still unsolved and therefore there's still more to the story. I definitely enjoyed it, can't wait for the next books but it gets taxing; drawing out a story so. I understood the whys but I'm stilling deducting half a star cause at the end of it, I wasn't thinking,I was a combination of,You feelin' me?Even...
  • Ashley
    I really enjoyed this book, but I'll confess I'm disappointed I wasn't able to give it 5 stars. I had to dock a star for two key reasons:1. I felt like Gabriella spent too much of the book rejecting Dilys. It was frustrating because it wasn't that she didn't like him, it was that she was afraid of loving someone out of fear of losing them later. And while I get that, I think it just became really frustrating that SO MUCH of the book was spent wit...
  • Monique V
    Great sequel!I loved this couple but they are still not my favorite. I am so exited for the next book in the series. All these books have such strong women and I can't wait to read more about the other princesses!!
  • Vicky N.
    C. L. Wilson, what are you doing to me?!Why are more people not doing what she's doing? She writes very swoony romances in a high fantasy setting. And why are people not giving this series more love? I don't get it.I looove everything about this series.I loved the little glimpses we got into Winter & Storm and how they're doing and how we got to get to know more of each of the seasons.I loved Dilys and Summer. I loved the whole queendom of Calber...
  • DemetraP
    There was a long wait for this book but it was finally released. I enjoyed the descriptions of the Calberans gill slits, battle claws and fangs, and their glowing tattoos.Unfortunately, I hated, HATED that all 3 sisters were raped after being kidnapped. It really ruined my enjoyment of the book.And Spring and Autumn are still being held captive and due to faked bodies being found, their families and everyone else in the world think that they are ...