The Price For Peace

The Price For Peace Summary

How do you keep fighting when you've already been claimed?

When sixteen-year-old Elise is ripped from her home and taken to the royal palace as a permanent 'guest', she thinks her life is over.

Little does she know it has only just begun…

After befriending a group of other captives, including the headstrong Will, Elise finds herself swept away to a world she never knew existed—polished, sculpted, and refined until she can hardly recognize her own reflection. She should be happy to have escaped the poverty of her former life. But she knows a dark truth.

The palace is a dream on the surface, but a nightmare underneath.

With a dwindling population, the royals have imprisoned the teenagers to marry and breed. Only seven days remain of freedom before they will be selected by a courtier and forever claimed.

Danger lurks around every corner. The only chance of escape is death.

But when the day of the claiming finally arrives…the world will never be the same.

Royal Factions

The Price for Peace – Book 1

The Cost for Surviving – Book 2

The Punishment for Deception – Book 3

Faking Perfection – Book 4

The Most Cherished – Book 5

The Strength to Endure – Book 6

Book Reviews


Exciting and interesting4 star

A lovely read anchored my attention till the end, a story well-articulated and structured keeping you entertained till the end.45


The Price for Peace by W.J. may3 star

Interesting. If you liked The Hunger Games or the Divergent series you might like this. My only criticism is that there was very little in the way of action. The entire book felt like it was giving the background for the rest of the story to come in later books.35


Very engaging5 star

Character developing. Kept reading and page turning. Loved the detail. K55


Easy!4 star

Good plot, OK writing. Easy read!45


Captivating5 star

I read it from start to finish in one sitting. Very unique but a lot of unanswered questions.55


Unoriginal2 star

Breezed through this book! Quite an easy (and short) read. However…. I just could not shake the feeling of having already read this exact story. This book had so many similarities to Wither by Lauren DeStefano and The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. From similar names, to similar supporting characters, similar storyline, etc. I unfortunately read the reviews of the next few books that spoiled a major part of the series, so I might not continue reading.25


Eh it was alright2 star

I liked the storyline, but it definitely needed some more fleshing out. Also I feel like the main character, we didn’t really get to know, she was just a really pretty what else. I know she survived her tow but there was no spark for survival besides keeping her head down and then randomly punching a guard? This has potential but definitely needs to be edited more.25


Loved it!4 star

I really like that this book was different than your average run of the mill stories. It’s also a page Turner keeping me reading until late in the night. I couldn’t put it down for wanting to find out what came next.45


Hunger Games Redux3 star

If you loved the Hunger Games, you will probably like this just fine.35


Worst twist ever !!!1 star

This book has the worst twist.... at first I thought the ending was fake but when u move on to book four u realize the ending really happened the prince dies !!!! Booo !!!15

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