Traders and Traitors

Traders and Traitors - Loren K. Jones Stavin Kel'Aniston continues his upward climb through the ranks, and also into the traders' Guild, as well as mixing with the royalty.

As in the previous book, everything seems to land in his lap following each event, with no sense of anticipation to see how things will turn out.

The fight scenes are done well, and again there are a lot of them as everyone seems to want a go at killing him.

Seems a bit slower than the first book due to larger parts spent travelling between towns (although they usually end up in an attack against him).

At the moment, not sure if I will try book 3 in the series. The characters are written well enough, but it's a case of travel, get attacked, win, get some reward/move up a notch in the social ladder.