Irina is determined to continue her fight for freedom. Freedom for her from her evil sorceress stepmother, and freedom for every faction in the kingdom of Dacia. Unfortunately, her stepmother isn’t about to let that happen and she’s got a poisoned apple and a glass coffin with Irina’s name on them…
Kirill is a vampire prince determined to be a vampire king. Unfortunately, his vampiric father has no intentions of vacating the throne anytime soon and the prophecy Kirill found hinting at a “Great New Kingdom” is proving tricky to translate. It doesn’t help that the beautiful woman he found unconscious in the woods seems determined to undermine his authority at every turn. He’d kill her himself if she didn’t have the strangest gift for soothing his bloodthirsty spirit.
Even an undead mastermind can’t foresee everything. Seven dwarves. A poison apple. A glass coffin. It’s a strange and terrifying world when events can take a turn for the better or worse with just…One Bite.
The second book in the Blood Prince series is a mesmerizing fairy tale romance that puts the reader under its spell. First, let me say, while it can stand on its own, to get the full impact of the prophecy as it unfolds, I would recommend that the books be read in order. The author has taken the fairy tales and mixed it with myths and legends and created her own fascinating tale that entertains and enchants the reader. I believe the next book is the demons story and I can’t wait to find out how his part of the prophecy plays out.
4 STARS 2 FLAMES
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Skeleton Key Publishing, September 30, 2013, 185 pages, available in ebook
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About Jennifer Blackstream
(Off author’s site)
Location: Northeast Ohio
Age: Older than I look
Marital Status: Single
Education: B.A. Psychology, M.A. Counseling Psychology
Publishers: Skeleton Key Publishing
Genres: Paranormal Romance, Erotic Paranormal Romance, Paranormal Erotica
Heat Levels: Erotic, Sensual
Jennifer Blackstream is a psychology enthusiast with both a B.A. and M.A. in Psychology. Her fascination with the human mind is most appeased through the study of mythology and folklore as well as all of Terry Pratchett’s novels.
Jennifer enjoys listening to Alice Cooper, trying new recipes (to which she will add garlic whether it calls for it or not), watching television with her family, and playing with her woefully intelligent three year old son.
Jennifer spends most of her time drinking coffee from her X-Men mug and desperately trying to get all her ideas written down before her toddler can find that all magical button on her laptop to make all her work vanish.
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