Willow was unlike any princess he'd ever met…
As heir to the throne, Ruben must choose an appropriate mate to preserve his royal bloodline - despite his fear that his true nature will destroy them both. Yet the female he craves above all others is a dangerous combination of fairy and shifter, a mesmerizing creature who inspires both passion and suspicion. Then violence strikes the castle, and the two are forced to track a killer into perilous magical territory. But with treachery everywhere, will Willow and Ruben's growing bond be enough to shift the fate of their two kingdoms?
Well I had high hopes for this Wereshifter book (understable going by the cover) but it's NOTHING like the usual dark Alpha male seeks female to dominate and mate with - if it had started with Once upon a time...... and ended with ..... and they all lived (well you get the picture).
It had Wereshifters, magic and Light or Dark 'Brights' (really these were Seelie or UnSeelie) what it didn't have was the typical Wereshifter type story and, although 'sharing a bed' and the occasional very very mild reference to sex was mentioned, there was nothing luke warm - let alone hot n heavy going on. Now that's ok if the plot's good but unfortunately it was filled with Prince Charming, Dr. Doolittle, bickering evil siblings and 3 Palaces.
Worth a credit? As I said, if you're looking for a Fairytale then this really would be a good one or maybe even very YA but for us grown ups it's a definite No - so please do yourselves a favour and keep your credit.
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