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Trouble. Princess Alisa senses it instantly when she first meets Braden Streib, the mysterious specialist her parents summoned from America to stimulate her shape-shifting cycles. At first - and unlike her many suitors - this confident, swarthy outsider in dark sunglasses seems indifferent to her royal status. But Alisa's essence soon whispers to Braden, a Halfling, of untamed talents that could prove devastating - as well as impossible to resist. Her abilities, if properly aroused, might be her kingdom's only hope. For amid the pomp and secrecy of the court, Braden and Alisa are about to confront an extremist enemy - and an unexpected passion beyond their wildest imaginings….

©2012 Karen Whiddon (P)2012 Audible, Inc

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  • nicole
  • HAGERSTOWN, MD, United States
  • 10-05-12

two books for the price of one

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The first story is really good. Shape shifters, medical testing, visual impairment, forbidden love, what more could you want?! I enjoyed it and was somewhat excited to find that part 2 was another book. But let me tell you that book 2 has nothing to do with book 1. Book 2 would have been graded with 2 stars. It was long and boring and i literally slapped my forehead at one point. I would consider this a meh purchase, not a book i would reread.

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