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Prince Creston SuMartra’s wicked ways, charming arrogance, and brazenness have defined his place in the royal family. As the youngest heir, he will never inherit the crown and has never aspired to. Being the wild playboy prince is a much better fit.
When his father tasks him with a very delicate and secret mission, Creston cringes at the thought of swooping in to save some needy, clueless princess. But he knows by the glint in his father’s eyes, it’s not a request, and no one refuses the king. Creston will go, but he’ll do it his way.
Lis MacKenzie isn’t someone who can be ordered around. She’s strong and independent — she’s had to be. There is no logical reason for her to allow Prince Creston to whisk her away to a far-off land where everything is unfamiliar, strange, and foreign. Lis has no interest in meeting the ruler of some country she never heard of, even if he claims to be her father.
So why is she going, and why is she staying when it could cost her the one man who sees her as a desirable woman? Lis knows how to fight for what she wants, but this time the stakes are unbearably high.
Loving Lis comes with responsibilities Creston’s run from all his life. Now he must decide if going from spare to heir is what’s best for not only Lis, but for an entire country.
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- Peni A
After reading the Royal Vows series, which I loved, I was slightly disappointed in Silent Surrender. I don't know if it is the story or the narrator.
No one was more excited to see The Royal Heirs come out on Audio. I was fortunate enough to get a free copy from the author. While Allison Cooke did an okay job narrating. I have to wonder if she is new to it. I think there is a lot of potential there but I just couldn't get beyond the reading to me tone it started out with. I will say the narrating was better toward the end.
The story itself was good, still 5 stars but not quite as captivating as Royal Vows. One of my majors in University was Deaf Studies so I was more invested. It also makes the portrayal of the character that much more difficult in audio.
I'm looking forward to the rest of the series.