Isolde's Wish is an interesting attempt on the Steampunk genre. It's a Steampunk twisted with medieval and fantasy elements, not only that it's quite hot.
I wish more of my sojourns in the woods led me to Sadler, instead of the odd raccoon and striped neighbour.
Even though it was lacking the usual Steampunk elements that I like in the genre, Isolde's Wish was a fascinating read which kept me turning the page.
There was a conflict which had me wondering if the author could pull it off, and I was very pleased to see the author did.
If you're looking for a quick, hot, different take on the popular Steampunk genre then Isolde's Wish is for you.
With a wild boar on her heels and a naked man before her, Princess Isolde has no clue which danger is greater. She trips and falls into the dirt at the feet of the axe-wielding warrior, giving her a very close encounter with his manhood. After, she battles her undeniable awareness of the sculpted warrior even when she finds he has a price on his head for attempting to assassinate her father, King Adlard.
The bold son of the man executed for sleeping with the king’s wife, Sadler attempted to avenge his father at a very young age. Now he’s faced with the temptation of King Adlard’s daughter and presented with a fresh opportunity to right his failed assassination attempt. But when he learns a powerful earl seeks the princess’s hand in marriage, Sadler realizes his passions run deep. Desperate to keep her from the arms of another enemy, he plans to steal her away from the kingdom and make her his own.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play.