Any Price

When Kenna visits the Hungarian principality that her mother’s family left years before, she finds a lot more than the charm and quaintness she was expecting. Suddenly she’s hearing voices – well one voice in particular, an arrogant, sexy voice, and nothing will ever be the same again.

The American educated King, Lore, is a dominant male who has no intention of letting go of the woman whose mind has for some inexplicable reason connected to his. Kenna finds herself at the centre of multiple threats to Lore’s kingdom; and before long it is clear that it is not only their minds but their future which are intertwined.

I found this book quite hard to get into at the beginning, I couldn’t work out where the author was going with the plot, but I’m glad I stuck with it. I think that too much of the novel was spent, detailing Kenna being overwhelmed by the supernatural revelations that kept coming, and how she came to accept and understand them.

I really enjoyed the novel, and the originality of the plot. I wasn’t ready for the book to end, which it did rather abruptly, with rather a lot of ends still not tied up. Is there a sequel in the works? I hope so, because I wasn’t ready to say goodbye to Kenna, Lore and the other characters. Not to mention that well before the end, the book had captured my imagination and I was completely enmeshed in the story.

If you enjoy your romances, action packed, on the paranormal side, with generous helpings of hot sex, then dive in.


Book Blurb for Any Price

Baby girl had run out of time to get to know him. Being under him while he explained the nature of their relationship was her only option.

Lore didn’t mind trading deadly intentions with an enemy, but letting go of Kenna was not going to happen. The bastard hunting her had a short future that was about to end badly.

Kenna needed him. This wasn’t lust or even obsession. No, those words paled against the blue flame of his hold on her. But modern women are not overwhelmingly eager to spread for the big man’s pleasure. So it was time to light a candle for the demise of her modern woman.


Night Owl Reviews May, 2012 4.00