Prince of the Three Mountains

This was a fast, sassy read. Aeron and Rhys are a sensational combo that is the perfect anti-thesis to wet, muddy, blegh pre-spring weekends. Even though it's the age-old love-hate-love relationship, I enjoyed how it was more of a downtime where they got to know each other better and where their love could quietly grow deeper roots than just one huge hate-fest. Not to say that the danger isn't very real and the villains don't have hearts made of stone - Aeron has quite a few zombies to kill before she can find true happiness, for some reason those monsters just won't keep away. However, Rhys is more than up to the task (cue swoon at Rhys). Pick this up for a pick-me-up before spring finally gets here, it won't be regretted.


Book Blurb for Prince of the Three Mountains

Aeron's lies shattered Rhys's family and heart, but now she is, bought, naked and completely his.

With the Black Norse to the west and the Saxons to the East the people of the Three Mountains need a warrior. Rhys ap Idris is that man. An intelligent and intuitive leader, he raises his sword and steps forward to defend his people.

Aeron's lies shattered Rhys's family and heart, but now she is, bought, naked and completely his.

Princess Aeron, the only child of the Mervyn, the Prince of the Three Mountains, must marry, as her father dictates, to unite the squabbling factions. From the moment Rhys and Aeron meet, their hearts entwine. But when Mervyn is found murdered and on Aeron's testimony, Rhys' father is judged to be the murderer, their love seems doomed.


Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2008 3.00