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Product Details

  • Series: Elven Warrior Trilogy
  • Paperback: 338 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 24, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1466259353
  • ISBN-13: 978-1466259355
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.8 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,513,213 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"The author takes us on a wild roller-coaster ride of adventure in this strange elven world, describing the places and the creatures in awesome and loving detail, so that you feel you are right there. If you enjoy steamy love scenes in the context of a deepening love relationship, Bound to the Prince will not disappoint you."

"Court does an amazing job of detailing the surround world and (mythical) creatures -  I felt like I was watching an epic movie on an IMAX screen in my head while I was reading. Just breathtaking."

"Better than a truck load of Godiva chocolate!"

"Breathtaking passion, heart pounding adventure!"

"We are led on a journey so sensual that it will leave you squirming in your seat from the intensity of the love scenes while leaving you yearning to know more about this fantasy world."

About the Author

Deborah Court lives in a picturesque European small town. A health professional by day, at night she loves to write romances about elven warriors of deadly beauty, capable of making a woman die from sheer pleasure.

Customer Reviews

I read the book nearly in one go.
Cathy McAllister
I think there is a point where a book can actually have too much sex in it to the point it becomes boring and actually interrupts the story.
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It has a very good balance between all the love, and passion and the action and adventure.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Tammy on December 1, 2011
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I liked the idea behind the story, I like stories that aren't going to fit perfectly into what we seem to think is believable - isn't that why we choose to read fantasy books.

However, I had no idea it was mostly going to be sex.....let me tell you, I was exhausted just reading all the sex - let me say it was sex in the afternoon, they finish eating lunch and had sex again, wake up in the morning and have sex again, go to shower and have sex again. I love a good sex scene, but chapters and chapters and chapters, heck I could have just read my husband's play boy magazine. I skipped so many pages of sex after a while, that I would have preferred the book to be free.

If you enjoy sex and a little story, than you will love this, I do think the sex is hot, but just too much for me. If 65% of the sex was cut out and the author would really roll with the story - I would have given the book a higher rating. And maybe this domination of sex in the story was exactly what the author was going for, I just don't know.
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39 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Kathie @First Page to the Last Book Reviews on September 27, 2011
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I loved the cover of this book. Found it when the goodreads author followed me.

I got the sample from amazon...liked it enough to then order it.

I loved the premise...strong Elf captures a human from our time and makes her his slave of pleasure.

Igraine had had a hard life...and she was depressed...and thought, briefly, about jumping from a bridge.

Then she realizes that something is chasing her and she's caught and taken down into a cave by an Elf Prince, Elathan.

As I said, I liked the premise, but the execution left something to be desired. This book could have used a really good editor. A lot of things were repeated that just didn't need to be.

Trim many pages, tighten it up, flesh the ending out just a bit more (it was very abrupt)...and this could be a real contender.

BUT, for $2.99 at amazon, one can forgive many of the editing mistakes.

I won't read it again, but I don't feel like the time spent reading it was wasted.

I'll be keeping an eye on this author.

EDITING TO ADD: This is a REVIEW and it is MY opinion...which is what reviews ARE. I am adjusting my rating to a THREE star rating. As much as I liked Elathan, the fact that he hit her and smacked her around to TOUGHEN her still bothers me and it's been days since I read this. I kept thinking: He won't hurt her again...and yet, he did. She gets hurt a LOT in this story...mostly by the males near her. I like an ALPHA male as much as the next person...but this just doesn't sit well with THREE stars...
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36 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Sarah Winter on October 11, 2011
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This author began following me on Twitter (I returned the favor), and I read several reviews of this book before I purchased it, all of which were positive. The beginning pulled me in, and I was happy to continue....right up until I got about 25% of the way through. All that had happened up to this point was a lot of heavy petting and not a lot of backstory. I don't understand why this creature who hates humans must take a human sex slave, and I don't understand why Igraine would give up her normal life in order to be one. Her fiancee left her and she had no family, but no sufficient explanation was given pertaining to Igraine's life. Nor enough reason for her to be looking over a the edge of a bridge thinking of taking her own life.

The author uses profuse amounts of descriptives. Here's a quote: "Her hands slid inside his soft shirt, parting the loosely laced fabric over his broad chest as she started to place small kisses on his skin." FOUR adverbs in one sentence. They're not just kisses, they're small kisses. Its not just a chest, its a broad chest. It's not fabric, its loosely laced fabric, and its not shirt, its a soft shirt. The whole beginning of the book goes much the same way, with everything being described as if the author thinks she is speaking to a child. A very slow child.

Elathan is an elf who hates humankind for the death his first love. Who was also his first cousin. And who shoved him out of the way of a falling boulder, which left me wondering why he would hate humans for something that was her own ill-advised choice. The semi-incestuous implications of the relationship left my skin crawling, but that wasn't enough of a hint for me to stop.

He's attracted to Igraine for her beauty, despite the fact that he hates humans.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Wanna-B-Author on June 23, 2012
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I literally finished this book today and I just loved it! I have to admit, when I first started reading this I was trying to get thru one or two other books at the same time so I kept wondering off from it. But yesterday I finally sat down with my iPad/Kindle and I honestly could not put it down and the only reason why I did was because of the the silly thing we call a battery. :( But then today it was fully charged so I was able to complete it. I knew how many chapters there were to the story so while I was reading the last couple of ones I was like 'Wait, this isn't the ending . . . There are still x-amount of chapters left . . . Thank God . . ."

Igraine reminded me much of myself in different ways; we have the same outlook on life and what we want out of it. We also have the same insecurities. But while she was alone with no family or friends whatsoever, I have two sisters, a brother, divorced parents and a dozen friends that would come to my aid when I need their support. So when in the book it talked about how if she were to disappear from the face of the earth, no one would know or care, my chest ached for the loneliness that she must have felt. I couldn't even imagine that feeling.

Elathan, Elathan, Elathan. What to say about him . . . Above I mentioned that I was reading a couple other books when I started this one and one of them was Fifty Shades of Grey. In the beginning Elathan reminded me a lot of Christian Grey, the love interest. I didn't much care for him for this reason because Christian seemed like a complete ass and major control freak (FYI, I'm still reading Fifty Shades so my opinion may change.) and it bugged the heck out of me. The only reason why that changed was probably because we were given his point of view too.
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