- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 7 hours and 27 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: The Raven Books LLC
- Audible.com Release Date: August 22, 2016
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01KKR0Q2E
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
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The Bound Prince: Lords of the Var, Book 3 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Whenever I read romance, particularly paranormal romance, there are just a few things I'm looking for 1) strong female lead, 2) humor, funny side characters are a must, 3) hot sex scenes, come on its a romance novel, and 4) easy to follow sci-fi or fantasy world. This book gets four stars because it hits all those points fairly well. The world the author describes and the scifi touches are decent, she doesn't spend too much time on developing the world but it serves to move the story along. The humor is great, side characters are hilarious! The sex scenes are hot and sensual but not so explicit that it will overly offend some of the more prudish readers. The love story between the characters is not earth shattering, filled with conflict and wildly turbulent emotions, but that's how I like it, romantic comedy of people falling in love. Don't get me wrong there are misunderstandings and conflict aplenty, (the hero and heroine kidnap each other at different points). Just no endless passages of the heroine pining away, or the hero treating the heroine like crap and then expecting her to forgive all when he deigns to tell her he loves her. The only thing I found disappointing was the end when the independent and feisty heroine winds up preggers and her dreams of freedom and exploring the universe immediately become replaced with staying home with her man and having as many babies as possible. But I guess that's what sells, otherwise why would every single romance author end of this same note?
I went into this book expecting it to be a hard love story. The kind where the man is so anti-love it takes almost all the story for him to get over it? Thankfully this wasn't like that. Falk get's over his kidnapping pretty quickly considering he breaks out of the cage they put him in after a day. His big bad ass demeanor lessens a bit because you actually read what he is thinking instead of only seeing what he is saying.