- Series: The Broken Ones
- Paperback: 344 pages
- Publisher: Untold Press, LLC (June 20, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0615838553
- ISBN-13: 978-0615838557
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.8 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 146 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,531,173 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Broken Prince (The Broken Ones) (Volume 2) Paperback – June 20, 2013
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Aro is a strong, flawed main character who has changed and continued to develop throughout the series. Her friends (Kei and Prince in particular) were well developed with individual voices that resounded in your head. Every character had a distinct voice in my head and they felt real as in breathing, warm blooded, I could run into you on the street real. It was a true pleasure to read about these characters; they became my friends I couldn't help but care for these souls who have lost so much yet still have something left to fight for.
A minor story arc is concluded in this book bringing the major arc into focus. Aro and her friends have already come so far but the journey is not yet over...they have a long way to go and I am thrilled to follow these loveable characters through their trials and tribulations! If you are looking for a book that stays with you long after you read the last page I recommend you start with Broken Aro (Broken Prince would not make sense as a standalone) and join the journey. You won't regret it :D Looking forward to book three! 5 out of 5 stars.
This story had me balling my eyes out at times it was so heart breaking. I felt like I was right there with Aro and her family feeling their pain and loss. They suffer much loss in this story but they also make some new friends. Which is helpful because they face a new kind of danger in this book.
Dragos returns a few times with some cryptic messages. He proves to be helpful at times but he's always dangerous. He has a secret to reveal in this book about one of the family members. It causes someone pain.
We get to meet more Were, some Wild Fey, and a new enemy called Vor. Now the Vor can be small shadow things which are dangerous, giant things with sharp teeth and claws and long tails these are very dangerous, or something different. There's many different type of Vor. Someone could very well die facing these and just might.
Will Aro be able to get Prince home without someone else dying or dying herself? Will Prince realize that Aro loves him like a woman loves a man? How does he feel about Aro and could he ever love her the same way? Only way to find out is to buy the book.
I truly loved this book. I enjoyed seeing Aro grow more as a person. I love the family dynamics and the chemistry between them as a whole and in their individual relationships.
This is a story of loss and grief, hope and love, and hard core determination. Jen I don't know how many ways to say it but THANK YOU for writing one of the best books I've read in 2013. I will most definitely be recommending this series to all my friends. I look forward to the next book in the series.
While wintering in a town on their way to return Prince to his homeland, sickness strikes. They lose Avery to it. When Aro succumbs to it as well, Kei offers to turn their bond of friendship to one of family. The bond magic saves her life, but also intensifies the hon-human element added to her make-up by the original binding magic.
While this worries Prince, it also saves her life when a Were hears her attempt to mentally cry out to Kei and Prince, when she is about to be run down by one of the soldiers that are attacking the city they wintered in.
Aro's family of misfits, now consisting of an elven prince, Kei,one of the only Fey not lost to the Fury, a human ex-soldier, and a Were continues on their way to try to return Prince to his homeland before the separation from the magic of his home kills him.
In general I've come to dislike books that include prophecy, but I like how it is handled here.
I would recommend this book to anyone that enjoyed reading the first one and will certainly continue to follow this story should the author chose to continue it into further books.
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This book didn’t start as strong as Broken Aro and for a bit, I was worried.Read more