- File Size: 2112 KB
- Print Length: 320 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 30, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078QPW4VK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,552 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Felix and the Prince: A Forever Wilde Novel Kindle Edition
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So yet again I fell in love with two wonderful men. They were smart, witty, kind, thoughtful, fun, courageous, tender, loving, interesting, heart stealing bits of perfection and I'm looking forward to re-reading Felix and the Prince very soon.
Would I re-read? Yes, I actually plan to within the next week.
Was it worth the money to me? Money is really tight right now, but I don't regret at all buying this book. And I own all of the others too.
Did I fall in love? I fell, and I fell hard.
Were there moments sweet/sexy/funny/daydream inducing that I still think about? Absolutely. I love the little details demonstrating their affection in even the most subtle and smallest of ways.
Do I recommend Felix and the Prince? Do you like being happy? :D
Author Lennox apologizes in an Author's Note at the beginning for taking liberties with Monaco, and it is a bit weird to accept what she does, but whatever.
What counts here is the wonderfully developed character Felix Wilde, the mousy cousin of West Wilde who appeared in "Forever Wilde" the first in this series as a reclusive introvert but is allowed to develop in this one as a complex, feisty and very determined little bugger.
Felix is an expert on glass--and how the plot develops from his trip to a magical island of glass making is in every respect due to his fathers Doc and Grandpa. These are the male counterparts to Granny and Irene from the Marian family series. Though not as lascivious as those two, they set things in motion and help bring about a satisfactory conclusion to a tale that has a lot more than glass blowing in it.
Oh, yes. Then there's Lio, the prince on the cover, who comes into Felix's life quite innocently but over the course of a week or so cannot figure out how to live without him. This is a convoluted plot with some really cool characters such as Felix's whole family, Lio's grounded sister, his superb valet Arthur, plus a few duplicitous snoggers.
There's also a brilliantly explained section on glass blowing and the details of this section make for riveting reading and help fill out the character if Felix. Who really should have been on the cover because it is his book. Which is basically my only complaint and all I'm going to tell you.
Read it and have fun.
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