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To Love a King (Court of Annwyn) Mass Market Paperback – October 7, 2014
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"There are no good choices here, only dangerous situations, and to be together, the lovers must be willing to risk everything-including their lives. This imaginative tale filled with poignancy and magic is sure to suit fans of paranormal romance." - BookPage
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"This compelling read will warm readers' hearts as the hero and heroine explore their second chance at love, igniting the page with their passion and giving readers a beautiful fairy tale ending."-RT Book Reviews, 4.5 stars
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Top Customer Reviews
I enjoyed this story which ends the first major arc of the Annwyn series. I've liked Felan who was a player in the two previous books in the series and I like that he ends up willing to gamble on love even as he is unwilling to shirk his duty to his people. He has a history with Jacqui, which sort of helps with the fast pace of the courtship, since he had only two weeks to produce a queen and an heir. But there is so much going on, with Felan preparing for the end game and the challenge he will have to face to claim his crown, that this could have been a much longer book and still not had the space to delve too deeply, into either the romance or the intrigue.
Still I did like this and I did like Jacqui as well and I am looking forward to seeing where things go next in the second trilogy.
It was nice to get the final episode. I loved all the other books, but it is difficult to have to wait for another chapter. This one did not disappoint with the intrigue and action. Glad to know the good guys won.
This last (?) installment of the Court of Annwyn certainly tied all the previous stories together. Finally, we get to see Felan’s beloved and watch him flounder his way through a courtship. The stakes are all high and the world is falling apart around them. This book was filled with tension and tough choices for all the characters.
Jacquie and Felan had a wonderful romance 7 years ago, but to Felan it feels like only a few months have passed. Their relationship ended suddenly and with a lot of drama. Jacquie was pregnant with his child, but the pregnancy ended suddenly while Felan was in Annwyn. Stunned, confused, and devastated, the couple split with many misunderstandings. In an effort to either find closure or rekindle his romance, Felan sets out to have a long overdue conversation with the love of his life. All while he is trying to reconnect with her, tons of plans are hatching around him concerning Sulia’s bid for the throne.
It was nice to have our own closure as far as Annwyn is concerned. There is HEA for almost everyone and a lot of the bad guys we’ve had to deal with finally get their punishment. While completely tension filled and action packed, this book was still a nice little romance with a fairy twist.
Winter is coming to Annwyn and with it comes disease and destruction to the human world. It's time for the end game. Shona Husk writes a brilliant ending to her Annwyn Series and once again proves that life without love is perfectly worthless.
Prince Felan ap Gwyn has been working behind the scenes for centuries. His foppish attitude has those of the royal court convinced that he will be easily overthrown. Yeah not so much. Felan's only problem is his king has decreed that he has two weeks, to find a bride and bring her home pregnant. Felan knows he has a lifetime of duty but in his home, he wants love. He wants the love he lost seven years ago. He is determined to reclaim the girl and bring home a pregnant bride, in two weeks... He is obviously preparing for the battle of his life.
Jacqueline Ara fell in love with a Prince of Annwyn when she was young enough to believe that anything was possible. But it wasn't. Her life collapsed along with the promise of his love. It took years but she managed to rise from the ashes of their relationship. Of course the fact that she now sees fairies really doesn't help with the whole, really people I am not insane, thing. But she's doing it day by day. Until Felan walks through her door. This time, Jacqui is so not gonna fall for it.
Two weeks.. sheesh
I appreciated that Ms. Husk put them in a relationship that already had some backgrounds. They knew each other and at one time there was real love. Neither ever really stopped loving the other they just had some serious, really serious issues to conquer. But it's still better than we met yesterday and are soul mates and will now live the rest of our lives together, forever.Read more ›
Felan - Gotta suck to be him. He's got two weeks to get married and get a woman pregnant so he can ascend to the throne of Annwyn after his mother's execution, because if there's not a King and Queen, the worlds as we know them will destruct - not a good thing at all. That's two weeks EARTH time, not even two weeks Annwyn time (time flows differently/much slower there). Luckily, he knows a human who might just fit the bill, but he sort of broke up with her 7 years ago (earth time). It's complicated, but makes sense in the flow of the story. And, as he tries to convince Jacqueline to fall in love with him, he's got to dodge the murder attempts being thrown at him by the competitor for his throne.
Jacqueline - She went through the hardest thing I can imagine, losing a baby, and has never fully recovered either from the loss of it or the relationship she shared with Felan. Add in she was considered crazy because she was seeing things others didn't (fairy folk, who normal people can't see without help from the fairy themselves), and she isn't particularly thrilled when Felan shows up in her life again.
The road these two took to end up back together was definitely bumpy. Kudos to Jacqueline for not just falling in bed with Felan again and immediately/easily forgiving him for what he'd done.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really liked this one but after all the build up, I expected more. Why did she change her mind? I'm still not sure. But sweet story and nice resolution.Published 12 months ago by Rebecca Grimaldi
To Love A King is a sensational book. I wish I could click my heels together three times and make a print copy appear in my hands. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Krissy Malott
It's so nice to return to Annwyn but it's a time of great change and danger. Winter is encroaching and the Fae who have made their home there for thousands of years face certain... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Marta Cox
**I Received a copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased and honest review**
General: I had no idea this was a series book. Read more
First, I loved this cover. Next, the blurb sounded fascinating. I just wish I had liked it more. This is book three in a six book Court of Annwyn Series (4, 5, and 6 to come out in... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kathie @First Page to the Last Book Reviews
To Love a King, Shona Husk
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There's a novella and a couple of full length books prior to this one. Read more