- File Size: 5198 KB
- Print Length: 262 pages
- Publisher: Dreamscape Publishing (August 3, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 3, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071XJT6ZT
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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The Vampire Prince (Dark World: The Vampire Wish Book 2) Kindle Edition
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This book has so many plot twists and captivating scenes that it is hard to put down. Again in this book, Michelle writes in such a way that I feel like I was there as all of the Vampire Princesses were introduced to Jacen. I also can feel Annika's angst. This is a well written, captivating, and exciting YA book that bewitches adults as well. I highly recommend this book. Warning: This book ends with a huge cliffhanger and this series is addictive!!! Enjoy! I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book. Thank you Michelle! :)
Now in The Vampire Prince Annika finds herself in possession of a magical artifact that has trapped the ancient witch, Geneva. Whoever controls the ring controls Geneva so Annika now has her power behind her as she continues to try to get revenge upon the vampires that killed her family and held her hostage. Meanwhile, Jacen has returned to the kingdom and is being forced to find a bride so with Geneva’s help Annika plans to disguise herself and become his bride to have full access to the palace and destroy The Vale from the inside.
As usual Michelle Madow hasn’t disappointed me in the least coming up with another great fast paced addition to this series. The story picked up right after the end of the first book and quickly brought the reader back into the story as the characters try to recover from the ending of the first book. Always moving at a quick pace and full of action the story has added in so much more about all of the characters and situations that I can’t wait to see what happens at each turn of the page.
This second book also has a bit of Selection or The Bachelor feel to it as Jacen starts looking for a bride. The story isn’t quite being done in the same way as either of those but they are definitely brought to mind as the potential brides arrive at the kingdom including Annika in disguise. Being left right in the middle of this story line among others going on in the series is the only reason I didn’t rate a perfect five but I will most certainly be anxiously awaiting seeing where the story goes in the next installment and would recommend this to the fantasy/paranormal fans that enjoy fast paced and full of action reads.
I received a free advance copy of this book directly from the author, thank you to Michelle Madow for allowing me to read early.
The book alternates between Annika's and Jacen's perspective, with an occasional chapter narrated by a side character. This helps us to see who is scheming and what others are plotting. It also shows us that Annika and Jacen both want the same things, and if they only weren't so guarded they could work together. They're perfect for each other, just as they were in the first book before evil characters conspired to separate them. The plot moves quickly, introducing the major players and storylines. The first book took place mostly in the human part of the Vale, but this takes place mostly in the palace. We get to see the other side of society - the privileged and powerful vampires. Although this book wasn't much shorter than the average Michelle Madow novel, it flew by and was over too quickly. Can't wait to read the rest of this series. Love these characters!
I volunteered to review an ARC of this novel.