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Even though I have given this book 5 stars I must say that I wish the author had made the lead female, Isabella, a little older. If Ms Halle’s intent was too make her immature and a little whiny, then she succeeded. By the end of the book, I could understand the immaturity but she was not one of my favorite leading ladies from Ms Halle.
Great job! Good book!
Magnus, the Prince of Norway, is reckless and wild and rebellious. He's impulsive and his antics eventually come back to bite him. In lieu of the rapidly deteriorating public opinion of the royal family, Magnus is urged to demonstrate that he takes his royal responsibilities seriously by finding a suitable wife. But the demure yet headstrong Princess Isabella of Lichtenstein turns out to be everything Prince Magnus never expects, and one he comes to fight for rather than dread.
The push and pull in this story is everything. This story sees Magnus and Ella through many phases of their rapidly changing relationship and through each new stage of their dynamic comes complicated emotion, fierce attraction and the delicious bite of sexual tension. As the royals evolve from strangers to pseudo-friends to comrades in their reluctance to wed, their contrived romance drifts towards one that is genuine and IT IS YUMMY to see. I was riveted by this story, so consumed by what would come as the story moved along. I love a royal romance and I couldn't put this one down.
The Wild Heir is refreshing and light but remains sexy and heartfelt all at once. It's peppered with sharp humor, edged in a bit of sadness, and there's a good dose of angst courtesy of a red headed villain. To my surprise, these Norwegian royals weren't stuffy or haughty, something I have come to expect from books surrounding royalty. Instead they're unapologetically down to earth, their banter is rife with humor and they truly seem like ordinary people with extraordinary titles attached to their names. This, like every book she writes, is a refreshing change of pace for Karina Halle and one that makes my appreciation for her writing and storytelling continue to grow. The Wild Heir is an unpredictable page turner full of wildly magnetic personalities, slow burning royal romance and it's a testament to family that I absolutely loved.
Magnus is the type of prince who will never be tied down, and would continue his adrenaline seeking forever. Or so he thought. After causing a royal scandal, he must choose a bride and settle down, or abdicate his right to the throne. He has always wanted to rule but was unsure if he was built for it, like his father. Enter a beautiful, noble foreign princess, a crazy ex girlfriend, and a disappointed family and you’ll be on a wild ride!
This book lovely, I enjoyed the fact that it was about royals in Norway and that we got to understand the culture and some of the language as well!
All of the characters have unique personalities and brought a lot to making the book one that I could not put down. Highly recommend.
There was a little predictable drama toward the end which wasn't really necessary but overall great character development throughout the book.
I love a good marriage of convenience love story and more when royals are involved. And The Wild Heir by Karina Halle did not disappoint. It doesn't matter if it is a love at first sight or a slow burn romance, she's always great at creating blinding chemistry between her characters and she more than nailed it with this new story.
I loved Ella and her passion for the environment, which it's a topic I'm really interested in. But it was Crown Prince Magnus of Norway the one who stole my heart. He was one of those characters that just surprise you. He was not what I thought he was—his vulnerability owned me, his passion and heart left me speechless.
Karina Halle knows how to write sex scenes, but when she mixed them with a playful banter and dirty talk, she delivers PERFECTION.
As usual, I'm not going to spoil all the fun for you, so if you want to know more about Magnus and Ella and her marriage arrangement, you will have to read this book. I’m guaranteeing you a royally good time!
A slow-burning bliss, that's what The Wild Heir is. A story that fulfills all a romance lover could hope for—friendly bickering, sizzling hot chemistry, lovable major and second characters, angsty feelings, and heart—a lot of heart.
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I have to admit, what made me want to read “The Wild Heir” was the cover. I absolutely love this cover!!Read more