Thursday, September 15, 2011

Lord of Rage by Jill Monroe

Review of Lord of Rage by Jill Monroe

To Be Released: September 20, 2011

4 out of 5 smirks

Synopsis: “Once upon a time…the Blood Sorcerer vanquished the kingdom of Elden. To save their children, the queen scattered them to safety and the king filled them with vengeance. Only a magical timepiece connects the four royal heirs…and time is running out…

Princess Breena had been dreaming of her warrior lover when she was ripped from her Elden castle and thrown into a strange, dangerous realm. Lost and alone, she prayed for survival and vengeance for her stolen kingdom. She found both in a woodland cottage…in a dark bear of a man.

The golden-haired beauty had eaten his food and slept in his bed when Osborn found her. Though he wanted to awaken his virgin princess to carnal pleasures, Breena wanted more—including his warrior skills. Skills the once-legendary mercenary had long buried. Now Osborn had a choice—risk his life or deny his princess her fairy-tale ending.”

With each book I read of this series, I become more and more invested in the outcomes. While the main point seems to be deriving fairy tales into this wonderful, magical land, each book has a purpose. A different part of the story is unveiled along with different characters that make up the royal four. Lord of Rage by Jill Monroe takes readers on adventure of the lands, where Princess Breena soon discovers her “dream-life” is real life. While continuing to discover hidden memories Breena makes a deal with a beast, or rather Osborn a very talented warrior. Breena and Osborn’s love-hate relationship sparks each page as readers continue on this heart-wrenching journey of finding a place where they belong. Lord of Rage by Jill Monroe is about discovering dreams really can come true. Even the most tempting, hot, scorching dreams can come true. Breena and Osborn soon realize that what has been holding them back this whole time is the same thing they both crave. I give Lord of Rage by Jill Monroe 4 smirks because the characters are more than relatable, the storyline was believable, and the chemistry between Breena and Osborn is simply desire filling.

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