Prince's Fire by Amy Raby – Book Review + Giveaway

Prince's Fire by Amy Raby - Book Review + Giveaway

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Prince's Fire by Amy Raby – Book Review + GiveawayPrince's Fire on April 1, 2014
Pages: 400
Format: eARC
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As the sister of the Kjallan emperor, Celeste cannot choose where to bestow her heart....

The imperial princess has been offered in marriage to the Prince of Inya as part of an alliance needed to ensure Kjall's military prowess. And despite having been hurt in the past by men using her to gain power, Celeste finds herself falling for the passionate fire mage.

Prince Rayn has no intention of allying his country with the militaristic Kjallans. But his political enemies at home may be the greater threat. The princess's beauty and intelligence catch him off guard, throwing an unexpected and dangerous hurdle in the way of his plans.

As a deadly political plot threatens Rayn's life, the attraction between Celeste and Rayn ignites into a sizzling affair. But to save her people and herself, Celeste will have to discover if Rayn's intentions are true or risk having her love burn her yet again....

Prince’s Fire by Amy Raby is the third book in the Hearts and Thrones series. Even though I hadn’t read the others in the series, I knew I had to read this one. I’m a bit of a cover junkie (I admit…I sometimes judge books on their covers)…and check.out.that.cover! Gorgeous!! Really stunning and one I don’t get tired of looking at. I love pretty books. Okay, anyhow. Back to the story…

Princess Celeste has been offered in marriage to Prince Rayn. Politically, this is an excellent move for both of their countries, though Prince Rayn is not happy about being told what he should do. However, Princess Celeste is beautiful and intelligent, and they soon find themselves on fire for each other. This was an interesting story, but I felt at times it moved a bit slow. I liked the world that the author created and the magical qualities. Overall, this was a good read for me, though I feel I may have enjoyed it more if I had read the others before picking this one up.

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