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This was a wonderful continuation of The Midwinter Prince series. This book was from both Laurie's and Sasha's POV. The words of Harper Fox combined with the narration of Rusty Coles make for a very enjoyable listening experience. Highly recommend this.
What did you love best about The Lost Prince?
This book has everything. At its heart is a strong love story between diverse, extremely compelling characters - Sasha and Laurie . There is sort of a role reversal when Laurie takes on the protection of Sasha - he has stalwart intentions but blunders it so badly with such misappropirated aplomb. They both care so fiercely for each other they don't always make the best decisions. I appreciate that the story took some unexpected twists such as Laurie falling into substance abuse issues as a coping mechanism, rather than being honest with Sasha. What Laurie thought were protections led to worse problems. I also like that the story ran the full gamut from happy career, happy home life, to turbulent upheaval, culture shock, emotional betrayal, and the action/adventure climactic scenes. The secondary characters are all clearly presented and very pivotal to the story. Such wonderful escapism for this reader.
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Lost Prince?
Hmm, so many. Many of them are reveals, so I can't be specific. I do like how intense both Laurie and Sasha are about their work, and in their feelings for one another. Although Laurie's intensity gets him into trouble at times -to say the least... I did love how when how all seemed hopeless, a figure from the past appeared to lend a very big helping hand. Laurie's sister Clara jad insights and interventions which were marvelous.
Anytime Laurie or Sasha called the other Ves'tacha ♥
What about Rusty Coles’s performance did you like?
Everything! He was able to voice each and every character uniquely and, in my mind, perfectly. Nobody sounded like a cartoon version, or unlike I imagined. It's an understatement to say he heightened the enjoyment of my favorite Harper Fox series. Took that enjoyment to the moon and back is more like it.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Laurie's about to take on the role of his life. But sometimes running away,,, brings your demons closer.
Any additional comments?
I highly recommend this audiobook and the prequel, A Midwinter Prince
Not sure if this is the end of this series...Rusty may have given the impression at the end that it isn't [she says hopefully], but his narration was spot on yet again, with lots of different accents. His Laurie and Sasha are so tender with each other, but I knew the moment they were USA bound that there would be problems [even if it was with the best of intentions in Laurie's part, he just sort of steamrollered over Sasha's wants 😕].
The non-communication between the two really p****d me off, and made me doubt whether there would be a HEA for me to happy dance over BUT... well, listen/read for yourself. Harper Fox's writing is to die for, as per usual.