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Dragon shifter Prince Kyran has studied the Earth people and is ready to assimilate. Female shifters are all but going extinct on his planet of Qurilixen, and his people are desperate for mates - so much so they're taking matters into their own hands. What better place to capture a woman than Earth? After all, dragon shifters had come from there centuries ago. Surely a human female would be honored to be selected by one as fine and fierce as himself.
While on Earth, Kyran stumbles upon the most beautiful woman he's ever imagined, singing something the natives call rock 'n' roll. His blood simmers and he knows Eve is the one for him. But taming this feisty female is going to take much more than his training prepared him for.
©2014 The Raven Books LLC (P)2016 The Raven Books LLC
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By Trish R. on 01-01-17

Not a favorite..

I did laugh out loud a few times but overall this wasn’t a very good story and I probably won’t go forward with the series. I have read 7 or 8 of Ms. Pillow’s books and most I’ve enjoyed but this one, not so much. I really didn’t like the way Eve was described doing her singing act: the banging of her head or the screaming of the songs she was “singing.” And she was pretty rude and nasty to Kyran for most of the story, until she was suddenly in love with him.

I did really like Kyran, Finn, Ivar and Rafe. They were all pretty strangely dressed when the went to earth to look for a wife for Kyran. They did remind you of the Village People.

There was 1 explicit sex scene and the F-bomb was used 2 times.

As to the narration: David Brenin was OK for me. The women’s voices weren’t so great and there were several times someone in the book laughed and DB couldn’t be bothered. I’ve listened to about 4 other books that were narrated by DB, and there were 2 where I gave him 4 and 5 stars so I know he can be wonderful. Just not in this one.

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By cheri on 06-02-16

Determined Prince and Just as Determined Rocker

Where does Determined Prince rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Near the top.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Loved EVE and Kyran as well.

What does David Brenin bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Good as reading or even better. His characters are defined and fun. As is the dialogue.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes and did so.

Any additional comments?

Determined Prince: 5 star audio 6/1/16
I HAVE ADDED THE AUDIO TO MY LIBRARY: What a fun listen. I read this when it first came out and now have had time to forget some of the wonderful parts. Listening to the story and hearing some of the smart (or not) remarks by Eve and misinterpreted things by Kyran and the other Draigs, made me laugh out loud. I truly loved it even more than just reading the book.

Determined Prince is the delightful beginning of a new series. Five star. This is a prequel series, before dragon shifters and cat shifters changed from friends to enemies. Eve is singing in a band and allowing herself to drink this one day of the year—her birthday-- she meets dragon shifter Prince Kyran who has come for a bride. Rocker Eve thinks he's hot and talks funny, but with enough tequila she can ignore the conversation. Until she wakes up and she's not in “Kansas” anymore. Can a rocker from Cleveland become a princess? Can a staid Prince adapt to a feisty human female?
These are not the only problems. The stronger question is how do his people feel about such a match? Or are there enemies ready to do anything to prevent such a match?

I only have one problem with this book—WHERE IS THE NEXT ONE?

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