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Where does Felix and the Prince rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
The story is one of my favorites so far and ranks up with the 'Made Marian' series also narrated by Michael Pauley and written by Lucy Lennox. Love the humor and the pace of the stories.
What did you like best about this story?
The descriptions of the glass thoughout Gadleigh Castle was incredible. The level of detail laid out in the story helped in imagining the primary location in the story. The pull of Lio and Felix to one another was wonderful and you couldn't help but smile.
Which scene was your favorite?
There are two scenes actually which standout. The talk between Grandpa Wilde and Lio in the lounge was my favorite. The funniest was early in the book with Felix doing the cheer to himself when he was going to get together with Lio for the first time.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Ignore the Prickly Bits
Any additional comments?
This was another wonderful narration by Michael Pauley. He has done such a great job bringing Lucy Lennox's stories to life. The voices and the consistency between books is admirable. Lucy Lennox's stories tend to have a large multitude of characters but he tries to make each characters voice distinctive. Also he speeds up and slows down to keep you interested in the story depending on the tone the writer is trying to set. Definitely one of my favorite narrators. Good job Michael.!!
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Before picking up this book you need to suspend all beliefs and take it all with a pinch of salt, because not much in it is (sadly) credible or believable. That being said, I absolutely adored this book. It was sweet, not overly angsty and I enjoyed myself immensely during these 9 hours I spent listening to Michael Pauley's performance.
Felix wants to escape for a while. He wants nothing more than to live his life in relatively peace and quiet, to study the rare glass found at Gadleigh Castle, and hopefully unmask the glass maker. What he doesn’t want is the limelight and media attention that always seem to shine on him every time his mother makes a new movie.
Prince Lio is facing the biggest changes of his life – he’s about to be crowned king of Liorland after his father’s upcoming abdication. Only he is not ready. He’s not ready for the responsibility, the expectations that comes with that crown. So he escapes to his favourite place in the world. Gadleigh Castle. He goes there to think, to prepare himself for the future he was born into, one not including a man to love.
When exploring the castle and the glass objects hidden everywhere, Felix accidentally stumbles upon a hidden door. Behind that door he finds something he never expected to find, the most gorgeous man he’d ever seen. The chemistry between these men is instant and it’s explosive. It’s a start of a whirlwind romance, but one tinged with secrets from both sides and one that might not end with a happily ever after.
Felix and Lio were adorable and sweet together, and this book sure fed my sugar cravings, but without being overly sweet. It is low angst has some drama and is in general a really great read. It did feel a bit drawn out in places, but all in all I didn’t mind that all too much.
I really enjoy Michael Pauley's narrations and this one is no exception. He performs the books with such ardour that is such a treat listening to him. He nails all the characters and it’s easy to follow along with the story. I have to say, I have a weakness for his voice as well and will happily spend a day listening to anything he has to say.
Felix and the Prince was a real treat and a joy to listen to and it was a good addition to the Forever Wilde series.
A copy of this book was generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review for Love Bytes