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This is an amazing series in book and audio. I have enjoyed them in both mediums.
I like the narrators who handle both sexes well. This story drags the emotions of the audience in every direction.
A second chance at love? Do a Prince and a merchant's daughter even have a first chance? Prince Keltor and Azalyn were young lovers. His family didn't find her suitable for the destined king and chased her away where he couldn't find her. Now, twenty-three years later, they meet again. She's been taken and beaten by enemies of the throne. Waking up in the palace to the face of her former lover was never a consideration. They both pretend time has removed all the old feelings. But has it?
The author has taken characters we've met in other books and created a compelling story. I couldn't put it down from page one to THE END. We meet another side of the stoic Prince. A side that only one person seems to bring out. Azalyn loved him for himself not his position. Something he wants again. I loved watching them try to avoid their real feelings. The outside influences and enemies challenge their lives and families. Secrets revealed, passions ignited, enemies attacking, this one has it all, including a love story you won't soon forget.
I love the world Ms. Donovan has created and look forward to more stories, more love, and new characters, as well as old friends, revisited.
This was a really lovely story about second chance love. The future king of the planet meets an ordinary girl when they are teenagers. We met the heroine in the previous book, and she is reunited with her only love. What he didn’t know was that she had been pregnant when the King forced them apart because he didn’t feel like she was good enough for his son. Now, reunited, they both find out that the attraction and even the love is still there. Unknown to the heroine, she had twins when she gave birth by c-section. Unmarried women who gave their child up for adoption weren’t allowed to know anything about the course of their pregnancy. Can these two find a way to be together and know their grown children, even as a civil war looms? Narration was very well performed. Looking forward to the next book in this series!
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This was interesting enough fodder with enough plot and intrigue to keep you listening. The characters were also likeable. As always Jeremy York can bring any book to life - indisputably the best narrator on audible. Emma Wilder was good too.