- Siren Publishing, Inc
- Release Date
- May 2013
- Book 6 of Ravyn Warriors
BDSM, Erotic Romance, Fantasy Romance, LGBTQ, Paranormal with Romantic Elements
Tony is a man used to putting aside his own emotions for duty. However, when Prince Salvatore assigns him to interrogate the prince's younger cousin over his alleged betrayal, Tony finds putting his own emotions away is much harder than expected. He was half in love with Theron before he was in league with the enemy, and now the constant interaction is breaking Tony's limits faster than he can erect them.
Theron is a man without options. Desmond imprisoned his friends and demanded he pass on Salvatore's secrets or else. Trusting outsiders has never worked out for him, and confiding in Tony seems out of the question. However, Tony promises him a life unlike any he's experienced before and loving him is far too easy. But can he risk his friends' lives on new love? And will Tony be able to lay aside duty to prove to Theron that giving in to temptation is worth the risk to his heart?
Jul 05, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
127 people found the following review helpful
This book has a warrior torn between his duty and honor and the prince he's been guarding and falling in love with. The little princeling is also torn between duty, honor and protecting those he loves, his Cranes and the Ravyn warrior he's in love with too. They both have to decide how far do you take your duty to others and when do you get to take what you want for yourself.
The Ravyn Warrior Tony has only his pride in a job well done, his integrity and honor to define who he is. He's willing to give up just about everything else to his sense of duty to his Prince. After being assigned to guard the Prince's cousin Theron, the slow building friendship blooms into more. He's fallen for the little prince and he thinks those feeling are returned.
Then they get the news that Theron has now betrayed them, that he's been feeding information to their worst enemy. And when asked to interrogate the prince, how is he supposed to do that to the man he loves? How can he trust the princeling? When the little prince won't talk, is there any way that he can gain the princeling's trust? How do you find love again, when trust has been broken? With some help from relatives, friends, a meddling god, and trusting your own heart.
I found this a well-written, easily read story with emotionally engaging, well-rounded characters. You understand all of their thoughts, feeling and emotions that cause them to think and act the way they do. This was book six in the series, and you do need to read them in order.
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