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To the Princess Bound (Terms of Mercy)

by Sara King

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I keep telling you how much I enjoy reading Sara King, despite her horrible covers, and have you read her yet? No. She writes complex, intense and convoluted books be that urban fantasy or sci-fi with absolutely insane chemistry and brilliant banter between main characters. They are very human, imperfect and incredibly likeable. I never know what to expect from Sara, because her world-building is awesome, and the power is strong in her *grinning* Don't waste your time and grab one of her books.
See my review of Alaskan Fury . ( )
  kara-karina | Nov 20, 2015 |
Really enjoyed this book, had me hooked from the second chapter :) ( )
  lcrabtree | Jul 17, 2013 |
Really enjoyed this book, had me hooked from the second chapter :) ( )
  lcrabtree | Jul 17, 2013 |
This is the first book I have ever read in its entirety on my Kindle Fire. I have other eBooks, but I couldn't put my Kindle down. I had to know what was going to happen next. Sara King is great with detail and background of her characters. As the opening line of the synopsis says, "Sometimes, Life leads us where we need to go," and that is so true for each of these characters. Dragomir's spirit of compassion and humbleness tugged at my heart and his overall patience with Victory was amazing and at times a little maddening. Victory is spoiled, but that is how she is supposed to be for the story to progress and Sara did wonderful.

I knew very little about the story going into it and didn't know there would be a rape (rather several) involved. I knew it was a romance novel of sorts and once I found out about the rape, I was a little put out. I thought how in the world is this going to convincingly turn into a romance when the main female character has been raped. How will she recover in some 300 pages and be able to 'fall in love' with Dragomir? No worries, Sara King handles that and the details with tact and twists and turns that will lay your raised eyebrows at ease.

Quickly because this is getting long and I need to go home . . . the story is phenomenal and I can't wait for Sara to write more about the world of Mercy. The rape wasn't so vividly described as to force me to put the book down and walk away to prepare myself; she handle it with care. The sex . . . well . . . ummm yeah. It was there. Do I have to go into more detail than that? It was probably one of the most steamy sex scenes I have ever read and I'm having to block it from my mind (trying) for (clearing throat). . . ok moving on.

To read my full review, please visit my blog. ( )
  books_ofa_feather | May 28, 2012 |
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