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The Bastard Prince by Megan Derr

The Bastard Prince

by Megan Derr

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Only loosley-related to the previous books, which is rather sad. I would almost call it a romance novel, but the book still got a rather nice plot that isn't overshadowed by the MCs story.

Not bad, but nothing I would read again either.
  newcastlee | Dec 30, 2017 |
Prequel to Derr's highly rated Prisoner in that it introduces us to the world of Kria, this story includes intrigue, betrayal and romance. Though it starts off slowly with world-building and introductions to a host of characters, it picks up about halfway and the ending made it all feel worthwhile. I enjoyed it and am glad to have read this novella before starting Prisoner. ( )
  DianeYu | Aug 21, 2011 |
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Reyes O'Bannon lives a fairly quiet life, despite his role as the King's secretary. His days are filled with appointments, paperwork, and avoiding the romantic attentions of Kinnaird, the Duke of Keyes; attentions that become harder to ignore with each passing day...

Then the Kingdom is attacked, and the nature and location of the attacks make it painfully clear there is a traitor in their midst. The attacks are further compounded by the sudden arrival of a man who claims to have a legitimate claim on the throne, a bastard prince who knows things from the King's past that no one else could know.

As the problems increase, both within the palace and across the Kingdom, Reyes can only watch as Kinnaird is sent out to unravel the mystery and the King begins to fall apart.
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