The last of her kind and trained to be
an assassin since childhood, she is called
Midori-no-Murakami. Midori does the bidding of her master,
the Overlord Buntaro Soseki of Nightfall. No matter her
thoughts on the subject or who the target is Midori does as
she is told.
While on a secret mission for her
master, Midori comes across a lone man traveling to the
Festival in Jonen. They realize that they are two halves of
the same whole after making love. The man declares his
desire for Midori to stay with him, but she is bound to
Buntaro and cannot have a life of her own. When Midori is
given orders on a new target she knows that fulfilling the
order will destroy her soul. Her honor or her love, the
choice is Midoriís.
Readers are transported to another place and time in
Prince and the Assassin. Descriptive language, a
different world, and a lost piece of an ancient culture is
told in this well written tale of love. Prince and
the Assassin showcases sensual lovemaking, lush word
usage, and a unique understanding of this fantasy. This is
a special tale of devotion, honor, and romance.
Prince and the Assassin is both imaginative and