Lyra refuses to become a possession
like the rest of the women of her society, so after she sees
her sister abused, she has her brother teach her how to
defend herself. Knowing that if she seeks independence,
which in her realm the only way is to become a Lady Prince,
then her own family will disinherit her, she does it
anyway. Now she has the same rankings and privileges as men
but some still have a hard time accepting this. She uses
her freedom to help other women who donít want this
lifestyle to escape.
Daene seeks to help the Lady Prince so
that he might be able to get her in his debt. He needs a
woman to help him infiltrate the marriage mart to accomplish
the final act of justice he needs. They knew each other as
children but they had never expected to have the attraction
to each other that they are confronted with now
Now Daene is wondering if he can keep
his secret from Lyra, but when he helps her escape after a
betrayal, things might put them on level playing ground.
Can they work out their differences and have an equal
partnership or will Lyra have to stay the Lady Prince?
Lady Prince was an interesting look into a
historical fantasy world. I loved Ms. Meilleur's premise of
the The Lady Prince and what they had to do to
be equal, or at least as a whole person. She also did a
wonderful job in creating sexy leading man. If you like
dreaming about other fantasy worlds, wrong versus right and
a little bit of dragon thrown in, then you need to check out
The Lady Prince.