warrior Ayani Suntwister is brutally beaten and left to die
near the Hallenlands border, enemy territory. She is
rescued by the magnificent Prince Cynwrig. Their attraction
is instantaneous and explosive.
captivated by this stunning, green-eyed temptress who is his
match both in and outside the bedroom. He knows that
because she is Cliothen, his enemy. Ayani is most likely a
spy and he can never trust her.
Yet as they
continue to grow closer, does the man known as Prince of
Death have the strength to resist a woman he might someday
have to execute?
Quinn is lethal with a pen, and isn’t afraid to flaunt her
deadly writing skills. Prince of Death is
richly lush and bursting with intrigue and action, sizzling
sex and snappy comebacks. If I was forced to complain about
anything, it would be that sometimes the elves seemed a bit
too human, yet not overwhelmingly so. All in all, Ayani and
Cynwrig are formidable in their skills and cunning, which
made me respect and like them. The author does an amazing
job with their psychological development and how they deal
with the challenging changes they face. I also liked the
fact that the names and mythological influences were Welsh.
moves ahead with a quick pace then pauses for those
extensively blazing and racy scenes featuring Ayani and
Cynwrig as they make up for lost time! I’m surprised the
ink didn’t run and smear on every page from all the heat.
This pair had a difficult time keeping their hands off one
another, and the author doesn’t disappoint her audience!
The descriptions are as explicitly lavish as they are
well-written. There’s also a cast of complimentary
supporting characters, like Cynwrig’s sister, Lleandda,
whose personal back story captured my interest. I hope there
will be a sequel featuring her story. Overall, this is a
wonderful (and highly erotic!) fantasy romance story with a
truly gorgeous cover to do it justice.