She giggles, like I've said something silly.
"I've never been called sexy a day in my life."
"Then you're sorely overdue."
This is the story of how Savannah AKA "Savvy" meets Prince Kian. How with everything going on in his life right now, he cannot forget about her. Even with his brother missing, all Kian wants to do is be with her.
Savvy just wants to be left alone. She has a hard time keeping her mind of Kian as well. The attraction between them is sizzling so strong, it is like a living thing. There are past secrets that threaten what they are beginning to have. Can they move past the trouble?
These are some fun characters to read. Sexy times and heat are all throughout this story. It is a joy to turn each page and feel the heart that beats between the two MC's. I cannot wait until I can read the next installment in the His Royal Hotness series! I give this book a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!
***This early copy was given by Netgalley and its publishers in exchange for an honest review.
This is young adult novel, so don't expect any sex or many romantic moments.
However, closer to the end of the story, there were confessions and a few tender kisses.
I would recommend this for my 13-year olds (that's roughly the age of the characters, anyway) without hesitation.
The Academy in this book houses many professions: military, healing,magic, law... However, there is virtually no magic of any sort in this book, save for a couple of healing episodes.
Despite being true "young adult" novel, the book was pretty interesting to me and I really enjoyed the characters and the plot.
There are a few bumps in the writing style, but one that annoyed me most was the author's inability (or fear) to use pronouns. "Sentinel trainee" or "mage trainee" started to drive me (excuse my language) nuts by the end of the book.
Sex. Drugs. And Rock... Color Purple. Very 70-ies.
What. A. Drag.
Never a straight (no pun) line in this book. I don't mind when a story gets from A to D via B, C and while at it detours through E and K. I do mind however, when the author goes through entire alphabet to connect A to B. Now imagine that alphabet being intense purple. It frigging haunts me in my sleep now.
And no, DD was not the one and only writing and publishing queer literature prior to 2001. No credit for that. Sorry, not sorry.
PS And what's with the cover? O.o