The Stone Prince
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 1st 2004
Publisher: HQN Books
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Fantasy Romance
Series: Imperia (#1)
Okay I really enjoyed this book, Jorlan was an incrediable alpha male and Katie was a stand alone heroine. I enjoyed the alien aspect to it. My heart bled for Percen and I was glad he got the ending he needed.Katie's family was defiantly intriguing, and led to several laughs.
I just could not get into this paranormal story and didn't finish. Not much action, mostly debate about having sex and I couldn't determine if his technology was advanced or primitive. Katie is taken by a statue in her garden and when she gives it a kiss it comes alive into a man named Jorlan.
Gena Showalter's The Stone Prince is the first of her Imeperia novels. Our hero is Jorlan, an alien warrior, trapped by his brother in a statue and sent to Earth. He is cursed to remain in stone until released by a woman's kiss. But even then, his reprieve will last only a couple of weeks, unless th...
Katie James, having recently gotten her hands on a home to be refurbished, including a garden with a beautiful marble statue of a man that tempts her. But she starts hearing a tempting voice to kiss the statue so she does, and finds herself kissing a real life breathing man that is pure woman's fant...
I enjoyed this first book by Gena Showalter, with its fresh theme of a warrior imprisioned in stone. As characteristic of her writing, it shows a sweet, goodhearted approach to paranormal romance. The sensuality is well-developed but doesn't overwhelm the romantic aspects of the book. It has many la...