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The Pirate Prince (Ascension Trilogy Series #1)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Amazing Love Story!!

This is book is amazing although I would not recommend it for anyone that is under 15. Lavar is a kind of person any girl dreams of. I know throughout the entire story I was wishing he was real. The author is positively wonderful and I cannot wait to read another one of...
This is book is amazing although I would not recommend it for anyone that is under 15. Lavar is a kind of person any girl dreams of. I know throughout the entire story I was wishing he was real. The author is positively wonderful and I cannot wait to read another one of her books!!

posted by Anonymous on August 1, 2008

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Most Helpful Critical Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

The last half sunk this book

This book was good at first¿ I mean there was passion and their was chemistry and it seemed like everyone would get along. It becomes evident to the reader that the lead character Lazar di Fiori had his inner demons (after all, what romance hero doesn¿t), but there was ...
This book was good at first¿ I mean there was passion and their was chemistry and it seemed like everyone would get along. It becomes evident to the reader that the lead character Lazar di Fiori had his inner demons (after all, what romance hero doesn¿t), but there was something about this character that screamed to me `Leave him be¿. Our heroin, like all romance heroines tries to convince Lazar that he should face his terrible inner demons and put himself through hell to please her child hood dreams of him as her perfect prince. The problem is he isn¿t and throughout the book it doesn¿t seem like he ever wants to be. The book felt to me like Lazar was sacrificing his whole life for this `love¿ of his. If she really loved him, would she hold herself back like she does and tries to change him like she does? I don¿t think so. This book became tedious after the first 250 pages. I got tired of the fact that Lazar had to change himself and sacrifice so much of his self. Normally in a romance, when the heroin pushes her outcast lover to claim his rightful throne he in a way wants to. With Lazar that need was not there¿. He was being bullied into it. The book has its passionate moments, although not many, and the beginning was pretty entertaining. So for that I give it 3 stars, but I wish I didn¿t pay $8 for this book¿..

posted by Anonymous on August 9, 2006

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2006

    The last half sunk this book

    This book was good at first¿ I mean there was passion and their was chemistry and it seemed like everyone would get along. It becomes evident to the reader that the lead character Lazar di Fiori had his inner demons (after all, what romance hero doesn¿t), but there was something about this character that screamed to me `Leave him be¿. Our heroin, like all romance heroines tries to convince Lazar that he should face his terrible inner demons and put himself through hell to please her child hood dreams of him as her perfect prince. The problem is he isn¿t and throughout the book it doesn¿t seem like he ever wants to be. The book felt to me like Lazar was sacrificing his whole life for this `love¿ of his. If she really loved him, would she hold herself back like she does and tries to change him like she does? I don¿t think so. This book became tedious after the first 250 pages. I got tired of the fact that Lazar had to change himself and sacrifice so much of his self. Normally in a romance, when the heroin pushes her outcast lover to claim his rightful throne he in a way wants to. With Lazar that need was not there¿. He was being bullied into it. The book has its passionate moments, although not many, and the beginning was pretty entertaining. So for that I give it 3 stars, but I wish I didn¿t pay $8 for this book¿..

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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