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The Regent's Knight

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  • Posted August 28, 2010

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    This story was lacking in something. I was expecting more of a fantasy, with fantastical creatures or magicians and witches, than just a medieval era piece. However, the fight scenes and the war between kingdoms kept some interest in the story line. Also, the characters were more sexy and beautiful than their personalities. To J.M. Snyder's credit, the book was arousing, but the rest was a bit lukewarm and watered down.
    The prince of Pharr and his lover are forced to hide their love behind locked doors. Because of the many all-seeing and gossiping servants in the castle, they are forced to disguise their time together with vocal and physical fights. Even still, their relationship is forbidden not only because they are two men, but also because a knight is too far below in rank and status for the prince to be intimate with. In the hopes that the king may one day return from his disappearance in battle, the prince is named regent of the kingdom. With the Cyrian's invading the kingdom from the north, the regent's advisors are not only pressuring him to abandon his love affair, but to also take the crown and a queen. Prince Amery will be forced to choose between his comfortable lifestyle in the castle, or running away from it all with his true love, Sir Tovin. However, once the barbarians breach the castle walls, the choice may be made for him.

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