Broken Prince

Broken Prince

by Jen Wylie


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Broken Prince by Jen Wylie

Sometimes, when you're broken, you can heal on your own. Sometimes, you need the help of your friends, your family, and the people you love. Keeping those pieces together when the world seems intent on ripping you apart is the greatest challenge of all. Especially when the ones you love, the ones who hold you together, start falling apart themselves.
Arowyn and her family continue on their journey to return the Elven Prince, Shael, to his homeland before he fades and dies. A journey full of triumph and horror, love and sorrow, rips them apart with every fighting moment, and yet brings them together as a family. They don't allow the prophecy to rule their lives. Some don't believe, some don't care. Prophecies aren't written in stone. Events can change. People can change. They are only words. From besieged cites, to the elusive Were and wild Fey, nothing quite prepares them to face their deadliest of enemies, one they didn't know existed.

"Broken Prince is a story about love and hope, loss and pain, facing the odds and not giving up. I couldn't put it down!" Wendy Knight, Feudlings

"Filled with fantasy, non-stop action and suspense, Broken Prince is a heart-achingly romantic read that had me flipping the pages, needing to know what would happen next to Aro and her boys. The end is bittersweet and perfect, and I need the next installment now!" Trisha Wolfe, Of Silver and Beasts

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615838557
Publisher: Untold Press, LLC
Publication date: 06/20/2013
Pages: 346
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.72(d)

About the Author

Jen Wylie resides in rural Ontario, Canada with her two boys, Australian shepherd and a disagreeable amount of wildlife. In a cosmic twist of fate she dislikes the snow and cold.
Before settling down to raise a family, she attained a BA from Queens University and worked in retail and sales.
Thanks to her mother she acquired a love of books at an early age and began writing in public school. She constantly has stories floating around in her head, and finds it amazing most people don't. Jennifer writes various forms of fantasy, both novels and short stories. She loves to hear from her readers!

How to connect with Jen:
Goodreads: Jen Wylie
Twitter: @jen_wylie
Facebook: Jennifer Wylie (page)

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Broken Prince 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Mom22BoysRS More than 1 year ago
In Broken Prince the author does not disappoint.  Once again you are taken on an amazing journey in an incredible fantasy world.  The characters are all very well-written.  The book is full of action, drama, magical creatures, romance, and an incredible amount of suspense.   As great as the first book (Broken Aro) is, the second is even better – from page one to the end – it’s an astounding adventure you will not be able to put down. I cannot wait to read the next installment.  I received a copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review.  This in no way influenced what I wrote.
M_McRoberts More than 1 year ago
Loving this much... I did NOT receive this book as a free copy; I received the first one in the series, drank it up, didn't bother to stop to review it, bought this one, ripped through it, will review this one...and only then will I go back to write the review of the first book - you know the one the author actually requested... I think it is quite obvious I loved both of these books... This book gets much more into the characters; it explores family group dynamics that have developed between the main group as they have travelled and how each of them comes to terms with those roles. The most in-depth look the reader sees is the look into the character of Prince. The story explores who he is as a noble and an elf and how he comes to terms with actually experiencing feelings, trying to sort through them, and learn to understand what they mean to him. It is very frustrating to watch him interact with the others sometimes, but it conveys to the reader the frustration he and Aro both feel at different points throughout the story. This book also introduces and explains more about the history of the world, its mythology, and the interactions of the races. I think the use of the Dragos is an excellent device for bestowing this information, and I like that the parts of the prophesy are so slowly revealed. My only issue is: As I read, my mental red pen is a VERY difficult thing to turn off. Occasionally I manage to get too into the story to notice the errors in grammar and punctuation, but rarely do I manage to gloss over the word choice errors. I was able to gloss over the errors in this one quite easily, but I still have to reflect the editing errors in my review. This is the only thing that stuck me on this book.
CatDipity More than 1 year ago
Still in love with this series! In Broken Aro we were introduced to the characters and taken on their adventures and struggled along with them. In Broken Prince, though there are still many struggles, loss, lots of fighting, many new friends, some very interesting twists, and the amazing growing strength and character of Aro and the others, the focus is directed more towards Prince, who happens to be an elven prince, and who Aro is desperately in love with. She makes her love known, and is very soon heartbroken. Their path to get Prince home as his health declines further, before he withers completely is filled with new evil beings, many more fights, with each other and with evil, fighting weather, fighting their feelings, and an amazing turn at the end that left me wanting so desperately for the next book! I can not wait until it is out to continue with these amazing characters in their adventures! Review by Kendra @ FaeBooks
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Broken Prince by Jen Wylie is book two of the Broken Ones and picks up just a few days after the end of book one. Prince has been revealed as an Elf to his traveling companions by the Dragos, and with that it was also revealed that he is dying. Aro and her newfound family are determined to get Prince home before that happens. I love the characters of this series. Aro is now sixteen and since the destruction of her home and being taken as a slave, she just keeps getting stronger. The men that have surround her as her family have trained her as her brothers once did, giving her a fighting chance against the magic and evil of the world they find themselves in. They pick up a new character in their family, a were named Garen. I love this new character. He saves Aro from a siege when she is separated from the rest of the men, and it is almost instantly that he begins caring for her (in a protective manner). He makes a fun addition to the group. Also the story just keeps getting more intricate! First and foremost, the plot for this installment is to get Prince home, to his Elven lands so he can heal and regain his magic, otherwise he will die. Then there's the prophecy about Aro being the returning Queen who will heal the Fey. Aro knows she can take the fury from a Fey because she helps Kei do this, however Kei has asked her to stop because she is changing and can wield the fury once it's hers. Not much is learned about the prophecy in this installment. And the romance in this book.... Aro finally comes to terms with her feelings for Prince, but this book isn't called Broken Prince for no reason. Not only is he dying, but it is painfully obvious his conflicted feelings for Aro. I mean really!!! He risks his life in book one to save her, he's jealous and protective of any man touching her or showing interest in her, and he only smiles when she's around. How hard is it to admit your feelings?!?! Sorry had to vent a little. This particular thread in the story breaks my heart over and over again! Overall, I loved this book! I think the author kept true to her series and characters, and this installment was better than the first (in my opinion). It was also a clean read with only mild violence, no foul language, and appropriate for age romance. Also blogging communities talk about cross-over reads, or books that span a larger audience than what is intended. This is one of those books! Though it's written for the young adult reader, it can easily be enjoyed by readers of all ages (hey, I'm closing in on thirty and I love it!!!!). So if you enjoy fantasy with an epic adventure, a little romance, and a lot of action/suspense, I highly recommend this book for you. It will not disappoint! ***I received a copy of this ebook from the author in exchange for an honest review.***
TheScorpioScribes More than 1 year ago
Broken Prince is the second book in The Broken Ones series and it picks up where Broken Aro left off with Aro and her entourage on a treacherous journey. One of my favorite things about this series is the way in which we are able to watch the different relationships wax and wan. We are enlightened to Aro’s inner feelings without her coming off as playing the sides or anything of that sort.      I was excited about the characters that were introduced into this book (fairies and weres and dragons oh my!) and heartbroken over some losses that I will not spoil for anyone else. Jen has an amazing ability to bring her characters of the page while you get lost in the detailed world she weaves around them.      Aro, Prince, Kei and their crew encounter so many obstacles but the amusing tension between the characters helps smooth over the wracked nerves that are inevitable in a Wylie world! Their goal is to get Prince, who is suffering from some terminal magic loss) home before his demise and it seems time is quickly running out. From start to finish, Aro is fiesty, loving and quickly learning there is more than one definition of “family”. I would (and have) strongly recommend this book to all my adventure, supernatural lovin friends!
toni-michelle More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed Broken Prince. This fantasy read, I would recommend to older teens and adults. It is a great book. I think you, also, will enjoy this book if you enjoy fantasy novels. I want to give this book a 100 star rating but it won't let me do that so, its getting 5 stars.  I look forward to reading more books by this author. Every one of her books I have read, I have genuinely loved!!!!  I received this book from Untold Press in exchange for an honest review.
Croter More than 1 year ago
Good book. I liked the variety of the characters and they were developed pretty well. Not too sure what the plot really is yet, not really defined.
JoyceHays More than 1 year ago
Wow, where to start? The friends are on the road trying to get Prince back home to Rivenward before it's too late and he dies. The amulet he wore that sustained his magic was stolen by the slavers when he was taken. When Damon ripped the glamor rune exposing Prince as a Fairy, the rest of the friends could see he was suffering from that loss. The only way to save him is to help him get home. That's not as easy as it sounds. Kei is learning to control his fury on his own, fearful of what may happen to Aro if she continues to take it into herself to calm him down. Aro has been going through some changes of her own. She's sixteen now and maturing. The guys in the group may be her "boys," but she's begun looking at Prince as more than a brother. This story is as much about Aro's stuggles to grow up and lead her "boy" as it is about helping Prince get home. Their journey is fraught danger, including one enemy they had no knowledge of. Damon is his usual annoying, cryptic and arrogant self. Along the way to, the friends seek shelter from a major storm in a cave bringing them to the attention of one of the local Were packs. For once, Damon does some good, sending the strange Weres on their way. Along the way, they make new friends and confront more facets of the prophesy. Prince's situation becomes more dire. Magic is the only way to save him and there is none to be had. Aro takes a desperate chance in creating pack of their own, hoping against hope that it will bring enough magic to save Prince. Love for him drives her to desperate measures more than once, sometimes to his anger. Battles with expected and unexpected foes tests the friends as nothing else can. Sometimes, the only thing those we call family can do to help us is take us home. This book is fast paced and doesn't let up. I was literally writing the review for Broken Aro while trying to read this book, that's how much I enjoy this series. I started and finished this book in one day, to the exclusion of anything that needed doing. Well written, near perfect editing (I only found one missed error), this book is engrossing. My only problem is having to wait until next year sometime for the next book. Sigh. I was gifted a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Eclipsereviews More than 1 year ago
The adventure continues with Aro and her family. In a battle against time Aro need to save her prince before it’s too late. Their journey is filled with danger, battles and creatures. And the closer they get to Prince’s home, the more danger they face.  Will Aro be able to save her prince, or would she herself fall before they reach his homelands? Oh Wow! Jen doesn't disappoint. Aro is back and she much stronger than before, but also she is growing into a woman. This has it complications with a group of men whom all loves her to death. Aro just keeps surprising me. She is a tough female warrior that stands her ground and fights for those she loves. There were a few moments in Broken Prince where I was dreading to turn the page. Simply nerve wrecking! I was torn between Kei and Prince in this one. Where Prince was the night in shining armour in the first addition, it was Kei that stepped us this time. So many conflict. I have to admit there was a few times that I wished I could reach into the book and slap Prince. ARRGH! He was so frustrating, and there at the end, he finally came around. Just in time. I was really about to walk over to team Kei.  Jen have created an amazing adventure that is well worth the read. It’s well written with twists and turns that will leave you grabbing your book, tensing up with fear. If you haven’t grabbed the first one, I would suggest starting there. You would be missing some major facts needed for Broken Prince. Well-deserved 5 Stars from me.