In the magical kingdom of Madrigar, handsome Prince Augustin has been robbed of his heart by a cruel fairy. Blessed by a kinder member of the fae with an "untiring" sword, he's learned such gifts present challenges . . . and that missing hearts are no light burden to bear.
Plucky Princess Violet likewise suffers under a spell, fated to burn forever with desires no common lover can satisfy. She seeks a champion to save her people and herself from the clutches of a lovesick werewolf.
The sparks they strike are as hot as a blacksmith's forge. Alas, these wounded lovers must do more than fall in bed. The survival of both their kingdoms depends on them losing their enchanted hearts to each other.
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Enjoyable erotica fairy tale retelling *Book source ~ Kindle Lending Library Prince Augustin of Madrigar was cursed and blessed. Cursed by Gratiana to have no heart and blessed by Ariel to have great beauty and vitality and that no weapon can harm him. Ariel’s husband Clevis, decided to throw in a blessing also and said that Augustin’s sword would be untiring and make all the ladies swoon. Princess Violet of Arnwall has problems. Her parents were kidnapped by wereseals and her kingdom is small and not very wealthy. When a werewolf sets his sights on marrying her and she laughs at him he curses her with nearly uncontrollable lust. She needs a champion to defeat the werewolf and make him lift the curse, so she sneaks out and heads out into the world. Is Augustin the right one? Will Violet maintain her status as a maiden around his untiring sword? Will they live happily ever after? Decently written with humor and extreme hotness this is fairy tale erotica. I’ve read many stories by Emma Holly and this seems a bit less polished than her usual fare, but I still enjoyed myself. It’s not all that long, so there’s not a whole lot of time to develop a rich world with the well-rounded characters that you would see in a novel, but it’s still entertaining. Be warned that this story ends at 70% with the rest of the book has plugs for other titles and some excerpts.
Emma Holly does it again with her characteristically erotic flair to writing. This book is wonderful in the telling of how love not only brings happiness but pain as well.