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The Outcast Prince
by Shona Husk

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"Steamy, sensual, and dangerous"--Fresh Fiction on The Goblin King

Just One Taste Is All It Takes...

This is no ordinary mirror. Caspian caught a hint of color, a whirl of a waltz just past his reflection--a glimpse into the decadent Fairy Court of Annwyn.  Read more...


 
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Overview

"Steamy, sensual, and dangerous"--Fresh Fiction on The Goblin King

Just One Taste Is All It Takes...

This is no ordinary mirror. Caspian caught a hint of color, a whirl of a waltz just past his reflection--a glimpse into the decadent Fairy Court of Annwyn. The home he could never have. It called to him, whispering temptation after temptation...if he could only reclaim his rightful heritage.

To Be Forever Lost...

Caspian has an even stronger reason to stay in the world of humans. He's just met a woman who captivates him like no other. But loving him has proven to be dangerous. And he will do whatever it takes to protect Lydia from the vicious, seductive world of Court--even if doing so requires the ultimate sacrifice: his soul.

Praise for the works of Shona Husk:

"Enthralling"--Booklist

"Romantic and intriguing."--Publishers Weekly

"A great fairy-tale...dark, fresh, and tantalizing."--Anna's Book Blog

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781402280160
  • ISBN-10: 1402280165
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
  • Publish Date: July 2013
  • Page Count: 313


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Books > Fiction > Romance - General
Books > Fiction > Romance - Fantasy
Books > Fiction > Romance - Paranormal

 
Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2013-05-13
  • Reviewer: Staff

Murky mythology and muddy motivations mar this generally pleasant romance, first in a series about the fairy land of Annwyn. Changeling Caspian Mort, son of fairy prince Felan and a mortal woman, uses his psychometric powers to determine the authenticity of antiques. Lydia Callaway hires Caspian to value the inventory of her recently deceased grandmother Nanette’s disreputable Callaway House, which she is reluctantly preparing to sell. Caspian and Lydia’s immediate physical attraction is compounded by his fairy powers; challenges to their emotional connection include Caspian’s compulsion to find a magical mirror sought by conflicting factions in Annwyn, and the effects of the conflict on the mortal world. Significant deeper philosophical concepts, such as the intriguing connections between fairies, ghosts, and souls, get only glancing mentions. While Husk has some intriguing ideas, they are not well articulated or resolved and just distract from the steamy romance. Agent: Eric Ruben, the Ruben Agency. (July)

 
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