Title: The Prince of the Moon
Author: Megan Derr
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Release Date: January 25, 2017
Genre(s): Fairy Tale/Fantasy
Page Count: 30,000 words
Reviewed by: Renée
Heat Level: 2 flames out of 5
Rating: 3 stars out of 5
All Solae wants is to be accepted and loved by the family that has always rejected him. But given it was his late mother who cursed the kingdom to eternal winter, the chances of that happening are minimal. If he can find a way to break the curse, however, surely that would be enough to change their minds regarding him.
But Solae is forbidden to practice magic because of his mother, which limits his ability to pursue solutions. Desperate for advice and new ideas, he contacts a famous curse breaker—and has no idea what to do when the unexpectedly shows up, handsome and friendly and dangerously intriguing.
I LOVE a good M/M fairy tale.
Started out strong with a fairy tale prince who is misunderstood and punished for his mother’s crimes. Then the “rescuer” comes to save him and show everyone how wrong they’ve been about Prince Solae. Oops. That part didn’t really play out. I didn’t like how hateful everyone was, even in fairy tale world. Somebody (or several) needed some comeuppance. And the first sex scene was off page! I love Derr’s writing, so that saved it, but not the story I thought it would be.
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