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Review: The Errant Prince

by Sasha L. Miller
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Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for a chance to read this book in exchange for an honest review.
Publish date: February 2015

 Title: The Errant Prince
Author: Sasha L. Miller
Published by: Less Than Three Press
Book: standalone
Genre: m-m romance/fantasy
Found: Netgalley
Rating: 4.5 Voodoos

Myron’s task is easy enough on the surface: locate the runaway Prince Tamsen and bring him home. But Tamsen is not merely a talented wizard, he’s an exceptionally stubborn one, and dozens of others have already failed at the task. When he manages to find the cabin where Tamsen is hiding, Myron isn’t foolish enough to mistake the find for a victory.

Instead of attempting to drag the prince home by force, Myron tries a different tact: patience. He might not be able to best Tamsen magically or physically, but Myron can certainly out-stubborn him. He’s nothing if not used to doing what other people say he can’t.

But neither prince nor soldier expected stubbornness to be the crack in armour they’ve both become adept at wearing…



I enjoyed this book, it was a cute little romance. I liked that there really was no unnecessary drama. I expected something underhanded at every moment, ready to extend the story, but it was relatively free of “just because” moments. One massive thing that wasn’t addressed however was the odd binding on Myron’s chest. WHAT WAS IT FOR?!

This was a nice world, men were married to men and women were married to women, a little more world information is always nice however. I liked how the main characters were with each other, they existed well together even when they first met. It felt like they were going to have a good relationship together, it wasn’t rushed and they took their time about it. They talked to each other which was nice too. I think this is a stand alone, but I wouldn’t mind reading more. Of their relationship, the world, I don’t mind.

When looking the book up, I discovered I’ve previously read a book by this author as I enjoyed that one too, I’ll likely read more in the future.



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