Review: Prince Claimed (The Thresl Chronicles #2) by Amber Kell

August 6, 2013 Review 0

Review: Prince Claimed (The Thresl Chronicles #2) by Amber Kell

Book two in The Thresl Chronicles Series.

When fate spins two lives into turmoil, rising above their issues may be the only way to find true love.

Prince Bleine always had female mates before. As a Thresl he’d never been given a choice. The animal within chose who it chose. However when his brother-in-law Kreslan mates Bleine to a man in order to save his life, Bleine quickly learns to adapt and that what he's always thought he wanted isn’t exactly what he needs.

Sarler left his home planet to escape their restrictive ways. Interested in pursuing his interest in men, he had been unsure how to start. When he is inadvertently bonded to Prince Bleine, he is struck by how little he understands about handsome princes or life at court.

Secrets and mysteries surround them. Can they discover everything about each other while keeping their enemies at bay? When Sarler is injured, he realises he has to take a chance if he ever hopes to find love with the prince of his dreams. Can he convince Bleine that he sincerely wants to give their relationship a try, or has he waited until it’s too late?

Title: Prince Claimed
Author: Amber Kell
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Politician Won, Unconventional In Atlanta , Bonded Broken, The Case of the Dragon's Dilemma
Series: Thresl Chronicles
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Politician Won, Bonded Broken, Saint Returns
Published by Total-e-Bound Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: April 22, 2013
Genres: Male Male Romance, Sci Fi Romance
Pages: 88
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Stars: two-stars

There is something I see happen on occasion in romances that involves bond mates, destined mates, or where there is something other than just true love at play. That something happened in the pages of Prince Claimed and it stole my romance. Bleine and Sarler became bond mates in the previous book. Both being straight men I just knew there would be an amazing love story with their book. They were going to have to find a way to their happily ever after. They would have struggles to overcome as a bonded pair of essentially strangers. These were things I was looking forward to. I was greatly disappointed. The bond solved all the potential issues. I need a little romance with insta-mate.

There were some advancements made within the world. Bleine and Vohne are researching the Theslan history, prophecies, and translated journals from a powerful seer. As with all prophecies they have vague hints to possible occurrences. There is still some turmoil that Vohne must settle. I have to admit this was the portion of the book that I found most fascinating. I especially enjoyed what Bleine found while on an expedition trip. I also hope to see more of that in the next book.

I do plan to continue reading Amber Kell’s Thresl Chronicles. I’ve enjoyed the world and how it works. I’m also curious where several things are going. The new things that were introduced in this installment of the series has me very curious.

Amber Kell

                

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