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Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Review - The Prince's Bride by Ciar Cullen
Title: The Prince’s Bride
Author: Ciar Cullen
Publisher: Loose Id
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Rating: You Need To Read
Sexy young knight Sir Geoffrey's holy vision of the True Cross sends him questing after a virgin, a unicorn, a sacred scroll, and a cursed island. Rita is a plump, poor peasant who speaks with the finder of lost things, St. Anthony. She hasn't been a virgin for quite a while, so she's thrilled to win the hand of Sir Geoffrey, and more so since Geoff delights in introducing her to his sexual peccadilloes, including a generous night of brotherly sharing.
It comes as a shock to learn that Geoff's vision includes his own martyrdom! Is Geoffrey's vision the result of insanity, or is St. Anthony leading him to something priceless? Only Rita has the power to save her husband, with some help from her heavenly friends.
This is a historical romance peppered with witty exchanges between the characters. I liked that Rita is not your typical lady but instead one with outlandish comebacks that seem to delight not incite the recipients. The reader is led along a merry path of adventure that is never boring or distracting. Ms. Cullen has created a world that seems full of promise for future stories which I intend to indulge in.