Adair has agreed to give a relationship with Prince Mayne a try, but that doesn't mean she has to like it, especially when she finds out just how strict discipline really is in the palace. She's agreed to a one week trial with Mayne - and that means he has all husbandly rights, including spanking her bottom when she deserves it.
But just when she feels there might be a chance between her and Prince Mayne, she discovers that the whole thing has been a betrayal. While there's no love lost between Adair and her father, she can't stand by while he's betrayed and all the family lands are lost.
Or are things not as they seem...
I was very glad this book answered a lot of the questions from the first book, and didn't leave you hanging. However, there I still don't understand why he needed to rape her (or take her while she was drunk without her consent) from the first book. I would have to think she would be sore from the night before, but there was never any mention of this, and when they had sex the following night, you would think she would know she was no longer a virgin; so what was the purpose of that drunken night. She should be angry with him for that, more than anything else. I was going to give this another 3, but the writing is exceptionally good and i like the point the author is trying to make.
I really liked this story story very much... Adair is feisty and headstrong and stands up to everybody, but in the end she is willing to sacrifice herself for the man she loves, even if that man warms up her bottom!
Interesting enough that I would read other books in the series even if the HEA is fairly obvious.
This is the great 2nd half of the story started in The Rebel. The plot is intriguing and the various parts tie together well. The main character Adair has to deal with deception from her father, and how to save herself and the royal house. The ladies that befriend all have their own stories that are well developed. I strongly recommend this series.
This is the continuation sharon's The Rebel (I wouldnt say sequel because you have to read the first to make any sense of this one). Overall, I enjoyed the story line and plot. Mystery, romance, intrigue, this book has it all. I enjoyed the main characters and how their love developed slowly, over the course of the book, not in one page.
A wonderful story of a intelligent, stubborn woman born in a time when being a woman meant you were just property to your family and husband. That does not stop Adair from expressing her thoughts and getting her friends to do the same. There are many twists and turns making this a very enjoyable story.
This is the completion of the book The Rebel in which Adair and Mayne discover their love for each other. The assassination attempts continue; the question now is who are they trying to kill
This book is an excellent book. You must read the The Rebel first. You will love this book.
This was a great storyline!!
Sharon Green is 1 of my favorite authors. these 2 books however needed to be 1 book not 2. Sharon does a wonderful job otherwise i have loved her since i first found her with mind guest her dana santee novel i'm prob. spelling that wrong.
I haven't read the first part of this story, but I have enjoyed the second. It's well written. I was empathetic with Adair. She was so torn between her upbringing and her present situation. Prince Mayne showed understanding and intelligence in his handling of Adair. The plot was well maintained. Good read all around.
This is a sequel to The Rebel, I enjoyed this book but I had hoped that it would deal more with Adair and Mayne than it did. I wanted a more in-depth romance than we got. Still - if you liked The Rebel you will want to get this book
I quickly purchased the sequel to The Rebel, hoping for more build up and romance between Mayne and Adair. While the continuation of the plot was very good, I was somewhat disappointed in the rest. Again, there was too little time spent with the main characters - I found myself bored with all of the discussions between the brothers and the king. And again, very few spankings with the main characters. I'm glad they found their HEA, and was happy to see the brothers stay up to their father finally.
Even the sequel to the Rebel is enthralling, a good mix of mystery novel and romantic novel.
This was the sequel to The Rebel, and it was every bit as wonderful! In fact, it simply continues the book, which is a great, well thought out, historical story! I really can't say enough good things about both of these books. You simply can't read one w/o the other. They were excellent and Sharon Green should write a whole lot more of them!
well written great plot lots of romance and Bratting
Good story line, when you read the book you get caught up in the story reading what the characters like and doing. Once or twice I cheered when the princess got spanked, she was such a good brat
This is the sequel to The Rebel and in his book you find out how things finally turn out. The plot is very good and again the characters are well written. Could have used a few more spankings but overall was very good.
Part two of The Rebel. Good story line with well developed characters. Not a lot of spanking.