Lady Sibella of Atvale has been leader of the keep since her evil father died several months before. There are many problems in Atvale, including the fact that a curse from a witch keeps children from being born. Sibella is determined to find a cure to the curse, however, and repopulate the lands her father helped to destroy.
Prince Hector has been sent to the Atvale by his father, King Thurman. He is determined, as is Sibella, to make things right again. When the witch appears to tell him Sibella's father stole an amulet from here, and the lands won't be restored until it is returned, he launches an all-out search for the hidden object.
But Hector has more on his mind that that. He has to woo Sibella, and teach her that that not all men are evil. To do that he must walk a fine line between discipline and compassion. Only those two things will win Sibella's heart, and help them find peace together.
This is one story that I felt the plot could have been better developed... The actual premise of the story is great (which is why I read the book in the first place) but I felt that the story could have been threshed out more and the characters could have had more depth. Though it had a good HEA
It was an ok read and had lots of spanking but I would have preferred more romance. I think if the story was longer, and the characters had more development, I would give it more stars.
I read this book a few years back and didn't really enjoy it again. To be fair I tried to read it again before submitting a review but I couldn't get past the first chaptre. The story needs more development and thought. I think the concept could be good but the author needs much, much more than what is provided.
a short book.nicely done but it could have had more to it.
Aweome story lots of romance easy to follow plot A must read if you like romance and a male who can handle a brat when needed
Interesting, enjoyable storyline. I appreciated the hero's patience with the heroine, and would enjoy reading more stories about this world.
I disagree with the reviews. I found this story to be shallow and unbelievable. Sibella experiences a lifetime of horrible experiences from her father towards women, yet she quickly trusts Prince Hector?! A mystery, that all but destroys the country, is solved by asking one question?! A dead nation is turned fruitful and thriving, unfulfilled women are all loved and also fruitfall and all this is accomplished in a week and only 21,500 words?! Yes, the premise was good, but it read as if it was just thrown together in a night. This author is so much better than this in my opinion.
This book was interesting and the characters good. It was more of a spanking novel than a spanking romance novel but it was still a good read.
A nice short story with some depth. A hero, a damsell in need, a dead king/mean guy, a witch who laid a curse on the kingdom. Well done on how they go about trying to fix their childless kingdom and discover each other in the process.
Good story for a great price!