Bound (The Princes, Book 1)

Bound The Princes Book Prince Mathis wants nothing but peace for his kingdom while his brother Prince Talin is determined to align his own realm with their family s sworn enemy Mathis will be damned before he witnesses t

  • Title: Bound (The Princes, Book 1)
  • Author: Robin Danner
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 176
  • Format: None
  • Prince Mathis wants nothing but peace for his kingdom, while his brother, Prince Talin, is determined to align his own realm with their family s sworn enemy Mathis will be damned before he witnesses the ceremony binding his brother to the daughter of their father s murderer Talin s most trusted captain, Nadia d Arcy, is ordered to abduct Mathis and bring him by force toPrince Mathis wants nothing but peace for his kingdom, while his brother, Prince Talin, is determined to align his own realm with their family s sworn enemy Mathis will be damned before he witnesses the ceremony binding his brother to the daughter of their father s murderer Talin s most trusted captain, Nadia d Arcy, is ordered to abduct Mathis and bring him by force to Noventia for the wedding, a marriage that s not what it seems to be Mathis and Nadia s mutual attraction tests both the captain s loyalty to her prince and Mathis already worn patience As a rebellion threatens all they hold dear, Nadia must choose between the life she s always known or surrender to the handsome prince who is determined to make her his.

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    1. I get totally swept away with Robin Danner's Princes books. She takes her readers to a faraway kingdom where one can escape with palace intrigue, dashing princes and where a feisty heroine can kick ass as a capable soldier. This is a quick, fun read and I enjoyed it very much.

    2. When I finished this story I was bummed. I wanted a much longer book. This obviously means I was enjoying it. I like Robin's voice. It was a breezy read with hijinks that kept me giggling throughout the entire thing. I also really loved and appreciated that Nadia is not the typical historical heroine, or typical heroine at all. For me she was the shining light of this book. I love strong heroines but my pet peeve with them is they tend to get written too prideful, to the point where I just want [...]

    3. The Princes Bound is an intriguing role reversal romance. The heroine, Nadia, isn’t your typical female. She is a Captain of the Prince’s army and has spent her life learning to fight and protect her country. Her Prince knows he can rely on her abilities so she is chosen for a very special assignment: bring the Prince’s brother to the capital for the royal wedding of Prince Talin.Nadia succeeds in her mission but she is also forced to deal with the intense attraction she feels towards Prin [...]

    4. It only took me about four hours to finish this novella. It kept me turning pages. Nadia is an appealing heroine. Strong and gutsy, she's a Captain in the Noventian Army, the only army in this mythical country that allows women to serve. She grew up with Prince Mathis and Prince Talin. As the book opens, Prince Mathis, who rules the neighboring kingdom of Isidor, refuses to come to Talin's wedding since he disapproves of Talin's bride. Talin sends Nadia and a band of soldiers to force his brothe [...]

    5. This is a fast-paced historical romance that I finished in one sitting. I was quickly pulled into the story and was disappointing when it ended. This could have been a much longer story. I will be reading more of Robin Danner's Princes series. I love strong heroines and Nadia made this book shine, in my opinion. A princess who is captain in the army? Loved it!The pages are filled with action, intrigue, and of course romance.

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