Prussia is a young, resilient and honest Chancellor now that she has left her life as a cashier behind. Her life was going nowhere until she met Prince Sebastian, a daring, loyal man with an unshakable dedication to keeping the Queen of vampires, his own grandmother, safe. Prussia takes an instant disliking to Sebastian and the dangerous and efficient ways he learned durinPrussia is a young, resilient and honest Chancellor now that she has left her life as a cashier behind. Her life was going nowhere until she met Prince Sebastian, a daring, loyal man with an unshakable dedication to keeping the Queen of vampires, his own grandmother, safe. Prussia takes an instant disliking to Sebastian and the dangerous and efficient ways he learned during his years in in exile but an arranged marriage for her safety was the only course of action according to Queen Victoria. However, when Queen Patricia's right hand, Jasper, ends up dead because of Prussia the panic of war begins to set in throughout the court. When Prussia realizes she’s in grave danger, the Prince takes charge with a plan to get them both on their honeymoon while ensuring the safety of the Queen but Prussia has doubts. Prussia begins to see the real possibility of having a happy life, though unconventional but hears every tick of the clock as time to get to safety slips through her fingers. But, the pressures of Prince's responsibility of fortifying the castle as Captain of the Royal Guard for the Queen leaves him blind to Prussia's growing affections and the urgency of her fears. As the beating of war drums begin faintly in the distance, Prussia is overwhelmed at being the only one to hear the warning. As Sebastian fortifies the castle while whispering assurances of safety, Prussia takes up a plot to finally escape the castle instead of waiting around for Queen Patricia’s left hand to find her, even if that means leaving without the Prince. Finally, when deadly Assassin Josephine of the enemy court gets wind of Jasper’s death, Prince Sebastian has to act fast or risk losing Prussia into the abyss of dungeons and torture forever. Time is running out and the stakes are higher than ever. Will they escape the war? If they do, will they be hunted to the ends of the earth? Will Prussia and Sebastian ever find the passionate love they deserve? Or will standing in the shadow of Queen Victoria’s war, as revenge comes calling for Prussia, end in tragedy?...
|Title||:||deadly lovers the prussia series 4|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||184 Pages|
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deadly lovers the prussia series 4 Reviews
"what the hell?" these were my exact words after reading the last page of Deadly Lovers. Perhaps, from all the Prussia stories I've read, Book 4 Deadly Lovers is my favorite because it is action packed and jaw-dropping and cliff-hanging. I couldn't help but as gasp as new events unfold, new characters appeared, new secrets are being revealed, a lot of blood spilled and even more throats got slashed in one sweeping motion. Lydia continued to mystify me with her compassionate gestures towards Prussia. The two feuding queens, Victoria and Patricia, had provided the side dish I crave for in a vampire story. Tommy, the only other human trapped in a castle full of vampires, was also my favorite. I wish I'd see and read more of him in the upcoming book (crossing my fingers for this!). I also have to mention Lydia, who had finally redeemed herself and earned my trust. Well, okay, I meant, Prussia & my trust.And Prussia, oh my gosh! Prussia transformed right before my eyes, from once innocent and cowardly human pet into a full-blown insane immortal vampire-human, the kind of character I expect to see from monster. A Vampyr!I really love how Karisha kept up the suspense all throughout the book. This one though is the biggest cliffhanger I have read in the series. I also notice that this book was told in first person, thus enable me to read all of Prussia's thoughts, desires and fears. Wonder why I haven't said anything about Sebastian from all the past reviews that I've written before? Well, I'm saving him for last. Because it seemed like Sebastian's future, fortune and misfortunes will finally be told on the last book in the series, Eternal Lovers. So you and I both just have to wait until I'm finished with the Prussia saga.
I, yet again, find myself confused. I feel like the "love" in this love story is more than forced and often forgotten about because it just isn't there. I love a good cliffhanger, but throwing in something that had not had any foreshadowing feels like an attempt to keep disengaged readers hoping for something to make sense and buy the next book. I have said this in every one of my reviews for this series, I really want to like them, but the inconsistent plot doesn't really build. Everything is told, not shown, and I'm always left wanting more.
Very good and suspenseful. Awesome new take on vampires and great characters. So happy that Prussia is starting go get a little bolder. But not happy about this cliff hanger! Lol