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CHARACTERS The Autumn Prince

Forced to cross an elf infested forest on the worst night possible Eaves Sheridan's journey grows deadly when he comes across Tiernan the Autumn prince Injured drugged and furious the freshly rescued elf prince is determined to find out just who Eav. We all have hungers my beautiful Hungers that only someone strong enough can sate Ohhh I loved thisThis was so full of tension and confusing faerie magic that I just couldn t help but fall for itFrom the moment Eaves saved the mysterious prince and felt his heartbeat everything was going to hell and frankly speaking I lived for it LOLGosh I loved those two They had such an awesome chemistry and I felt like I was in the middle of the story the faerie s actions confusing me at least as much as Eaves I felt drunk with him and I wanted him to be with Tiernan so badly that it hurt XD Even asleep the gorgeous elf seemed intent on having all of his attention very little of it appropriate for the situation He was ready to climb into the box with the prince and sink into his body wake him with kisses and caresses so consuming the prince would have no choice but to relent to his need The longing of Eaves was so palpable yet he still tried to get back on his way Not that he was all too successful lol But then again who could have resisted a temptation like Tiernan I certainly couldn t I mean a red haired faerie prince with golden eyes and an allure that is beyond your wildest imagination Yes please Where do I sign up This is my personal kryptonite Haha Like you Tiernan repeated No one is like you in that regard No heart that I have sensed in my many years among my people has ever been so loud or full of fire If there was one thing I didn t like about this story then it was the fact that it was so short and that Eaves flat out refused to notice what Tiernan was trying to tell him I mean how often do you have to tell a person that you desire him and that you want to make sweet sweet love and marry him after that XD Tiernan said it a few times and Eaves was just too stupid to believe it I mean are you kidding me A hot faerie prince wants to wed you SAY YES GOSH DAMNIT lolI don t think that this is considered to be a spoiler because I m pretty certain everyone who picks this up already knows that they ll end up together right Tiernan scowled taking a pace away only to turn back You really don t know anything And explaining it now is just extremely bothersome Except you think me some sort of cad and minutes ago far worse and having to defend myself to your many odd misunderstandings is havoc on me Especially when you look like that and and make me feel rather mad inside like I m losing my control Anyway I still enjoyed the story and even tough Eaves was super na ve and borderline ignorant he eventually got the message LMAO Guess they finally got their happily ever after in the end P

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The Autumn Prince

Es is and if the human is the true villain behind his abduction Eaves has been hiding from the fae that live in the forest around his village knowing if his secret is discovered they'll kill him With a Truthseer on the way and guards all around his. A very interesting premise and and uite an original lore should really have delivered something better than this After the first few suspenceful pages the author gradually loses control over her work the plot starting to running in circles and characters losing their edge The end result is very uneven but in the end disappointing

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Chances of escape are slim Tiernan is to be wed that very night and Eaves is left at a crossroads Return to the life he was certain he only ever wanted or give into the wildness he feels every time he hears the prince's heart beat wwwsadiesinsbooksc. This book is all style and no substance Beyond the glittering surface full of dark marvels and the bright colors of autumn sleekly evoked by a stylist with a sharp eye for sonorous epithets the story lags behind confusing and full of fits and starts as epitomized by the two main characters Both are so abruptly depicted their personality so evasively brushed in little touches never amounting to a full portrait or even a taste of what makes them tick beyond sex that one is hard pressed to derive much interest from this Barnum like show of monsters and creatures moving through the night with smoke than heat the descriptions are not Mrs Sins forte in this book due to their outlandishness and lack of cohesiveness in a nutshell sand without lime to uote Caligula s one liner on the style of Seneca as mediated by Suetonius only once or twice were I able to draw a mental picture of a beast with an important role in the plot and unfortunately the villain is not among those A piercing cry tore through the air the horses roaring towards him catching Eaves s scent and resisting the drumming whip urging them ever forward He turned his head to watch wondering if this black monstrosity of wood steel and horse flesh was going to be the fated thing that killed him Very likely he thought as he caught sight of the coachman It was a hooded wraith nearly intangible black gauze flowing around it as the wind rushed across the open seat There was only darkness where its face should be darkness and a feeling of terrible malevolence It was clearly something evil and Except the reins it held were firmly grasped in very solid looking hands tanned and long and very much elvenEaves had only moments to uestion just what he was looking at then the lead horse veered choosing to go around instead of through his muscular form He watched with breath caught as the horses reached him their dark eyes rolling wildly sweat glistening off their black coats and hot body heat wafting towards him as the giant creatures passed him by six in all The carriage was next and Eaves focused not on the driver but his very peculiar hands holding himself still from the wish to flinch as he felt the wooden coach very much the same way he had the living horses the smell of paint cold wood grease metal and silk all swirling by him to mix with the taste of pine and dirt of the road flying up around them We do not even are allowed to know when the story takes place what Eaves internal monologue reveals about his reasons for crossing this specific forest on that very night does not exhibit a modern vibe though it could well be a contemporary occurrence The entire story is on the same line unexplained things keep happening with no obvious logic and as in Lewis Carroll s Alice the bewildered reader has to parse the narrative thread that never stops bouncing away though here it is not so much subtle or elusive than absent Finally there are too many elements or events that I could make neither head nor tail of beginning with the kidnapped prince s seclusion into a travel truck


10 thoughts on “The Autumn Prince

  1. says:

    ”We all have hungers my beautiful Hungers that only someone strong enough can sate”Ohhh I loved thisThis was so full of

  2. says:

    OK gonna keep this on the short side not because I didn't love this but like it was overwhelming This story started out like a fairly typical fairytale ya know handsome mysterious main character risks life to save a young innocent fox OK immediately thereafter he rescues the Autumn Prince heals and revives him cue various

  3. says:

    ⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱Umm no⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱ The book centers around view spoilera high blood halfling human and elf born at the cusp of two sea

  4. says:

    okay this is definitely my favourite sadie sins so far but apparently fantasy isn't really her thing so she's not going to write something like this again HSHDAJDAHDHA i love DEATH

  5. says:

    What happened to that story which started uite fine promising some gothic themed high fantasy A being not completely human needs to

  6. says:

    A very interesting premise and and uite an original lore should really have delivered something better than this After the first few suspenceful pages the author gradually loses control over her work the plot starting to running in circles and characters losing their edge The end result is very uneven but in the end disapp

  7. says:

    I loved this book It's a shame the story wasn't any longer I feel that there could be much explored throughout the book and

  8. says:

    Very nicely done A totally different take on Elves I always appreciate it when an author is creative with her world building Not the typical always calm and serene elves instead they had fire passion prejudice and acceptance Well worth the read

  9. says:

    This book is all style and no substance Beyond the glittering surface full of dark marvels and the bright colors of autumn sleekly evoked by a stylist with a sharp eye for sonorous epithets the story lags behind confusing and full of fits and starts as epitomized by the two main characters Both are so abruptly depicted their personality so evasively brushed in little touches never amounting to a full portrait or even a taste of what make

  10. says:

    Original review on Molly LollyThree and a half starsThis story started off amazingly It was a fabulous fantasy story with a well developed world There was thought put into how things worked and the rules of the societies involved I was falling in love with the book pretty uickly You could tell Eaves and Tiernan were headed for romance but the buildup was amazing I was on the fence about everyone purposefully leaving Eaves in the dark about