The Serpent Prince

The Serpent Prince

Book - 2007
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Publisher: New York : Warner Forever ; London : Little, Brown [distributor], 2007
ISBN: 9781455513598
9780446400534
044640053X
Branch Call Number: ROMANCE HOYT ELIZABE
Characteristics: 362 p. ; 17 cm

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janvi8
Mar 25, 2019

I've read better Elizabeth Hoyt before. The book got boring after a bit.

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nidofito
Dec 16, 2015

This is what I'm talking about. This is the Hoyt I remember and love.

After the disappointing two books from the Princes trilogy, I was not hoping for much from its finale. But I had a gut feeling that this one might be different. I felt it when I read the blurb and I'm glad to say that I was right.

Simon's inner conflict and the cute romance between the H/h really made me enjoy the book.

And omg, thank God Hoyt was finally able to incorporate the prince's fairytale properly into the story.

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imajpm
Oct 17, 2012

Not up to Hoyt's usual standard. Couldn't finish this book.. The beginning was ok but Lucy had about as much personality as a cardboard box. No man real or imagined would spend more than 5 minutes with her.Simon wasn't much better.

Seemed very rushed and undeveloped with no chemistry between the leading characters. Hot sex with no chemistry is pretty much unreadable.

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