Book review: The prince’s prisoner


When not writing,Klarissa can be found in bed poring over a great new release, or reluctantly walking her demanding dogs who pretty much run the house.

She is the writer, Isla Jones. Isla uses the pen-name Klarissa for fantasy, while using Isla Jones for her darker, grittier horror works to help separate the styles and genres for her readers.

A dark fae prince. A stolen human girl.
And an unwanted marriage.
Not all beasts can be redeemed…

Callie doesn’t believe in fairy tales. Too bad they believe in her.
The fae whisk Callie and her friend off to be prisoners of an eternal dance. But Callie is stolen again.
Maybe the eternal dance wasn’t so bad after all…
A lethal fae has taken her as his unwilling bride, and she has to balance between life and death in his castle, while finding a way out of the dangerous fae realm. Only, she’s playing games with the Prince of War.
The Prince learns just how far Callie will go to save her friend from a lifetime of torture—and just what she will do to save herself from his clutches.
Callie must escape the wicked prince before she turns from prisoner to prey. But as the prince himself tells her, ‘Sacrifice is no noble thing in the fae realm.
Everything in the fae realm comes at a price…

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I really liked reading this book,I love “Beauty and the Beast” and the fact that this is a retelling is just making it more intriguing for me. I liked the author’s writing style, how she managed to make this book quite different from the original story (even though it’s a retelling). I haven’t read the first book in this series but I’ll be sure to check it out soon enough.

Reading this book was quite refreshing,really cool, quick and may I say sweet.It’s something I would love to reread someday and I would love to recommend to other people to read starting with my sister!

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