Wednesday, May 16, 2012

The Lynx Who Purred for a Sidhe Prince

Title: The Lynx Who Purred for a Sidhe Prince
Author: Scarlet Hyacinth
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand
Publisher URL: www.sirenbookstrand.com
ISBN/BIN: 1-61926-674-1
Genre: {M/M} Contemporary Paranormal Series
Rating: 3.5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Dragon Minx 

When he was a small child, Winter’s parents were murdered and his uncle took the throne. Winter’s a healer and he’s spent months living in the shifter world, gaining friends and an attraction to lynx shifter Corbin. When a problem arises with his uncle, the Sidhe king, the only thing that will solve it is a royal wedding and Winter suddenly finds himself preparing to marry Corbin. As much as he loves Corbin, Winter’s afraid. What if something happens to his new mate just like his parents? There’s so much going on that Winter doesn’t understand and he doesn’t trust his uncle. The future is uncertain and its possible Winter could end up dead. Will he survive? 

The Lynx Who Purred for a Sidhe Prince is the newest release in Scarlet Hyacinth’s Mate or Meal series. There’s a continuing storyline and returning characters in this series, so I recommend the books be read in order. 

I’m enjoying the complexity of this series and how the characters from the previous books and series are seamlessly integrated into the books. The ongoing storyline is progressing nicely, adding some interesting twists and turns as it goes along. With this book, we get the addition of the Sidhe court and even an Oracle. Who knows what other new Fae additions will come later. I can’t wait to find out.  

Corbin and Winter are a good pairing. With it we get some great details of Winter’s family history and the Sidhe court. And the vivid description of the royal wedding is very nicely done. But life isn’t smooth and Winter and Corbin must deal with an old problem that comes back to haunt them, as well as a new one to handle too, so look for those twists. The Half-Breed Who Found His Other Half is coming next. Watch for it.

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