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Prince of the Wind
by Charlotte Boyett-Compo   

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Category: 

Fantasy

Publisher:  Amber Quill Press ISBN-10:  1592799949 Type: 
Pages: 

142

Copyright:  Oct 1 2002
Fiction

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Riain Cree, handsome young prince of Chale, has caught the eye of Suzanna de Viennes, a woman old enough to be his mother. Despite her every effort, he will never return the wild affections of the witch.

Suzanna vows to let nothing come between her and the man she has staked claim to as her own. With the help of the demon Raphian, the Destroyer of Men's Souls, she intends to bring Riain to her and keep him there forever even if it means taking his life in the bargain.

Maeve, a mysterious sorceress who has fallen deeply in love with the young prince, has saved Riain's life many times over. Will she be able to keep him out of Suzanna's clutches or will she lose him to the dark forces of the Abyss?

An intriguing tale of obsession, lust, and love striving to break free of an evil intent on crushing it.

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Score: 8 out of 10

Having read a large number of fantasy stores written by a wide variety of authors I began to wonder if any author was capable of writing a decent prologue. Time after time I found myself reading prologues and hoping that the main story would improve - luckily, in most cases it did! Charlotte Boyett-Compo is an exception to this rule. From word one, Prince of the Wind a beautifully written and enthralling. The prologue correctly acts as a "teaser", inviting the reader to venture further into the novel to find out just what happened next.

Unlike many fantasy stories, Boyett-Compo's stories are far from predictable. She does not guarantee that the hero and heroine will stroll off, hand-in-hand, into the sunset. People die. People lose everything. The bad guy doesn't wear a black hat and this is why I have become such a fan of her work. As I have said before, I have a rather short list of authors who get me excited when I have a new book to read. Charlee is most definitely on this list.




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