Saturday, October 19, 2013
Reviewing Two Thresl Chronicle Books
Soldier Mine (The Thresl Chronicles #1)by Amber Kell 4*
BLURB: When Kreslan is attacked in the cargo hold he bonds with a shapeshifting beast who turns out to be the reincarnated leader of an entire planet. Will Kreslan be willing to give up an ordinary man to partner with an extraordinary creature who just happens to hold Kres' heart in his possessive claws?
My Review: A unique and exciting new series for me. I loved the main characters as well as the intrigue in this story. This is exactly what I have come to expect from an Amber Kell story. Great characters and an interesting storyline with lovely depth to the relationships.
Prince Claimed (The Thresl Chronicles #2)by Amber Kell 4*
BLURB:Book two in The Thresl Chronicles Series.
When fate spins two lives into turmoil, rising above their issues may be the only way to find true love.
Prince Bleine always had female mates before. As a Thresl he’d never been given a choice. The animal within chose who it chose. However when his brother-in-law Kreslan mates Bleine to a man in order to save his life, Bleine quickly learns to adapt and that what he's always thought he wanted isn’t exactly what he needs.
Sarler left his home planet to escape their restrictive ways. Interested in pursuing his interest in men, he had been unsure how to start. When he is inadvertently bonded to Prince Bleine, he is struck by how little he understands about handsome princes or life at court.
Secrets and mysteries surround them. Can they discover everything about each other while keeping their enemies at bay? When Sarler is injured, he realises he has to take a chance if he ever hopes to find love with the prince of his dreams. Can he convince Bleine that he sincerely wants to give their relationship a try, or has he waited until it’s too late?
My Review: I enjoyed this one as much as I did book One. We get to meet the characters from book one and follow the romance of the King's brother Bleine. We also get to meet some interesting new characters and have an even more intriguing storyline to follow. Overall this was up to Amber Kell's usual standards and has made me eager to get hold of the rest of the Thresl Chronicle stories