Prince in the Mist

Adult
Rated 4.90/5 based on 10 reviews
Fact one: By tradition and treaty, Fae do not interfere with the human world—it is against the rules.

Fact two: For a Royal Fae prince who suffers from the ennui of immortality, watching and interacting with humans—especially lovely, spirited human females—can be entertaining.

Fact three: When entertainment changes to affection, and affection becomes love, rules will be broken. More
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Words: 43,060
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466063686
About Claudy Conn

Claudy Conn is a multi published author who got her start with her bestselling historical/regency romances.
She tells us that she fell in love with the fantasy/paranormal genre and created a world of paranormal, she hopes you will enjoy.
Prolific, she has also rewritten a few of her regencies to 'spice' them up from 'sweet to hot'.
She hopes you will read and enjoy and join her on her facebook where she loves to interact with her readers.
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Reviews

Review by: hrhsophia on Dec. 10, 2012 :
Love love love Breslyn, hope he finds his soul mate and she is human!
(review of free book)

Review by: michelle mcmichael on Nov. 16, 2012 :
Oh my... My heart really broke for Breslyn in this novella. He really caught my attention in Spellbound so when I saw there was novella's dedicated purely to him I jumped at the chance to get them. I can't wait to read the rest of them and get to know him better. So far 'm loving what I read!
(review of free book)

Review by: Jutzie on Aug. 26, 2012 :
Prince in the Mist by Claudy Conn
Prince Breslyn’s Memoirs
Royal Fae Prince Breslyn of the Tuatha De Danaan, Royal House of Dagda, has decided to write his memoirs by the urging of his wife, Ete. He begins his tale in 1314, where he once again goes against the rules of Fae to interfere in the human world….boredom you know. He is a part of a waging war, siding with Robert the Bruce of Scotland against the Brits. He is part of the MacClean’s life, Storm and his sister Chartelle along with Alexis of Waverly. He falls in love with the beautiful Chartelle and her young son John, even though she is married at the time. And a human.

This tale covers about twenty years or so, human years, a novella. For Breslyn that is but a blink of the eye. Several stories are happening such as the war, Alexis's story, traitors, kidnappers and more. The Legend Series has Breslyn popping in and out of the stories, vying for the human women’s attention at times and usually breaking the Fae laws. This book comes after the five Legend books and looks back over some of his past dealings with the humans. Prince Prelude continues Breslyn’s tale five hundred years later in 1814.
**Sexual situations and language
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(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Gayle on Aug. 06, 2012 :
Well, we had a quick glimpse into our Fae Prince of Dagda (Breslyn)and his antics in 'Prince-Prelude', but we get to know him much better in this short story "Prince in the Mist" and what a naughty boy he is. This story is part of the Legend series by Claudy Conn, which delves more into his life and the love of his first human,Chartelle.

I absolutely loved this short story of our very hot, handsome, naughty and mischievous Prince. Although it was a short story it was not rushed and was so well written it felt to me I was like reading a full book.

The love scenes between our hero and heroine are smoking hot and the story will bring tears to your eyes as the love story progresses between Breslyn and Chartelle.

I cannot wait to delve into the next issue is this amazing series.

Thank you once again, Claudy for another awesome story.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Lovetiggi's Book Reviews on July 22, 2012 :
ARC for Review!! Claudy Conn has done it again! The world is chockful of romance, betrayal, action and more. Perfectly paced making for a easy read. The main characters are awesome making it a wonderful read, even the supporting characters have their own story within. This short story really gives a deeper look into Breslyn and the mischievousness his character can be.

In Prince in the Mist we find Breslyn, a tall, gorgeous Royal Fae Prince going against the grain of the Fae laws. He is captivated by the lovely human, Chartelle at first sight and rules be damned. He is compassionate, yet, brutal when situations call for it.

Chartelle, is a young woman with a problematic life of her own, yet, she cannot nor does not want to stay away from Breslyn. Thus the lovin' begins.

I recommend this erotic short for the 18+ readers who like erotic Fae reads.

5 out of 5 Hearts
Lovetiggi's Book Reviews
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Heather Alexander on July 21, 2012 :
I was given this book in return for an honest review. Wow, this book packed a lot of punch for a novella. This is a story of Fae prince Breslyn from his perspective. Breslyn meats and falls for human, Chartelle, whose brother, Storm is due to be the next Druid Priest. They are in the middle of a war against the Brits and Bres is to be a guardian to Storm. Chartelle is already married and has a son with a pedophile whom she loathes and who is also a traitor to the Scots. Breslyn has to find a way to get rid of her husband, among others, without breaking Seelie laws by killing a human. He has a lot to do, protecting Storm and the girl he is falling for and trying to figure out how to be with the married Chartelle and still do his duty in Fae. I actually cried reading this novella. Wonderful.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Heather Alexander on July 21, 2012 :
I was given this book in return for an honest review. Wow, this book packed a lot of punch for a novella. This is a story of Fae prince Breslyn from his perspective. Breslyn meats and falls for human, Chartelle, whose brother, Storm is due to be the next Druid Priest. They are in the middle of a war against the Brits and Bres is to be a guardian to Storm. Chartelle is already married and has a son with a pedophile whom she loathes and who is also a traitor to the Scots. Breslyn has to find a way to get rid of her husband, among others, without breaking Seelie laws by killing a human. He has a lot to do, protecting Storm and the girl he is falling for and trying to figure out how to be with the married Chartelle and still do his duty in Fae. I actually cried reading this novella. Wonderful.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Laura Young on July 21, 2012 :
My thoughts: The first word I saw when I started to read this was, Breslyn. He has always been a favorite character of mine, so this story was an excellent read. Even the side characters had a deep story that pulled me in.

The Review:
We have Breslyn the Fae prince, and we get to meet his first human love. Going more into his head we get to see the wickedness of him to. Chartelle is the female, or Breslyn’s female in this story. She’s the human who bring out the other personality in him. Then Claudy was able to have the secondary characters merge and create a story. Alexis and Storm both see each other once and the hidden secrets make them weary of the other. Their story is love at first site. Their fire lit up the book even as they argued with the other, until finally their fire turns into a passion of love.
This short romance is a wonderful development of our princes earlier life that we don’t get to know in the longer novels of this series.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Aus Tex Natalie on Dec. 31, 2011 :
This was a good novella, enough to make me want to read some of the related longer novels.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Vonnie Faroqui on Dec. 27, 2011 :
Sweet Satisfaction

It happens. Once in a great while a character is born into literature that is so richly interesting one simply can't get enough of him. In the world of romance novels, Breslyn, Fae Prince of Dagda, is one such character. Introduced to us first through Claudy Conn's Legend series, Breslyn quickly became a character that enlivened interest and inspired fantasy beyond his intended role in the overall series. With Puckish mischief he disregards the rules of human-Fae engagement to tickle and tease Claudy's heroines and readers temptingly. We are intrigued by his interest in us, intrigued that for him we are more than a mad distraction or passing fancy. He is loyal but rebellious, a warrior who loves humans enough to risk his queen's disfavor by entangling himself in their lives and struggles. If you, like I, have fantasized about being seduced by this golden Fae you will not be disappointed. Claudy satisfies her fans' deepest desires to experience more of one of her most beloved heroes by taking us back in time to explore and discover Breslyn's early heroic and romantic exploits.

In 'Prince In The Mists,' Claudy gives us not one but two romances, set in the era of English-Scotland conflict, before the tides of history turned in favor of Robert de Bruce and his Scotsmen. Breslyn digs himself right into the thick of things, aiding the Scottish by bringing the Knights Templar -guardians of many sacred Fae hallows, and Robert de Bruce together against the British.

Claudy opens the novella with the romance of Breslyn and Chartelle -Lady Dumfires. Political scheming, spies and ne'r-do-wells, add spice and intrigue to their passion. Stricken by her beauty and gentle nature, Breslyn sets out to free Chartelle from a marriage of convenience to the traitor Francis Bothe -Laird Dumfries. Trapped in a loveless marriage, Chartelle finds a champion and lover in Breslyn's strong arms. Can Breslyn free Chartelle and stop Bothe's traitorous machinations, without ruining her life, or breaking any of the Fae laws governing interference in human destiny? Claudy's scenes of passion between these two are enough to make your toes curl, but it is her gentle touch on the strings of your heart that will satisfy you long after the story has ended.

Also woven through the mists is the romance of Breslyn's friend and Chartelle's brother, the Druid Priest and Laird of Belfor, Storm MacLean. Alexis of Waverly has come in disguise seeking refuge at Belfor. Keeper of secrets and a possible spy, Alexis poses a double problem for Storm. Her father has been murdered and her lands confiscated by the British sympathizer, Lord Comyn. Storm is torn between suspicion that she may be a plant of his enemies and the burning need to make her his own. Alexis is everything the young Scottish Laird would have in a companion and in his bed. If only he could trust her, but his instincts tell him she is keeping secrets. Whether these secrets are her own or those of another he does not know. It only matters that she is his heart's burning desire.

Claudy's knowledge of the era, lore and history give this novel a depth of color and excitement that is undeniable. Prepare to be swept away.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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