A Midwinter Prince

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
A coming-of-age romance unfolds between young men from different worlds - wealthy Laurie and an illegal immigrant, Sasha - on the wintry streets of London. More

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About Harper Fox

Harper Fox is the author of many critically acclaimed M/M Romance novels, including Stonewall Book Award-nominated Scrap Metal and Brothers Of The Wild North Sea, Publishers Weekly Best Book 2013. Her novels and novellas are powerfully sensual, with a dynamic of strongly developed characters finding love and a forever future – after an appropriate degree of turmoil. She loves to show the romance implicit in everyday life, and she writes a sharp action scene too.

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Review by: Kira Delaney on Nov. 28, 2014 :
Harper's writing is so smart and beautiful, this story is fantastic.
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
Review by: Ingela Bohm on March 30, 2014 :
I'm beginning this review a third into the book, because I have to get this off my chest. I don't want to give away even a small part of the plot, but God, the scene I'm reading... This is EXACTLY what I want from a story! Like a personalized Christmas present in March. I actually have goosebumps. This woman is reading my mind.

24 hours later: whew. Well, what do I say? Yes, there are a few far-fetched plot elements, one or two confusing paragraphs where I wasn't sure what was going on, and a few moments where a little too much went on at the same time... But I just don't care! It was a great, great read, and the characters really grabbed me by the heart. Beautiful language, romance, and lovely descriptions of my favourite city. I will definitely be checking out more of this author's work.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Review by: KC Ker on Oct. 13, 2013 :
Beautiful. Just ... beautiful. A Midwinter Prince, struck a cord with me, not surprisingly because Harper's stories usually tend to do that to me. In this particular story, it was the coming out part, the way someone can be so entrapped by circumstances, yet fear the unknown should they decide to try and escape those circumstances. And that happiness doesn't come easy but a big part of it is choosing your own path and staying true to yourself, learn who to trust, know that you can choose your family.
It's such a romantic story. I can't wait to read The Lost Prince and be part of Laurie and Sasha's lives again.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
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