The Stable Boy

Rated 3.50/5 based on 4 reviews
On a journey to meet his fiancé and begin wedding preparations, Prince Diggory is betrayed by his bodyguard, who intends to steal Diggory's life. Left for dead in a river, the last thing Diggory expects is to live.

But surviving is only half the battle, and Diggory will have to figure out how to work around the constraints of a terrible curse if he hopes to stop the man who betrayed him. More
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About Megan Derr

Megan grew up a military brat and traveled extensively with her family. She is now firmly settled in Ohio, with two roommates and their five cats. She has always been book obsessed, and writing obsessed since she first gave it a whirl in college. Romance and fantasy are her primary obsessions, but she’s game to write just about anything and enjoys a challenge. She is a sucker for stories of enemies becoming lovers. When not writing, Megan is drinking too much coffee, reading still more books, and harassing family and friends, or otherwise doing whatever possible to avoid editing.

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Review by: Sadie S. Forsythe on July 1, 2013 :
A sweet little romance that I generally enjoyed. I did think the dialogue got a little stiff sometimes, though it wasn't all that often. The HEA was nice, but it did wrap up far far too easily. The prince just took Diggory's word for it and the king just took the prince's. No questions asked. That didn't strike me as particularly believable. Be that as it may, it was a nice feel good read.
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Review by: TMS on Feb. 6, 2013 :
There are a few things
things I didnt like,technical and non technical,within the following bodies;setting, characterization,diction, and scope.
But I liked the story,and enjoyed reading it,which is what its all about.
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Review by: SonnyGoten Press on Jan. 24, 2013 :
Nice story, I liked reading about the adventures the main character went through. However, some of the things he and the bad guy did were not well thought out, I thought they both could have been a little smarter to make things a bit edgier. Nice and fluffy ending. The story could have used and editor, but since it's free, I won't dock points for that.
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Review by: hrhsophia on Jan. 18, 2013 :
Silly and sweet
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