Dark Prince

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Forced into indentured servitude at an isolated Cornwall estate, Jane Heatherington must decide if her brooding new master, Aidan Warrick, is the dark prince of her dreams--or a heartless madman preying on the innocent. More

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About Eve Silver

National bestselling author Eve Silver has been praised for her “edgy, steamy, action-packed” books, darkly sexy heroes and take-charge heroines. Her work has garnered starred reviews from Publishers Weekly and Library Journal, plus two RT Book Reviews Reviewers’ Choice Awards, and in 2007 she received Library Journal’s Best Genre Fiction Award. The first book in Eve’s Otherkin/Sins series, Sins of the Heart, was recently nominated for the Romance Writers of America® RITA® Award. Eve lives with her husband, two sons, an energetic Airedale terrier and an exuberant border collie/shepherd.

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Review by: Ruckasaurus Rex on Oct. 3, 2014 :
This review is for Eve Silver’s Dark Prince, a historical romance with dark undertones that fit well into the two previous Dark series books that she published. The setting is Cornwall in the 19th century, and you will find Silver’s description of the English coast to be very on-point, from the penetrating rain to the rustic beauty. The author also delves into the deliciously dangerous pastime of pirating, smuggling, and even wrecking which were very well known dangers at that point in history. Throughout the story readers are presented with the very worst of humanity, and a light of hope in the dark. Eve Silver spins a tale of tortured hero and heroine, fighting for redemption of a dark hero while holding out hope that love will triumph.

An innkeeper’s daughter, Jane seems to fight her more base instincts initially but once she settles more into her own skin and accepts her emotions as the tools that they are, she begins to shine. Aidan descends upon Jane’s quiet village and wrests her from her father in exchange for forgiving a large debt. By all rights, Jane expects to hate and fear this dark and handsome man who has forced her into indentured servitude, but the emotions he inspires are much more dangerous than dislike. At around 350 pages, this story is good for an extended read over the course of a trip and it is excellent to read before bedtime…if you can put it down. I read it several years ago, and re-read it this month to find it just as sweet as the first time.


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(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
Review by: Margaret Olkonen on Oct. 2, 2014 :
It gets 6 stars! :)
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
Review by: Margaret Olkonen on Oct. 2, 2014 : (no rating)
A GREAT read. The characters are interesting. The story flows wonderfully.
Jane and Aidan are so different but so much alike. This book is definitely worth your time !
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
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