Wendy L. Anderson tells a tale of a prince who has hit rock bottom and then soars as high as the tallest mountain.
- Title: Of Demon Kind
- Author: Wendy L. Anderson
- Publisher: Infinity Publishing on November 14, 2016
- Genre: Fantasy
- Pages: 201
- Rating: 5/5
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Prince Lorn of Jior is what’s left of an evil empire. King Kullorn was the epitome of evil. Together they led demon hordes reaping death and destruction. Kullorn is killed, leaving Lorn alone to wallow in the desolation of defeat. Years later, Lorn is accused of following in his father’s footsteps and kidnapping Princess Lililaira. Risking capture, imprisonment and death Lorn attempts to learn who is using his name to start another war. During a rescue of the Princess, Lorn is badly wounded and they must fight to remain together as he is healed by her, body, heart and soul.Goodreads
My Review of Wendy L. Anderson’s, Of Demon Kind:
Prince Lorn is a rotted out, the bottom of the barrel, hermit who wants nothing more than to drown his sorrows in a cask of wine until the end finally comes for him. Until he discovered that there are ravagers who are spreading lies about him and his kingdom. He sets out to set the record straight and finds the love of his life along the way.
This novel is a wonderful mix of romance and fantasy. I want nothing more than to have Prince Lorn wrap me up in his wings and fly me off to a cave far away from civilization. He is handsome, but he can be a bit of a jerk at times. Princess Lily, on the other hand, is the essence of contentment. Until she is forced to use her powers to save herself and Prince Lorn.
Wendy has written a tale that I want to be a part of. I want to be there with them and live in the world of Jior. The way Anderson describes the cave, the mountains, the woods, and the castle itself all make me want to jump in the story and add my own storyline.
Unfortunately, Wendy has done the one thing that I hate more than anything in my reading. She has left a giant cliffhanger. I hope this means that there will be more to Prince Lorn’s story, but at the same time, I hate to be left wanting! Of course, this is my own pet peeve, and the story is excellent, so don’t let my foibles dissuade you from reading.
I award Of Demon Kind a full 5 out of 5 stars. Any book that has the power to sweep me into the story deserves no less. I recommend Of Demon Kind to anyone who likes to mix a bit of fantasy in with their romance.
Many thanks to the author and Shannon from Reads and Reels for providing me a copy of Wendy L. Anderson’s, Of Demon Kind in exchange for an honest review.