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Series: Mending the Rift #1
Published by Totally Bound Genres: Fantasy, MM
Reviewed by Lisa
Upon the death of the ruler of the Kingdom of Kari, Prince Rin became aware of his true worth. He was to become the property of the Kingdom of Jeda. King Merinej would enjoy Prince Rin as his latest acquisition.
The only way in which Prince Rin would agree to the awful proposal without fuss was a contract signed by King Merinej in which they would be formally married. At least Rin wouldn’t feel like a discarded whore once Merinej tired of him in the royal bedroom.
Ego made them believe the worst in each other before they ever met. But from the first introduction their feelings began to change. Both have much to learn from the other if they can avoid what everyone else is telling them.
Mending the Rift begins with a multitude of misconceptions in King’s Conquest where powerful enemies become forever lovers. Prince Rin has lead an insular life as a pawn whereas King Merinej knows how and when to wield power. Given a new start the two find a way to embrace their differences and fall in love. A great start to a very promising romantic tale. King’s Conquest excels.