Review: The Outcast Prince – Shona Husk

Caspian Mort can feel the history in anything he touches, a gift he inherited from his father, the Crown Prince of Annwyn. Devastated over his ex-wife’s infidelity, Caspian has withdrawn from human contact except when working as an antiques dealer. 

While assessing the contents of the historic Callaway House he encounters the beautiful Lydia Callaway and senses that her home is haunted by a banished fairy. But what does the dangerous exile want? Unbeknownst to Lydia, she’s the owner of the last remaining portal to Annwynβ€”a mirror hidden somewhere in the house. To keep Lydia safe, Caspian will have to divulge the secrets of his heritage, and risk losing his heart again.

Paperback, 320 pages, Published July 2nd 2013 by Sourcebooks Casablanca, Court of Annwyn #1, Paranormal romance, For review

My thoughts:
I read her Goblin series and when I saw that she was to publish a series with fairies I was intrigued. I liked what I heard about Annwyn, it was the not so kind Fae types. ..
Caspian is a changeling and has never been to his father’s court. He is human, but still got those fae qualities too. I must confess that I sooo wanted his father’s story while I read it, to see him fall in love. Le sigh, wonderful πŸ™‚ But that is a future book. Now we got Caspian and he falls for Lydia. A nice and sweet woman. They suited each other. Both with pasts and secrets.
But that was not all it was about. We need some drama and danger too and in comes the hunt for a mirror. And the court of Annwyn is in trouble and the ripples are causing bad things to happen in our world. I can’t spill it all, but Annwyn was different, and I liked what she did there.
Conclusion:
Romance and a man caught between two worlds. A good start to this series.
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36 thoughts on “Review: The Outcast Prince – Shona Husk

  1. Teddyree says:

    I met Shona at ARRC in Brisbane earlier this year. I've got a couple of her books but haven't read any as yet, oops. Glad you liked it πŸ™‚

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