Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Review of Prince of Power by Elisabeth Staab


This Fight Is Personal...
Wizards and vampires have been mortal enemies since the beginning. Now Anton, son of the Wizard Master, has one last chance to steal the unique powers of the vampire king's beautiful sister, Tyra...and then kill her. But when he meets Tyra face-to-face, everything changes...
Tyra will stop at nothing to defeat the wizards, until Anton saves her life and she suddenly sees an opportunity she never could have imagined...
As the sparks ignite between them, together they could bring an end to the war that's decimating their people, but only if they can find a way to trust each other...
My Review
Prince of Power starts where King of Darkness left off, I suggest it be read in order as you might be lost if you didn't read King of Darkness. This book is Anton (son of Wizard Master) and Tyra (half sister of Thad).
Anton is hurt, nearly killed by his own father for failure. You know what they say the Enemy of My Enemy is my friend. This is Anton he is the Son of the Vampires most hated Enemy and he is trying to Save them Tyra in particular. 
Tyra is a kick ass heroine (which i just love) she has so much power and for some reason nobody questions why.. they think it must be fluke due to her being half human. She wants to hate Anton but she finds herself drawn to him even though she can't trust him as he was supposed to capture her. 
Prince of Power like King of Darkness has other plots with in the book which brings the secondary characters forward and I think that is what makes this story so good. There is so much going on in this story, Kidnapping, Death, Steamy Sex, Plot Twists, and OMG revelations. I hate spoiling stories and this one is so easy to spoil because I loved this book... Found i liked it better that King of Darkness and Elisabeth Staab has me wanting more of the Chronicles of Yavn
I rate this Book a 5 out of 5
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