"THE PRINCE WITH A HOLE IN HIS HEART was a humorous, erotic fairytale."
In the Kingdom of Aviator, King Otto was finally
a son. His son, Evander, most have the best training;
he got experts to see to his upbringing. Cadian saw to
mental growth, Galen saw to his physical growth, Willie
to his spiritual growth. Unfortunately, the king didn't
Willie was something of a con artist.
When he was eighteen, Evander began to grow depressed
and wane. The king called his experts to examine Evander.
Willie, thinking the prince needed to loose his virginity,
told the king that the prince suffered from hole in his
heart disease. Willie said that the prince would only heal
once he found his heart's desire. The king decides that
Evander needs a wife and sends Willie and Evander on a
quest for a
THE PRINCE WITH A HOLE IN HIS HEART was a humorous,
fairytale. I wouldn't classify it as a romance, because
doesn't meet the heroine until almost the end of the book.
is little development of the relationship between the hero
heroine. However, the characters of Willie and Evander grow
learn lessons, which serve them well in the end. Overall,
THE PRINCE WITH A HOLE IN HIS HEART rather amusing but
contained a lot more romance.
Reviewed by Marlene Breakfield
Posted April 19, 2004
Melancholy Prince Evander sets out on a quest to find his
heart's desire, the fair maiden who can lift his spirits,
and mend the hole in his heart. He travels incognito and in
the company of one Willie Wraskel, a defrocked wizard with a
quick wit and a questionable past. Together Evander and
Willie encounter adventure and adversity as they romp
through bedrooms, harems and brothels in search of Evander's