"prequel to Passion's Four Towers"
All the Knights from the Guardroom told others that Kerrie
rode her lovers so hard and so often that it put them to
death way sooner than they should have. Kerry was the Heir
that would follow her mother when she passes as the Queen
of Marchonland. In being the heir her mother wants her to
start producing heirs, or at least one or two now. But what
Kerry wants is to be taken with passion, to feel her body
on fire for the one that is taking her. She wants passion
unlike her parents, which had lived in very separate parts
of the house. They married not for love or passion but to
further themselves. Kerry knows she can't do that, she
wants more and feels she deserves more. Now to find the one
that will fulfill those feelings. Then comes a man that
could be just that person, a merchant that brings wears and
many other things sees Kerry and knows he must have her.
When Kerry meets the merchant and feels his eyes, his lust
for her makes Kerry feel such passion, just like she had
wanted. The way he portrays himself draws Kerry closer and
closer to this man. Could he be the one? The love they
share is more than Kerry could have asked for, but will it
This is the story of Kerrie, the Queen. We have read about
her daughters but this is the Queens story; of her life and
the men that came and went through it, what she went
through the years before Passion's Four Towers' story of
her daughters. Her stories covers, Alexandre the Rich who
she had loved and been loved by .Then you have Brecc the
very passionate lusty Duke, who showed what he was made of,
the passion he could bring that ignites the pages. Then
there is Cesare the very gifted and talented painter that
showed his life in his paintings. And of course you have
Doran and the ever erotic Farid.
This story has so much happening that you really have to
pay attention to who and what is going on. I know lots of
readers will just love this story, for me I enjoyed it, but
not my usual taste in books, but Dee Brice made this story
work for me. I would have enjoyed added depth to the
Reviewed by Nicole Harvey
Posted December 1, 2007
In Marchon's stables the grooms claim Kerrie rode all her lovers to their early deaths. In the guardroom the knights avow she required her lovers to spear her so often their seed spilled like blood. And in the kitchens the cooks gossip Kerrie kept her lovers on the boil so long they expired from the heat.
You may have met her daughters in Passion's Four Towers. Now meet the notorious queen herself — and the men in her life. Alexandre the rich, well-travelled merchant. Brecc the lusty Duke. Cesare the talented painter. Doran. And the delicious Farid.
This book is the prequel to Passion's Four Towers.