"A perfect completion of the first book"
Sasha is getting used to the world she finds herself in.
The people are charming if not a little surprising at
times. Her mission to find her father, Prince Mathias,
continues. She just has to get away from Zathdar and her
growing attraction and distrust of him. After finding out
that Zathdar is really Prince Jehan, the son of the very
man that put her father off of the throne, she is
determined that he has been lying about everything. He is
doing the exact same thing his father tried to do to her
mother, seduce her to his side to get what he wants, isn't
Zathdar, Prince Jehan, has been called to the palace by his
father. Can he keep up the act that has kept him and his
crew safe for so long? His father thinks him slow and his
mind clouded but will the time come when all disguises must
be dispatched or will the charade continue to keep him
safe? He also awaits Prince Mathias's return, but to what
The story continues! We pick up having left Sasha finding
out that Zathdar is really Prince Jehan and yet even she
can't deny the attraction between the two of them despite
not trusting him. The king's commander continues to plot a
way of putting his nephew on the thrown, someone he can
control. Civil war threatens the near future. Can Prince
Jehan make his father have sense enough to avoid it?
Twice a Prince is a thrilling and perfect continuation of
the first book. The plot thickens as many outside elements
start combining and circling Sasha and Prince Jehan,
dragging them apart but at the same time closer together.
Some of the characters we briefly met in the first half
come back with a surprising clarity and refreshing appeal.
The tension mounts and comes to a beautiful and very well
written climax as events put into motion come to a head.
Twice a Prince is the perfect completion to what was
already a thrilling and well written piece of art.
Reviewed by Amy Parker
Posted July 11, 2008