Sunday, April 15, 2018

High and Dry by Shannon West

Series: Mate of the Tyger Prince, 5
Author: Shannon West
Publisher: Painted Hearts Publishing
Genre: MM Paranormal futuristic sci fi
Pages: 206
Reviewer: Redz






Publisher’s Blurb
Turbulent times are in store for the Royal Family on Moravia. The wedding of Prince Vannos to Moravian King Stephan is imminent but with all the power struggles and palace intrigue taking place, will the wedding be able to proceed as planned?

High King Davos, Prince Mikos and Commander Tallon have arrived for the celebrations but also to reclaim their Mates. And even though the Commander is still fighting his overwhelming attraction to Redmond, Vannos’s aide, he has a devious and intricate plot to resolve all their situations once and for all. But how will Ryan react to Prince Mikos’s dictate of having another baby to calm him down and keep him from causing problems? And how will the gorgeous Blake react to King Davos laying down the law over his disobedience in sneaking off to Moravia on his own?

Mating with a Tyger Prince is always a challenge, especially when that Tyger is a gorgeous, powerful Royal, who is determined to have his own way. Can Ryan, Blake and Redmond not only outlast but also outwit their Mates to find happiness or will the challenge prove too great? A shocking wedding rehearsal and a tense showdown during the wedding reception has not only serious, but potentially life-threatening consequences for some. And as if that’s not enough, Blake is having flashbacks and remembering the time he first met Davos and how their tumultuous relationship first began. It’s going to take all the humans’ ingenuity, courage and determination to come out on top but also to remind their Mates why they fell in love with them in the first place. 







Review
High and Dry by author Shannon West is the fifth book in the Mate of the Tyger Prince series. This is not a standalone title.  This introduces characters we already know and love. It also has a lot of politics and world building.  This is a pretty complex series and the books all build on that.
I particularly love that. This is a true world I can sink into and really get attached to everyone.  Cheer for the good guys and hiss at the bad guys.
There are many couples at play in this book.  Redmond and Talon, Blake and Davos, along with Mikos and Ryan.  I loved getting to see them again and know what they are doing now. I feel really invested in these men and really want them happy.
The politics in play also brings this story to another level of intensity and depth.
Overall a very well written series and this book is a must read for those that are following it. I cannot wait for more. I wanna know what happens next and to whom.

                                  Five Shooting Stars 



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