A Valiant Prince

A Valiant Prince

Some princes are born into royalty. And some princes are made into royalty.Logan Winters just discovered that he’s a prince, a prince that someone wants dead.When Princess Susanna came waltzing into his world, she took his breath away with her beauty and charm and also with the truth about his life.Now they are racing against time to find out who wants to kill him.Will the...

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Title:A Valiant Prince
Author:S.E. Rose
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A Valiant Prince Reviews

  • Ga Books LoverX

    Part 2 of the duet is here and the cliffhanger is finished!! There are so many questions to answer in this book and the author does an amazing job of not only answering questions, but also tying things up with a nice bow and presenting solutions for everything that went down in the duet.

    This is not a lighthearted romance. There is danger, suspense, intrigue, and so much freaking 'who dun it' that you cannot help but get sucked in to the masterful web by the author.

    Is there romance? Absolu-freak

    Part 2 of the duet is here and the cliffhanger is finished!! There are so many questions to answer in this book and the author does an amazing job of not only answering questions, but also tying things up with a nice bow and presenting solutions for everything that went down in the duet.

    This is not a lighthearted romance. There is danger, suspense, intrigue, and so much freaking 'who dun it' that you cannot help but get sucked in to the masterful web by the author.

    Is there romance? Absolu-freaking-lutely.

    Are the characters complex but real? YES!

    Are you 100% cheering for a HAE for Logan and Susanna? Yes and yes!

    These two are not typically how you would see a royal couple or even royals in general but seeing them and how their family act in a time where someone wants them dead is extremely interesting. I am a huge fan and am really looking forward to reading more by this author!

    PS: I received this book for free but am voluntarily and honestly reviewing it.

  • Becky Wise

    Once again I am blown away by S.E. Rose when it comes to A Valiant Prince and the whole The Poisoned Dawn Duet. This is one fantastic series and read in A Valiant Prince. You must read A Fierce Princess first. I love how A Valiant Prince picks up right where A Fierce Princess left off. Logan (or Eddie..he goes by both) really steals your heart and makes you all gooey in this one. I love his strength and his love for Anna (Princess Susanna..Suzy..you know the drill). They just fit so well togethe

    Once again I am blown away by S.E. Rose when it comes to A Valiant Prince and the whole The Poisoned Dawn Duet. This is one fantastic series and read in A Valiant Prince. You must read A Fierce Princess first. I love how A Valiant Prince picks up right where A Fierce Princess left off. Logan (or Eddie..he goes by both) really steals your heart and makes you all gooey in this one. I love his strength and his love for Anna (Princess Susanna..Suzy..you know the drill). They just fit so well together and the more you learn of their childhood you get why they have this feel of an instant bond. Anna is still as fierce and amazing as ever. She will stop at nothing to figure out who is behind everything. A familiar face is featured here and there in this one. So if you are familiar with S.E. Rose Portentous Destiny Series you will know. Secrets come out as the twist and turns come more dangereous for the two royal families. I so want to say so much when it comes to this book and series but I'm going to stop with just saying that you will love Logan and Anna even more in this one. I was glued to the pages from the start and really didn't want to put this down. I love where we are taken in A Valiant Prince. Go one click this book and seires because you wont regret it.

  • A Book Lover's Emporium Book Blog

    5+⭐

    A Valiant Prince had a lot to live up to after reading A Fierce Princess! I was desperate for the conclusion of Susanna and Logan’s story, as they seemed destined for tragedy. I was not disappointed; book two was everything I hoped for and more.

    Susanna’s bravery and persistence is nothing short of admirable. I’m convinced Susanna could slay dragons if she put her mind to it! A damsel in distress she is not, despite the fact she is clearly in peril.

    Logan is valiant and caring and practically

    5+⭐️

    A Valiant Prince had a lot to live up to after reading A Fierce Princess! I was desperate for the conclusion of Susanna and Logan’s story, as they seemed destined for tragedy. I was not disappointed; book two was everything I hoped for and more.

    Susanna’s bravery and persistence is nothing short of admirable. I’m convinced Susanna could slay dragons if she put her mind to it! A damsel in distress she is not, despite the fact she is clearly in peril.

    Logan is valiant and caring and practically perfect in every way. Despite being thrust into life-threatening danger, he handles each situation with nerves of steel. He is a rock of fortitude.

    The plot is angst ridden and suspenseful. I read until my eyes went blurry and I could read no more. I was positively mesmerized. I needed the conclusion, yet I never wanted the book to end.

    This Poisoned Pawn duet was my first introduction to SE Rose’s writing. It was absolutely phenomenal. I have already begun pestering my friends to read this outstanding duet!

  • Jennifer Pierson

    A Valiant Prince is the conclusion in The Poisoned Pawn Duet, so it's imperative that you read A Fierce Princess FIRST! S.E. Rose is brilliant at weaving a suspense filled story, so if you skip, you won't have a clue as to what's going on. And on that same note, since giving any sort of description of my own may or may not give things away, I'm going to be very cryptic about it all. We were left on a HUGE cliffy that nearly had me ready to hunt Ms. Rose down, so it seems like it took FOREVER to

    A Valiant Prince is the conclusion in The Poisoned Pawn Duet, so it's imperative that you read A Fierce Princess FIRST! S.E. Rose is brilliant at weaving a suspense filled story, so if you skip, you won't have a clue as to what's going on. And on that same note, since giving any sort of description of my own may or may not give things away, I'm going to be very cryptic about it all. We were left on a HUGE cliffy that nearly had me ready to hunt Ms. Rose down, so it seems like it took FOREVER to get this book, and yes I'm aware I'm being dramatic, but still since I had to wait any length of time other than opening this book right after Book 1, I was going to be this way to be honest. It's a race against time for Anna, Logan, & Company to figure out who is stalking them in order to eliminate Logan who used to have a simple life. There's a ton of players involved, and who the hell knows who they can trust?! The twists are at an all time high, so my f-bomb dropping was at new levels of loud! It seemed like every time they got one clue, it only led to 20 more questions, so yeah, I honestly didn't guess who dun it until it was revealed who doing it. If you want to know what I now know, well you know what you have to do, yep, get that finger to one clicking! HIGHLY HIGHLY HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

  • Lager & Lefse Book Blog

    There was a lot of pressure to live up to Princess Anna from A Fierce Princess, book one. Anna and her shenanigans made for a great book that was full of romance, suspense, mystery and intrigue. So, Logan had to be as dynamic and large and in charge as our ‘Fierce Princess’. Did he succeed?

    A Valiant Prince picks up right where the untimely cliffhanger is placed. Right from the beginning, Logan displays those valiant characteristics one is looking for in a prince. While the family home is in sham

    There was a lot of pressure to live up to Princess Anna from A Fierce Princess, book one. Anna and her shenanigans made for a great book that was full of romance, suspense, mystery and intrigue. So, Logan had to be as dynamic and large and in charge as our ‘Fierce Princess’. Did he succeed?

    A Valiant Prince picks up right where the untimely cliffhanger is placed. Right from the beginning, Logan displays those valiant characteristics one is looking for in a prince. While the family home is in shambles and the royal family is temporarily displaced, the hunt for the unknown assailant continues. Anna does her best in locating who this mystery person is, while the bodyguards attempt to keep her and Logan safe.

    As the story continued, I was doing my own search and was suspicious of everything. The plot in A Valiant Prince continues with mystery, drama, angst and suspense, but I didn’t feel that it reached the same platitude as A Fierce Princess. I loved watching Anna and Logan’s love story to continue to evolve. It was beautiful to see how these needed each other but were willing to give the other the space to be independent.

    All in all, I really enjoyed this duet. I loved to watch Logan grow into the prince he is supposed to be. I was thoroughly happy to witness the love throughout the family as they came together as one during this trying time. I was intrigued and couldn’t wait to get to the end. The only downside of this book is that I didn’t feel that it lived up to everything glorious in book one. In its own right, it was still a good read.

  • Tracey

    3.75 stars

    I loved book 1 A Fierce Princess and was looking forward to A Valiant Prince, here's my review.

    Book 1 is told from Anna's POV, and book 2 is from Logan's but somehow it didn't flow as easily for me as Anna's book.

    The storyline picks up from where it ended in book 1 and yep it was a bit of a cliffy. This part had a lot going on, lots of characters to keep track of, especially if you were trying to figure out who the bad person was! Intermingled with that was Logan and Anna's relationshi

    3.75 stars

    I loved book 1 A Fierce Princess and was looking forward to A Valiant Prince, here's my review.

    Book 1 is told from Anna's POV, and book 2 is from Logan's but somehow it didn't flow as easily for me as Anna's book.

    The storyline picks up from where it ended in book 1 and yep it was a bit of a cliffy. This part had a lot going on, lots of characters to keep track of, especially if you were trying to figure out who the bad person was! Intermingled with that was Logan and Anna's relationship, which jumped from fun and flirty on a yacht to pretty serious very quickly, maybe a tad too quickly for me, but that's how the events in the story through them. They are good together though, but could do with going on a few more fun dates as tough as that is as a royal!

    Part of backstory puzzled me, how did they not recognize each other as Suzie and Eddie, we all change as we grow but some characteristics stay the same.

    So yes I had a couple of issues with the conclusion of this story BUT it was still made me turn pages to find out who did it and how the lovebirds end up.

    I would be interested to see if the author decided to write one or both of the brother's love story.

  • HeartBreaker

    Unfortunately I didn't like this book just like I didn't like the first part.

    I just couldn't get what was happening and again I had a problem with writing.

    This book picks up right where the first book ended.There was an explosion at the palace and these guys are nowhere near finding out who is trying to kill them.

    They developed a plan to hide the member of royal families,they will all be hidden in different place.When that is taken care of,Logan and Anna go for they safe place-Pittsburgh.And gue

    Unfortunately I didn't like this book just like I didn't like the first part.

    I just couldn't get what was happening and again I had a problem with writing.

    This book picks up right where the first book ended.There was an explosion at the palace and these guys are nowhere near finding out who is trying to kill them.

    They developed a plan to hide the member of royal families,they will all be hidden in different place.When that is taken care of,Logan and Anna go for they safe place-Pittsburgh.And guess what,while they are there it would be good if they could visit Logan's grandparents and Niagara Falls?Ok,if you say so.I'm not sure if I'm wrong or not BUT if my life was at danger I wouldn't be planing picnics whit my boyfriend.

    This book is told from Logan's but his thoughts are not going far from Anna.He is someone who lived his life in a lie,his whole life.I want to know more about him and not just about how much he loves a women he met a few weeks before.

    Again,the writing felt all over the place and at the end I was just confused.

    The blurb promised me a more serious story,but this just felt like...huge disappointment.

    The cover is nice tho so I'm giving this three stars again.

  • Kavanagh

    I'm going to leave a scathing review and i'm going to apologize for it.

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    The blurb was promising, the story was not.

    It had so much potential, but i felt it went down the drain with awful writing and plotline.

    Every action was described and nothing was left untouched, and there were way too many dialogues. 

    Alright, maybe the amount of dialogue was fine, however the content was so, so dry. And as well, i felt that too much "he said" and "she said" and similar words of different variations were used.

    I'm going to leave a scathing review and i'm going to apologize for it.

    -

    The blurb was promising, the story was not.

    It had so much potential, but i felt it went down the drain with awful writing and plotline.

    Every action was described and nothing was left untouched, and there were way too many dialogues. 

    Alright, maybe the amount of dialogue was fine, however the content was so, so dry. And as well, i felt that too much "he said" and "she said" and similar words of different variations were used. Understandably, yes, it's dialogue, however, the repetition of these verbs makes the writing seem very unnatural.

    There are more "telling" than "showing" in here.

    Additionally, there were some really awkward lines as well. But, i'm just going to share one.

    Exhibit A:Your father, the king, is fine.

    The character would know who their father is, and what he does. There wasn't a need to state "the king". The only circumstance why i can think of that makes that excusable is that the doctor is trying to re-affirm himself. Even then, what for?

    Frankly, I felt the book was a let down since page one. This boiled down to personal preference, and is especially personal as the prologue was written from the first POV of a child...and I disliked it. It felt like an indication the story wasn't going to be a trip i'm glad i'm going on. Certain lines from this chapter contains vocabulary that a child likely wouldn't use, which results in it coming off a bit bizarre. If it had been told from a third POV, it would've been quite nice.

    The smut scenes were quite odd as well, off-putting if you will. Every movement was greatly exaggerated, dicks of steel, explosions, nipple pinch orgasms, i found it rather hilarious. This sort of sexy smut is not up my alley. But hey, if you like it, you do you. And also, you might like this book!

    2.5. I'd give it a 1 but i liked the cover and the sexy scenes. Sorry.

  • Linda Walters

    Explosive beginning. I liked that . But I did find it a bit overwhelming at first because of all of the people thrown at me in the beginning.

    The story is told mainly from Logan's point of view for those who would like to know. I found this book hard to settle on a rating because it caused mixed feelings about for me.

    I liked both of the main characters and how there are SO many secrets. Not only are there a lot of secrets there is also a LOT of sexual scenes as well. I wish the author had dialed

    Explosive beginning. I liked that . But I did find it a bit overwhelming at first because of all of the people thrown at me in the beginning.

    The story is told mainly from Logan's point of view for those who would like to know. I found this book hard to settle on a rating because it caused mixed feelings about for me.

    I liked both of the main characters and how there are SO many secrets. Not only are there a lot of secrets there is also a LOT of sexual scenes as well. I wish the author had dialed that back a bit.

    The family relationships were good and even some of the relationships with the bodyguards added to the story.

    Who can you trust becomes a major issue very early on and with good reason.

    The story felt like it slowed down for a while but then it does start back up and begins to really take off. When I say it took off, I mean it had some really good twists coming our way. Mysteries are exposed, followed by a H.E.A. and a welcome Epilogue.

    What a great cover for the book, right?

    “I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.”

  • Dora Koutsoukou

    2,5 🤔🤔🌟s

    The second book was slightly confusing. Too many people were involved and the storyline was lacking coherence. Although it is told by Logan’s pov, in the end I realised that I didn’t get to know him.

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