Monday, March 6, 2017

Random Reviews: The King's Command by Revella Hawthorne #Review #Giveaway

Author: Revella Hawthorne
Book: The King's Command
Series: Bred for Love #2
Self published
Cover artist: Book Cover by Design
Release day: August 15, 2015
Length: 152 pages

Reviewed by Meredith


Percy is pregnant. He is overjoyed, and Prince Edward, his master and owner, is just as happy. Both men are content, and are enjoying the simple life at Hartgrove, Prince Edward's country estate. There they stay in pre-baby bliss, until the christening of the Cassian Dynasty's newest princeling approaches. Prince Edward decides to risk King Henry's wrath, and brings Percy back to the capital to attend his nephew's christening, putting his and Percy's unconventional relationship front and center in the media and the court. Rumors abound about the two lovers, and a strange and unusual threat to Percy surfaces, leaving Prince Edward regretting their return to the capital. Percy is confronted by the reality of his social status and what exactly it means to be the collared consort of a Cassian blood prince--and how dangerous that place of honor can be.

Caught between the orders of King Henry and the dangers lurking in the shadowed alleys of the capital, Percy and Edward strive to protect themselves, their love, and their unborn child.


Book two in Revella Hawthorne’s Bred for Love series, in my opinion, is better than the first! I didn’t think such a thing possible. I found this one full of surprises and more suspense. We get some answers that help us realize why Percy is so wanted. 

Edward of course loves Percy more and more every day. As their child grows inside him so does their love. There are people on their side. And thank the lord for Abe! What an outstanding guy, truly. There’s another advocate for these two which sort of surprised me so I don’t want to say. But, these two can use all the help they can get.
As answers come more questions form and we see King Henry in an even more vicious light. I don’t think there is any redemption for his character. When he speaks to Percy or about him it tears a part my heart. He speaks like he is a computer program not flesh and blood and it’s beyond sad.

This story is progressing awesomely and ends on a bit of a cliffhanger folks! So be sure to have book three handy when you start this one!

You have to be cool with Mpreg to read this series as it is a HUGE part of the story and an element that couldn’t be told without it!


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