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The raven that had visited them twice before landed on the balcony with a loud caw. They all stared as the bird spread its wings and cocked its head at them, a pine needle in its beak. Its black eyes gleamed with something more than animal intelligence.
Vell of Otharn is a prince who became a slave; a fall from grace so complete and devastating that he never though he would be happy or safe again. We meet Vell in Prince for Sale at a low point in his life – he is trapped by a magical bond and forced to obey whatever commands his master gives him. Worse, he is also forced to please his master in intimate ways in order to eat, speak, or even sleep. How did he come to this lowly station? To understand, we need to unpick the layers of secrets that wrap the royal family of Otharn in their web. Mild spoilers for Prince for Sale and The Prince’s Fate below!Continue reading “Vell – Former Prince of Otharn”
Arrogant, impulsive, and dangerous – that would be one way to describe Prince Lonn of Otharn, and it would be accurate, but he is also brave, strong, dutiful, and fiercely loyal to those he cares about. Lonn is the first born son and the crown prince of Otharn, a fact he can never forgot. He was raised from birth to inherit the throne and continue his father’s legacy of peace, prosperity and justice throughout the joined worlds. The cracks only started to show when Lonn realized that his father’s idea of ‘justice’ included sending his beloved brother Vell into slavery, a harsh, brutal punishment that almost destroyed Lonn’s family.
Lonn solved that problem, as he solved so many others, at the razor-sharp tip of his ancestral spear Skarpur, and from there our adventures began in Book One of the Thrall Prince series, Prince for Sale.
Now, we head into Book Three, The Arcane Heart, and Lonn is the star of the show. On the distant, mountainous world of Tornatt, Lonn meets someone he believes was sent to him by fate. But was it fate, or was there a more sinister plot behind his meeting with Llias of Fryst? More importantly, can Lonn overcome his own arrogance and see things from someone else’s perspective, for once? Llias is a prisoner that Lonn would like to call a guest, but all Llias wants to do is go home.