Review: Book: Cursed Prince- Jade Kerrion


Title: Cursed Prince

Series: Lord of the Ocean Book 1

Author’s Name: Jade Kerrion

Publisher: Self-Published

Genre: Fantasy

Page Count: 342 Pages


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Link to Amazon purchase page: Cursed Prince

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Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

Never accept gifts from strangers…
Especially if it glows…

Ginny’s first mistake was becoming one of the world’s leading experts on ancient civilizations…

Her second mistake was getting kidnapped by Atlantean cultists who believed she knew more than she did…

Her third?

Accepting an energy vortex from a captive mer-prince.

Its reality-altering power entangles her in the millennia-long conflict between Atlantis and the Lords of the Ocean—the mer-people.

To free the mer-prince, she will have to trust a man afflicted with a chimeric personality and tormented by conflicted memories. She’ll have to figure out how to control the devastating power the mer-prince entrusted to her…

Because if she doesn’t succeed, Atlantis will rise again, and all the human nations of the Earth will fall.

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. This is the first book in a series about a Merman named Kai who is a prince that wants to restore his people to their rightful place. He has been take captive and that is how he meets Ginny. She is pulled into this world by cultists. There is a secret conflict between Atlantis and the Lords of the Ocean. This was the first book I have read anything where Atlantis coming back is  bad thing. It is a bit crazy feeling for me while reading this series.

My Rating of the Book: 3 1/2 Stars

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