Saturday, January 12, 2013

Prince of Power by Elisabeth Staab

Wizards and vampires have been mortal enemies since the beginning. Now Anton, son of the Wizard Master, has one last chance to steal the unique powers of the vampire king's beautiful sister, Tyra...and then kill her. But when he meets Tyra face-to-face, everything changes...

Tyra will stop at nothing to defeat the wizards, until Anton saves her life and she suddenly sees an opportunity she never could have imagined...

As the sparks ignite between them, together they could bring an end to the war that's decimating their people, but only if they can find a way to trust each other...

In this second book of the Chronicles of Yavn series, with the first being King of Darkness.  Another great story with non-stop action and two memorable characters, Tyra and Anton.

Anton is sent to kill Tyra and steal her powers, but he doesn't count on the impact Tyra will have on him.  The chemistry between them sizzles and explodes as they begin to know one another.  Tyra is a very bold character - she's strong, yet feminine, and knows what she wants.  Where she has a problem, Anton doesn't.  He's not afraid to let her take the lead, yet knows when to pull her back.  A very promising beginning to a hopefully long relationship.

Although you don't need to read King of Darkness to follow along in Prince of Power, I'd recommend it.  Some of the background of the war between the vampires and the wizards is brought in the first book and more light shed on it's beginnings in the second.  If you enjoy paranormal romance with memorable characters, sizzling romance and kick butt action, pick up Prince of Power!

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.


  1. Thank you for taking the time to read and review Prince of Power. :)

  2. Oooh I want to read this! I haven't heard of this series yet! Thanks for sharing & reviewing! I need to grab book 1!


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