Prince of Fire (Children of the Sun, #2)
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Prince of Fire (Children of the Sun #2)

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The firstborn children of the Fyne witches have finally come into their own, each with a special gift...

Despite the prophesies, Keelia, Queen of the Anwyn, would never let a wild Caradon, a man who can shape-shift into a mountain cat, touch her. But when one kidnaps her, mistaking her for the caster of a spell on his people, Keelia realizes she has never been more wrong;...more
Paperback, 314 pages
Published April 3rd 2007 by Berkley
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Diana
Jorlyn is a Caradon, the ancient rivals of the Anwyn. He kidnaps Keelia, Juliet's daughter and current Queen of the Anwyn, in order to discover who is responsible for cursing his people. Keelia fights the prophecy that she will take a Caradon lover and that she wil betray love for victory.

Keelia is an interesting heroine, and her part of this story is filled with a lot of developments and twists. The evil wizard and Druin both felt unnecessary, and Jorlyn can be quite dense.
Natalie
Book 2 in the Children of the Sun series. I'd like to start off by saying that I HATED book one of this series and the only reason I read book 2 is that I already owned the book. My book-reading ethics forbid me from getting rid of a book that I haven't read. Well, I'm going to have to chalk up book one to the common "rocky start to a decent series" problem. This book was SO much better than the first one! I pretty much forgot that this book takes place in a technologically primitive time - the...more
Nytetyger
And now we have book two of the second trilogy by the author, and I'm starting to get a little tired of it all. The female characters really are starting to be one and the same-- superpowerful but for some reason unable to USE their power against the big bad who really needs a snidely whiplash mustache to twirl as he sucks the blood and soul out of innocent women before dropping them at his feet.

Each book deals with yet another child from the three sisters of the first trilogy, and how they find...more
Erin
Cheesy romance novel challenge #2. This one also has an excellent cover. A psychic queen, who also happens to be a werewolf (though they don't use that word) is kidnapped by a dude who turns into a mountain cat at the full moon. He can also produce fire in his hands (hence the cover), oh yeah and he can pop into the spirit world whenever. Spoiler alert - they end up together! Throw in an evil wizard, some half-men/half-animal monsters, a lot of the queen's relatives, a prophesy, plus a demon tha...more
Rachel
Great follow up to the Prince of Magic. I enjoy this series almost as much as the Fyne Witches set. The mystery is great. And I love how they never quite say what the evil thing is. Im guessing a vampire of some sort.
Amy
Feb 24, 2008 Amy rated it 5 of 5 stars
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Although rating this book 5 out of 5, I must say that I was a little bored in the beginning. It did keep me guessing through it all and there were many twists and turns. Good but not as good as the first book.
Veronika Levine
I really like this series and this author and am excited for the third book, but pacing myself. Perfect blend of fantasy and romance and anything involving shapeshifters is always fun.
Alice
This was really good for me. A step up in the story and really interesting characters. Can't wait for the third!
Athena Braun
This book wasn't as good as Prince of magic. A little disappointing but it was still o.k.
Alisa
Love this series!!!!
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Recommends it for: Romance
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