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The Errant Prince by Sasha L. Miller
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Prince Tamsen ran away from the palace seven years ago to escape duties, and commitments that he just didn't feel that he was able to take on.  Now his brother, the king has sent out groups to look for him and return him to the palace.  Other members of the kings guards have been unsuccessful in finding or convincing prince Tamsen to return so Myron has decided to take a different approach.  Rather than forcing the issue maybe some persistence will eventually wear the prince down and he'll return just to be rid of him.

Tamsen turns out to not be the man Myron has been led to believe, but very much the opposite.  The two men soon find that they enjoy each other’s company.  Will they survive the return to the palace?  Will they be able to continue and deepen their relationship despite their disparate social standing?  Will Tamsen be forced into a relationship he doesn't want and a return to his royal duties?

Ms Miller has created an interesting tale of an unconventional relationship surrounded by magic and political intrigue that keeps her reader engaged from beginning to end.
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February 21, 2016 – Started Reading
February 21, 2016 – Shelved
February 21, 2016 –
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February 24, 2016 – Finished Reading

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