TBR reviewer: B.H.
continue to wage war against the royal family. She recruits the help of Caleb, a
fox shifter, to help find her way to the home she escaped from long
A childhood friend is now guarding the palace, and the male she's betrothed to is
determined to have her. She's in for the fight of her life if she's to remain
unmated and change the old customs passed down to every generation. Will Delia
become a martyr for her cause, or give in to the love of three determined
Delia is a wolf shifter. The last princess unmated and she’s determined to stay that
way even though her blood calls to unmated male shifters. Caleb is a fox
shifter, not an alpha but still hot. I felt bad for him; he’s the guy women pass
up to reach the muscled alphas. I instantly liked his character. There are two other men interested in Delia. Alexander, he’s her original betrothed and a wolf shifter. There’s also Ulric who loved her since she was a child. He’s a guard for the palace. All three unmated men are drool worthy and really make for an interesting twist.
This is an appealing tale of Delia doing everything she can to keep the forced mating from the next generation. The way she talks about her sisters is sweet and gives another side to this character. All her character’s are well written. The plot unfolds around them beautifully. I love the fact that though there is the overwhelming need to mate, it’s not instant love. Far from it, this triangle of lust untangles with precision. Ms. Espino’s sex scenes are not just intercourse; they’re a romantic ballad, a dance that brings together beauty and sensuality.
Whom will Delia choose? Oh wait, this is paranormal she could choose all three. Thank goodness because I for one had a tough time making that decision. Each shifter brings something unique and sexy to this mating. The interaction between the three of them was perfect, even charming. It made the story pull together that much more.
If you like paranormal you’ll love The Last Princess. If you just like romance or
erotica you’ll still enjoy this book. Ms. Espino really gives readers a magical tale of finding the perfect mates.