Amanda Adams Kiss the Prince: Fairy Tale Surrender, Book One
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Ella Miermont's beloved father was executed ten years ago as a traitor to the crown. Despite her noble blood, Ella has been forced to work as a servant in her own home, a slave to her cruel stepmother's whims and the taunts of her stepsisters. But it's the night of the Masquerade Ball, and Ella is determined to pursue pleasure in the arms of a handsome and dominant lover. Just for one magical night.

Prince Dorian of Syrenne is tired of his father's ceaseless matchmaking. When the king tells him he must choose a bride in the next few weeks, Dorian defies him and disguises himself as a servant at the Dungeon Masquerade. There, he meets a beautiful and mysterious woman who submits to his firm hand with a seductive innocence that captures his heart. But all too soon, his lover runs away, leaving nothing behind but a glass slipper and memories of unbridled passion he cannot forget.

Fate seems determined to keep Ella from finding happiness. Her stepmother has promised her to a lecherous old enemy, and once the bride price is paid, she cannot escape that union. Her secret lover, a castle servant named Dorian, has mysteriously disappeared, and besides, there is no hope for a future with him now that she is betrothed. Ella is trying to find a way to escape all her troubles when she stumbles into a plot to kill the Crown Prince. She must forget about Dorian and her own desires, and risk both her life and freedom to stop an innocent man from being murdered – even if he is a member of the royal family who labeled her father a traitor. 

But Dorian has been keeping many secrets… and now, his enemies threaten them both.

Welcome to the magical kingdom of Syrenne, where humans coexist with werewolves, vampires, dragons and witches. Where the men are dominant and the women submissive. Where order can only be upheld with the tightest adherence to the laws…

Disclaimer: Kiss The Prince is a magical romance which contains explicit scenes, including spanking and elements of BDSM. If such material is likely to offend you, please do not read it.

Amanda Adams

Kiss the Prince: Fairy Tale Surrender, Book One

Published by: Blushing Press

Copyright 2016 Blushing Books and Amanda Adams
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Number of Chapters: Seventeen - Word Count: 41000




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A reader:

Fantastic adult fairytale

After I finished the book and flipped back to the cover, I was thrilled to realize that this is only Book 1. I loved this book and am excited to see that there will be future books in this series. What an unusual premise - Cinderella with a BDSM theme. Basically the entire plot is included in the book summary blurb, so there is no need for me to repeat it. I will say that the book is well-written, easily drawing the reader into the imaginary world of Syrenne. Although the book makes mention of werewolves, vampires, dragons and witches, this particular installment revolves firmly around the humans. The book is lighthearted yet intense, and I found myself nervously rooting for the heroine, as if I hadn't known for 40 years how the fairytale ends. Again, I eagerly await the next fairytale, especially considering how this book ended (no, it's not a cliffhanger). I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

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A Naughty Cinderella

I've long enjoyed Cinderella stories, and the blurb for this book caught my eye - a naughty Cinderella story, how could I resist?!? It was pretty good, but not great, and left me wishing for a bit more despite the fact that fairy tales are generally pretty short and shallow. This variation tried to toss in too much without explaining enough, which I found a bit frustrating.

Although the relationship between Dorian and Ella happens quickly, both are likeable characters with some depth. All the other characters are the typical good or evil expected in fairy tales. Although the erotic scenes are hot, there isn't really a lot of dominance and submission involved - it's very light in that regard. Ella's evil stepmother is very nasty indeed and reminded me of the character played by Angelica Houston in Ever After, one of my favorite Cinderella movies. One would expect a book to have more depth than a movie, but that wasn't the case here. In fact, the resolution when evil deeds are discovered and punished is anticlimactic. We are quickly given what happened, but not why. All we know is that the evil stepmother is sent to the vampires, who treat their slaves like pampered pets.... I didn't find that quite the comeuppance this evil woman deserved and it certainly didn't provide as much satisfaction as the laundry room scene in Ever After. I really loved that comeuppance!

An enjoyable variation on Cinderella, but not one that will go into my favorites pile.

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As little girls growing up, we were enraptured with fairy tales, the handsome Prince, and the rescued maiden. We watched Disney movies, and we had our own dreams and fantasies of the happily ever after story. This is not the innocent fairy tales we grew up on, oh no, this is the adult erotic version that has so much more, including some mystical creatures of vampires, werewolves, witches, and more.

The King allowed masquerade balls to be held once a month, beginning with the spring equinox and ending in the fall. They were held in the grand ballroom for those of royal descent and in the underground dungeon area for staff and peasants. There was one hard rule that everyone must remain masked. The purpose of the masquerade parties was in honor of the northern tribe’s fertility goddess. It was a night of debauchery and carnality done behind a mask.

The story has Prince Dorian and his best friend, Markus, to swap clothes and change places for the masquerade. Ella enters the dungeon and watches scenes play out before her eyes until she is approached and agrees to scene with a man named Dorian. The story is full of explicit erotic scenes including voyeurism, exhibition, and BDSM. This is the adult, rest of the story on Cinderella and the handsome Prince. I look forward to the next book in the series. I think I know who it will be based on the ending of book 1. Stay tuned for more adult fairy tales to come.

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A reader:

A Fairy Good Tale

I received this book as an ARC in exchange for an honest review. For the most part, I liked this Cinderella style story. I was a disenchanted with the beginning of the book. I would have preferred building up to liking the main characters more before the heavy sex scene. Once into the book, however, the characters developed nicely and the sex scenes stayed hot. The nasty stepmother lived up to her name and the horse Henry was far nicer than a white stead. I liked how the author used the adult version of Cinderella to bring us a fun, erotic story.

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