Review: Forever Wicked: Serena’s Prince by Ayla Ruse

Forever Wicked: Serena’s Prince by Ayla Ruse
Release Date: August 24, 2012
Publisher:  Changeling Press, LLC
Pages: 76
Source:  Publisher

Serena never thought asking for help from a frog would result in her being naked and tied to her bed. She should be afraid. She should call for guards. She definitely should not be…begging for more.

Prince Rennick needs to get his hands on Serena’s necklace–the one item sure to break the curse that turned him into a frog. When an accident makes him temporarily human, he cannnot help but use his Dominant nature to bend Serena to his will.

What should have broken the curse turns into a desperate attempt to save Rennick’s life. As they try to find the key, Rennick demands much from Serena, but is she willing to surrender everything to this frog-turned-prince?

 

Review:   This book is an erotic fairy tale that will leave you wanting more.

I identified with Serena’s feelings and would  have done the same things she did in the story.  To have to ask a frog for help is not something I could see myself doing. However, he told her that if he helped her he would ask for one thing in return…just one thing.  Most people would say yes.  All he asks is for her to take him wherever she goes. Yuck! I would cringe if I knew I had to even touch a frog. I would faint on the ground and afterwards get up and come up with a new dance. Just thinking about it makes me shiver.

But all is not as it seems.  Prince Rennick was turned into a frog by a witch after going out with her daughter and leaving her for another girl when he grew bored. He’s a prince so he thinks he should be able to do what he wants and loves to add BDSM into his sex life.

The author has woven such an erotic fairy tale.  It has a curse to break, but with a twist. If the curse isn’t broken, Rennick will die and Serena will have to live with just having her passions that are newly awakened die after just a taste.

As I read this adult fairy tale, I felt myself experiencing the joy of reading the same story as a child and hoping that love would beat all. I truly loved every second of this story.

 

 

Purchase from the Publisher