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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
The Prince's Priest is the first novel in the Traibon Family Saga by V.C. Willis. A break from your usual fantasy romance, the story has angst, unrequited love, emotions, and a marvelous storyline that keeps you hooked until the end. Dante could have an easy life, if only he accepts his position as the Prince of Bloodeaters. However, he walked away from the title and the responsibilities a decade ago. Things have changed since then, and Dante knows he will have to do something if he wants his people and the love of his life to survive. Father John was Dante’s only love, but Dante would never come in the way of John’s happiness, even if it means facing his bloodthirsty ex who wants to create an Army of Bloodeaters. It wasn’t easy, but Dante was ready to fight heaven and earth if it meant John could be safe.
The Prince’s Priest has everything you wish in a great story. Readers got a fantastic story, a brilliant protagonist, an antagonist that they will love to hate, and everything in between. Viceroy Falco was the man to beat and hate in the story, but wow, was he well-developed. From the moment he was introduced, and his connection with Dante was revealed, I could feel the charisma oozing from this man. Dante’s character was a little conflicted but determined to protect John at the same time. The chemistry between John and Dante was sizzling without being overbearing or overshadowing the plot. They were part of the main plot, but they have different stories to share with readers. The plot thickens towards the end, the mystery behind the “Madness” is revealed, and V.C. Willis does justice to complex characters that readers fall in love with. Perfect! Intriguing and fun!