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Princess Aliya is renowned throughout the land as the fairest maiden in the land. She is all that is beautiful and good in the land; fair of face, sweet with a giving heart and charming. The heirs to nearly every kingdom vowed to make her their wife and it was sure that war would break out.
In an effort to avert a war, Aliya’s father, King Andor decided to hold a tournament for the strongest and bravest kings and princes across the land. The winner of the tournament would be given his precious Aliya’s hand in marriage. Not every king was welcome, though. The lands ruled by the unnatural kings were not welcome to participate. When news of this insult reached King Talin of the tribe of the Golden Falcons he was angry enough to journey to King Andor’s castle in human form to see what was all the fuss about.
He did not want a human bride but he was insulted at the slight dealt to the unnatural people. Once he laid his eyes on the extraordinary Princess Aliya he is captivated and cannot resist spiriting her away to his home—not to be his queen but to be his concubine.
The Devil’s Concubine was an enchantingly sexy not-so-fairy tale. This beauty and the beast story starts out great, but doesn’t quite hold the reader’s attention afterward. Although it was an entertaining read it was easy to put it down and come back to it later.