Sunday, February 2, 2014

Before Midnight (Book 1) (Blood Prince Series)

Before Midnight (Book 1) (Blood Prince Series) by Jennifer Blackstream

Loupe always dreamed of getting married. She yearned for a caring husband who would take her away from her servant-like existence at home with her stepmother and two stepsisters, a man who would love her forever. Those dreams ended the day she was bitten by a werewolf. Now she’s a mindless beast on the night of the full moon—a condition that forever prevents her from sharing a marriage bed. Not even the attentions of a handsome and endearingly strong prince can convince her that the life she wants is still possible. 

Etienne is a prince in need of a werewolf. A werewolf himself from birth, Etienne and his family have protected their kingdom with tooth and claw—literally—for thousands of years. Unfortunately, the spell of a well-meaning witch is slowly turning him human. Only the bite of a cursed werewolf, one who was not born with the beast inside, can save him from becoming human. He has no time for anything that will not lead him to a cure for the cure. Not even the beautiful maiden whose gentle nature soothes his soul can take his mind from his goal. 

Love cares little for the best laid plans or the impossible. A grand ball. The stroke of twelve. A magic “slipper.” All kinds of things can happen when you don’t leave the ball…Before Midnight.


4.0 out of 5 stars love itFebruary 2, 2014
This review is from: Before Midnight: A Romantic Retelling of Cinderella (Blood Prince Series Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
I really enjoyed this book. It was a different twist to the normal werewolf romance. Twisting full blooded shifters and cursed werewolves, the mix of magic and romance was enticing. This story held me from beginning to end and I can't wait to read about the other princes. I'm already a fan of Jennifer Blackstream from her Under His Skin novel and this book just keeps me a fan! Looking forward to her next one!
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