No Man Can Tame
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A human princess. A dark-elf prince. A kiss of fire and powder.
After a failed courtship in an ally kingdom, twenty-one-year-old Princess Alessandra returns home to a land torn apart by mutual hatred between the humans and the dark-elves. The "Beast Princess," as Aless is known by courtiers, confidently sets her mind to ways of making peace, but her father has already decided for her: she is to marry one of the mysterious and monstrous dark-elves to forge a treaty, and go on a Royal Progress across the kingdom to flaunt their harmonious union. While she intends to preserve the peace, the Beast Princess has plans of her own.
Prince Veron has been raised knowing his life is not his own, but to be bargained away by his mother, the queen of Nozva Rozkveta, to strengthen the dark-elf queendom. When his mother tells him he is to marry a self-absorbed, vile human, he is determined to do his duty regardless of his personal feelings. After arriving at the human capital, he finds the "Beast Princess" rebellious and untamed—and not to be trusted.
Aless and Veron face opposition at every turn, with humans and dark-elves alike opposing the union violently, as well as their own feelings of dissonance toward each other. Can two people from cultures that despise one another fall in love? Can a marriage between them bond two opposing worlds together, or will it tear them apart for good?
If you like the fantasy and politics of Danielle L. Jensen’s Malediction Trilogy and the romance of Elizabeth Vaughan’s Chronicles of the Warlands, No Man Can Tame will lure you into its world and not let you go.
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No Man Can Tame
Loved the book! Aless, a human princess, is being used to seal a deal between humans and the dark elves, in marriage to Vernon, son of the Dark Elf Queen. Aless is rushed into the deal, and not too happy. She isn’t even allowed to stay until after her sister’s wedding, 2 days after hers. She is missing a lot of background, though. Vernon’s people are starving. They are leaving immediately with food. In return, they supply skilled troops to the humans. Once Aless has a better grasp of the situation, she proves skillful in integrating her new husband and his men into towns and villages in their progression to his home, for their second wedding. He is thoughtful, protective, and doesn’t push her. She offers astute advice. He listens, considers, and takes it. They open more and more to one another. Meanwhile, The Brotherhood, a renegade group, have been keeping hostilities lively.
The elements come together to show how prejudice works against peace, how we can learn to respect skills in others, and work together, and all of these outcomes can be facilitated by education!Lisa W