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A prince and a villain incapable of love: it wasn't supposed to be a love story... Separated from his family after an assassination attempt, Prince Eridan is rescued by the reclusive Order of monks who control High Hronthar, an isolated school for telepaths. Eridan believes he’s an ordinary orphan, one of hundreds of initiates of the Order trying to survive in a nest of int A prince and a villain incapable of love: it wasn't supposed to be a love story... Separated from his family after an assassination attempt, Prince Eridan is rescued by the reclusive Order of monks who control High Hronthar, an isolated school for telepaths. Eridan believes he’s an ordinary orphan, one of hundreds of initiates of the Order trying to survive in a nest of intrigue, rivalry, and corruption, but he’s more important than he knows. When Castien Idhron, the most powerful man in the Order, claims Eridan as his apprentice, Eridan’s confused and wary. Corrupt, heartless, and calculating, Castien plays with the lives of those around him as if they’re just a game. Eridan’s just another pawn. Eridan despises his Master, and yet he finds himself craving his attention and approval like a drug he can’t live without. Castien has never understood the concepts of kindness and love, but to his displeasure, his insolent apprentice has a way of getting under his skin like nothing else. Will the master manipulator win the game, or will he play himself? This book contains explicit content, a teacher-student MM relationship, power imbalance, age difference (35/21).


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A prince and a villain incapable of love: it wasn't supposed to be a love story... Separated from his family after an assassination attempt, Prince Eridan is rescued by the reclusive Order of monks who control High Hronthar, an isolated school for telepaths. Eridan believes he’s an ordinary orphan, one of hundreds of initiates of the Order trying to survive in a nest of int A prince and a villain incapable of love: it wasn't supposed to be a love story... Separated from his family after an assassination attempt, Prince Eridan is rescued by the reclusive Order of monks who control High Hronthar, an isolated school for telepaths. Eridan believes he’s an ordinary orphan, one of hundreds of initiates of the Order trying to survive in a nest of intrigue, rivalry, and corruption, but he’s more important than he knows. When Castien Idhron, the most powerful man in the Order, claims Eridan as his apprentice, Eridan’s confused and wary. Corrupt, heartless, and calculating, Castien plays with the lives of those around him as if they’re just a game. Eridan’s just another pawn. Eridan despises his Master, and yet he finds himself craving his attention and approval like a drug he can’t live without. Castien has never understood the concepts of kindness and love, but to his displeasure, his insolent apprentice has a way of getting under his skin like nothing else. Will the master manipulator win the game, or will he play himself? This book contains explicit content, a teacher-student MM relationship, power imbalance, age difference (35/21).

30 review for Prince's Master

  1. 5 out of 5

    Heather K (dentist in my spare time)

    *4.5 stars* Why is this series so addictive?? It doesn't make sense, but I could NOT put Prince's Master down. Ah, the magic of Alessandra Hazard. She throws in time jumps, a million POVs, a plot that is fairly confusing (don't read this as a stand-alone), but she has me, hook, line, and sinker. She grabs onto me with her sexy little stories of magic and mind-tricks and grumpy, grumpy masters and doesn't let me go. She is a sorceress, I swear. If you wanted Castien Idhron's story and were curiou *4.5 stars* Why is this series so addictive?? It doesn't make sense, but I could NOT put Prince's Master down. Ah, the magic of Alessandra Hazard. She throws in time jumps, a million POVs, a plot that is fairly confusing (don't read this as a stand-alone), but she has me, hook, line, and sinker. She grabs onto me with her sexy little stories of magic and mind-tricks and grumpy, grumpy masters and doesn't let me go. She is a sorceress, I swear. If you wanted Castien Idhron's story and were curious about him from the previous books, you will adore this story. True, there is sooooo much denial happening and so much manipulation, but I love a closed-off, hard-to-read male MC (yes, probably a huge internal flaw of mine... let's ignore that). The story kept me wanting to read more and more, and I just couldn't get enough of the dynamic between Castien and Eridan. And the sex... gah! Just one squirm-in-your-seat scene after another. *sigh*, Alessandra Hazard just gets me. Is this book technically perfect? No, not even close. Do I care? No, not even close. My only question is when is the next one coming out? goodreads|instagram|twitter|blog

  2. 4 out of 5

    ☆ Todd

    I thoroughly enjoyed all of the intrigue, plotting, and power play maneuvering in this latest story in the "Calluvia's Royalty" series. However, if you're looking for tons of romance and feels, this was most definitely *not* that book, mainly due to the fact that Master Castien Idhron had his emotions on Alcatraz-level lockdown. I loved how, as the story began, we got a backfill of information as to how Eridan and his brother's princely lives were irrevocably changed for nearly two decades, which I thoroughly enjoyed all of the intrigue, plotting, and power play maneuvering in this latest story in the "Calluvia's Royalty" series. However, if you're looking for tons of romance and feels, this was most definitely *not* that book, mainly due to the fact that Master Castien Idhron had his emotions on Alcatraz-level lockdown. I loved how, as the story began, we got a backfill of information as to how Eridan and his brother's princely lives were irrevocably changed for nearly two decades, which wasn't thoroughly fleshed out in the last book. I could have completely done without all of the self-lubrication talk of Eridan being a "throwback", but did appreciate how Hazard once again turned the telepathic act of mingling minds into something much steamier than I would've previously thought possible. My favorite parts of the book didn't come until around 85% in, when Eridan finally realized that his Master might not be capable of providing him with even the bare minimum of what he needed, but said Master also began to realize that maybe his regimented life and ambitions may no longer be enough for him anymore, either. So if the idea of a young, rebellious, exiled prince falling deeply in love with a seemingly-unfeeling, power-hungry leader in a group of planet-dominating telepaths sounds interesting to you, this might be a book that you would also enjoy. I'd rate it at around 4.25 stars and highly recommend it to anyone who has already read the first three books in the series. ** Note: These stories are extremely interlinked, so in my opinion, I don't believe that they should be read as standalone books. ----------------------------------------------- This book is *FREE* with Kindle Unlimited membership. See All My Latest Reads (Review Quick-Links) -----------------------------------------------

  3. 4 out of 5

    Elise ✘ a.k.a Ryder's Pet ✘

    Re-read: 22.03.2021 You can't blame me for wanting to re-read this one. I didn't remember that it was that long, but it was still an enjoyable read. ⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱*I Do Love Anti-Heroes*⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱ It's almost been two freaking months since I've read a book. Two months! A lot has been going in my life, and most if it hasn't been good - a week and a half ago I lost my oldest brother, this is the second time I've lost a brother - so I've struggled with concentration and focus and reading just wasn't pos Re-read: 22.03.2021 You can't blame me for wanting to re-read this one. I didn't remember that it was that long, but it was still an enjoyable read. ⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱*I Do Love Anti-Heroes*⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱ It's almost been two freaking months since I've read a book. Two months! A lot has been going in my life, and most if it hasn't been good - a week and a half ago I lost my oldest brother, this is the second time I've lost a brother - so I've struggled with concentration and focus and reading just wasn't possible. It was only fitting that a book by this author was what I would start with when starting to read again. The fourth book in the series centers around Master Castien Idhron (14 years older than Eridan), the High Adept of the High Hronthar, the Grandmaster of the P’gni Order, the Head Mind Healer: this man holds many titles, and Castien's apprentice, Eridan (18, turns 19, turns 20, turns 21, turns 22?), a Class 5 telepath. Castien's one of the most powerful men on the planet, got promoted after the death of his predecessor. Eridan grows up believing his family gave him up, feeling terribly alone and isolated, which probably has something to do with the fact that he becomes very attached to his cold and ruthless Master Idhron. He just can't help wanting him, needing him, even if his Master has warned him that he doesn't care for emotions. Overall, it's not shocking that I like this book. I mean, it's got a hot, sexy, powerful, alpha male anti-hero, a cute, sassy apprentice, a plot and sexy times. I do absolutely love anti-heroes, I do. This book is better than book two and three, though does not beat book one. I did however, not like the epilogue all that much. It just didn't fit. Also, I'm a little confused as to Castien's age. He should technically be way older when Eridan's eighteen, as Castien was seventeen when Eri was three, so something must've gone wrong when writing this... I do very much want more of this series, of this couple, but mostly I need more Harry as the little glimpse we're getting of him isn't enough... Facts: (view spoiler)[- Warrehn was ten at his disappearance, while Eridan was three after the Excellency, their aunt tried to have them killed as her own son would inherit the throne. - Castien was the youngest (17) certified mind adept the Order had ever produced, the youngest Master Acolyte, and the expectations for him were higher than for others. - Castien 'named' Eridan at the age of three so that it wouldn't raise people's eyebrows and realize that Eri/Eruadarhd is the Prince of the then recently deceased King and Queen-Consort of the Fifth Grand Clan. - The Idhron lineage was one of the oldest in the Order and famous for producing great Masters. - The Chapter was the ruling body of the Order. It consisted of twenty-two senior Masters, with the twenty-third member being the Grandmaster. All everyone knew was that the Chapter consisted of the most powerful Masters of the Order, though it wasn’t very clear whether “powerful” meant powerful telepathically or politically. Perhaps both. - Eridan has been preliminarily chosen by Master Idhron at age, and became a probationary apprentice at age 18. - Castien’s a Class 7, but becomes a Class 6 telepath after being around Eridan after two years, as Castien only got more powerful emotions are a liability that deteriorated the control over their telepathy. - Castien was seventeen when he became a Master Acolyte. He was Class 3 when he was seven years old. He was Class 4 by the time he was eleven. He was Class 5 by the time he was sixteen. Everyone else believes he's a Class 6. - Ksar is technically more powerful than Castien as he is 'born' a Class 7 but he has mostly raw power, isn't a mind healer, so he might be more powerful than Castien, but doesn't have a fraction of his knowledge and expertise. (hide spoiler)] Other Characters: (view spoiler)[→ Master Acolyte Ferev, an instructor for telekinesis. → Master Tethru, who becomes the Grandmaster of the Order after Grandmaster Kato's death after Eridan turns 20? (view spoiler)[Eridan killed him with telekinesis when he tried to rape him. (hide spoiler)] → Master Amara Ghyn Idhron (152), the eldest Master in the Chapter, the living leader of the Idhron lineage. → Javier, Master Idhron’s pleasure servant, a member of the servicing department. → Master Tker, specializes in meditation. → Master Zaid Idhron, a prominent Master and a member of the Chapter, part of the Idhron lineage. → Master Sylas, a wiper, who is a part of the Order technically, but he has long stopped coming there and ceased all communications with them. He has made it clear that he does not want to be part of the organization anymore. (view spoiler)[It is revealed that Mehmer is marrying Sylas. (hide spoiler)] → Kyran, a former apprentice of Master Blaine who was transferred to the servicing department because of his relationship with his Master. → Irrene, a servant, Castien's secretary when he becomes the Grandmaster. → Sirri, friend of Rohan and from Tai’Lehr. Lord Georg Tai’Lehr, her uncle? A Class 5 telepath. → The regent of the Fifth Grand Clan, Dalatteya’il’zaver. Her son Prince Samir who was set to be the king of the clan as the Crown Prince Warrehn ‘War’ (29?) and his brother Prince Eruadarhd was kidnapped eighteen years ago and never found until last book of the series. Lady Dalatteya was the princes' aunt. No news of Warrehn's brother, assumed dead. Warrehn is a Class 6 telepath. → Ksar’ngh’chaali ‘Ksar’ (31), the Crown Prince of the Second Grand Clan and a Lord Chancellor of the Ministry of Intergalactic Affairs and Prince Seyn’ngh’veighli ‘Seyn’ (23, turns 24?) of the Third Grand Clan. <- Main characters in second book of the series. Ksar is a Class 7 telepath? → Jamil’ngh’veighli (33) the Crown Prince of Third Grand Clan of Calluvia and his mate Rohan’ngh’lavere, the governor of Tai’Lehr, the leader of the ‘rebels,’. <- Main characters in three book of the series. → Mehmer, Jamil's bondmate who was believed dead in Jamil's book. → Queen Janesh (67) and Queen-Consort Faryda, Jamil's mothers. → Princess Tmynne’shni’veighli, the Third Royal House heir to the direct line; as far as everyone was concerned, Tmynne was the daughter of Jamil and his deceased husband. Though in truth, she is the child of Jamil and Rohan. → Prince Harht’ngh’chaali (23 in Calluvian years, 18/19 in Terran (human) years) of the Second Grand Clan, goes by ‘Harry Calluvianen’ on Earth, and Adam Crawford (27), a financial analyst. <- Main characters in first book of the series. (hide spoiler)] Quick basic facts: Genre: - (Adult?) Science Fiction/Romance (M/M). Series: - Series, (It Can Be Read As A Standalone, But I Advice Against It), Book Four. Love triangle? - (view spoiler)[No. (hide spoiler)] Cheating? - (view spoiler)[No. (hide spoiler)] HEA? - (view spoiler)[Yes, for the couple. (hide spoiler)] Favorite character? - Castien Idhron. Would I read more by this author/or of series? - Yes. Would I recommend this book/series? - Yes. Will I read this again in the future? - Probably. Rating - 3.5 stars. Review before reading: An anti-hero? Count me in ;) Please come out soon!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Rachel (LoverofTBR)

    Rating 3.75 – 4 ‘apprentice mine’ 🌟 Review Alessandra Hazard never fails to entertain me with her books or make me swoon over the couples in the books! Just the fact that I have pretty much read all her books (and there are a lot of them) is a good indication that I always look forward to reading M/M romances by her. It’s not because her works are literary masterpieces or have a well-thought out plots, but it’s because she never fails to deliver on what she promises – well done M/M opposites Rating 3.75 – 4 ‘apprentice mine’ 🌟 Review Alessandra Hazard never fails to entertain me with her books or make me swoon over the couples in the books! Just the fact that I have pretty much read all her books (and there are a lot of them) is a good indication that I always look forward to reading M/M romances by her. It’s not because her works are literary masterpieces or have a well-thought out plots, but it’s because she never fails to deliver on what she promises – well done M/M opposites attract tropes with swoon-worthy chemistry between MCs topped with captivating writing with moderate angst and drama. Prince’s Master was no different. Castien Idhron didn’t like children. They were loud, obnoxious, and whiny: qualities he had no patience for. Prince’s Master is set in the same world as her Calluvia’s Royalty series, but it is the first book in her new Masters series. It starts with a seventeen-year-old Castien Idhron being entrusted with the life of a three-year-old prince of the Fifth Grand Clan, one of the twelve royal families of their planet. Castien being the cold, emotionless, and heartless bastard that he is, erases the prince’s memories and gives him a new identity of Eridan so he can later use the prince as a pawn to attain more political power. Castien wasn’t a good man. Eridan had been right to suspect him of being a cold-hearted, manipulative bastard; he was that, and more. The better Eridan had come to know him, the more confirmation of Castien’s ruthlessness he had gotten. Castien promptly hands over the three year old to the Overseer to start an education to become a telepath and continues to avoid Eridan until Eridan is eighteen years old when series of events result in Castien officially claiming Eridan as his apprentice. Cold and ruthless Castien is easily irritated by Eridan, who wears his emotions on his sleeve, especially when Eridan’s actions start chipping at the powerful reputation Castien has managed to build in the Order. This leads to hostility and animosity between two, but also something more intense, attraction. Castien’s mind wrapped around him tightly, shielding him from others, and Eridan almost sobbed from how good it felt after so long. “Master,” he whispered with parched lips, falling against a broad chest and clinging. Castien and Eridan’s story was literally years in the making and normally I don’t like when the build-up is stretched out too long, but I thought it was well done and appropriate for this book. The journey of their hostility slowly turning to mutual attraction and more was very gratifying. I also don’t like when one MC is very dependent and clingy to the other MC, but Eridan is an exception. I loved how much Eridan needed his Master and how Castien was possessive of his apprentice and his need to be everything Eridan wants. It was so warming and entertaining to read how the ‘insolent spoiled brat’ Eridan managed to make ‘cold and sociopathic’ Castien feel for him. His Master had always taken care of him…The question was, did the bad outweigh the good? There are two prominent reasons why this wasn’t a perfect read for me though. First, Castien and Eridan’s relationship was intense and steamy, but the level of steaminess wasn’t as high as other Alessandra Hazard’s books. After all the buildup for their relationship, I just expected a little more when they gave into their desires. Second, for all the self-doubt and restrictions that Castien made Eridan live through, I wanted more groveling from Castien at the end. Overall, this was still an entertaining read and a great addition to the books in this world! The combination of age-gap romance, the taboo aspect of their relationship, and the opposites attract trope was well done.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Danika

    Can't wait! This gives me Just a Bit Wrong vibes. Or maybe Just a Bit Ruthless vibes? And the cover gives me fantasy & magic vibes! ------ UPDATED June 10th: I was right that this book ended up reminding me of Just a Bit Ruthless. It's as good, probably better! It's essentially a teacher/student relationship, a very deep, intense one. It's slow burn, but the wait for sex was totally worth it!! This is my favorite Alessandra Hazard book now. Loved this so much, Castien and Eridan were perfect for ea Can't wait! This gives me Just a Bit Wrong vibes. Or maybe Just a Bit Ruthless vibes? And the cover gives me fantasy & magic vibes! ------ UPDATED June 10th: I was right that this book ended up reminding me of Just a Bit Ruthless. It's as good, probably better! It's essentially a teacher/student relationship, a very deep, intense one. It's slow burn, but the wait for sex was totally worth it!! This is my favorite Alessandra Hazard book now. Loved this so much, Castien and Eridan were perfect for each other. Their sheer chemistry and longing was amazing. And the epilogue was adorable! Now I don't know what book I'm looking forward to more: Warrehn's or Zaid's. ps. heh I think I'll never be able to hear the word "Master" without thinking about Castien.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Harumi

    “I FIND THAT I DISLIKE LIVING IN A WORLD WHERE YOU DO NOT REMEMBER ME.” nobody can write anti heroes like alessandra does and certainly nobody can make me feel so many things like she does. The whole plot its sensational I enjoyed it a lot and I think the rhythm for such a long book it's very good personally never felt it heavy. Eridan surprised me in a very good way, even with his submissive side with his master he was so strong and never take less than what he deserve. His smartness, god I love t “I FIND THAT I DISLIKE LIVING IN A WORLD WHERE YOU DO NOT REMEMBER ME.” nobody can write anti heroes like alessandra does and certainly nobody can make me feel so many things like she does. The whole plot its sensational I enjoyed it a lot and I think the rhythm for such a long book it's very good personally never felt it heavy. Eridan surprised me in a very good way, even with his submissive side with his master he was so strong and never take less than what he deserve. His smartness, god I love the way he really learnt and learnt and grown up in someone so perceptive and nothing foolish. And what can I say about Castien? I love him to no one's surprise lol I've always love the way alessandra write anti heroes, the obsessive and territorial type always makes me weak and someone so powerful and ruthless like Castien is a win. Ok now the thing tha bothers me the most; the lacking POV of Castien. every new chapter I was hoping to read it in his POV but never happen until it happens and yes it's beautiful but very short. I love how in this series each new book it's bigger better and just more captivating. I can't wait for Warrehn’s one because I've adore him so far and what about the new book "Unnatural" G O D alessandra is gonna give us an omegaverse series I can't believe it I'm so excited. thank you Alessandra for giving us so much, never stop writing ♡

  7. 4 out of 5

    ☆ Todd

    I thoroughly enjoyed all of the intrigue, plotting, and power play maneuvering in this latest story in the "Calluvia's Royalty" series. However, if you're looking for tons of romance and feels, this was most definitely *not* that book, mainly due to the fact that Master Castien Idhron had his emotions on Alcatraz-level lockdown. I loved how, as the story began, we got a backfill of information as to how Eridan and his brother's princely lives were irrevocably changed for nearly two decades, which I thoroughly enjoyed all of the intrigue, plotting, and power play maneuvering in this latest story in the "Calluvia's Royalty" series. However, if you're looking for tons of romance and feels, this was most definitely *not* that book, mainly due to the fact that Master Castien Idhron had his emotions on Alcatraz-level lockdown. I loved how, as the story began, we got a backfill of information as to how Eridan and his brother's princely lives were irrevocably changed for nearly two decades, which wasn't thoroughly fleshed out in the last book. I could have completely done without all of the self-lubrication talk of Eridan being a "throwback", but did appreciate how Hazard once again turned the telepathic act of mingling minds into something much steamier than I would've previously thought possible. My favorite parts of the book didn't come until around 85% in, when Eridan finally realized that his Master might not be capable of providing him with even the bare minimum of what he needed, but said Master also began to realize that maybe his regimented life and ambitions may no longer be enough for him anymore, either. So if the idea of a young, rebellious, exiled prince falling deeply in love with a seemingly-unfeeling, power-hungry leader in a group of planet-dominating telepaths sounds interesting to you, this might be a book that you would also enjoy. I'd rate it at around 4.25 stars and highly recommend it to anyone who has already read the first three books in the series. ** Note: These stories are extremely interlinked, so in my opinion, I don't believe that they should be read as standalone books. ----------------------------------------------- This book is *FREE* with Kindle Unlimited membership. See All My Latest Reads (Review Quick-Links) -----------------------------------------------

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lorraine Lesar

    Not in the same class as the others in the Series, but still enjoyable. Eridan shone and stole the show. Castien was just an arsehole.

  9. 5 out of 5

    haletostilinski

    I remember at the end of the third book, it said that the fourth in this series would be about Castien and Eridan and I wondered how on earth this author would redeem Castien enough for us to like him as well as his and Eridan's apparent love story. Now, the author didn't exactly redeem Castien, but in a similar way to the second book with Ksar, she made Castien a bit of a lovable bastard. Or at least, lovable with Eridan. In this we get the origins of how Eridan came to be with Castien as the ma I remember at the end of the third book, it said that the fourth in this series would be about Castien and Eridan and I wondered how on earth this author would redeem Castien enough for us to like him as well as his and Eridan's apparent love story. Now, the author didn't exactly redeem Castien, but in a similar way to the second book with Ksar, she made Castien a bit of a lovable bastard. Or at least, lovable with Eridan. In this we get the origins of how Eridan came to be with Castien as the master to Eridan's apprentice in the first place. See, Eridan is actually the younger brother of Warrehn who we meet briefly in Book 3 as close friends with Rohan, Jamil's LI. And Warrehn is the crown prince of the 5th grand clan, and Eridan is his younger brother, also a prince. When Warrehn overhears their guards talking about kill Warrehn and his little brother, he runs, all of 10 years old, with his 3-year-old brother Eridan, and along the way they run into a 17-year-old Castien who is in a flying helicopter-type deal that only seats one...and so Warrehn asks only that Castien take his younger brother, who can sit in Castien's lap in the small flying vehicle. Thus how Eridan ends up in the Order. He only sees Castien once before he is 18, and once he is 18, circumstances arise in which Castien basically has to take on Eridan, only he does so on a trial basis... We get to understand in this one why Castien seems so horrible, and how he has become so powerful, and what he did to attain that power. At first, they both hate each other. But over time, Eridan...slowly gains attachment to Castien, which slowly turns into more over time. Castien seems to not be affected by Eridan, to not gain feelings, but as time goes by, as the story goes by, we see how wrong that is. These two go through some rollercoasters. Castien doesn't make things easy, that's for sure, and Eridan is a force of nature on his own. And when it finally comes to light who Warrehn is, and thus who Eridan is, things change and get more complicated for these two. Add in Castien's apparent lack of feelings, as well as apparent manipulations and scheming, and yeah, these two have a rough road before they get their HEA, which does come. And seeing these two get to where they are from where they started is amazing, and I loved reading their journey. And no, I didn't hate Castien....of course this author could take a seemingly unredeemable bastard of character and make them redeemable in some ways, and make them likable somehow...I felt like Eridan, finding myself liking Castien even though I had no idea why. For most of this, Castien seems like an unfeeling bastard. But then...there are times...times where he clearly shows he cares about Eridan despite it all, despite the odds, and eventually, that he loves Eridan, and that...well, of course I loved that Eridan was everything to Castien and basically the only one he loved and *swoon* I love me some of that, you know...when an asshole character who is shitty to everyone else is wonderful (eventually) and affectionate and loving with that one character. Gets me every time. And of course the UST was amazing in this, which made when they gave in all the sweeter. So. Damn. HOT. I HIGHLY recommend this. I absolutely loved it. I loved Castien and Eridan together, and they were definitely imperfect men perfect for each other. I cannot wait for the next in this series (Warrehn gets his HEA, woot woot!) and the next in the Masters series. Bring it! Two massive thumbs up!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ariana

    Castien: a “cold, heartless and manipulative bastard” and definitely not a good man. “Emotions are a liability, and I have eradicated most of them.” Eridan: “too emotional, too temperamental, too proud, too squeamish.” Ruled by his feelings and cute with his cheeky charm. 14 years younger than Castien. Two very very different men. We met Castien Idhron as a highly influential man with a powerful, telepathic mind in previous books. He was always distant and ice-cold. Of course, this is exactly what ma Castien: a “cold, heartless and manipulative bastard” and definitely not a good man. “Emotions are a liability, and I have eradicated most of them.” Eridan: “too emotional, too temperamental, too proud, too squeamish.” Ruled by his feelings and cute with his cheeky charm. 14 years younger than Castien. Two very very different men. We met Castien Idhron as a highly influential man with a powerful, telepathic mind in previous books. He was always distant and ice-cold. Of course, this is exactly what makes this book interesting. Who is the man that cracks those stony walls? How does he do it? Well, it’s certainly a very lengthy procedure, and I couldn’t help feeling utterly sorry for Eridan. He gets shot down again and again (and again) when he seeks his master’s closeness. The thing is, he’s fully aware what he is letting himself in for, and yet he can’t give up. Alessandra Hazard does a very good job of showing how Eridan relentlessly chips away at the frozen walls Castien has skillfully put up around him, and it was fun seeing the hairline cracks developing into big fat ravines. Although we only get Eridan’s POV we know that Castien is affected by the young man, and that it gets continually harder and harder to resist him. They have, after all, highly compatible minds, a thing I really loved in book 3, too, which is so intimate it’s virtually more intense than sex. The plot, interestingly, does not follow what one might have expected. A couple of surprising and very welcome plot twists added a good bit of tension in the last third of the book, and I was left wondering how on earth this could ‘work out’. Needless to say, it does and in a very nice way, but don’t expect Castien to change into a knight in shining armour! (Ha!) This was another fun instalment in this series. I really enjoyed all the books so far and will be looking forward to more!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jewel

    I have a bit of a conundrum here. Prince's Master is an integral part of this series and the storytelling was really well done and it was interwoven quite well with the rest of the series. However, I didn't enjoy the first 80% at all. In fact, I kind of hated it. Castien was not a sympathetic character, and I never got past Eridan being more than Castien's pawn...until I did, and then whoa. Here I was, ready to give this story 2 stars and then BAM! Castien actually shows a little humanity, and w I have a bit of a conundrum here. Prince's Master is an integral part of this series and the storytelling was really well done and it was interwoven quite well with the rest of the series. However, I didn't enjoy the first 80% at all. In fact, I kind of hated it. Castien was not a sympathetic character, and I never got past Eridan being more than Castien's pawn...until I did, and then whoa. Here I was, ready to give this story 2 stars and then BAM! Castien actually shows a little humanity, and we get to see who he really is.  Now, I don't want you to think that Castien does a total 180, and all of a sudden everything is kittens and rainbows, because he doesn't and it isn't. That would be hella unrealistic, even for a sci-fi novel. What he does do, though, is show that he's not totally that sociopath he's aspired to be all his life. Maybe someday he'll relearn how to deal with his emotions. Until then, Prince's Master takes emotionally unavailable to a whole new level.  Castien Idhron is a member of the High Hronthar Order, a group of telepaths who are the equivalent of a powerful religious sect and essentially hold all the real power on Calluvia. Everyone thinks they are a selfless group of monks who are just looking out for everyone's interests, while reality is extremely different (very much like the major religions here, today, except it's just ONE). They are power hungry, greedy people, who manipulate everyone around them for their own gain, and have been doing so for a thousand years. Castien takes it even further. He has spent his entire life training his telepathic abilities to become stronger, so that he can gain more power and he is a master manipulator, even among his peers in the Order. Two decades ago, Castien rescued a toddler prince from those that meant him harm and he brought the child to the initiates to be raised among them and has kept the boy's identity secret - even from the boy - and bided his time for the right moment when the prince would be a useful tool. Such an upstanding good guy, Castien is...not. Eridan was an emotionally starved child and then young man. He has longed for someone to love him, to protect him, to want him, but all of that was always withheld, to the point I think he would have latched onto anyone that showed him even the slightest favor, which is exactly what happened, at first.  After years being Castien's apprentice, Eridan might know the score, but he is an emotional being at heart, and that means he makes some awful choices when it comes to himself, because his self-worth is, frankly, lacking. Or at least that's how it seemed for a big portion of the book. Eridan, however, is stronger than I gave him credit for. The fortitude he shows later makes it clear that I was wrong, at least about him. Hell, I was wrong about so much. And while, I think, Eridan could do better than a man who is so incapable of feeling deep emotion that he's essentially a sociopath, someone better than a man who blamed Eirdan when others victimized him, Castien did actually care. It took me a long time to see it, but he really did. He just didn't want to and he did his level best to push Eridan away. For the first 80%, though, I wanted to strangle Castien. He was cold and often cruel. Once his resolve started to weaken, I was able to look back and see that, while he aspired to be as unfeeling as a sociopath, he wasn't naturally so.  "I tried to be kind. To do the ‘right’ thing. But kindness does not come naturally to me. I am a selfish man.” He won me over, dammit. 

  12. 5 out of 5

    Eva ☆

    I just love Alessandra Hazard's books. Her books are pretty pointless, and by that I mean that you will not learn anything from them, you will not finish reading and think "I learned a great lesson in life" or something, and that is completely okay, not all books have to be politically correct or have intellectual content, her books are just fun, hot and honestly I love how her characters are needy, raw and full of emotions. This book is about Eri and Castien, the book starts with Castien finding I just love Alessandra Hazard's books. Her books are pretty pointless, and by that I mean that you will not learn anything from them, you will not finish reading and think "I learned a great lesson in life" or something, and that is completely okay, not all books have to be politically correct or have intellectual content, her books are just fun, hot and honestly I love how her characters are needy, raw and full of emotions. This book is about Eri and Castien, the book starts with Castien finding two children lost in the woods, the older one passes the youngest child into Castien's ship and asks him to take care of him because he is the prince of one of the great clans and soon after that the older child runs away ... Castien finds himself stuck with this child and really confirms that that child is Prince Eri, Castien is a greedy son of a cookie so he takes Prince Eri to the Order, a secret association in which he is a member and although he has only 17 years old, he already has a respectful position. Castien intends to make Eri take the place as king when he is 25 and thus have permanent support and everything else he wants from this clan, but when emotions start to emerge Castien sees that maybe this plan is not so easy. We see the relationship between them developing over the years, yes, years and i was here for it. I think this was the book with the most pages I read from Alessandra Hazard, normally her books are shorter but I was so into the story that I didn't care. I need more books from her! Also, I want her books on Audible, why none of her books was an audiobook? Aff, I need it and for now! Rating: 4.5 Stars. Steam: 7 out of 10. Triggers: (view spoiler)[ None (hide spoiler)] Love Triangle: (view spoiler)[ No (hide spoiler)] Cheating: (view spoiler)[ No (hide spoiler)] HEA: (view spoiler)[ Yes (hide spoiler)]

  13. 5 out of 5

    Vanna

    4.5 😍Loved-this-anti-hero-sci-fi-royalty-romance Stars!! 💕🤩 Honestly speaking despite how much I had loved the previous book, I had forgotten the nitty gritty of the mind games 😳, mind pleasures😍 and political warfare the book had unleashed, so after doing a quick re-read I jumped into this and was immediately hooked.😳 Castien Idhron is an unlikable man, even he knows that. That is a small price compared to his ambition. Even at 17, when he's a Master Acolyte in the Order his goal of world domin 4.5 😍Loved-this-anti-hero-sci-fi-royalty-romance Stars!! 💕🤩 Honestly speaking despite how much I had loved the previous book, I had forgotten the nitty gritty of the mind games 😳, mind pleasures😍 and political warfare the book had unleashed, so after doing a quick re-read I jumped into this and was immediately hooked.😳 Castien Idhron is an unlikable man, even he knows that. That is a small price compared to his ambition. Even at 17, when he's a Master Acolyte in the Order his goal of world domination in not far from his focus. When he is given the responsibility of rescuing a 3 year old toddler (Prince Eridan), he immediately grasps the value of the life he is saving and plans for a future no one could even fathom at the time. Eridan grows up in the Order like other orphaned boys and girls not knowing his true identity, except the knowledge that he was pre-selected by Master Idhron when he was just a child. Fast forward a few years Eridan, now an Apprentice under Master Castien Idhron (now a Grandmaster and High Adept of the High Hronthar) is unlike any other apprentice at the Order, he's emotional, chatty and too attached to his "Master". Much as he tries to fight his neediness and attraction towards Castien, knowing that his unemotional Master can never reciprocate, he is helpless💞. When his identity is disclosed finally and Castien's plan unravels, can Eridan forgive his Master for the part he played in keeping him unaware of his destiny? 💔Can Castien look beyond his political ambitions and accept that emotions can be a weakness, but they still make him happy and content? 💘 This book takes a deep dive into The Order; the different classes, the power struggle and of course the mind games😳. I liked how Ms. Hazard has built this world and the more we know, the more complex it gets 😬. This book also has a little bit of the Stockholm Syndrome going on where Eridan knows that Castien is an immoral person, but he is his immoral person so he doesn't care 😍. The book is steamy but not like the previous two books, and obviously there is lot of mental intimacy ❤️which in some ways is even more steamy than regular sex 😉 All in all, this is another gem from Ms. Hazard. Highly recommended!! 👍👍 (But this is not a standalone, the stories in the series are all interconnected with some overlap) Looking forward to Warrehn's story😍 But 2021??!! Really??!! 😱😱

  14. 5 out of 5

    Gerbera_Reads

    And the Calluvia series is back, and this time it's with the most manipulative anti hero who finally meets his match! Ms Hazard has a knack for taking the absolute worst character and peeling all the layers to the bright center within. From previous books High Adept Castien Idhron seemed so evil and even corrupt, but those robes of his hid way more than cunning mind and secrets, they protected the man who locked away his emotions so deep that it took love so strong and immeasurable to break thro And the Calluvia series is back, and this time it's with the most manipulative anti hero who finally meets his match! Ms Hazard has a knack for taking the absolute worst character and peeling all the layers to the bright center within. From previous books High Adept Castien Idhron seemed so evil and even corrupt, but those robes of his hid way more than cunning mind and secrets, they protected the man who locked away his emotions so deep that it took love so strong and immeasurable to break through. Eridan's journey was even tougher but he needed to go through it all to see Castien and all that he was and wasn't. Eri was all the emotions that Castien wasn't, and together they completed each other. The story was told through multiple POVs spanning decades and showed different stages of both Eri and Castien's lives, how their emotions evolved and strengthened. There were timelines that overlapped with previous books explaining certain events that until now were a little murky. Now everything made sense. I loved reading about life in High Hronthar, all the ins and outs of adepts's lives and what it took to become a Master. Ms Hazard wrote an engrossing story with vivid descriptions and sharp refreshing dialogues. We saw Castien through Eli's eyes since Castien only had POV on two occasions: in the beginning and in the end, and the difference was astounding. There was so much angst but at the same time so much love and quiet affection. It was quite something to see a strong emotionally distant man to show his emotions, the smallest gesture to indicate the greatest turmoil, the formal stiff words to express most ardent tenderness. I loved it aaaaaaaaaallllllll!!!!!!!! Well paced, emotionally intense, rich on intrigue and with an amazing cast of characters the story was so worth the wait!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rehema Ochieng

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. When is the book going out. Alessandra i have to admit that That you are the best gay book series writer ever and the second best is Avril Ashton . Thank you Alessandra Hazard,hope you live long and healthy to continue writing your wonderful books.cause you are the best author ever i mean for gay books

  16. 5 out of 5

    W.

    Not my favorite but still a good story Until this book, the Calluvia's Royalty series have been , for me , outstanding and über entertaining reads. Starting with quirky , precious Harry and faithful, all around good guy Adam in That Alien Felling , book 1. Followed by Ksar and Seyn passionate, meaningful enemies to lovers saga in Irresistible Poison, book 2. Continued with the emotional, against all odds, taboo romance between Rohan and Jamil, in Once upon a time in Calluvia, book 3 . So much so, h Not my favorite but still a good story Until this book, the Calluvia's Royalty series have been , for me , outstanding and über entertaining reads. Starting with quirky , precious Harry and faithful, all around good guy Adam in That Alien Felling , book 1. Followed by Ksar and Seyn passionate, meaningful enemies to lovers saga in Irresistible Poison, book 2. Continued with the emotional, against all odds, taboo romance between Rohan and Jamil, in Once upon a time in Calluvia, book 3 . So much so, have re-read them few times. But something happened with Prince's Master , book 4 . Could it be , Castien never truly redeem himself? After all, he has been the biggest -dick - antagonist in all books. Or/and could it be, poor Eridan had to change who he was in order to appease others and find happiness ? Both? Neither? Something else altogether? I come to expect certain level of fabulousness from this author, this was just Okay. With all that said, I love the Calluvia's Universe Alessandra Hazard created and I am looking forward reading all the upcoming books from this series and the possible Spin-off series. #Amazon #KU #KindleFire #ReadOn2020

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kelsie ♡

    4.5 Stars I loved this. It could be up your alley if you also enjoy: - enemies to lovers - boss/authority figure dynamic - angry sex - a mouthy MC - An emotionally stunted MC who doesn’t have a 180 degree personality change and is morally ambiguous at best I’m so glad Castien stayed true to who he was; even though it was frustrating. So many times authors try to write the “closed off” characters that turn into a sap as soon as the relationship starts and that’s always struck me as so unbelievable. I c 4.5 Stars I loved this. It could be up your alley if you also enjoy: - enemies to lovers - boss/authority figure dynamic - angry sex - a mouthy MC - An emotionally stunted MC who doesn’t have a 180 degree personality change and is morally ambiguous at best I’m so glad Castien stayed true to who he was; even though it was frustrating. So many times authors try to write the “closed off” characters that turn into a sap as soon as the relationship starts and that’s always struck me as so unbelievable. I can come off as a cold person, I hate expressing my feelings, and that’s never going to magically go away. “At last, Idhron said stiffly, “I find that I dislike living in a world where you do not remember me.” Something rueful and self-deprecating appeared in his telepathic presence. “Apparently, I am that selfish. I need you to need me. Therefore, calling your… love for me unrequited is not accurate. It is very much requited.” I also loved Edrian and his strong will and bratty tendencies. He never stopped pushing his boundaries or Castien’s patience. “Eridan scoffed, turning away. “I need words, Castien. Your ‘I don’t feel emotion’ shit isn’t going to cut it anymore. Talk or leave me alone.” My only real complaint is that it wasn’t longer. I just wanted more of them and their bickering. Also maybe a bigger peak inside Castien’s head, and for the Javier character to not exist. 😂 Looking forward to Warrehn’s story for sure!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Al *the semi serial series skipper*

    Guilty pleasure, thine name is Alessandra Hazard. I enjoyed this book so much. I remembered Castien from Ksar and Seyn's book and even then he was something to behold. Reading his story put a smile on my face. I loved Eridan as well, so cute! Can't wait for the next book and the next series, especially after reading that snippet. I'm already in love with Hayden and Royce. Guilty pleasure, thine name is Alessandra Hazard. I enjoyed this book so much. I remembered Castien from Ksar and Seyn's book and even then he was something to behold. Reading his story put a smile on my face. I loved Eridan as well, so cute! Can't wait for the next book and the next series, especially after reading that snippet. I'm already in love with Hayden and Royce.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kat

    It's been 84 years.... But seriously, it's been a sad couple of years in which I felt very few fangirlish feels about the m/m books I still bothered to read. Prince's Master however... If JJ hadn't prepared me for its awesomeness, I would be blown-away. Who am I kidding? This was such an engrossing read, starring a ruthless and cold political powerhouse of an MC that I was pretty sure Hazard, with her tendency to get lost in sugary sweetness, wouldn't be able to pull off. I was wrong (well, apar It's been 84 years.... But seriously, it's been a sad couple of years in which I felt very few fangirlish feels about the m/m books I still bothered to read. Prince's Master however... If JJ hadn't prepared me for its awesomeness, I would be blown-away. Who am I kidding? This was such an engrossing read, starring a ruthless and cold political powerhouse of an MC that I was pretty sure Hazard, with her tendency to get lost in sugary sweetness, wouldn't be able to pull off. I was wrong (well, apart from the tacky epilogue, but I'm forgiving). The beautifully desperate UST between twisted, controlling asshole anti-hero Castien Idhron and the endearing bubbly Eridan was perfectly spun-out. Their delicately shifting power imbalance (teacher/student trope) pushed my buttons very nicely throughout. Combined with a dash of political intrigue, nicely interwoven plot-threads from the previous 2 books in the series, and an avalanche of angst and feels that pulled at my heartstrings, Prince's Master really is something else: a new favorite in spite of somewhat lacking in overall depth. And Hazard is an author I'll definitely keep an eye on from now on.

  20. 4 out of 5

    True Loveislovereview

    5+++ story Castien and Eridan Oh, my freaking goodness, what a stunning story, I was floored by it. In the beginning, I needed to pull out all the stops. A lot of names, ranks, orders to take in. Eridan was handed over by his brother to a complete stranger. Castien Idhron took him because it seems fair, else the little three-year-old Prince would be killed. He has to follow years of education before Eridan could return to Master Castien as his apprentice. Eridan is special, a strong telepath, high 5+++ story Castien and Eridan Oh, my freaking goodness, what a stunning story, I was floored by it. In the beginning, I needed to pull out all the stops. A lot of names, ranks, orders to take in. Eridan was handed over by his brother to a complete stranger. Castien Idhron took him because it seems fair, else the little three-year-old Prince would be killed. He has to follow years of education before Eridan could return to Master Castien as his apprentice. Eridan is special, a strong telepath, high sensitive, and has to learn to use his mind. Castien seems to be the highest classified telepath with a closed-off, icy exterior, he’s a cold-hearted, manipulative bastard, eradicating any strong emotions. “Our minds are very compatible,” Idhron said in distaste. “It is unfortunate, but there is nothing we can do about it.” The high and mighty Castien is confused by Eridan’s attitude. He feels impossible emotions. He fights against them. But they are so compatible! Eridan only wants to be loved and cared for by his cold and distant Castien My heart pummeled more than once for Eridan, he’s lonely, without friends and only with a cold-hearted master beside him. His master who can reach every detail in his mind. Still, he doesn’t give Eridan what he needs most, a full merge and consummate. Offering himself to Castien and consistently denied hurts him deeply. And hurt let him make bad decisions. If Master doesn’t want him he’ll find someone else, maybe it will trigger Castien! On the other side of Castien’s extremely cold exterior is the even more extreme, more intensity of Castien hunger, want, own, and yearn to possess Eridan. An extremely beautiful written story. With high qualified telepaths, lost and found family, royalty, orders, lots of delicious encounters. This narrative had an amazingly good strong plot. The environments were breathtaking, absolutely breathtaking. The sexual and telepath encounters were utterly ecstatic! The sky-high tensions and emotions were intensely palpable it made my lightheaded. Impossible to describe the whole content but dear people: We got a winner!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Virginia Cavanillas

    Deliciously angsty and addictive. Alessandra Hazard writes need and rejection like the master she is. And the drama in this one? LOVED IT Jumping into the spinoff: Unnatural Deliciously angsty and addictive. Alessandra Hazard writes need and rejection like the master she is. And the drama in this one? LOVED IT Jumping into the spinoff: Unnatural

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mirjam

    Part of the Calluvia's Royalty Series that is best enjoyed when read in order: Part of the Calluvia's Royalty Series that is best enjoyed when read in order:

  23. 5 out of 5

    Naye

    Summer is way too far I need this book now!! Antiheroes books are my weakness. ANY BOOK BY ALESSANDRA IS MY WEAKNESS!!!!! UPDATED! Masterpiece!! First of all WOW!! The book exceeded all my expectations I enjoyed every second of it!! The Calluvia’s world continues to be very fascinating and in this book we get to know more about it and we’re introduced to the High Hronthar (I totally loved all the descriptions)! it’s an amazing little world. I loved to see Ksar and Rohan there too! If you’re looking f Summer is way too far I need this book now!! Antiheroes books are my weakness. ANY BOOK BY ALESSANDRA IS MY WEAKNESS!!!!! UPDATED! Masterpiece!! First of all WOW!! The book exceeded all my expectations I enjoyed every second of it!! The Calluvia’s world continues to be very fascinating and in this book we get to know more about it and we’re introduced to the High Hronthar (I totally loved all the descriptions)! it’s an amazing little world. I loved to see Ksar and Rohan there too! If you’re looking for an enemies to lovers book this’s the one!! Castien and Eridan are just made for each other even if they don’t know it at the beginning hehe! At some moments I wanted to smack Castien but as the story progress he ends up winning your love. He has that alpha/possessive personality that I love. Eridan is just adorable and snarky you just can’t resist him!! The ending was just perfect!! Alessandra did it again. Another amazing book! Very recommended!!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Raphiae

    not my most fav in the series

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer☠Pher☠

    I dunno about this one. It did not go as I expected and I'm not sure if I'm upset by that or more intrigued. I think if this had just been book 1 of the new Masters Series I'd feel better about it but since it is also book 4 of the Calluvia's Royalty series I expected a slightly different outcome. I don't think I am disappointed though. I ended up feeling exactly as I should at the end I think. Happy of course. I think Once Upon a Time is my favorite...so far. I dunno about this one. It did not go as I expected and I'm not sure if I'm upset by that or more intrigued. I think if this had just been book 1 of the new Masters Series I'd feel better about it but since it is also book 4 of the Calluvia's Royalty series I expected a slightly different outcome. I don't think I am disappointed though. I ended up feeling exactly as I should at the end I think. Happy of course. I think Once Upon a Time is my favorite...so far.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Berrì

    Alessandra's books are never long enough. I can't explain it, when I start reading I just can't stop. They are incredibly addicting, and this book in particular was so much fun! A lot happened which isn't always common in Alessandra's books. The focus was on the main couple as usual, but it was particularly various in scenery changes and learning about this part of this world was interesting to say the least. I'm usually very into Alessandra's books for the relationship between the main couple, Alessandra's books are never long enough. I can't explain it, when I start reading I just can't stop. They are incredibly addicting, and this book in particular was so much fun! A lot happened which isn't always common in Alessandra's books. The focus was on the main couple as usual, but it was particularly various in scenery changes and learning about this part of this world was interesting to say the least. I'm usually very into Alessandra's books for the relationship between the main couple, but in this one I also found the world fascinating. Very fun indeed. Obviously, this doesn't take anything away from the couple, on the contrary. She put everything I liked in this book too and it was just pleasant to read. I still can't get over the fact that I enjoy mental merging more than physical sex. I can't even describe it, but it gives me a way deeper sense of satisfaction. Since it was first introduced, and especially after Jamil and Rohan's story, I just can't shake the feeling that a relationship isn't complete without them. It's just so... raw and honest and all-encompassing. The trust required for a deep merge, the level of intimacy and safety required... it feels a bit like D/s but BETTER. I honestly wished the book lasted longer. I want them all to last longer. And now I'm sad that I have to wait for the next one LOL I haven't read m/m romance novels in a while but I always buy Alessadra's book and read them as soon as they are published. Always worth it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Michael S.

    If rooting for Castien is wrong, I don’t want to be right. Fair warning: this relationship dynamic seriously fucked. Our MCs’ acquaintance begins when Eridan is saved/kidnapped as a toddler by Castien, and it just gets more scandalous from there with echoes of spouse husbandry and teacher-student taboo. ...but it’s so wickedly good. Castien is essentially a neutral-evil villain protagonist, and Eridan is largely complicit in the casual moral degeneracy that is a hallmark of Order culture, but some If rooting for Castien is wrong, I don’t want to be right. Fair warning: this relationship dynamic seriously fucked. Our MCs’ acquaintance begins when Eridan is saved/kidnapped as a toddler by Castien, and it just gets more scandalous from there with echoes of spouse husbandry and teacher-student taboo. ...but it’s so wickedly good. Castien is essentially a neutral-evil villain protagonist, and Eridan is largely complicit in the casual moral degeneracy that is a hallmark of Order culture, but somehow it all works and manages to deliver the steam and feels along with the intrigue. Loved it.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    Giving this 5 stars before I even read it because Alessandra is that good. Update 06-10-2020: It deserved the 5 stars. A wonderful book. This pushes Just a Bit Ruthless from being my #1 favorite Alessandra Hazard book. Prince’s Master takes the #1 spot.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Calila

    *Received A Copy To Review From The Author* I really enjoyed this story. It was emotional and kind of dark but kind of not. I loved how complicated the relationship was. I felt invested in the HEA. I appreciate that Eri stands his ground and doesn't settle for less than what he wants. I love Castien's character so much! He was so shut down and slowly opens up. The world building was interesting. I will for sure read the next Masters book, and I really do need to go back and catch up on the Calluv *Received A Copy To Review From The Author* I really enjoyed this story. It was emotional and kind of dark but kind of not. I loved how complicated the relationship was. I felt invested in the HEA. I appreciate that Eri stands his ground and doesn't settle for less than what he wants. I love Castien's character so much! He was so shut down and slowly opens up. The world building was interesting. I will for sure read the next Masters book, and I really do need to go back and catch up on the Calluvia series, I think I've missed one book.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sanna

    Just WOW! Hazard is so GOOD This title's both fourth in Calluvia series and the starter title in Masters series and these are MM sci-fantasy romance genre. The events take place on a foreign planet in a reality where Earth also exists but isn't featured here. There's scifi and fantasy elements, like telepathy. There's political intrigue. Timescape about roughly 2 decades for the relationship to bloom. Slowburn truly. The title has a HEA, no cliffhangers. I don't consider trigger warnings needed. I Just WOW! Hazard is so GOOD This title's both fourth in Calluvia series and the starter title in Masters series and these are MM sci-fantasy romance genre. The events take place on a foreign planet in a reality where Earth also exists but isn't featured here. There's scifi and fantasy elements, like telepathy. There's political intrigue. Timescape about roughly 2 decades for the relationship to bloom. Slowburn truly. The title has a HEA, no cliffhangers. I don't consider trigger warnings needed. It can be read even as a standalone though not so well, it's better as part of the Calluvia. Teacher-student theme. For me it fullfilled all my expectations of a new Hazard title with the previously known specs. No insta-love, insta-lust or insta- hotstuff here though when it gets hot, it gets hot ... Loved the writing as usual. Perfect hit! Enjoyed enormously. The ending was perfect! Can't wait for another one! #Favourites If you like Hazard books in general you should enjoy this one too. Especially if you love the other series too.

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