Captive Prince Audiobook (Triology, Book# 1) – By C. S. Pacat

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Captive Prince Audiobook set of three with regards to the political disturbance between two realms, and the individual interest between the convincing Prince Laurent and his slave Damen, a previous beneficiary of the throne.

Captive Prince Audiobook

Captive Prince Audiobook – Details And Storyline:

Name: Captive Prince CD.
Author:  C. S. Pacat
Published: February 2013
Series: Captive Prince Trilogy, Book# 1.
Genre: Fantasy, Fiction, Novel.
Rating: 3.8 Stars.

Plot Review:

Captive Prince Unabridged Audiobook and its trilogy have become one of the most read books and the most acknowledged ones as well across the globe. Reviewers and media journals have reviewed it positively.

Captive Prince Audiobook Free is a popular Fantasy Fiction Novel written by C. S. Pacat. It was originally published in February 2013. The book is the First (01) in the Captive Prince Trilogy Series. It follows the genre of Fantasy, Fiction, Novel. The book has a rating of 3.8 Star Review on GoodReads.

Damen is a champion saint to his kin and the legitimate beneficiary of the privileged position of Akielos. In any case, when his relative holds onto power, Damen is caught, deprived of his personality, and shipped off to serve the sovereign of a foe country as a delight slave. Delightful, manipulative, and dangerous, his new expert, Prince Laurent, exemplifies the most terrible of the court at Vere.

Be that as it may, in the deadly political trap of the Venetian court, nothing is as it appears, and when Damen winds up got up to speed in a play for the privileged position, he should cooperate with Laurent to get by and save his country.

For Damen, there is only one rule: never at any point uncover his actual personality. Since the one man Damen needs is the small-time who has more motivation to despise him than any other person.

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About The Author:

C. S. Pacat is the creator of the Captive Prince set of three. Brought into the world in Australia and taught at the University of Melbourne, she has since lived in various urban communities, including Tokyo and Perugia.

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