The Princess

The Princess Jehan might have been born Az kye but growing up in exile as the son of a disgraced warrior has left him with nothing but contempt for his own kind Caught in a storm at the edge of Tellaran space he a

  • Title: The Princess
  • Author: Ariel MacArran
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  • Page: 311
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  • Jehan might have been born Az kye but growing up in exile as the son of a disgraced warrior has left him with nothing but contempt for his own kind Caught in a storm at the edge of Tellaran space he answers a distress call barely in time to save the ship s sole survivor an Az kye slave girl, Liri Though living in the Badlands has taught Jehan not to care about anyone bJehan might have been born Az kye but growing up in exile as the son of a disgraced warrior has left him with nothing but contempt for his own kind Caught in a storm at the edge of Tellaran space he answers a distress call barely in time to save the ship s sole survivor an Az kye slave girl, Liri Though living in the Badlands has taught Jehan not to care about anyone but himself, he soon finds that rescuing this lovely creature is turning into a habit But the woman who calls herself Liri isn t who she says she is and loving her might just get him killed .

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    About " Ariel MacArran "

  • Ariel MacArran

    Ariel MacArran has had a lifelong love of books, stories and writing Nothing makes her happier than the opportunity to give back some of the magic of being swept up into a story that other writers have given her.Note From Author I love Romance, Sci fi, Histories and Paranormal and I have always been a voracious reader I love being caught up in world building, whether it s the past or a whole other galaxy.

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  • Ariel MacArran has penned her best hero to date in the richly nuanced Az-Kye world she created in this adventurous science fiction romance series. Pirate captain Jehan Dekra is gutsy, impulsive, mercenary and true. In the thrilling, opening sequence of the book he rescues the beautiful Liri, a high-born Az-Kye woman who he believes has become a slave due to her family falling into disgrace on the Imperial home world. The fact that she is oppressed and is enduring a fate his own family narrowly a [...]


  • The fourth book in the Tellaran series by Ariel MacArran. Her faithful guards are killed by traitors and her ship is being torn apart in a plasma storm, Imperior Daughter Saria, Heiress of the Az-kye Empire knows her end is near. But then a savior appears in the form of a Pirate Captain. Jehan Dekra boards the doomed ship looking for a payday. He finds the only survivor, Liri, an Az-kye slave. Liri knows she is safer keeping her identity a secret from the pirates but she must find a way back to [...]


  • I had the pleasure of reading this novel in manuscript form, and as always with Ariel MacArran's stories, it sucked me right in. This book has the clever dialogue and complex character development I've come to expect from MacArran's writing, plus the continued development of the Tellaran world and the exploration of the larger theme of what it means to be loved for who you are (rather than for one's position, title, wealth, or lack thereof). This isn't *just* a romance novel either. Like all the [...]


  • The Princess by Ariel MacArran was wonderful. It's mostly science fiction romance with plenty of action thrown in for good measure. I really enjoyed it. Liri was my favorite character and I loved her backstory. Now, I have to read the rest of the series. lol! Highly recommend!My Rating: 4.5 stars


  • Loved itSuch a sweet book. Absolutely loved it the storyline was fast paced and exciting. The character's were engaging. I loved the whole thing. Jehan was just the sweetest guy!! Although it's sci fi romance I found it more sci fi mixed with fantasy. Or historical fiction. It was fab anyways good length too


  • I liked itI liked the conclusion of this series. It took me a while to read the final book. It's a good thing I wasn't turned off by the first book. I might not have read the others. This one definitely ended with a happy ending. I like how nights with swords were blended with space. My favorite combination.


  • As a fan of this series, I had to read The Princess, book 4 in Ariel MacArran’s Telleran series. I just had to. You see, book 3, The Consort, kind of sets you up for the events in book 4. And I liked book 3 so…Having said that, I must also tell you that both books do stand alone. Reading one or the other is fine. But if you think you might read both, start with book 3.For me, the universe of the Telleran series is the draw. The Az-kye homeworld and its complex but ancient society are the bac [...]


  • Ariel MacArran's "The Princess" is a Telleran novel. I loved it! Couldn't put it down. 3 parts Star Trek, 1 part Gladiator, 1 part Sommersby! The characters are amazing and very deep. This story pits its leads against the leads of "The Consort." Once again, the sexy times are super hawt! I *really* need to read "The Seer."



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