All's not lost for Vixen though. He discovers Jack's cousin, Vale, has a soft spot for him. Vale Frost might not be a dashing prince, but he's the next best thing: a decorated lieutenant for the Toy Soldier Army, and a member of the Frost monarchy.
Determined to get what Vixen feels he deserves, he sets off on a mission to ensnare the kind-hearted lieutenant. But Vixen's selfish ways are sure to lead to disaster, and it'll take more than a little courage to set things right.
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By Tams (TTC Books and more) on 24-12-15
Vixen and Vale!
What did you love best about Vixen's Valor?
Everything. I just love this series, listening to it and getting enveloped in the emotions of the vaious characters.
What did you like best about this story?
How Vale's love and sincerity completely changed Vixen.
What about Robert Nieman’s performance did you like?
I really like the way he brings the characters to life.
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Any additional comments?
Vixen revels in the recognition and admiration he receives as one of the Rein Dear. But what Vixen really longs for is a Prince, and everything that comes with being on the arm of one. Vale Frost is certainly fits the bill, and he adores Vixen to boot. The more time the two spend together, Vixen starts to realize that he wants something far more precious from Vale, he wants his love. When Vixen unknowingly tells a secret Vale entrusted him with to the wrong person, Vale is crestfallen and sends Vixen away. By now though, Vixen has fallen in love with his tall, dark and handsome Toy Soldier and he won’t walk away that easily, even if it kills him.
I so enjoyed watching Vixen go from a slightly spoiled brat, anxious to sink his claws into Vale for the recognition and fame it will bring him… to a strong and confident young man, that was willing to sacrifice himself if it meant Vale would just look at him with love in his eyes one more time. So much personal growth for him in so few pages. Vale is literally Prince Charming with his magical wind song that lures Vixen to him. Both men became stronger and more confident just being with each other.
Robert Nieman is sticking with the narrating and I hope that holds as more books come out. What was most notable for me in this book was how both men continually evolved and grew in the story, and how Nieman captured that in the way he voiced them. The tones and inflections early on were shy and even a bit scared. Then as the story progressed and especially at the end, the tones and inflections grew stronger and more assured.
My favorite of the series so far, though I’ve really enjoyed them all. A winter wonderland fantasy theme with some strife and a whole lot of romance to keep these elves, soldiers and princes nice and toasty warm.
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By Sativa on 21-12-17
This series has made my holiday. Fun, sexy and just a bit naughty. Quick and jolly.