Prince of Flowers (Wild Hearts #1) - Nazri Noor

Prince of Flowers is the first in an exciting new fantasy adventure series from Nazri Noor. Hold onto your seats for action and banter between two men forced together by a magical pact to complete a quest. Trust is hard to come by but feelings are quick to grow and they may have to work harder to stay together once their quest is over.

From the blurb:

He captured a fae prince. But can he capture his heart?

Lochlann Wilde walks in the shadow of his father, a legendary summoner who commanded mythical beasts in battle. But Locke isn't legendary. He’s barely a summoner, never passing his academy’s trial of the elements.

And then he accidentally summons a fae prince with a beautiful body and a bad attitude.

Sylvain is fiery and ferocious, stronger than anything Locke has ever encountered. And hotter, too. But time is running out. Locke must tame the prince’s wild heart. If he fails his trial, he’ll lose his inheritance and ruin his family's name.

Without Sylvain, Locke could lose his chance to become a true summoner… along with his shot at true love.

Prince of Flowers is a contemporary fantasy romance with an HFN ending. Can a snarky summoner and a fickle fae prince endure mythical creatures, meddling goddesses, the fury of the elements, and each other? Only one way to find out. If you like sorcery, spice, and everything nice, you’ve come to the right place. Start the Wild Hearts series today.

SNik's Review:

First in series (Wild Hearts). Paranormal fantasy adventure. Single POV. 

Summoning a fae prince was not what Locke intended, but now he is stuck with the arrogant and complaining, but oh so sexy fae. Locke needs Sylvain’s help to complete a quest, but no one has ever made a summoner pact with a fae, so Locke has to blindly trust that they can work together but sometimes he glimpses another side of Sylvain which makes him question Sylvain’s motives. 

As to be expected from this author there is tons of action, sarcastic banter, supportive secondary characters, intriguing worldbuilding, steamy attraction, and complicated backstories for the main characters. 

I enjoyed all of Locke and Sylvain’s interactions, they were likable, fun, and clever as they fought off challenges from all manners of creatures. 

There were a few niggles about the insta-love, and some of the worldbuilding relies slightly on having read the author’s Arcane Hearts series, but overall an entertaining read and great start to a new series. 

Honestly looking forward to more with Locke and Sylvain.

Rating: 4.5 Stars

Prince of Flowers is available to buy as an ebook, paperback, audiobook, and can be read with Kindle Unlimited subscription.

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