The Tyrant Prince

(Dreamhaven Duet Book 2)

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Pub Date 04 Oct 2021 | Archive Date 04 Nov 2021

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Paige

They told me he was dead. That Oliver was never coming back to me. It wasn't a lie.

The boy who had given me all of himself no longer existed. In his place, stood a man who didn't even leave tiny cracks in his heart which could be filled with love.

He could destroy me all he wanted with his hatred. But this time, I was going to make sure that someone saved him. Someone who would remind him that life was so much more than the darkness he had buried himself in.

..

Oliver

They took everything from me. Ripped into my soul like savages until all I was left with were shattered dreams of a life that could have been.

But I found something to replace the loss.

Something that kept me alive when I wanted to give up. Something that tasted bitter but was more faithful than anything else I had ever known.

The fire of retribution. It burned through me every second.

And now...they were all going to burn with me.

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'The Tyrant Prince' is Book 2 of the Dreamhaven Duet and cannot be read as a standalone. Contains graphic sex and violence along with sensitive themes which could be triggering for some. Reader discretion is advised.

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(Book 1 'The Stable Boy' is included in the review copy)

Paige

They told me he was dead. That Oliver was never coming back to me. It wasn't a lie.

The boy who had given me all of himself no longer existed. In his place, stood a man who didn't even leave...


A Note From the Publisher

This duet focuses on disability awareness but it is dark and contains a lot of triggers. Please read trigger warnings below before requesting or reading. It is also a modern day retelling of Alexandre Dumas' classic tale 'The Count of Monte Cristo' (Book 1 is included within the file as well which ends on a cliffhanger.) It features a mute hero and a reverse bully trope. Trigger warnings for Book 1: Contains themes and situations pertaining to slavery, abuse, bullying, sexual assault, trauma and disability discrimination. Contains descriptive sexual scenes between 17 year old MCs. Reader discretion is advised.

This duet focuses on disability awareness but it is dark and contains a lot of triggers. Please read trigger warnings below before requesting or reading. It is also a modern day retelling of...


Advance Praise

'I love really deep and thought provoking books and that is exactly what The Tyrant Prince is. Zee Shine Storm has a great writing style to really enhance the emotional impact of her words. You are drawn in and become deeply connected to the characters. You really feel what they are going through.

I would definitely recommend this duet and will say it's one of my top reads of 2021!'

- Goodreads reviewer

'I love really deep and thought provoking books and that is exactly what The Tyrant Prince is. Zee Shine Storm has a great writing style to really enhance the emotional impact of her words. You are...


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This is book 2 of the Dreamhaven Duet, book 1 was a cliffhanger. The book is compelling, I had to keep reading it even though I cringed through a lot of it. I cringed because of the truth of some of the scenes, the tragedy and pain that people with disabilities can be subjected to. However, it was also a book of recovery, and the powr of kindness and real love. Thankyou to NetGalley for providing this copy in exchange for my unpaid, honest review.

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“The world was my hell, and she ruled it like the devil.” Love the covers on this duet! Part one was really uncomfortable for me since I hate bullying but part two was really out the box for me. Author goes into graphic details so be ready. What did I like? I’ll admit I didn’t think part two could redeem Paige but I think karma handled her well. I think by the time the book ended everyone had deserved their comeuppance and I felt everything was on an even enough pace that the book could be considered a HEA. It was a hard road for them both but all ended right. Would I recommend or buy? I’d definitely recommend to people who love really dark romance. There are graphic dealings with m/m rape that could be a trigger. I would have bought this duet and I gave it five stars just for the difficulty level of writing about some of this stuff. I received a complimentary copy to read and voluntarily left a review!

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*** WARNING **** - The Tyrant Prince, can not be read as a standalone and is book two in the DreamHaven series. This does have some graphic violence but with that being said, it was an incredible read and I would highly recommend this book to anyone who loves erotic thrillers! The story continues for Paige and Oliver and its one you do not want to miss, especially if you read The Stable Boy. At times I was aggravated at Paige for everything she was putting Oliver through. The amount of abuse that Oliver had already been through was enough. I do not want to say too much and spoil this book but I can tell you that this is one you do not want to miss! I absolutely loved this book!

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This is a GREAT book. Full of suspense and intrigue, lots of heart pounding moments wonderig what was going to happen next. The love story within presents the question, what is greater: hate or love? I couldn't put this one down. Highly recommend both books in this duet, it's a powerful story!

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This was the perfect sequel to the first book. I loved how the characters changed and hardened emotionally from the first book. Both of the main characters went through a ton of hardships during the 8 years between the books and grew into strong characters that could take care of themselves and wanted the best for each other. I loved that even though Oliver learned how to speak, it was not as big of a deal as I thought it was going to be, He was treated like a normal person instead of someone that beat an incredible obstacle. I thought that the darkness of Oliver allowed for him to be incredibly strong even though on the inside he was struggling. He wanted those higher up in society to feel afraid of him and he accomplished that. I felt so bad for Paige and everything she was forced to go through to make her father not hurt her and her son. Even though in the first book she is seen as the rich, perfect girl, the second book shows that not everything is what it seems.

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