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Jaque Pierce was just an ordinary 17 year old girl getting ready to start her senior year in high school in Coldspring, Texas. When a mysterious foreign exchange student from Romania moves in across the street, Jacque and her two best friends, Sally and Jen, don’t realize the last two weeks of their summer was going to get a lot more interesting.

From the moment Jacque sets eyes on Fane she feels an instant connection, a pull like a moth to a flame. Little does she know that the flame she is drawn to is actually a Canis Lupus, werewolf, and she just happens to be his mate; the other half of his soul.

The problem is Fane is not the only wolf in Coldspring, Texas.

Just as Fane and Jacque are getting to know each other, another wolf steps out to try and claim Jacque as his mate. Fane will now have to fight for the right to complete the mating bond, something that is his right by birth but is being denied him by a crazed Alpha. Will the love Fane has for Jacque be enough to give him the strength to defeat his enemy, will Jacque accept that she is Fane’s mate and complete the bond between them?

Topics: Werewolves, Wolves, Texas, and First in a Series

Published: Quinn Loftis on
ISBN: 9781466146440
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    it truly is an amazing and well writ storymore
    Jaque and Fane overcame a life threatening challenge to be together.
    The way Thane had to fake his own death to win the challenge for the right to his mate was heart breaking and an emotional rollercoaster ride that I loved . I can't wait to read Lunar Of Mine. If You love Brilliant stories that you wish to be real than I recommend that you Read every single one of Miss Loftis's books cause they are thernominal. Can't wait to see more of her fantastic work!!!?????more
    realy realy love this story sooo much. who never read this before, I hope you read this now.more
    ?simple as that more
    This book is so freaking good! I couldn't stop reading it. It even gave my some ideas of the perfect guy and I found one in my life. Jen remimds me of my friend's sister,Jennifer Lopez,who has a attitude.more
    AMAZING!!! Very Romantic!! more
    This is an interesting book and also the description was very nice.more
    such kind of an interesting bookmore
    I love the characters in this book. The girls are hilarious. A fun book and a quick read.more
    No. Just, no.This was my first book about werewolves. It just didn't do it for me. Reading this was like being forced to watch that annoying couple in school show way too much PDA... Excuse me while I go barf.But at least it was kinda funny...You know what they say: don't judge a book by it's cover.I hope I learned my lesson now...more
    Wonderful read. The friendship and banter between the characters was absolutely fantastic.more
    The Prince of Wolves was a fantastic read filled with action and plenty of romance. Jacque’s two friends Sally and Jen are the wackiest couple of best friends I have ever read about. Even in some of the more serious scenes of the book they manage to bring a smile to everyone’s face. Fast paced this book never gets dull and the heroine Jacque is extremely entertaining. Her reaction to the unusual situation she finds herself is disbelief and a little denial at first, but she soon learns to cope if not entirely accept all the new changes in her life. She is a strong character though and didn’t crawl in a corner and cry when something was too much (there were a couple of fits thrown though). Our hero Fane was very supportive and really cared for Jacque, not to mention drop dead sexy and Romanian. Their relationship was a little fast because of the situation, but sweet and romantic at the same time.For a lovely read with plenty of action and romance check out Quinn Loftis’ Prince of Wolves!more
    Prince of Wolves proved to be quite a challenge to rate. The this a paranormal romance through and through. It gave me some serious doubts in the first few chapters, due to the immediate romance between Jacque and Fane. Everything was abrupt and forced giving me an unsettling grasp for the story, and quite honestly a regretful misjudgment of what to expect. As the story unfolds the relationship falls into a suspenseful and intense love story that will keep readers guessing. By the end of this novel it was easy to overlook the difficult start, and crave more of this magical and possessive tale. The overall feel offers a serious intensity, but it is refreshing to experience the wit and humor of Jacque and her friends. The ability to wrap this novel into a neat and tightly woven story previews the ability of the debuting author. Upon concluding I was at war with myself on how to rate this incredible story. The story alone has the quality to warrant a five star, but in the end I settle on four stars because I felt that there is room for improvement. I see great things to come for this author, and can’t wait to get my hands on the next book. I must recommend this book, but I want to give words of advice. If readers struggle with beginning, because if you give up your missing one hell of a story.  more
    Gag. This has got to be one of the worst books I've ever read. I have not finished it yet and don't know if I will. But it got fairly high reviews on Amazon, so I figure if the writing is absolutely horrid, perhaps the plot is OK, right? Certainly it didn't get 4/5 stars for the writing. I'm all about the plot. I can tolerate a poorly written book with an excellent plot. So far the plot is mediocre at best.So... what's wrong with this book? First of all, the grammar. Yes, when you get an ebook that's not also a printed book, you expect the grammar to be sub-par. I don't know what's up with these people, especially the ones that sell a few books and have some spare cash, that they don't bother to actually hire an editor to make their book look a little professional, but whatever. But of the ebooks-with-no-editor I've read, this is definitely the worst, in terms of grammar, etc.Second, the author breaks all the rules of writing. Take a major one: Show don't tell. There is a majorly LOT of telling in this book. Here's a few examples: "Jacque couldn't help but blush, for two reasons: one he had called her skin beautiful, I mean come on who wouldn't blush at that, right? And two, the way he commented about the markings seemed very possessive, like they tied her to him in some way and for some weird, messed up reason Jacque like that." (sic!) Sounds like a commentary on the story, instead of actually telling the story.Here's another one: "To Fane's satisfaction, dinner was pleasant, easy, there was at no time when he felt the conversation was forced or awkward." Sic, again. Ignoring the sloppy grammar, I don't want a commentary on the meal. If you must mention it, show the ease with which they dined together, don't tell me that they did. Actually, shortly thereafter, there was some showing, like with Jacque easily picking food off his plate.Next is the dialogue. There's a trio of friends who are the center of this story. They banter and joke and come up with much-less-than-witty remarks. CONSTANTLY. They sound like idiots, not real people.Actually, none of the people feel very real. There's no attraction to any of the characters. I haven't found the main love interest (Fane) very attractive. He's apparently a hottie, but that alone isn't really that interesting. And he's bonded to Jacque, but he bonded before he even met her... not sure that that's very attractive. A stranger coming up and saying, "I'm a supernatural being and before I even met you I felt the pull to you. You are my soul mate. You are mine. There is no escaping destiny. Mua ha ha ha ha!" (OK, that didn't happen, but you get my gist... maybe.)And, of course, all the superfluous words. I was a full-time, professional editor for two years. I wouldn't say I was the best editor out there, but I do know a thing or two. I could seriously very easily remove 1/4 of this book without losing a thing. Actually, gaining a lot. There are so many sentences in this book that have no point and add nothing to the story. Seriously needs tightening up.Then, there's the plot. So this Romanian exchange student moves in next door. Turns out he's a werewolf. And he instantly bonds with the girl next door. And has the ability to psychically talk to her. Yeah. "Random hot dude I just met in my head. Let's freak out for a little bit and then... well, I guess I'm OK with it. I'll just have conversations with freako stalker dude who's very possessive of girl he's never met!" The girl has no problem with a guy she's barely met in her head. She's met him once and he's telling her her bathing suit is too skimpy, reading her mind and demanding to know about her ex-boyfriend, claiming she's his "luna." OK, so this story maybe could work. But the actions of the people are totally unbelievable. So the dude's met his once-in-a-lifetime soulmate. Lovely. But he doesn't think maybe he should get to know her like a normal person instead of invading her head and her private thoughts??? And she thinks this is perfectly normal???I've read about people who compare Edward (of Twilight fame) to a creepo stalker. Though I'm not a huge Twilight fan, I've never totally agreed. While I can see the comparison, I don't really feel it. This book? This guy just jumps into her mind and starts calling her "his." Creepy! And her friends don't seem to care. All they care about is that the guy is hot. "Oh, my best friend is hearing things! Let's not call a doctor. Nope. Oh, it's hottie across the street. Let's not bother figuring out who he is--maybe he's a serial murderer?--let's send her on a date and maybe they'll have hot sex!"There's something about this book that makes me want to keep coming back and criticizing it. Final thing: This highly demeaning to women worldview. So, this werewolf (not previously mentioned) apparently randomly claims the star of the book, Jacque, as his mate. He doesn't bother to tell her, or even meet her, when doing this. Bizarre, yes? Anyway, when competition comes along, they decide to have a fight to the death over her, which I guess is the way of werewolves. Whoever the victor is can take the girl over his shoulder, caveman style. While Jacque's friends are determined to protect her if the wrong guy wins, nobody seems to have much problem with fighting-to-the-death-so-you-can-claim-the-girl-without-her-sayso. Like, it's pretty much accepted that if you kill the competition, you kidnap whatever chick you'd like. Then there's the whole macho pack leader. Sure, he's got control issues. But he makes an edict "you will bond with my son on this day." And Jacque thinks, "I'm not sure I'm ready for this." And he freaks, his son freaks, his wife freaks. In the end she says: "I was saying sorry for the two-year-old fit I threw, apparently I didn't get them all out of my system as a child. I want to bond with Fane, I will bond with him right now." It's like someone in an abusive relationship--it's all your fault and then she's begging to come back to the abusive relationship. If she doesn't want to bond with a dude right away, if she doesn't want some stranger as her "alpha", then she has every right to do so and shouldn't be guilt-tripped into doing so.I could go on and on. Not sure how much further I'll go in the book, but I'm astounded that it got 4/5 stars on Amazon. I'm still reading it at the moment, so may revise my review in the future.One final note: I always hate giving books poor reviews and ratings because I know there's an author out there who may read my review. I know I certainly would read the poorly rated reviews of my books. I've never given a book such a scathing review, so I feel like I must have a note to the author. If the author is reading this, I just want to say that I know that books take a lot of work. I really respect you for your hard work in hammering out a book. I truly do. It takes persistence and work. And truly? What makes a writer? A writer writes. So many people call themselves writers and DON'T WRITE. How are they going to improve their craft if they don't write? You are ahead of the game already.But just like anything, writing takes practice and expertise. Most people's first, second, third, even sometimes their tenth books are pretty much no good. Good writers generally have to slog through a lot of bad books to create their first good book. I feel like this book is one of those "previous books" that should not have been published but nonetheless provide a valuable stepping stone to a book that is at last publishable (self-publishing on Amazon does not equate with "publishable"). Additionally, I totally understand the draw of Amazon's easy-to-publish ebooks. If I had the worst book in the world and thought I could make a few hundred dollars on Amazon, I'd totally consider it. Please continue to work hard and create books. You show promise and I hope that one day you will publish an excellent book. I wish you all the best.more
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    Reviews

    it truly is an amazing and well writ storymore
    Jaque and Fane overcame a life threatening challenge to be together.
    The way Thane had to fake his own death to win the challenge for the right to his mate was heart breaking and an emotional rollercoaster ride that I loved . I can't wait to read Lunar Of Mine. If You love Brilliant stories that you wish to be real than I recommend that you Read every single one of Miss Loftis's books cause they are thernominal. Can't wait to see more of her fantastic work!!!?????more
    realy realy love this story sooo much. who never read this before, I hope you read this now.more
    ?simple as that more
    This book is so freaking good! I couldn't stop reading it. It even gave my some ideas of the perfect guy and I found one in my life. Jen remimds me of my friend's sister,Jennifer Lopez,who has a attitude.more
    AMAZING!!! Very Romantic!! more
    This is an interesting book and also the description was very nice.more
    such kind of an interesting bookmore
    I love the characters in this book. The girls are hilarious. A fun book and a quick read.more
    No. Just, no.This was my first book about werewolves. It just didn't do it for me. Reading this was like being forced to watch that annoying couple in school show way too much PDA... Excuse me while I go barf.But at least it was kinda funny...You know what they say: don't judge a book by it's cover.I hope I learned my lesson now...more
    Wonderful read. The friendship and banter between the characters was absolutely fantastic.more
    The Prince of Wolves was a fantastic read filled with action and plenty of romance. Jacque’s two friends Sally and Jen are the wackiest couple of best friends I have ever read about. Even in some of the more serious scenes of the book they manage to bring a smile to everyone’s face. Fast paced this book never gets dull and the heroine Jacque is extremely entertaining. Her reaction to the unusual situation she finds herself is disbelief and a little denial at first, but she soon learns to cope if not entirely accept all the new changes in her life. She is a strong character though and didn’t crawl in a corner and cry when something was too much (there were a couple of fits thrown though). Our hero Fane was very supportive and really cared for Jacque, not to mention drop dead sexy and Romanian. Their relationship was a little fast because of the situation, but sweet and romantic at the same time.For a lovely read with plenty of action and romance check out Quinn Loftis’ Prince of Wolves!more
    Prince of Wolves proved to be quite a challenge to rate. The this a paranormal romance through and through. It gave me some serious doubts in the first few chapters, due to the immediate romance between Jacque and Fane. Everything was abrupt and forced giving me an unsettling grasp for the story, and quite honestly a regretful misjudgment of what to expect. As the story unfolds the relationship falls into a suspenseful and intense love story that will keep readers guessing. By the end of this novel it was easy to overlook the difficult start, and crave more of this magical and possessive tale. The overall feel offers a serious intensity, but it is refreshing to experience the wit and humor of Jacque and her friends. The ability to wrap this novel into a neat and tightly woven story previews the ability of the debuting author. Upon concluding I was at war with myself on how to rate this incredible story. The story alone has the quality to warrant a five star, but in the end I settle on four stars because I felt that there is room for improvement. I see great things to come for this author, and can’t wait to get my hands on the next book. I must recommend this book, but I want to give words of advice. If readers struggle with beginning, because if you give up your missing one hell of a story.  more
    Gag. This has got to be one of the worst books I've ever read. I have not finished it yet and don't know if I will. But it got fairly high reviews on Amazon, so I figure if the writing is absolutely horrid, perhaps the plot is OK, right? Certainly it didn't get 4/5 stars for the writing. I'm all about the plot. I can tolerate a poorly written book with an excellent plot. So far the plot is mediocre at best.So... what's wrong with this book? First of all, the grammar. Yes, when you get an ebook that's not also a printed book, you expect the grammar to be sub-par. I don't know what's up with these people, especially the ones that sell a few books and have some spare cash, that they don't bother to actually hire an editor to make their book look a little professional, but whatever. But of the ebooks-with-no-editor I've read, this is definitely the worst, in terms of grammar, etc.Second, the author breaks all the rules of writing. Take a major one: Show don't tell. There is a majorly LOT of telling in this book. Here's a few examples: "Jacque couldn't help but blush, for two reasons: one he had called her skin beautiful, I mean come on who wouldn't blush at that, right? And two, the way he commented about the markings seemed very possessive, like they tied her to him in some way and for some weird, messed up reason Jacque like that." (sic!) Sounds like a commentary on the story, instead of actually telling the story.Here's another one: "To Fane's satisfaction, dinner was pleasant, easy, there was at no time when he felt the conversation was forced or awkward." Sic, again. Ignoring the sloppy grammar, I don't want a commentary on the meal. If you must mention it, show the ease with which they dined together, don't tell me that they did. Actually, shortly thereafter, there was some showing, like with Jacque easily picking food off his plate.Next is the dialogue. There's a trio of friends who are the center of this story. They banter and joke and come up with much-less-than-witty remarks. CONSTANTLY. They sound like idiots, not real people.Actually, none of the people feel very real. There's no attraction to any of the characters. I haven't found the main love interest (Fane) very attractive. He's apparently a hottie, but that alone isn't really that interesting. And he's bonded to Jacque, but he bonded before he even met her... not sure that that's very attractive. A stranger coming up and saying, "I'm a supernatural being and before I even met you I felt the pull to you. You are my soul mate. You are mine. There is no escaping destiny. Mua ha ha ha ha!" (OK, that didn't happen, but you get my gist... maybe.)And, of course, all the superfluous words. I was a full-time, professional editor for two years. I wouldn't say I was the best editor out there, but I do know a thing or two. I could seriously very easily remove 1/4 of this book without losing a thing. Actually, gaining a lot. There are so many sentences in this book that have no point and add nothing to the story. Seriously needs tightening up.Then, there's the plot. So this Romanian exchange student moves in next door. Turns out he's a werewolf. And he instantly bonds with the girl next door. And has the ability to psychically talk to her. Yeah. "Random hot dude I just met in my head. Let's freak out for a little bit and then... well, I guess I'm OK with it. I'll just have conversations with freako stalker dude who's very possessive of girl he's never met!" The girl has no problem with a guy she's barely met in her head. She's met him once and he's telling her her bathing suit is too skimpy, reading her mind and demanding to know about her ex-boyfriend, claiming she's his "luna." OK, so this story maybe could work. But the actions of the people are totally unbelievable. So the dude's met his once-in-a-lifetime soulmate. Lovely. But he doesn't think maybe he should get to know her like a normal person instead of invading her head and her private thoughts??? And she thinks this is perfectly normal???I've read about people who compare Edward (of Twilight fame) to a creepo stalker. Though I'm not a huge Twilight fan, I've never totally agreed. While I can see the comparison, I don't really feel it. This book? This guy just jumps into her mind and starts calling her "his." Creepy! And her friends don't seem to care. All they care about is that the guy is hot. "Oh, my best friend is hearing things! Let's not call a doctor. Nope. Oh, it's hottie across the street. Let's not bother figuring out who he is--maybe he's a serial murderer?--let's send her on a date and maybe they'll have hot sex!"There's something about this book that makes me want to keep coming back and criticizing it. Final thing: This highly demeaning to women worldview. So, this werewolf (not previously mentioned) apparently randomly claims the star of the book, Jacque, as his mate. He doesn't bother to tell her, or even meet her, when doing this. Bizarre, yes? Anyway, when competition comes along, they decide to have a fight to the death over her, which I guess is the way of werewolves. Whoever the victor is can take the girl over his shoulder, caveman style. While Jacque's friends are determined to protect her if the wrong guy wins, nobody seems to have much problem with fighting-to-the-death-so-you-can-claim-the-girl-without-her-sayso. Like, it's pretty much accepted that if you kill the competition, you kidnap whatever chick you'd like. Then there's the whole macho pack leader. Sure, he's got control issues. But he makes an edict "you will bond with my son on this day." And Jacque thinks, "I'm not sure I'm ready for this." And he freaks, his son freaks, his wife freaks. In the end she says: "I was saying sorry for the two-year-old fit I threw, apparently I didn't get them all out of my system as a child. I want to bond with Fane, I will bond with him right now." It's like someone in an abusive relationship--it's all your fault and then she's begging to come back to the abusive relationship. If she doesn't want to bond with a dude right away, if she doesn't want some stranger as her "alpha", then she has every right to do so and shouldn't be guilt-tripped into doing so.I could go on and on. Not sure how much further I'll go in the book, but I'm astounded that it got 4/5 stars on Amazon. I'm still reading it at the moment, so may revise my review in the future.One final note: I always hate giving books poor reviews and ratings because I know there's an author out there who may read my review. I know I certainly would read the poorly rated reviews of my books. I've never given a book such a scathing review, so I feel like I must have a note to the author. If the author is reading this, I just want to say that I know that books take a lot of work. I really respect you for your hard work in hammering out a book. I truly do. It takes persistence and work. And truly? What makes a writer? A writer writes. So many people call themselves writers and DON'T WRITE. How are they going to improve their craft if they don't write? You are ahead of the game already.But just like anything, writing takes practice and expertise. Most people's first, second, third, even sometimes their tenth books are pretty much no good. Good writers generally have to slog through a lot of bad books to create their first good book. I feel like this book is one of those "previous books" that should not have been published but nonetheless provide a valuable stepping stone to a book that is at last publishable (self-publishing on Amazon does not equate with "publishable"). Additionally, I totally understand the draw of Amazon's easy-to-publish ebooks. If I had the worst book in the world and thought I could make a few hundred dollars on Amazon, I'd totally consider it. Please continue to work hard and create books. You show promise and I hope that one day you will publish an excellent book. I wish you all the best.more
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