By: Megan DerrPublished By: Less Than Three PressPublish Date: Nov. 13th 2013Pages: 346 ebook
Tags: Adult, Fantasy Fiction, War, M/M Romance, Dragons, Stand Alone
Concoction of a Review:
The Engineered Throne just blew the Mad Scientist nearly out of her corset. Every little while when updating my progress on GoodReads there was little to say other than how much in love with the book MS was. Which was throughout the whole of the novel. Truly.
Vellem is a young gentleman who is head of the 21st Regiment, the Army Corps of Engineers who pride themselves as being the best engineers who can bring into existence as well as dismantle with use of ogre powder. Thrusting himself into his work he gradually made himself a remarkable name known throughout the lands. Due to his engineering exploits Vellem's role turns out to be paramount to the plot.
His eldest brother & Minister to the King, Koit, arranged for Vellem to marry Perdith, a young princeling with only a slight chance of sitting on the throne, so that previous animosity between two kingdoms can attempt peace.
"Small breakfast room. I never realized how right I was to call you a hopelessly spoiled little brat." 14%
Here is how the Mad Scientist pictures Vellem & Perdith:
"You are mad."
"I have been accused of that, yes," 92%
"He gladly took a swallow of coffee to wash away the taste of sweet flowers." 56%
** Thanks to Netgalley! All Mad thoughts are presented in the right mind of a twisted brain of the Mad Scientist!**