I received this book from StoryCartel in return for a fair and honest review.
Like most recent fairytales, this borders more on the light and fluffy than the dark tales of old so there is nothing in this story that is liable to be offensive or scary in any way. Although there are some 'spicy' scenes there is nothing here to blow the lid off, it is all discrete.
This is an intriguing story in the case that it is the minor character of Victoria that actually comes across with more interest than the main male characters. They are both there and, of course, part of the story, but there isn't really much depth to them.
This world is an interesting one, with the gods and the other races, and could have been developed into a bigger novel with more interest going on. Unfortunately for me, the whole thing just wasn't developed enough - for example, when the Prince and the Knight go off on a mission that a sulky prince has demanded, it could have been so much more. Instead they go, they arrive, sort out major problems in one paragraph, meet old love, everyone's happy.