Pet (Captive Prince Short Stories, #4) by C.S. Pacat

Pet (Captive Prince Short Stories, #4)

Pet follows the rise of Ancel at the poisonous court of Vere. Set during the events of Captive Prince.


Details Pet (Captive Prince Short Stories, #4)

TitlePet (Captive Prince Short Stories, #4)
Author
Release DateJan 6th, 2018
PublisherGatto
LanguageEnglish
GenreFantasy, Short Stories, Romance, Lgbt, M M Romance
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Reviews Pet (Captive Prince Short Stories, #4)

  • Bibi
    1970-01-01
    OMG, Ancel is such a trip. And Berenger? *swoon* Pacat is truly gifted (why isn't she writing more books?!) and for such a short story, it had a proper arc.
  • Amanda Prado
    1970-01-01
    I WAS SO SKEPTICAL BUT PACAT RLY CAME THRU!!!! MY MOMTHER I'LL NEVER DOUBT YOU AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!I've always held the opinion that The Ancel Scene was the one huge, undefensible fuck up of book 1 (just look at my review, I didn't give Captive Prince 5 stars because of that), so when Pacat announced the last short story was going to be about Ancel, I was confused, but thought "maybe she's trying to fix her fuck up?" and this was pretty much it, y'a...
  • Caravaggion
    1970-01-01
    BUT IF HE WINS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!i cant handle this my brain refuses to believe it has come to an end but it was ! so good this is such a good way to end this series bc it brings us back to the beginning in a way and aaaaaaaaaaathis has been such a long and beautiful journey ive met so many people through capri and made so many very good friends and this entire series has given me more hope and strenghth than i would have ever expected im just so em...
  • sofia
    1970-01-01
    as a person who has never given ancel a second thought, this was so much more interesting than i thought it would be
  • Maria
    1970-01-01
    it was interesting & I’m grateful for this but some of the disturbing scenes from book one made a cameo and. no thanks WHY DIDN’T I KNOW THIS WAS A THING
  • rin (lorenzo)
    1970-01-01
    i decided to leave this rating at 3 because i really really liked the writing, it's so Pacat and it's brillianti loved berengeri loved seeing that laurent had supporti loved interactions between ancel and berenger especially the constant "i see" bit lmaobut i really don't understand why this short is about like on of the least relevant characters in the whole universe. exploring previously unexplored characters? im all for it. but idk can we like...
  • Alice
    1970-01-01
    THE LAST LINE oh my godGoodbye, Captive Prince, you were amazing :’)
  • Elena
    1970-01-01
    A very sweet, well-written addition to the Captive Prince series!It was very interesting to see the "garden scene" and then the great hall scene through Ancel's eyes... ;)As for Ancel himself? I started up disliking him and thinking what a sneaky, plotting pest he is! but... ended up liking him ?!?! Lord Berenger was hard to decipher but at the end (when some of his reasons were revealed) I felt for him, too... :)Off to Prince's Gambi...
  • Alexis (TheSlothReader)
    1970-01-01
    To be honest, this was my least favorite of the short stories. I can't say that I was overly interested in Ancel as a character when I read Captive Prince. As such, I didn't really care that much to read his story. I enjoyed his relationship with Berenger but the ending was pretty unsatisfying. I'm going to give it 3 stars because I still enjoy Pacat's writing style and I enjoyed being able to see the events of CP from a different point of view. ...
  • anna (readingpeaches)
    1970-01-01
    icb that im here now, crying over ancel,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,