Prince of Air and Darkness

Written by:
M.A. Grant
Narrated by:
John Solo

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
June 2019
12 hours 32 minutes
Phineas Smith has been cursed with a power no one could control. Roark Lyne is his worst enemy and his only hope.

The only human student at Mather's School of Magick, Phineas Smith has a target on his back. Born with the rare ability to tap into unlimited magick, he finds both Faerie Courts want his allegiance-and will do anything to get it. They don't realize he can't levitate a feather, much less defend the Faerie Realm as it slips into civil war.

Unseelie Prince Roark Lyne, Phineas's roommate-and self-proclaimed arch nemesis-is beautiful and brave and a pain in the ass. Phineas can't begin to sort through their six years of sexual tension masquerading as mutual dislike. But Roark is also the only one able to help Finn tame his magick.

Trusting Roark's mysterious motives may be foolish; not accepting his temporary protection would be deadly.

Caught in the middle of the impending war, Phineas and Roark forge a dangerous alliance. And as the walls between them crumble, Phineas realizes that Roark isn't the monster he'd imagined. But their growing intimacy threatens to expose a secret that could either turn the tide of the war . . . or destroy them both.

Contains mature themes.
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not my style

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Heather J.

I really liked this book. I quickly became addicted to this series.

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Jillian Y.

I enjoyed the way the story progressed. It didn’t feel rushed. It was a good listen.

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Chris P.

Enjoyed it but found it hard to follow at times. Seemed to jump around a bit.

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I liked it and it kept my interest, but i didn't love the book.

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Terrible writing. Minimal and very predictable plot. Basically soft porn or the worst of romance novels. Only barely redeeming feature is the lovers are 2 young men. Good to know the GLBT community is being treated equally.

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This book was different. I loved the title and the cover art. The story was okay. Suffice it to say the fairies don't play. Phen had the lay line power and it worked really well when he and the Prince are working together. It should have been better. I don't think I will continue the series.

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