To this day, it is said that the descendants of the Fae left behind still wait for the return of the Seer’s and guardians....
Victoria will come up against the biggest threat of her life to fulfill a prophecy; and find the one that history has destined her to be with, a Fae Prince who never expected to be made a prisoner by vampires.
Now Victoria and the Prince must find a way to connect the bond between them before the people of the Fae are lost, and Victoria and the Prince lose their soul to the darkness.
Modern/ Historical Arthurian Fantasy Series
There are four more books to come in this series that will take you back into a land of Arthurian legend where a final climatic battle unlike any other will take place.
Based on the legend of the return of King Arthur, when his people would be in need of the mythological and legendary King of lore once again.
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very good listen easy to follow
his voice was soothing and it kept me intrigued to keep listing
no real extreme reaction I did laugh at times
defiantly worth the time to listen I did enjoy very much
It's a hard question to answer because I don't tend to have time to listen again but I did enjoy this and certainly would have no qualms about doing so.
Interestingly, I found Creature to be one of the more interesting characters, though of course one should root for the protagonist!
Creature was probably one of my favorites, but I have a predilection of unusual voice characters.
I smiled pleasantly through this. No extreme reactions. I have gotten to know the author a little but had not yet had the chance to hear/read her writing style and I was quite pleasantly surprised by it. There were some very clever moments in this story.
I wanted to rate this a 5, but had to give it a 4. I felt that the story was strong and then suddenly took a rapid turn on certain parts and I would love to see Geraldine stretch her wings more on her subsequent books and really let her cleverness hold a more steady pace towards the end. The climactic scene happened a little too fast for me. As for Alex Hyde-White, you have to hear the voice change at the very end in the credits to REALLY appreciate how well he converted his voice for some of these parts and I was most impressed by that. However, for my particular ears, I would have liked his pace to be just a tad faster. Overall great job. I'm looking forward to the next installment!