Far beneath the streets of London, in abandoned tunnels of the London Underground, the age-old battle between Light and Dark brews. Are you ready to enter the Underground?
When Meghan Kelly, 18 years old and backpacking across England, descends into the century-old stone tunnels of the Underground, she plans on a hot date at a secret nightclub. Instead she finds herself imprisoned and in a fight for her very survival.
Kiernan has lived in the Underground nearly all his life. After his encounters with Meghan, he must choose between loyalty to his father and saving the human girl he yearns for - not an easy decision when his people face extinction, and Meghan might hold the key to saving them.
In this box set edition of The Underground Trilogy, join Meghan and Kiernan in their epic race for survival that spans hearts, paranormal civilizations, and continents. The box set contains all three books in the trilogy: Wings of Shadow, Wings of Memory, and Wings of Light.
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Fantasy romance at its finest!
I would first like to state that I received the audiobook of the trilogy free from the author in exchange for an honest review. That being said, I love all things fae and this set did not disappoint by any means. The romance was decent, the characters multi-faceted, and the pace steady. I have to say of all the characters, Kiernan and Wish were my favorites. I liked Wish because he was just hilarious. Kiernan on the other hand, was brooding and forever doubting himself at first (I do love my brooding heroes!). Over the course of the trilogy we really get to see him come out of his shell and shine. Meghan was a decent heroine, she just got on my nerves at times with her indecisiveness (a bit reminiscent of Bella from Twilight). However this was a good set, full of suspense, magic, and love (not just of the romantic sort). Lovers of fantasy romance, buckle-up because this is one ride you don't want to miss!
If I had to pick one thing I liked best, it would be the tension and obvious affection between Kiernan and Meghan
I really liked that she gave each character their own voice to try and make them come alive.
The moment that most moved me within the trilogy was in Wings of Light, the third book. The scene between Kiernan and Meghan on the bus was so full of raw emotion and was the culmination of the whole trilogy for me.
- M. C. (MagstheBookWorm) "I'm a prolific reader, forever looking for new favorites. I can always be counted on for a truly honest review."
Wondrous tale of brotherhood
- C. Sforza "absolutartist1"