• Forsaken Fae: Book One

  • By: R. A. Steffan
  • Narrated by: Nick Hudson
  • Length: 5 hrs and 39 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (50 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

There's an unconscious fae drooling on Len's couch. That's not even the weirdest thing to happen to him this week. 

Len's been told that not all fae are scheming, manipulative pricks. A moot point, since this one definitely is - he knows that much from bitter experience.

So, when his vampire ex-coworker dumps Albigard of the Unseelie on Len's doorstep, he gives her two hours to find a better hiding place for the fae fugitive before tossing him straight to the curb with the rest of the garbage.

He should have known better, of course. Because, if there's one thing Len's learned since being thrown into the deep end of the seedy paranormal underworld, it's that nothing is ever so simple. 

Now, he's on the run from a cataclysmic primal force trying to tear its way into the human realm, stuck with a charismatic bastard who already knows way too much about the inside of Len's messed-up head. The first time he met Albigard, Len punched the fae in his too-perfect face. This time, they'll have to learn to work together - or risk having their souls torn apart and consigned to the void, with the rest of humanity facing the same fate soon after.

The Wild Hunt has slipped its chains. Darkness is coming for the world. 

Forsaken Fae is a slow-burn M/M urban fantasy trilogy. It's set in the same world as the best-selling series The Last Vampire and its other spinoff, Vampire Bound. Buy Forsaken Fae: Book One today and enter a world shared by humans, fae, demons, and vampires. It’s a place where the supernatural threatens the mundane, nothing is as it seems, and enemies must overcome their tangled pasts in order to save the future.

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So... when’s book two coming out?

I went in blind on this one. I listened to the sample and went for it.

Knowing that this book is a spin off of an another series, i was still able to follow the story and there’s enough explanation on some pertinent details that you won’t get lost listening to the story.

The story is fast paced. It’s instense and like any Fae-centered story, there’s a lot of political angles to the story.

Also, if you’re expecting romance, please take heed of the description saying this is a slow burn. There was not even an inkling in this book of both MCs getting together. The animosity was explained well and it carries out throughout the book except for some parts..

It’s a great read, an adventure. Think of it as an urban fantasy than a fantasy romance and you’ll be able to enjoy the book more.

But for real though, when’s book two coming out?

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not my favorite

it was kind of boring not going to lie. This is book one but picks up like it is book 2. the storyline was pretty much slow and I didnt feel the emotions I have had in other books. It had the typical stereotype for S&M clubs. I couldn't get into it and felt like I wasted my money on this one.

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