• Forsaken Fae: The Complete Series, Books 1-3

  • Last Vampire World, Book 3
  • By: R. A. Steffan
  • Narrated by: Nick Hudson
  • Length: 18 hrs and 45 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (184 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 an annoying 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. Download the complete series boxset 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.

©2021 OtherLove Publishing, LLC (P)2021 OtherLove Publishing, LLC

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Plot. Character Development. Representation

I normally don't write out reviews. I just leave the stars and dig further into another book by the author. But reading the previous written reviews, one in particular, that made me WANT to write one. Even though the person gave a good review, the review it self left me feeling sick to my stomach. So I started this book series in spite. And I am so happy I did.

I love MM romance books. However, sometimes they can seem fickle and shallow. A lot of them are insta-love or forced mating pair type thing. This book takes an incredibly deep dive into the narrative (with amazing world building to boot) that makes you LOVE each and every character. This book series has so much respectful representation. I am talking beautiful trans-characters, They/Them, Masc/Fem and so many others in-between. The slow build up and enemy-to-love trope is expertly done as well. I mean they don't even start to become friends until book two! SO GOOD.

I have nothing but AMAZING things to say and will definitely be sharing this book with my BL and LGBTQA+ discords.

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Thoroughly Enjoyed This Series...

I thoroughly enjoyed this series, particularly the last book...for reasons you will understand once you have read the book. Len and Albigard are an awesome pairing and I can so relate to the needs of release presented by Albigard and Len's ability to sense the need was intense. Really enjoyed this story.

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X Rated content

Adult fantasy. Explicit homosexual content including sex acts ,bondage and torture. Be aware this is suitable for adults only.

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Waste of time

This book took forever to get going. I suffered through the first book thinking and hoping it would go somewhere.. atlas book two ended up being even worse. Couldn’t make it all the way through. Do not recommend

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loved

loved Nick Hudson! New to me, story wasn't either! All 3 of them !

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Really Bad na

way to fast sounds like the narration is painful for the narrator. makes me stressed to listen so sad I wasted a purchased credit on this. When I click 3 stars why does it go to 4 STOP CHEATING

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AMAZING!

Loved this story. I knew Albigard from previous RA Steffan stories. He's the epitome of errogance. He is always in control. It's quite satisfying to see that he has met someone who shows Albi that there can be satisfaction found in giving someone else complete control over you. Len and Albigard are quite the team. Len has a gratifying sense of humor and Albi encompasses that fae sarcasm . . . together they make for a great story. The narrator was hard to listen to at first, but give him a chance and he gets better

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God this is so good

I want MOREEEE. I havent read the adjacent books but was able to follow this one fine. There is a short followup book u can get through their website GET IT its free and has the same narrator. The couple works really well together. even though its common to see this is not a story where two incompatable people do an "opposites attract" thing where you have no idea why theyre together or what they do when its not sex. The two turn out to have a lot in common and in this case while they kinda are still "opposites" in some ways its very clear theyre healthy for each other.

Its definitly a slow burn, but as we all know, slow burns just mean its that much better when you finally see the resulting couple, and god they just are perfect for eachother. The action fills it fairly well after the first few chapters but the first one or two chapters admitedly nearly made me drop the book. I just kinda played the book when I was driving to and from places until I started to realize I was getting invested and started binging it.

I will say I did hope to hear something that would mean len will be around for a very long time with albi but since theres more books set in the same world I still hold hope.

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Not sure why I finished

Oof. Narrator was horrific with female voices. Storyline was bland (need to read previous books to get the full picture? but then again, who cares). The characters were 2-dimensional. By the end of the book I could say I didn't care if they all died from the Hunt. But I was on a long road trip so I finished the whole thing despite itself, and it didn't particularly affront me, so 2 stars I guess. I will not be reading anything by this author, and certainly not listening to anything containing female characters by this narrator, again

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Loved it!!!

I loved this series! I hated to reach the end. I look forward to more from the author.

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  • Mrs. E. J. Curtis
  • 03-11-22

Enjoyable Story

The concept is interesting and well written. The characters are likeable and the narration is good.

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  • Mary
  • 12-19-21

Didn't even make it to the end of bk 1

I was hoping for a good long audio trilogy, however, after an interesting first couple of hours the plot began to drag...then continued to drag. There were so many characters I couldn't keep up. The first few hours hadn't enamoured me to either Len or Albegard enough to care what happened to them. I got bored and dnf.

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  • Naneop
  • 11-19-21

Really entertaining

The book was really entertaining and made me laugh many times. Performance was absolutely perfect. All characters had distinct voices and the narrator voiced emotion well. Only down side is that the romance wasn't really there.