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Download The Marked Prince The Darkest Court #2 Epub Ê 305 pages ï Johnscyclingdiary µ ✯ [PDF] ❤ The Marked Prince The Darkest Court #2 By M.A. Grant ✼ – Torn between two worlds desperate to save one loveThe Summer Court is nothing lHe missing Unseelie princeWhen a powerful enemy steps from the shadows it could spell the end not just for the Unseelie but for both faerie Courts Sebastian must Marked Prince The PDF #197 choose complete the mission and earn his place among the Unseelie who took him in or risk his very life to ensure freedom for the man he lovesThis book is approximately wordsOne click with confidence This title is part of the Carina Press Romance Promise all the romance you’re looking for with an HEAHFN It’s a promise 4119 WE HAVE A COVER AND IT’S GLORIOUS I will kneel for you Only you from this moment until my last If I could give this book than 5 stars I would In a heartbeat IN A HEARTBEAT ALL the freaking stars for this book The truly funny thing about all of this is that after reading it's predecessor Prince of Air and Darkness PAD I was So In Love with Roark and Finny and their love story that I thought there was No Way I could possibly buy into any other love stories in this universe Boy oh boy was I WrongThis about sums up my emotional evolution while reading this bookMe before starting The Marked Prince I hope I can get into this book but I'm honestly worried I won't like them as much a I liked Finny and RoarkMe about 96% into The Marked Prince OMG Roark stop being such a self righteous ass and LEAVE THEM ALONE My babies Seb and Slaine need some spaceI won't say too much about the plot itself because it's all one big massive mind blowing spoiler Long story short Sebastian who we don't really get to know too well in PAD is or less forced to return to the Seelie Court on a secret undercover mission to retrieve Roark's traitorous older brother Slaine Upon his arrival he discovers an Unseelie slave Duine who is being mercilessly tortured by Sebastian's truly awful cousin Aoife Sebastian convinces his uncle Aoife's father to turn Duine over to him to be his personal manservant As Duine helps Sebastian navigate court life and Sebastian attempts to show Duine that not all Seelie Fae are terrible monsters it becomes clear that both men are not who they at first appeared to beThis bookThis Book I've put off writing this review because I was so overwhelmed with how much I loved it and how much it made me feel I was worried and still am that I wouldn't be able to do it justice or put it all into wordsSo if you couldn't tell I ended up than buying into the love story in this book Do I like this pair better than Roark and Finny It's hard to say but maybe I loved these two characters and I loved how much I felt like they needed each other It's probably best to not compare them because both couples are glorious in their own wayWe learn so much in this book so many secrets so much backstory About Sebastian Slaine the driving forces behind the imbalance in magic between the courtswe even learn some new and super shocking things about Roark I felt like this book did a great job answering some of the uestions I had from PAD and really fleshing out the story in a cohesive way It's tone is very different from PAD though this book gets a bit darker and grittier And our main characters are actually separated for good portion of the book which is such a heart breaking section of the book but so necessary we see just how connected these two have become just how much they need each other His call echoes into my bones and I obey because he's my prince my king the only man I ever wish to kneel before and he's here waiting for me Seb I whisper and the leaves stretch toward me I've come back I'm excited and nervous for the next installment I'm no longer worried in the least that I won't completely fall for the new love story Kieran and Lugh I know I will I'm nervous however to see how the impending Civil War between the Courts plays out I have my fingers crossed that we won't lose any of the characters we've come to love but what's an epic story without some loss All I know is I will for sure have the tissues on hand when I start reading The Iron CrownThank you to NetGalley and Carina Press for providing me with a free advance review copy ARC in exchange for an honest review And a HUGE thank you to author M A Grant who actually personally granted me access to the ARC

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Seelie royal himself is developing a dangerous and deepening affectionBut behind the mask Duine wears are secrets as dangerous as what’s smoldering between them The Marked PDF or And the Duine helps Sebastian navigate Court life the it becomes clear the servant is not who he appears to be How he came to be the whipping boy of one of the most powerful and corrupt faeries in the Summer Court is a truth Sebastian is determined to uncover even if it puts him at odds with the very people who can lead him to t I wavered between a 4 and a 5 on this one I really loved it but I was thrown by some aspects of the story that I can't mention due to spoilersSeb and Slaine were an amazing couple I felt that their relationship was as organic as it could have possibly been due to the circumstances Seb was a ray of light especially for Slaine It was so good for him to see a way of ruling that would benefit all of the people and even the lessons from his mother's rule helped SebThis has stacked up to be a very interesting storyline I don't even mind the lack of heat because the rest is so goodLastly I had issues with John Solo's narration in the first book in the series but I felt his voices were very fitting of the characters in this book

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The Marked Prince The Darkest Court #2Prince The Epub #219 Torn between two worlds desperate to save one loveThe Summer Court is nothing like Sebastian remembers The oppressed lower classes are drained of their magick and around every corner political intrigues threaten an already unstable regime Sebastian’s only hope of surviving the Court and bringing home Prince Lyne’s traitorous brother Marked Prince The Darkest Court Epublies with Duine a magickless Unseelie servant desperate to win his freedom A servant for whom Sebastian an estranged Oh that was good even better than the exceptionally good series opener for me and absolutely jam packed with everything I want in a fantasy novelIt's no secret to anyone who follows my reviews what a massive fan of this genre I am and one of the overlooked gems for inspiration is Irish Mythology MA Grant has firmly established her world's heritage in the legends of the Sidhe Irish Fae and this instalment focuses its gaze on the Summer Court of the SeelieI love the Fae they're my favourite paranormal inspiration and the SeelieUnseelie in particular have such a wealth of stories that it's a challenge to create something new but with a deep foundation in the mythology With this narrative we get a glorious and at times viciously cruel tale of the Unseelie High Prince Sláine and his captivity at the hands of the Summer Court's High Princess There's a huge plot twist which I absolutely loved and which fits so perfectly with the character of the villain inhabiting that role that I cheered even though he's an absolute bastard because it so brilliantly exposes the trickster part of his history The romance like book one drives the narrative but in an incredibly subtle fashion it's what underpins everything without ever being the direct focusI loved Sebastian He's conflicted hesitant and desperately naive but also so brave and compassionate and kind His friendship with the man he doesn't know is Sláine trapped behind a Thrall and mask is slow burning but compelling and I loved how their dedication and devotion to each other grew throughoutThe book goes in directions I'd never have guessed and I loved that it surprised me from start to finish#ARC kindly received from the publishers Carina Press via NetGalley in return for an honest and unbiased review