Well hello, dear Shelfies!
Completing a series is a cause for celebration, and it is something we at the Romantic Fantasy Shelf would like to do more often
(Even better since the Blizzard of Book Boyfriends has bonus points for reading and reviewing completed series!)
This trilogy follows Maeve of Carn through a trilogy of romantic fantasies: Pawn, Fated, and Noble. All three are in Kindle Unlimited.
Blurb for Pawn:
Maeve of Carn is a warrior of warriors, but she’s no hero.
Born with superhuman strength she sells her abilities to mercenaries and warlords in exchange for wealth.
Until the night of the full moon. . .
In the midst of a raid, led by the warlord she just might be falling in love with, Maeve is taken by the Dark Fae.
After leaving her to rot in the dungeon of the damned they offer her a deal.
If she finds a divine relic rumored to have the power to break all curses.
Left with no other choice, Maeve sets off on a perilous quest, guided by the Scholar.
Set in an expansive fantasy world with monsters, magic and mysteries, the Night of the Dark Fae series is an epic fantasy trilogy birthed from the mind of International Best Selling Author, Angela J. Ford. Readers who love action, adventure, romance, sword and sorcery will be held captive by this series.
What If I Read and Loved This Already?
Oh, what’s that? You’ve already read Night of the Dark Fae and you want more? Well, don’t worry! We’ve got just the thing.
Angela J. Ford’s upcoming release is one we’re all so excited about: Music of the Night.
Can you blame us? Seriously. Look at this gorgeous cover!
It’s coming out February 15, 2021, so if you haven’t already gotten your copy preordered, then dance your way over and get one now.
And just in case you need a little more persuasion, here is the blurb. Now I think you’ll see why we’re all so excited for this one.
Phantom of the Opera meets Beauty and the Beast in this gothic-inspired dark fantasy romance.
A haunted tower, a mysterious instructor, and the lure of the music of the night. . .
After the death of her father, Aria is left penniless and destitute. To avoid working the streets, she becomes the ward of a Count and moves to a remote town called High Tower.
High Tower is a gloomy place with one vivid attraction: the theater. Lords and ladies come from afar to be seduced by a night of unforgettable entertainment.
Many are warned to stay away from High Tower’s dangerous enchantments, but it’s a warning Aria is forced to ignore. Determined to take her life back into her hands, she and the Count make a deal. She can avoid an arranged marriage if she learns to sing for him.
When Aria stumbles across a mysterious man in a dark tower, she begs to learn the power of song from him. Although reluctant, the man agrees to teach her the music of the night. Between midnight meetings and emotional singing lessons, Aria falls in love with her alluring instructor despite his shadowy past.
But something deadly stirs, awoken by the desire of its master.
Evening reveries become haunted with terror, blood, and murder. Rumors claim the man in the tower is behind the madness that haunts High Tower, a truth Aria is loath to believe. For she just gained the desire of her heart.
What she doesn’t know is that her haunted instructor intends to use her for his own purposes. . .
Music of the Night is a complete, stand-alone novel inspired by Phantom of the Opera. Perfect for fans of dark and steamy fantasy romance.