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My heart hasn't beat in a 1,000 years. I haven't uttered a word in prison, and the guards keep their distance. If they get too close, they die - until at last, my magic binds my soul to another.

Unfortunately, the person destined to save me is a night elf - the enemy of my kind. And yet, when I see her in the cell across from mine, an ember starts to burn in my chest. When we escape together down the palace walls, it’s almost like I can feel again.

As we journey to find the magic that will save us both, attraction simmers between us. But I keep my secrets close. Because, if she finds out what I am, she will find a way to kill me, even if it means sacrificing herself to do it.

©2020 Corey Press (P)2020 Corey Press

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Interesting story

Something different but amazing. Thank goodness book 2 is available now, so i can continue with the story. Great job

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Amazing as always

C n Crawford never disappoints with her books ! Their always jam paked with adventure , romance and humour .. Try his book is no exception . Can't wait to find out what happens to Ali and Galen in the next book ❤️

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Spectacular, an epic story.

This is by far my favourite C.N Crawford series, the narrative is done extremely well. Marroc is an amazing leading character, the lead female Ali is perfectly written both strong and capable but isn't indestructible. Everything is well paced and exciting, I read this first on ebook and couldn't put it down. Since then I bought the physical version and audiobook too, this is where it all started for me and made me a huge fan of all of her books.

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Awesome Story

Such Hardships, Such Loss, Two People Brought Together In Unlikely Circumstances. All Fighting Their Own Battles . Who Will Succeed, Who Will Fail. That Why I Have To Read Book Two Too Find Out. I So Want The Royal High Elves Destroyed And Only The Prince To Survive And Right His Fathers Wrongs.

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  • Anna
  • 27-10-20

Exactly what I wanted!

I really love fantasy romance/ paranormal romance and this book hit the nail on the head. It had the usual tropes of assassins and Princes but it still had an original story and plot that was wonderfully done.

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  • AMP5
  • 24-03-21

A really nice surprise

I was rather desperate for a story, and took a chance on this one. And I was very happily surprised overall. I was soon caught up in the story. There are some great creative touches that caught me by surprise, and maybe best of all, some real, actually funny, humor.
Some of the writing is “under-written” or simplistic?, while at other times the writing is breathtaking and very well-done.
The concept, to me, was unique and intriguing. I found myself quite happily entertained, and naturally able to root for and sympathize with both protagonists. I liked how the cursed prince is forced to gradually re-acclimate himself to the world after 1000 years of imprisoned darkness. It’s perfect for the story and makes sense. Actually after reading the next two books in series, the entire plot of this first book makes all kinds of sense and is very well done. I liked it the best of whole series, I think.
Maybe I’ve just stumbled upon a genre I’m unfamiliar with. Or maybe it’s just this author, but to me, it’s disconcerting to have modern day memes thrown in, such as referring to 80s singer Rick Astley as “RickRoll”. My nieces used that phrase a few days ago and it was SO very weird to find out it wasn’t fictional. Not sure I like that. It jolts a reader from the “suspension of disbelief” necessary for reading fiction. Some elements are familiar from basic folklore though. Just broken apart, mixed up and reassembled into something new.
All in all, definitely worth the credit and very glad I stumbled upon it.
As for narration, I can’t say much. I’ve become spoiled by narrators who have serious pitch range and can give males a deeper voice. I definitely prefer that, but as long as I can differentiate the characters I don’t criticize. Often written books don’t give enough clues to speaker changes, they just make a new paragraph, so it’s critical in audiobooks that narrators somehow signal the change. I’ve been so confused at times. Apparently this narrator did a good job since I don’t remember that happening.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 09-02-21

Lucky no more

I have been lucky in finding some awesome books. Sadly, my luck ran out. This had some potential, too bad the author didn't achieve any of it. I made it as far as I could before calling it quits. The characters just weren't evolving. In every chapter, the author repeated how "his soul was inside her". Once, maybe a reminder, but not every chapter... okay, maybe it wasn't every single chapter, but it darn sure was overkill..

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  • Ria's reviews
  • 25-01-21

Amazing start to a series!!

Eveey body should get this book is amazing, non stop action, twist and turns!! Must read!!!!

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  • Gabriella F.
  • 22-02-21

Enjoyable read

It had enough original ideas to not feel like a story I have read before. I like the strong independent female character. Not really sure about the dead, living guy but will listen to book two so here goes nothing!

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  • Becca Ebach
  • 04-01-21

Good story for a casual listen

This is a good story for a casual, not focused solely on the story book. There were several holes or maybe parts I missed, like when did she start wearing a dress? and the narrator changed how names were pronounced several times, which got a bit confusing sometimes. Overall it was a good listen, if you don't get hung up on the details.

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  • Sharon
  • 21-12-20

loved it!

I thought it was great my only issue was the voice for the prince. I wish his regular thinking voice would have been more distinct from hers because I often forgot who was talking unless it was a direct quote.
Still great just make sure to pay attention.