- File Size: 1014 KB
- Print Length: 231 pages
- Publisher: IGLA; 1.00 edition (December 23, 2011)
- Publication Date: December 23, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B006PNR8VU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #321,545 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Prince of Air and Darkness Kindle Edition
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Prince of Air and Darkness started out as a bit of free reading on the Author's website while bored at work, then once I got to the steamy scenes, I had to call it quits. (No one wants someone else to walk into their cubicle as a somewhat inappropriate word crosses into their field of vision.) I planned to read at home but forgot. Finally, when I got back to it, I was saddened to see that it was now being sold, and on Kindle (I have a Nook and hate doing all the wierd app computer thingys.) Finally, when I got my iPhone, I decided, why not have both apps on there, and then I can read on the go at times when I cant bring my nook along. I did and immediately bought and read this book. I am not sorry for that decision.
The story follows Hunter Teague, son of the Queen of Air and Darkness of the Unseelie court. His task is to impregnate the Seelie King's mortal daughter, Kiera Malone. I loved me some Hunter. There's something about a sexy anamalistic man that I just love, and with a name like Hunter, how could you not resist? He knows how to seduce a woman and is just all around sexy!!! I wanted him to be real. Yes, I agree, he's horrible for trying to get into Kiera's bed, but still, how many men do you know that don't want to get into a woman's bed. Therefore, I still love him.
Kiera is a great character. She is even headed and firm, but a bit stubborn. I loved her. She was relatable and an even match for Mr. Teague. She definitely gave him a run for his money.
I also loved the supporting characters. Jackson - the gay best friend, Kiera's Mother, and even the goblin Bane gave me a lot of variation and fun when reading this book.It was great.
The story line wasn't too predictable. Although at times I knew what would happen because there was just NO other way to get around it, the author put in just the right amount of twists and turns to make it interesting. I wont tell you what happened in the end, but lets just say I wasnt frustrated.
I would give this book 4 stars. It was a great read. I had a few issues with the lateness of the decision for the conclusion, and a few solutions in the middle, but on the whole, it was enjoyable.
Prince of Air and Darkness was a nice bad boy goes good (or morally challenged Fae Prince goes good) story, although I did discover about 3/4ths of the way in that I must have read the story way back when it was free since the climax in the conflict of the story and the resolution at the end were very familiar. Still I love stories where a less than white hat hero is redeemed and author Black does an especially good job with Hunter and I liked Kira too especially when she finally steps up and works to have a shot at a HEA near the end.
So I enjoyed, Black's story so much that even though I've pretty much stuck to her adult stories (and have read pretty much all of them - love her new UF Descendants series by the way) I may just have to give her YA Fae ones a try.