Throne of the Fallen PDF/E-Book by Kerri Maniscalco

Throne of the Fallen is about Prince Envy and the human artist Camilla. Envy is in a high-stakes game, and Camilla, with her secrets, gets involved. It’s full of twists, turns, and a romantic plot.Kerri Maniscalco did it again! I didn’t think she could achieve in one book what she did in three books of the Kingdom of the Wicked trilogy, but she did! Highly Recommended.

Description of the Book:

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Book Synopsis:

Sinner. Villain. Wicked.

The Prince of Envy has never claimed to be a saint. But when a cryptic note arrives, signaling the beginning of a deadly game, he knows it will take more than a hint of sin to win and save his falling demon court. Riddles, hexed objects, anonymous players, nothing will stand in his way, though none of his meticulous plans prepare him for her, the frustrating artist who ignites his sin like no other…

Virtuous. Darling. Liar.

The trouble with scoundrels and blackguards is that they haven’t a modicum of honor, a fact Miss Camilla Antonius learns after one desperate mistake allows Waverly Green’s most notorious rake to blackmail her. To avoid a ruinous scandal, Camilla is forced to enter a devil’s bargain with Envy, little expecting his game will awaken her true nature . . .

Together, Envy and Camilla must embark on a perilous journey through the Underworld—from glittering demon courts to the sultry vampire realm and beyond—while trying to avoid the most dangerous trap of all: falling in love.

Book Quotes That We Like:

“Darkness was never as appealing as the light to most, but that didn’t mean it was any less integral to life. Too much sunshine withered the soul. Balance was the key.”

“You can trust me with your life, Camilla. That is something precious. Something I’d never play with. No matter what game is happening. Truth?”

“It was that intensity she’d loved imagining, that feeling of being wholly consumed by another person. Just once she wanted someone to want her. Not her art. Not her talent. Her. Sometimes she felt so alone.”

“I will be your God, your Creator, your Destroyer, and every depraved dark thing in between.”

“Women are not possessions. She belongs to herself, you arrogant halfwit.”

“Life would be so much simpler if she would fall for the male whose moral compass was as dependable as the North Star.”

“Nature was a violent mistress, her beauty a mask to hide her cruelty.”

“Her art was often her soul laid bare, a part of her she hesitated to share with just anyone.”

Kerri Maniscalco, Throne of the Fallen

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