Series: Fantasyland #5
Published on August 15th 2016
Genres: Adult, Fantasy & Magic, Romance
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Against his will, Noctorno Hawthorne, an undercover vice cop, finds himself embroiled in magic, mayhem and parallel universes. Too late, he meets an amazing woman only to find she’s destined for his identical twin in another world.
And things aren’t going real great there.
Noc is recruited to help save that world.
What he doesn’t know is his destined love resides there.
Franka Drakkar wears a mask. A mask she never takes off to protect herself in a world of malice, intrigue and danger.
When Franka meets Noc and he discovers her secrets, convinced she carries a midnight soul, having shielded herself from forming bonds with anyone, she struggles with accepting his tenderness and care.
When Noc meets Franka, over wine and whiskey, her masks slips and Noc knows it’s her—only her—and he has to find a way to get her to come home with him.
And then make her want to stay.
Do you like to read Fantasy?
Do you like reading Fantasy that has stellar (and easy to follow) world building, heart-stopping action, page-scorching romance, and an extraordinarily satisfying HEA & epilogue?
Well, look no further, cause the Fantasyland series by Kristen Ashley is exactly what you need.
Each book features a different couple; and though I highly recommend that you read them in order, you could, in theory get by reading them separately as standalones.
This post is mainly highlighting the latest (and sadly, the final *sniff*) installment of the series, Midnight Soul. But if you’re new to the Fantasyland series, and are wondering where to start, go HERE. (Hint, book one is titled Wildest Dreams.) **If you’re like me, and have so many books, and so little time, let me also HIGHLY recommend getting the audiobooks! The narrator is FANTASTIC. And, not to mention, they’re only $1.99 each via Whispersync (if you own the kindle version and are purchasing the audiobooks via Audible.) (Note: only the first two books are currently available in audio format; the remaining three will be available in October!)
Anyway, enough of my fangirling, let’s get this Midnight Soul party started!
Check out the book description at the top of this post, and check out the excerpt and giveaway below!
(Do yourself a favor, and 1-click each book in this series, and thank me later!)
“You need to leave,” I declared.
His brows drew together a moment before his expression showed clearly that comprehension had dawned.
Sadly, comprehension might have dawned but he didn’t leave.
He crouched by the bed and offered in a soft voice, “You need me to carry you to the other room so you can have a bit of privacy?”
He thought I needed a chamber pot.
What was happening to my face?
The heat I felt in my cheeks could be nothing other than me blushing.
I didn’t blush. I’d never blushed. Not even when I’d set about seducing my first lover at age sixteen.
I needed to be quit of this man as soon as possible.
“No…I…do…not,” I bit out.
“Sure?” he asked kindly.
“I need you to leave, Noctorno,” I used his full name in an effort to irritate, something that worked if the flare in his eyes was any indication, “so Josette can prepare me. We’re away to Kristian’s this morning.”
Another drawing of his brows before he asked, “What?”
“After my toilette, Josette and I are to my sleigh so we can begin our journey to my brother’s home.”
His eyes got bigger as his mouth inquired peculiarly, “Are you high?”
“No,” I answered his ridiculous question unnecessarily, “Indeed, I’m low. As you can see since I’m lying abed.”
For a second he just stared at me.
Then he threw his head back and burst into loud, deep, beautiful laughter.
I wanted to throw something at him.
Unfortunately, in my current position, this was not an option open to me.
“I fail to see what’s amusing,” I noted.
He controlled his mirth only to mutter, “I’ll explain it later.” He went on more distinctly, “Frannie, you’re not goin’ to your brother’s today. Or tomorrow. Or until you’re fit. Then, maybe Valentine will spirit you there, or whatever the fuck that’s called. But for the foreseeable future, your ass is in that bed and you’re resting so you can heal.”
Who did he think he was, telling me what I would or would not do?
“As you’ve determined,” I began, “this is not the first time I’ve been in this condition so I do believe that I know best what I’m capable of and…”
I stopped speaking because he came slightly out of his crouch so he could put his face into my face and he was no longer looking mirthful.
He was looking angry.
“That was when you had no one lookin’ out for you but that’s not the case anymore. So this is how it’s gonna be,” he announced.
He then, to my shock, irritation and outrage, announced how it was going to be.
Like he had the right to tell me how it was going to be!
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