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  • All Is Faerie in Love and War

  • Fangs and Feathers, Book 2
  • By: Isla Frost
  • Narrated by: Tess Irondale
  • Length: 7 hrs and 32 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Summary

If the devil is knocking at your door, don't open it.

A simple enough rule to follow…or so you'd think.

When a criminal has magic too dangerous to merely lock up, we send them to a blackout prison. Hell would've been a better destination for this guy.

As a lowly cop in the LVMPD's Rapid Response unit, I'm used to dealing with all kinds of dumpster-fire scenarios. From drunk salamanders on a building-melting bender and angry manticore landlords threatening to eat tenants' gallbladders in lieu of payment, to human summoners calling up monsters from the deep to impress their girlfriends–to name a few.

But learning about the magic I shouldn't have while facing off against a psychopath who's worked me into his infernal plans for worldwide torment? That's decidedly outside my wheelhouse.

Oh, and my one and only fae friend is acting really strange.

I have to stop this devil from bringing hell to earth, but I'm petrified I'm going to help him pull it off instead.

Warning: This urban fantasy series contains danger, mayhem, humor, and heart, with characters you'll fall for–including a vampire with an unbeating heart of gold, a book-hoarding dragon who eats criminals for breakfast, a mysterious faerie who's as hot as the desert he slunk out of, and a human heroine who'll fight to save them all.

Includes Of Smoke and Sentiments: An Aurelis Bonus Scene.  

©2022 Isla Frost (P)2022 Podium Audio

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All Is Faerie in Love and War

Wow this book is hard to imagine, having your well taken away and all the frustration that would go into that. She fights the hard struggle and you can't are how she can possibly win! Excellent story with many hair raising challenges. Read brilliantly again by Read Irondale.

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  • Dee
  • 15-07-22

Love & War

I loved the characters in this story. The dragon is my favorite, but Ronin comes second. Please don't tell the dragon I don't remember how to spell her name, she might find me and use her sharp wit on me.

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  • Amanda
  • 13-04-22

As Amazing as the First Book!

Too many times, I’ve been horribly let down by the sequel of a book, but this one has proven that sequels can be just as enticing as the original. After the events of the first book, we were left wondering what was in store in this world where magic isn’t a secret and dragons are more than just majestic creatures who breathe fire. Vampires can indeed make the most incredible parents, and family isn’t always the one you’re born into. Fae aren’t all stoic and unblinking creatures who trick you into horrible situations. I’ve been wonderfully surprised and entertained by these books so far and can only hope (and pray) that this is just the beginning of an enthralling series! (So here I’ll be, waiting with baited breath until the next book comes out).