All the Queen's Men: A Fae Romance Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Jensen, Finn, Christian, and Rhys.
One is my protector, another my best friend, the third my betrothed, and the fourth...something else entirely.
And I want them all.
I never thought I'd fall for more than one man, but then again, I didn't think I would wake up on my birthday the queen of the Shadow Court, hunted, in danger, and unable to control my newfound fae powers. Which seem to get stronger the more I give in to my need for these men.
In order to claim my title, I have to complete a set of trials with my men at my side. But a dark force is out to kill me, and every day that passes they get closer to their goal.
I spent my life thinking I was human. I couldn't have been more wrong.
Now the fate of the Shadow Court fae rests on my shoulders.
I am Queen of the Shadow Court, they are my men, and nothing will stop me from taking my throne.
This book contains M/F, M/M, and M/F/M/M/M scenes. Originally published in serialized form as The Queen of the Shadow Court, this title has been re-edited, and more content has been added.
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|Listening Length||11 hours and 5 minutes|
|Narrator||Stella Hunter, Shane East, Jason Clarke, Teddy Hamilton, Jacob Morgan, Wesleigh Siobhan, Kylie Stewart|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||August 26, 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #16,131 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#43 in Fantasy Anthologies & Short Stories (Audible Books & Originals)
#113 in Fantasy Anthologies
#265 in Fantasy Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2021
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Looking beyond the men themselves, I was immediately drawn into the magical fae world of the Shadow Court and Maeve’s quest for her rightful place on the throne. I loved that she grew up as a human and was suddenly thrust into a world that was unknown, unusual and unlike anything she had ever known. That’s quite a way to celebrate your 21st birthday! And while it may be her true home, it takes an incredible journey, the love of four amazing men and trials of strength, skill and wit to fulfill her destiny as Queen Maeve.
As for the audiobook, the duet narration was simply fantastic!!! Each character is made all the more bold and impressive by these amazing narrators who bring them to incredible life. Stella Hunter is wonderful as Maeve. She makes you feel Maeve’s uncertainty as she realizes that she is actually a faerie queen and sense her growth in strength as she fights to save her people and earn her crown. Most importantly, she makes the love that grows between her and her men truly palpable. Speaking of her men, Shane East (Jensen), Jason Clarke (Finn), Teddy Hamilton (Christian) and Jacob Morgan (Rhys) each bring such unique voices to the men they portray. I love their voices, their accents and their passion! Just when you think one of them is your favorite, another one comes along and steals your heart. Guests Kylie Stewart and Wesleigh Siobhan are so wonderful, too!
Warning - There's too much love making in this book and I loved every single moment of it!!!! This really works especially in audio format! Personally, I wanted one or two more scenes, but who wouldn't when you have all of these fantastic voices in full cast audio.
Solid choice for PNR RH fans!
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This is one of those insta love cases, where she sees a guy, immediately falls for him and he for her, and rinse and repeat 4 times. To be fair, there was double insta love at the start, where she meets Finn and Jensen, and the other two guys were individual, but still.
There was barely any plot, which I don't mind when I like the characters, but I didn't end up liking anyone here. It's weak at best, it's there just to fill up some time between romantic scenes.
And then there's Maeve's training, or lack thereof. There's one distinct scene I remember, it was over too quickly, and the point in the book it first appears is a bit strange. You'd think she'd want to train the very second she sees she has powers, especially since she seems so concerned about hurting her mates, but no.
I don't think this author is for me, since this is now the third book that I either don't like or don't have strong feelings for. But I am going to read The Mate Games anyway, it should be more to my taste since it's a collab with another author I love.
Finally, the short story at the end deserves a mention. It was so much better than the main book and I think getting through 500+ pages just to get to it was worth it. I wasn't even going to read it, but I'm glad I did. If there was a story with those two characters, like their own spinoff, then I think I'd give K. Loraine another chance.
4 stars for the short story, 2 stars for the main story, so I'll be nice and give it 3.