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Prince Théoden is now finally able to preside over his city now that King Ara's decree as been fulfilled. However, things may not run as smoothly has he'd like, considering Deacon has other plans for him and his vampires. The wolf Alpha desires more territory, and he's willing to manipulate and kill anyone to get what he wants. Noel, has his plate full becoming a Father to a willful son, as well as his training with Marco to be a General. Not to mention being used in negotiations by his Father, the Prince. There's never a dull moment in New Haven. 

Highly erotic and extremely dark and twisted. Prepare yourself. 

Warning: This book contains strong adult content not meant for sensitive eyes. This book is filled with dark, twisted, raunchy and steamy scenes between powerful, sexy men that will either offend you or get ya revved up. This series will not be pulling any punches, and it won't apologize for hurting your feelings, either. You'll find no fluff and ruffles here. The vampires are not misunderstood, hopeless romantics looking for love. The werewolves are not cute and cuddly and the dragons aren't the ones from your childhood. This is NOT a romance.

©2015 Nicholas Bella (P)2020 Nicholas Bella

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Love the Series/Hate the New Narrator

I've read the series many times and listened to the past Audiobooks and loving them. When I saw the new Audiobook, I bought it without question... I should have listened to the sample. How can one be expected to fall for the silky deep tones and timbers of the other narrator and now listen to high pitched, nasally, winey and offputting voice that reads too fast to even get into a scene. Theoden deserved better... Everyone deserved better. Struggled to get into it, and definitely was not drip worthy, like I definitely did with the other narrator. This in no way takes away from me loving the authors words and reading and rereading this series on my kindle. Just disappointed that I can't keep hearing the series.

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3.5 to 4 Blue Roses 5 Blue Flames Narrator Maxx Powers’ deep, sexy voice lends itself perfectly to this dark and sickly twisted paranormal erotic audiobook. I cumbersomely started the audiobook with apprehension, due to the change in narrators. It did take some time getting used to, especially the new King Ara and Theoden voices, but after a few chapters, as the narrator slipped into a more comfortable reading, so did I. My expectation of a novel filled with suspense and intrigue was not quite fulfilled, however. Dramatic hardcore sexual scenes perhaps replaced the building tension of conflict and war between vampires and the rest of the supernatural world. For example, the werewolves led by Deacon, and other unseen enemies of King Ara over in Europe, even the allies such as the Dragons would have helped the story live up to its captivating synopsis. I never complain about too much sex, but I would have liked a little more information on all the other parties involved. The character building and world development are on the skimpy side, and I hope to hear more in the next installment to keep my interest peaked. I do recommend this audiobook. It is unique in the hardcore vampire initiation department. Sex and blood are their food, and we do get our fill of it as well. Happy Listening

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Prince of the City

Nicholas Bella's New Haven series continues to grow and draws you into a world were humans are the bottom of the food chain. Vampires, Dragons and Werewolves rule the world. This series is so hot, intriguing, full of twists and turns with schemes that will surprise and shock. Maxx Power narrating is okay. Some of the accents seemed off. Looking forward to the next installment. ⚘⚘⚘

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I love all of Nicholas Bella’s books. This narrator doesn’t read them as well as the previous narrator.

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The other narrator was better, but I still enjoyed

This series is my all-time-favorite like EVER! The audiobooks are awesome too, but... I don't know why the narrator change? The first two audiobook was really, really good, they gave all the hot vibes, but this time I couldn't get into that mind-space. Don't get me wrong, the voices were still good, I love when a narrator can make this many voices and they fit the characters too. So why the dissapointment, you ask. Theoden. That's why. When you make my ultimate favorite character's voice, I have expectations... and this voices wasn't the perfect for him. I couldn't get hot for him, and that's a crime on itself when I couldn't get hot for Theoden, so yeah... the only voice that matters is wrong. The story is still amazing, the characters awesome, and I loved how Dante got housebroken♥ Poor baby LOL. And Noel, god, he is so so perfect! He came a long way, his character is the best (after Theoden of course!...and Tylendel, mmm♥) Daecon on the other hand. Hmm... yeah, his voices was a perfect match, but I still hate him :D Can't wait the other books on audio too, I need more!

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Season three

My only complaint is that I hated the narration. Sorry, I really really didn’t like it. When I saw this out, I quickly bought it and was so disappointed when it wasn’t the same narrated as the last ones. (I didn’t not like the narrator JUST because he was t the previous one. I understand things happen and can’t always have the same narrator. It’s just that the narrator for this season didn’t do it for me in any way). It took me about a month to give it another try and listen to it. After a few tries and listening for some time I was able to get past the narration and enjoy the story. I really love this series and how we get so many different pint of views to keep it interesting. Noel is settling in really well and now it’s Dante’s time to be broken in. We also get to see what Deacon is up to with his new mate Eli. Can’t wait to see what next.

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I love this book but!

I loved this book, but the narrators voice for Elijah puts me off I don't think I can finish listening to this, it makes him sound like a whiny English guy.. I was hoping he would have a stronger sounding voice, making it easier for me to imagine him when he had to submit.. Nope sorry just doesn't do it for me. Théoden doesn't sound like I expected either he sounds smaller also.. Deacon, Noel and Marco and Dante Im good with and Tylendal. I am done. The narrator did a good job, of the many voices in this book, but sorry just doesn't do it for me.