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Publication Order of The Court of the Underworld Books

Publication Order of The Fae Universe Books

Kiss of the Blood Prince (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Heart of the Winter Prince (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Wings of the Night Prince (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Trash and Treasure (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
God Touched (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Elf Shot (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Luna Cursed (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Feather and Stone Books

Publication Order of Gods of the Duat Books

Publication Order of Inferno Universe Books

Mercury Rising (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Lost Fae Kings Books

Dance of the Forest King (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Song of the Sea King (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Roar of the Storm King (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Mercenaries and Magic Books

Alessa Thorn firmly believes that every character in a story deserves a happy ending. She loves her eyeliner-winged clothes black and enjoys books full of hot steamy romance. Unlike most authors you will ever encounter, Alessa doesn’t like heroes as she often sees them as boring, and for this reason, her first series, The Court of the Underworld, is a story that revolves around dark gods, monsters, and villains from her all-time favorite Greek mythos.

Asterion is the first book in the Court of the Underworld series by Alessa Thorn. It’s a story about a club owner with a deadly secret, an assassin, and a sizzling romance you can’t deny. It’s a paranormal story based in a dark sex city controlled by Hades and his Court of monsters and gods. The Labyrinth is filled with deals and desires, where the rich and the evil play. Whatever Asterion commands becomes law, and he rules his people with an iron fist. He is a member of the Court of Styx, and hence no one in Greece is willing to risk his life crossing him.

Alessa then introduces us to Ariadne, an assassin who isn’t choosy, and none of her jobs is too dirty or too hard for her. She will do whatever it takes to unleash revenge on the badass boss who killed her sister and kept her in debt to him. When she gets a contract of her life, everything she ever desired is within reach for her. She is contracted to assassinate Asterion, one of the most dangerous, handsome men she has ever met.

Alessa Thorn does a fantastic job of recreating a modern-day retelling of the Greek Minotaur Myth, containing plenty of adult content such as swearing, violence, and steamy sex scenes. She succeeds seamlessly in character development, especially with Ariadne, the kickass assassin with scars that shows she knows how her business is done. Ariadne understands the world well, and her living is majorly fueled by revenge for her sister. Then we have Asterion, the handsome club owner and a Court of the Underworld member. He is sexy, caring, and sometimes overbearing and knows how to handle himself during a fight. Alessa Thorn also nicely excels in well-balanced storyline pacing. There is plenty of action but presented in a balanced manner such that they don’t become too overwhelming for the reader.
Kiss of the Blood Prince is the first book in the Fae Universe series by Alessa Thorn. It’s the story of cursed Fae princes meeting human women whose destiny is to save them. You will love this novel if you love reading books featuring fairytales and not-so-harsh villains. When an enraged Fae prince assaults her train and takes her as his captive, Elise realizes that her problems are just beginning.

Elise wants to despise the prince for what he is doing to England and her, but the more time she spends as his slave, the more she discovers the horrors humans have inflicted upon him and his people. She has no idea how to persuade Prince Kian that the two races can coexist harmoniously. Prince Kian spent the past fifteen hundred years cultivating his hostility, and it will take more than one devilish woman to halt him. It makes no difference that their attraction is like an ignited fuse or that she might hold the secret to saving him. He is obligated by oath to carry out his vengeance, and nothing will deter him.

Kian requires her blood to free himself from the affliction that is murdering him. Elise must overcome his curse to gain her liberation. Once a deal has been made with the spirits, it cannot be broken. However, will her freedom be worthwhile if she sacrifices her humanity and emotions in the process?

The Heart of the Winter Prince is the second book in the Fae Universe series. For Winter Prince’s cold heart, only an ancient antique dealer with a strong temper can save him.

The second volume of a new fated partners series, ‘Wrath of the Fae,’ is about cursed fae royalty and the women meant to save them. Bayn, the Winter Prince, is aware that it is only a matter of days before humans violate the fae-human treaty. When that occurs, he will send the planet into another ice age. If his curse fails to kill him before anything else, his brother’s annoying new partner won’t let him die without a fight. Elise has discovered a lead on a lost sword originally owned by Odin, an arsenal that could prevent ice from chilling Bayn’s heart, and she knows precisely who can assist him in locating it.

Freya has endured enough problems with aggressive males in her world. She has worked diligently to escape her awful ex-boyfriend and is doing everything possible to keep her antique store viable. Freya had no notion that when her cousin Elise declared she was bringing her a client, she intended the sexiest, most dominant fae she could conceive. Freya reluctantly accepts to work with Bayn and quickly discovers he is more than meets the eye. As they discover a person peddling fae and elves in addition to antiquities, they must keep their tempers and chemistry in check. Only as a group can they survive the individual’s intent to add Bayn to their perverted collections.

This book’s inclusion of Norse mythology will surely delight all Viking-loving readers. The fact that the protagonists were searching for a Norse relic and stumbled upon a darker, seedier world will captivate you until the end. Freya, a female character of Viking descent, is an absolute warrior. She is an antiquities dealer with dubious acquaintances. She is even less tolerant than her cousin from the first book and has no difficulty placing Bayn in his proper position.

Bayn, the Winter Prince of the Fae whose heart has been condemned to freeze slowly, is even sexier than his sibling Kian. He’s also large, bad, attractive, touch what’s his, and you’ll die, arrogant, sassy, and delectable. In addition to being wicked, he has magical tattoos, rocker vibrations, and Winter magic that leaves snowflakes in his hair. Although they do not get together when they first meet, they are continuously courting. And their wit is on target.

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