Review of Throne of the Fallen by Kerri Maniscalco (hardcover)




Throne of the Fallen by Kerri Maniscalco


Sinner. Villain. Wicked.

The Prince of Envy has never claimed to be a saint. But when a cryptic note arrives, signaling the beginning of a deadly game, he knows it will take more than a hint of sin to win and save his falling demon court. Riddles, hexed objects, anonymous players, nothing will stand in his way, though none of his meticulous plans prepare him for her, the frustrating artist who ignites his sin like no other…

Virtuous. Darling. Liar.

The trouble with scoundrels and blackguards is that they haven’t a modicum of honor, a fact Miss Camilla Antonius learns after one desperate mistake allows Waverly Green’s most notorious rake to blackmail her. To avoid a ruinous scandal, Camilla is forced to enter a devil’s bargain with Envy, little expecting his game will awaken her true nature . . .

Together, Envy and Camilla must embark on a perilous journey through the Underworld—from glittering demon courts to the sultry vampire realm and beyond—while trying to avoid the most dangerous trap of all: falling in love.




I love everything by Kerri Maniscalco and I swear the books just keep getting better.

This book is about Prince Envy. His land is being destroyed and his people are losing memories. Envy must compete in the Fae King’s game to win back something to help them. He doesn’t want anyone to know what’s been happening, not even his brothers. Camilla is a young woman in Waverly Green. Her mother left her and her father passed away. Her father was also an artist and he was obsessed with fae stories before he died. Camilla runs the art gallery and has a special skill with painting. Envy’s clue leads him to Camilla. Something happens and Camilla’s talent is taken away. She’s forced to leave with Envy and play the game. The two are keeping secrets from each other, but they also become close. Envy will only sleep with a woman once and refuses to be in a relationship. Each thing that happens seems to bring them closer though and Envy struggles with his growing feelings for Camilla.

There were definitely some steamy scenes, especially in the vampire realm. I really enjoyed both Envy and Camilla and was happy that some of the other princes made small appearances in the book.

I gave this book 5 stars.


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