Fall of Ruin and Wrath: An epic spicy romantasy from a mega bestselling author


From the No. 1 New York Times bestselling author of From Blood and Ash, Fall of Ruin and Wrath is a scorching romance with high stakes, breathtaking magic and a searing enemies-to-lovers romance.

She lives by her intuition. He feeds on her pleasure . . .

Long ago, the world was destroyed by gods. Only nine cities were spared. Separated by vast wilderness teeming with monsters and unimaginable dangers, each city is now ruled by a guardian – royalty who feed on mortal pleasure.

Born with an intuition that never fails, Calista knows her talents are of great value to the power-hungry of the world, so she lives hidden as a courtesan of the Baron of Archwood. In exchange for his protection, she grants him information. When her intuition leads her to save a travelling prince in dire trouble, the voice inside her blazes with warning – and promise. Today he’ll bring her joy. One day he’ll be her doom.

When the Baron takes an interest in the prince, and the prince takes an interest in Calista, she becomes the latter’s temporary companion. But the city simmers with rebellion, and with knights and monsters at her city gates and a hungry prince in her bed, intuition may not be enough to keep her safe. Calista must choose: follow her intuition to safety or follow her heart to her downfall.

Fall of Ruin and Wrath is a captivating romantic fantasy from a mega bestselling author and global sensation.

Praise for Jennifer L. Armentrout:

‘I hope you guys love this book as much as I do!’ – Sarah J. Maas, bestselling author of the Throne of Glass series

‘Armentrout packs a powerful emotional punch’ – Publishers Weekly

UpplÀsare: Soneela Nankani


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First half boring, second half is where the story started to have an actual plot.



problematic, questionable behaviour....relied too much on the spice and not enough story



SĂ„ sjukt problematisk bok med ”possessive and aggressive”-karaktĂ€rer. Det började bra men det Ă€r vĂ€ldigt mycket trugande och otroligt trĂ„kig dialog dĂ€r man öppet talar om karaktĂ€rer som om de vore Ă€godelar. Inte okej i min vĂ€rld. Sarah J. Maas gör det mycket bĂ€ttre utan att det blir rapey rapey som jag upplever att det portrĂ€tteras i denna bok. Inte spicy, bara problematiskt đŸ˜©