The Prince of Prohibition (Fae of the Roaring Age, #1) by Marilyn Marks (narrated by Brenda Scott Wlazlo)

The Prince of Prohibition (Fae of the Roaring Age, #1) by Marilyn Marks

Title:  The Prince of Prohibition
Series: Fae of the Roaring Age, #1
Author: Marilyn Marks Narrator:  Brenda Scott Wlazlo
Publisher:  Dreamscape Media 
Genre:  Romance, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Format:  Audiobook
Length: 19 hrs, 5 min
Date of Publication: 24 October, 2023
My Rating:  3 Stars

My Thoughts 

The title and synopsis were what caught my attention at first and after receiving an advance audiobook, the story itself pulled me right in.. It’s well written and the narrator does a fantastic job of voicing all the different characters and bringing this to life. 

The story is engaging and I kept at it, finishing it in a few days (I know some people have the ability to listen to a book at higher speeds but for me, I can’t really concentrate if it’s faster than 1). 

I enjoyed my listening of The Prince of Prohibition and am looking forward to the next title. 

** The cliffhanger here is brutal, fyi. 

Thank you to Dreamscape Media and NetGalley for the DRC


The year was 1926. Glamour, riches, and greed filled the air, but under the façade of glitter and gold lay truths much darker, more sinister, and entirely less human...

Adeline Colton was cursed. Everyone in Georgia knew the devil walked her farm, and maybe they were right, because each month she had dreams—visions of a dark prince and a shadowed forest, a creature so wrong, temptation lurked beneath her skin. So after escaping to New York City, it’s no surprise that her bad fortune follows.

Only this time, it’s in the form of Jack Warren: millionaire bootlegger, infamous gangster, and criminal who makes Addie his fervent obsession. Jack is everything Addie should avoid, but the more she resists his pull, the deeper she’s drawn into his extravagant world. Lured by a life of freedom and desire, Adeline must make a choice: heed her family’s warnings or follow Jack into the dark.

But when fate binds them together, Jack is revealed to be something else—not man, not beast, not even the devil, but a creature much much worse.


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