A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire

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A Betrayal…

Everything Poppy has ever believed in is a lie, including the man she was falling in love with. Thrust among those who see her as a symbol of a monstrous kingdom, she barely knows who she is without the veil of the Maiden. But what she does know is that nothing is as dangerous to her as him. The Dark One. The Prince of Atlantia. He wants her to fight him, and that’s one order she’s more than happy to obey. He may have taken her, but he will never have her.

A Choice...

Casteel Da’Neer is known by many names and many faces. His lies are as seductive as his touch. His truths as sensual as his bite. Poppy knows better than to trust him. He needs her alive, healthy, and whole to achieve his goals. But he’s the only way for her to get what she wants—to find her brother Ian and see for herself if he has become a soulless Ascended. Working with Casteel instead of against him presents its own risks. He still tempts her with every breath, offering up all she’s ever wanted. Casteel has plans for her. Ones that could expose her to unimaginable pleasure and unfathomable pain. Plans that will force her to look beyond everything she thought she knew about herself—about him. Plans that could bind their lives together in unexpected ways that neither kingdom is prepared for. And she’s far too reckless, too hungry, to resist the temptation.

A Secret…

But unrest has grown in Atlantia as they await the return of their Prince. Whispers of war have become stronger, and Poppy is at the very heart of it all. The King wants to use her to send a message. The Descenters want her dead. The wolven are growing more unpredictable. And as her abilities to feel pain and emotion begin to grow and strengthen, the Atlantians start to fear her. Dark secrets are at play, ones steeped in the blood-drenched sins of two kingdoms that would do anything to keep the truth hidden. But when the earth begins to shake, and the skies start to bleed, it may already be too late.

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  • Laura Thalassa

    How?How is this better than the first book? Guys, Jennifer Armentrout used straight up witchcraft to write this novel. That’s got to be her secret because I didn’t think she could top From Blood a...

  • jessica

    this series is the best thing JLA has ever written and is singlehandedly saving me from the disastrous year that is 2020....

  • She-who-must-not-be-named

    WARNING : TOO MUCH ANGST THAT IS INJURIOUS TO YOUR HEALTH There, I said it.The Book Gods have finally listened to my prayers and combined the ingredients of intriguing premise, ultra powerful protago...

  • Mary S. R.

    (4.5 ★’s)If you value your sanity, don’t read this book unless you also hold the sequel—but if you’re my friend, you probably never valued your sanity anyways. So allow me to give you a brea...

  • Lacey (laceybooklovers)

    Ever since I finished From Blood and Ash, A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire shot up to the top of my most anticipated sequels of 2020. FBAA is one of my favorite books this year and the ending absolutely ki...

  • Tani

    Buddy read with Kim...

  • Phuong ?

    Update: I'm obsessed with the Blood and Ash fanart and need to share another one!Credit: Clever CrowA Kingdom of Flesh and Fire is the sequel in the From Blood and Ash series and starts right where th...

  • Arini

    #1 From Blood and Ash — 3.5 Stars#2 A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire — 3.75 StarsIdk if someone’s mentioned it or if I’m alone in this, but AKOFAF felt like the mix between Twilight and ACOMAF with...

  • Sentranced Jem

    No no no no no! You cannot end this book on such a massive cliffhanger!You cannot do this Jennifer!From Blood and Ash was on the list of my top reads during the first half of 2020.I am aware that I so...

  • Nicole

    Was this fun?Extremely.Do I want to read the sequel ASAP?Oh yes.Was it perfect?Not by a long shot.I just finished reading this book and I’m thinking I read over 500 pages and what progress has been ...