Audio Review: Night Prince By: Felice Stevens Narrated by: Kale Williams

Lesetiger calls Night Prince "an adorable vampire story."

From the blurb:

From Lambda Literary Award-winning author Felice Stevens comes a sexy paranormal stand-alone romance.

A vampire who’s lost everything meets a man who has nothing to lose.

For centuries, Massimo D’Alba, banished prince of the Fold, has wandered through life frozen in darkness and pain. Betrayed by his younger, power-hungry brother, he’s existed for centuries but not lived. A rain-soaked night brings smart-mouthed New Yorker Damion Avery to his doorstep, and suddenly he’s riding spin bikes, shopping for yoga pants, eating ice cream…and falling in love.

Damion Avery can’t figure out why Prince Tall, Dark, and Incredibly Sexy wants him as his personal assistant, but he’s not going to second-guess his good luck. Even though he has to work all night and sleep during the day, the job is too good to be true. But where does Massimo sneak off to in the dead of night? Is he a spy, an assassin, or something else? And what’s with those glowing purple eyes? Damion knows he shouldn’t fall for his boss. But Damion was never one to follow the rules. 

When duty calls him home, Massimo must return to save his kingdom, forcing a life-changing decision: leave Damion behind forever, or reveal his deepest, darkest secret to the man who has become his everything, who owns a part of Massimo he’d thought gone forever…his heart.

Lesetiger's Review:

Felice Stevens is one of those authors that I look forward to when there is a new book or even better a new audiobook. I love her wonderful writing style and she has the ability to draw her characters in such a way that you automatically fall in love with them.

Night Prince was by far the best vampire story I have read in recent years. My heart bled for the exiled vampire prince Massimo, who will be on his own in the future and will have to find his way around. But Damion is also a protagonist you fall in love with from the beginning. He has to deal with adverse living conditions when he makes an encounter in the pouring rain that will change his life.

I loved the story of Massiomo and Damion. Well, Massimo may be a bit stubborn, but I loved watching Damion slowly break through Massimo's walls. The plot was interesting and kept me captivated.

Felice Stevens wrote the story very emotionally and heartbreakingly. I'm not one to be close to water, but there were one or two parts where even I had tears in my eyes.

The narrator, Kale Williams, absolutely rocked the audiobook. The story itself is already worth its 5 stars, but with Kale Williams as the narrator, I would gladly give it an extra star. I loved how he gave different voices and accents to the characters and how well he was able to express their emotions. He was a perfect choice for Night Prince.

There are very few audiobooks that I listen to a second time, but this is definitely one of them. 

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Story: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐

Night Prince is available to buy from Audible and is Whispersynced.