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When sinkholes plague the city of Corona, things get real.
Sterling: Rebel Earth Master
I’ve never been particularly proud of the stinking cesspool known as Corona, but for better or worse, it’s still my home. And as a newly minted Earth Master, I take particular umbrage when it starts to collapse.
Sinkholes are hardly breaking news, but now that the original Masters’ proteges have unseated them, huge swaths of the city are falling in. Is it ineptitude? Neglect? Or some elaborate plan to lure us into a trap and harvest our magical energy? Whatever the reason, we can’t just stand by and watch the the city cave in.
The public is still blind to the Masters’ corruption, and those glorified frat boys can wield a stunning amount of magic without even breaking a sweat. But the Rebels share a special bond - when we combine our powers, it’s awesome. And when we combine our naughty parts, it’s even better.
If only all five of us could get on board with the arrangement.
Zephyr and I have set aside our differences, and that kinkhound Rain is in his glory. But whenever things heat up, Ember makes a flimsy excuse to leave the rest of us to our own devices. We need everyone on board, even our long-suffering Fire Master...before anyone else gets buried.
Urban fantasy fans will adore this medium-burn reverse harem filled with action, intrigue, and magic. If you like RH with complex heroes, spellbinding action, and immersive worldbuilding, pick up audiobook three in the five-volume Arcane Rebels series today.
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- Donna Warren
Loved this final installment of the series! Brought all of the main characters to an emotional happily ever after.
Most exciting so far
This book is the most exciting of them all so far! The narrator does a great job of bringing the characters to life.