The Ever Seas Series by L.J. Andrews

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  • The Ever King (The Ever Seas #1)

    The Ever King (The Ever Seas #1)

    L.J. Andrews

    Rated: 4.14 of 5 stars
    · Steam rating: 3 of 5
    · 47 ratings · published 2023

    They stole his crown, so he stole their daughter…For years Erik, the scarred king of the Ever Kingdom, has thought of nothing but vengeance against the man who killed his father and trapped him beneath the waves, making Erik a prisoner in his own realm.But on a dare gone wrong, his enemy’s daughter recklessly breaks the chains on the Ever. She soon becomes the unwitting pawn in Erik's vicious game of revenge.She’s innocent. He’s vicious. But he will take back what he lost, no matter the price... more

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  • The Ever Queen (The Ever Seas #2)

    The Ever Queen (The Ever Seas #2)

    L.J. Andrews

    Rated: 4.31 of 5 stars
    · Steam rating: 4 of 5
    · 27 ratings · published 2024

    Welcome to the conclusion of the tantalizing romance of Erik and Livia. The Songbird: Captive. Challenger. Queen. Enemies took her from the man who holds her heart. They might see her as weak, as a pawn in wicked games, but they’re no match for the first Ever Queen. Let them think they’ve won. Her heart belongs to a beautiful monster, and she will never stop fighting until she’s back in his arms. The Serpent: Captor. Villain. King. His enemies stole the woman who claimed his soul... more

  • The Mist Thief (The Ever Seas #3)

    The Mist Thief (The Ever Seas #3)

    L.J. Andrews

    Rated: 0.00 of 5 stars
    · 0 ratings · published 2024

    She tried to kill him, so he made her his wife. Skadi first met her husband-to-be with blades in hand on the opposite side of a battle. She lost, and he claimed his prize. To her horror, the king of the shadow elven agrees to marry her off to Jonas, a prince in the fae realms, as a way to unite their kingdoms against a shared enemy—the light elves. Skadi knows the marriage is nothing but a political game. Feelings won’t come into play. Except her new husband makes not falling in love . . more

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