Court of Claws

Blood of a Fae, Book 2

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Pub Date Jun 30 2023 | Archive Date Jun 03 2024

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To celebrate the release of the fourth and final book in the Blood of a Fae saga, the complete series is available on NetGalley for a limited time. Please note, you must have read or requested Book 1 to receive Book 2. 


Bound to a man she hates more than she ever thought possible...

Everything Morgan Pendragon knows and loves is gone as she wakes in the dangerous court of the Siabra. The man she was falling in love with is dead, and in his place is a man she barely knows. Surrounded by liars and knives in the dark, all Morgan wants to do is run the other way but Kairos Draven is determined to keep her by his side.

As Morgan and Draven's lives become even more irrevocably entwined, little do they know the sins of the past are coming for them both…

For the Prince of Claws will drown kingdoms in blood for her sake.

Author's Note: Court of Claws is the second installment in an epic dark fantasy romance series that tells the true story of Morgan Le Fay, King Arthur's sister. This New Adult Dark Fantasy Romance series features mature situations, adult language, and plenty of steam. Court of Claws has multiple TW/CWs. Please check the book's trigger warning page in the table of contents for more information.


To celebrate the release of the fourth and final book in the Blood of a Fae saga, the complete series is available on NetGalley for a limited time. Please note, you must have read or requested Book 1...


Advance Praise

★★★★★ "I WASN'T PREPARED FOR IT TO BE THIS GOOD! I really enjoyed the first book; however, this one--THIS ONE RIGHT HERE... I found myself holding my breath, gasping in disbelief, and getting goosebumps throughout the trials." - The Quiet Fool

★★★★★ "I was absolutely hooked by this fast-paced, action-packed book in a way that I haven't been hooked by a fantasy romance since I read ACOTAR. It was stunning." - Abi, Goodreads Reviewer

★★★★★ "Give me sassy banter and a mysterious morally grey MC with a hidden love agenda any day" - Mariana, NetGalley Reviewer

★★★★★ "This book is even better than the first! This series is incredible! It's emotionally charged ... yes I snot bubble cried a few times because man does Briar Boleyn know how to write emotive scenes that grip you in the guts." - SJ's Bad Bitch Books

★★★★★ "I re-read it after finishing it just for the pleasure of it. I cannot let it go. It's one of those!" - Colette, NetGalley Reviewer

★★★★★ "Briar Boleyn has definitely captured my attention with this series! While I enjoyed reading Queen of Roses, I absolutely loved Court of Claws. It was giving me all the ACOTAR feelings. I haven't found another book that emulated ACOTAR quite so well while still keeping me guessing with the interesting twists." - Samantha, NetGalley Reviewer

★★★★★ "Things got wild in this book! More friends, more drama, more enemies, more losses, more surprises!" - The Dragon Den Book Blog

★★★★★ "The second book was so much better than the first! Not saying the first installment of this series wasn't good because I gave it 5/5 stars too but the way the 2nd book was written and the spicy scenes between Draven and Morgan were just chef's kiss to the storyline that was already started!" - Melisha, NetGalley Reviewer

★★★★★ "It's always worrying going into the second book in a series that it won't live up to the first. I adored the first book in this series but I had no reason to worry. It doesn't just live up to expectations, it exceeds them. Everything I loved about the first book, the second book expands on it and does it better. [...] I highly recommend it for fans of romantasy and books like ACOTAR. This has easily become one of my favourite book series (and I don't have too many), that I know I will go back and reread. I don't understand how more people aren't talking about this series!" - The Brit Girl's Bookshelf


★★★★★ "I WASN'T PREPARED FOR IT TO BE THIS GOOD! I really enjoyed the first book; however, this one--THIS ONE RIGHT HERE... I found myself holding my breath, gasping in disbelief, and getting...


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I am officially obsessed with this series!! Book 1 was good and book 2 just took it to the next level!!! Taken to Draven's kingdom he won't let her leave until he has what he wants and all I can say is man Morgan's willpower is stronger than mine will ever be. The way I would've given in to him immediately with no prompting is ridiculous! I loved all the side characters introduced in this book and getting more mystery unraveled but adding more to it still! The ending is brutal and I was not prepared, thank god I already had the next book because I was wrecked and needed it ASAP!

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Okay, so I was complaining about knowing where the story will go in the first book? NOT ANYMORE. I mean obviously, some of the high-level story arcs were straightforward but I was screaming into the void more often than not. In a good way.

In the second book of the Blood of Fae series, you will get:
🔥 High stakes, and I mean HIGH
🔥 Fated mates
🔥 Trials and challenges
🔥 War on multiple fronts
🔥 Deadly beasts who are at their core sweethearts

I was already excited to continue the series after the first book, but now I feel I cannot stop until I devour the last two books as well. I need my fix. The only reason I'm not giving 5 stars is that the writing style is not my favorite but I still immensely enjoy reading this story.

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