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The Sunday Times bestseller.

One sister. Two sinful princes. Infinite deception with a side of revenge . . . Welcome to Hell.

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author Kerri Maniscalco comes the sizzling and sweepingly romantic sequel to Kingdom of the Wicked.

With the enigmatic Prince of Wrath at her side, Emilia sold her soul to become Queen of the Wicked and travelled to the Seven Circles to fulfil her vow of avenging her beloved sister.

But the first rule in the court of the Wicked? Trust no one. And it quickly becomes clear that nothing in Hell is what it seems. Even Wrath, her onetime ally, may be keeping secrets about his true nature. But that suits Emilia just fine – she’s got secrets of her own.

Faced with backstabbing courtiers, princes who delight in fear, luxurious palaces, dazzling galas, and conflicting clues about what truly happened to her sister, Emilia finds herself on a mission to unlock the mysteries of her own past and uncover the answers she craves.

As long as her sins don’t catch up to her first . . .

*** PRAISE FOR KERRI MANISCALCO ***

A delicious and intoxicating new fantasy by a master of murder and mayhem’ Elizabeth Lim, author of Spin the Dawn

‘An intoxicating, tightly plotted feast for the senses’ Kirkus

A fast-paced adventure steeped in a luscious and dark world’ Chloe Gong, NYT bestselling author of These Violent Delights

Reviews

*** PRAISE FOR KERRI MANISCALCO ***
A delicious and intoxicating new fantasy by a master of murder and mayhem
Elizabeth Lim, author of Spin the Dawn
An intoxicating, tightly plotted feast for the senses
Kirkus
A fast-paced adventure steeped in a luscious and dark world
Chloe Gong, NYT bestselling author of These Violent Delights
KOTC is the paper and words embodiment of the fire emoji ... it makes for the most sizzling, intoxicating scenes. Sexy, smouldering and fuelled with a passionate rage befitting Wrath himself, Kingdom of the Cursed does something that not all sequels can do: it outshines the book that came before
Culturefly

Kingdom of the Wicked