Fey / Fae

6 Reasons Why the Paranormal Character is Always Male

6 Reasons Why the Paranormal Character is Always Maleby Keira

This post is in response to a little nugget that I read in Heather’s article at the Galaxy Express entitled Does Science Fiction Romance Need More Alpha Heroes? The specific section that caught my eye was this: In response to the My Paranormal Malaise post at Dear Author, Lisa Paitz Spindler asked: “Why is it […]

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Review: Winter’s Passage (Iron Fey, Book 1.5) by Julie Kagawa

Review: Winter’s Passage (Iron Fey, Book 1.5) by Julie Kagawaby Keira

Julie Kagawa’s Iron Fey Series is addicting, delicious, and outstanding. While Winter’s Passage is a short novella it packs a punchy story. It opens with Ash coming to collect on Meghan’s promise from Iron King. She asks to see how Puck is doing before going with him to Tir na Nog and the Winter Court. […]

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Review: The Iron Daughter (Iron Fey, Book 2) by Julie Kagawa

Review: The Iron Daughter (Iron Fey, Book 2) by Julie Kagawaby Keira

Kagawa’s storytelling and world-building keeps getting better and better. The Iron Daughter is book two in the Iron Fey series and packs a delicious punch. I can tell you upfront that I can hardly wait for Iron Queen, the third and final installment to the trilogy. I wholeheartedly recommend everybody to read it, the series […]

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Review: The Iron King (Iron Fey, Book 1) by Julie Kagawa

Review: The Iron King (Iron Fey, Book 1) by Julie Kagawaby Keira

I am in love with the Iron King by Julie Kagawa. Her novel is full of sumptuousness. Its details and world building are lavish and exciting. Her characters draw you in like Satyr pulls in unsuspecting humans to dance until they collapse from exhaustion, except in Kagawa’s case you come out happy and anticipating the […]

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Review: The Highlander’s Touch by Karen Marie Moning

Review: The Highlander’s Touch by Karen Marie Moningby Sasha Muradali

By: Sasha Muradali, guest blogger The Highlander’s Touch is the third novel in the series of Highlanders by Karen Marie Moning. It is darker than the rest, but provides the ground work for four of the next novels. Enter Lisa, a woman from the 21st century who is too nosy for her own good. Touching […]

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Highlanders: A Series of Novels by Karen Marie Moning

Highlanders: A Series of Novels by Karen Marie Moningby Sasha Muradali

By: Sasha Muradali, guest reviewer It’s been awhile since I’ve come across a series of books that I can honestly say I love, especially, from a genre that I do not commonly read. But that’s the beauty of Karen Marie Moning’s Highlander series: it defies the ordinary and jumps head on into the extraordinary. Set, […]

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Review: Summer’s Crossing (Iron Fey, Book 3.5) by Julie Kagawa

Review: Summer's Crossing (Iron Fey, Book 3.5) by Julie Kagawaby Keira

Summary: Summer’s Crossing is the first book in the Iron Fey series to not feature Meghan Chase as the narrator. It is told from Puck’s perspective. The story is a short novella to whet appetites between The Iron Queen and the release of The Iron Knight. Ash must find Grimalkin in order to start his […]

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Review: One Thousand Kisses (The Fey Realm, Book 2) by Jody Wallace

Review: One Thousand Kisses (The Fey Realm, Book 2) by Jody Wallaceby Sandra Scholes

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer The Fairy Court doesn’t stand a chance with Primary, Embor Fiertag in the ranks – he is a fun kind of guy, kind and normal for a fairy male, but he hasn’t bonded with a mate yet, and some of his kind are getting worried about him. As he is […]

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