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  • m/m Fae/Magic wielding mortal slow burn awesomenes

    Holy cannoli... Magic + Sexytime (explicit at times) = a steamy, unputdownable read. I must admit, I tried to read this book twice before and I wasn't impressed in the least. This, the third and final try, was my last ditch effort and thankfully my tenacity paid off. I really enjoyed it this time around. Maybe my headspace was all wrong in previous attempts or maybe I was another person mere months ago, whatever have you, today I am thrilled to give this book a glowing review. It went from a vitriol-lite review to fanatical praise. The writing was succinct and straightforward yet not curt or lacking. The world building was excellent as was the case with the character development. There was a satisfyingly torturous slow burn m/m romance. The relationship grew into a really sweet codependency and ultimately a solidly, labeled entity. There was of course a Fae presence though it did not take up the entirety of the plot like many Fae stories do. It was primarily about these two Male MCs and their juxtapositions with one another and their world as a whole. Overall: This book is solid on all fronts. I am wholly invested in these Characters and this World and can not wait to read book #2! ~ Enjoy Actual rating: 4.5 stars ***I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review ***

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  • Awesome, dark fae m/m fantasy magic school mash-up

    Phineas (Finn) Smith is a human at Mathers School of Magick, in his final year he has still to learn how to control his rare and unusual ability to tap into unlimited magick (I have to confess I found that out from the blurb as I don't think it was described like that in the novel). All known humans with his ability have died young, unable to control their power, ripped apart by the magic. Unseelie Prince Roark Lyne, third son of Queen Mab, is Finn's room-mate and he always seems to be hanging around sneering at Finn and his fae friends. What's worse is that Finn is a target for supernatural creatures seeking magick and Roark is constantly rescuing Finn from attacks by creatures, using his power only makes matters worse for himself. But as the peace between the Unseelie and Seelie courts starts to disintegrate Finn and his power could be a weapon for either court, can he learn to control it before it destroys him? This is an intriguing mash-up of different genres. A magic school like Harry Potter (although it reminds me more of Richelle Mead's Vampire Academy series in feel) yet it has some quite graphic torture scenes, a YA m/m romance (even though Roark is over 200 years old), a fantasy involving the Kings and Queens of the faerie courts and college campus parties. As a result it's hard to pin this book down to a single genre. I liked the way the reader is thrust straight into the action right from the start with Finn being tortured by Queen Mab to reveal how he uses the ley lines of magick power. Told in alternating POVs between Finn and Roark we see the simmering sexual tension right from the start. Finn is fighting to stay alive long enough to save his parents' farm, Roark is fighting to avoid being made Queen Mab's Winter Knight, a position which will destroy him from the inside as soon as he takes up the mantle. Loved it. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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  • Surprisingly good!

    This was surprisingly good. I didn't expect to like this as much as I did. I enjoyed the Rapport between the individual characters I also enjoyed the way we got a sort of insight into the world in the machinations of the world and everything without it being too overt. of course the relationship between the two main characters is amazing and I love the fact that the writer chose to allow us to see the points of view of both characters. The only thing I have a problem with is the fact that it has the same Trope as other romance novels two characters are hopelessly in love with one another but both of them are oblivious to the fact that the other cares about them. of course the relationship between the two main characters is amazing and I love the fact that the writer chose to allow us to see the points of view of both characters. The only thing I have a problem with is the fact that it has the same truth as other romance novels we're two characters a hopeless lie in love with one another but both of them are oblivious to the fact that the other cares about them. Other than that I really enjoyed the story and I absolutely recommend it to anyone else in the genre.

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  • could be a lot beter

    Overall, interesting book. Very disappointed that Finn's torture by Queen Mab is almost glossed over and he sees no justice for that pain inflicted on him by his lover's mother. Worse, he moves in with them. 2.5 stars

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