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    Dragon Protection

    Waters new series Dragon Portal promises more to come of these amazing characters. Sabine has stayed hidden from a death threat for over a decade. If a mostly human community, she finds friends who love her and also an array of residents who depend on her giving nature. Don't worry no cliff hanger in this book other than the readers desire to see what happens next. NOT SO PATIENTLY AWAIT THE the continuation of this paranormal prose. Waters' does a great job. "A copy of this book was provided by author via Netgalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."
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    I liked it.

    I received a free copy of TO KILL A FAE (The Dragon Portal, Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters in exchange for an honest review. Sabine has been in hiding from her mother’s killer for more than a decade. Not only has Sabine been living in a human city, but she’s also been magically concealing her fae nature. In order to save an ally from a death curse, Sabine dropped her glamour. The resulting pulse of magic alerted Sabine’s enemies to her continued existence. Now, the Wild Hunt is coming to kill her. Who can Sabine trust? Can she trust the possessive and violent brothers who have been watching out for her? Can she trust their henchmen? Can she trust the enigmatic stranger whose quest led her to dropping her façade? Can she trust the childhood guard who saved her from being murdered alongside her mother? Can she trust those who’ve benefitted from her kindness? Here, there be fae, pixies, witches, demons, dwarves, humans, gods, omens, and prophecies. The adventure begins. I enjoyed this book and look forward to the next tale in the series. Though there is no sex in this novel, there are elements of romance in this book. Sabine mentions that sex is a pretty casual thing for her species. Also, several of the male characters are possessive and jealous; these attitudes seem to stem, at least in part, from their prior sexual relationships with Sabine; however, Sabine doesn’t seem very interested in revisiting those connections. Instead, the build-up of romantic potential points toward the enigmatic stranger. This is a good start to a new high-fantasy series.
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    Intriguing new series!

    In this, the start of a new series, we're introduced to Sabine. She is a Fae living amongst humans, in a bid to hide herself from her enemies. Unfortunately, no one can stay hidden forever. We meet a range of characters - demons, goblins and pixies, and others - all who have an invested interest in Sabine's welfare. There is a lot happening in the book, but I feel there is still so much more to discover about these characters, the Fae world, and Sabine, in particular. This story hooked me from the first chapter, and kept me interested (and intrigued!) throughout. I look forward to reading the next in the series. I would love to see what happens from here.
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    Captivating and Hypnotic!

    **Presented with an ARC via BookSirens in exchange for an honest review.** The way this book opens is astounding. The pacing and poetic prose, the voice of the author shines through in the monologue of Sabine’s thoughts, and it’s all made so much richer still by the 3rd person limited POV it’s written in. There’s a beauty in the darkness Sabine finds herself in; and a glowing enigma in the shadows of mystery that is Malek. The pacing and banter between Malek and Sabine is akin to a perfectly matched pair of dancers gliding and twirling across the floor in a heated tango. Every word draws you deeper, every moment of action captures you ruthlessly to the next until you’re so deep into the book you can’t find your way back out and the world around you disappears. If you like A.D. Winter, Megan Blackwood, Alison Rose, Jessica Feyden, Mary Fan, L.A. Pepper, or Stephanie Rowe, you will love this book!
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    Hearty fantasy

    4.2 Stars Hearty fantasy Magical races, great world building, complex characters and relationships, action, adventure, romance, secrets, quests. I'm loving it! Mainly 2 focus POVs, which i appreciate in stories for the extra dimension and contrast. I was a little surprised that we have long-lived races, immortals. But the main female character, with some experiences and power already... is merely 26-ish years old. Like, we could've thrown on an extra decade or 3, right?! Emphasize the strength of protection and depth of danger involved here, at least. I could barely take this seriously as is! And I'm ambivalent about the nigh-constant tugging and arguing between characters. Yes, basically everyone is too dangerous to tangle with: too many alphas. So there's a lot of careful discussion of intent and offer. A LOT of negotiating. I like it but it slows things down sooo much! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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