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    A Wild Urban Fantasy Ride

    I admit, the cover of Serena’s Fall hooked me. Add in a corset and combat wearing Gothic fey for a heroine, and I was so in. This urban fantasy was unlike anything I’ve read before. The setting is intricate, a blend of magic-starved fey hidden within the “real” world, and Serena is the last of the water fey. It wasn’t explained why she’s the last water fey (which I’d kind of like to know…maybe that’s coming in the sequel). She’s been burned in a big way by her former BFFs, and has basically hidden away with some fey orphans in a magical safe house for the last few years, nursing her emotional wounds. But when one of her ex-friends calls for help, she goes—and the trio heads off on a dangerous quest to find a hero to stop an evil fey from returning and conquering the world. Serena had some deep emotional issues to face, which stay with her through most of the journey. I got a kick out of the fact that a water fey was afraid of drowning. :) There’s all sorts of supernatural creatures along the way (some are really creepy), and it’s a wild ride to the very end. The fey creatures were intriguing and their powers complex, as were all the main characters. Excellent writing, and I can’t wait to see how Serena deals with her multiple-hero problem—not to mention defeating the Big Bad of all fey.
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