Review: Wings of Desire (Fey Chronicles #1) by Arianna Skye
Rhiannon Kinsley has no idea she’s a faerie princess. Having grown up in the human world, she’s not even aware that faeries exist, but that all changes when Cerne Silverwing shows up. He informs her that he’s her consort and that the fate of Fey depends on her, for she’s the key to helping him defeat the Dark Faerie Queen. Now Rhiannon must make a choice; turn her back on her destiny…or embrace it. Wings of Desire is Worth a Look!
November 24, 2011
Review: Dark Obsession (Immortal Realms #2) by Suzanne Rock
Werewolf Catherine has a mission that involves playing a part in a fey king's traveling kingdom. Her fey partner Talen has been at her side for many years, more years than the lover that left her so long ago. Javier is a powerful vampire with a mission of his own -- to regain the love that he left behind 200 years before. Will Catherine and Javier overcome the differences and distance in their hearts and complete Catherine's important mission, even withe threat of the discovery of their forbidden love? GraveTells thinks Dark Obsession is Worth A Look!
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