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The Faerie Guardian, Part III

4.16  ·  Rating Details ·  148 Ratings  ·  17 Reviews
NO LONGER AVAILABLE. This novelette now forms Part III of the novel The Faerie Guardian.
ebook, 60 pages
Published May 25th 2012 (first published May 23rd 2012)
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May 17, 2012 Dani rated it really liked it
The thing I'm loving about the Creepy Hollow novelette series is that they're written to be very much like a serialized television drama. And indeed, ringing in at about 60 pages, it's very near the length of an hour long TV episode. I've been incredibly impressed thus far at how Morgan has heightened the tension and suspense gradually through each novelette - complicating and weaving her story arcs throughout each, slowly revealing how characters are connected to one another or that they might ...more
Apr 29, 2012 Jennifer rated it it was amazing
First a very tiny little recap and summary of the series so far. Keeping it spoiler free for those that haven't had the pleasure of reading the first book yet.
Violet is a fae and guardian in training. When sent on an assignment to protect a human, Nate, Violet breaks all the rules when she accidentally returns to the fae world with him. Violet gets suspended from school and continues to see Nate in secret which is forbidden since he is human.

Violet's suspension is over and back to work she goes.
This installment began calmly with Violet being back to the training center. There we meet and get more scoop on her fellow competitors as well. But Violet was still troubled about Nate's mysterious tattoo so things were going to get rattled again. Vi just can't seem to help but secretly venture to find answers. As might be expected, she's in for a shocking surprise which means so does the reader! A staple now with this series and part of the hook. Hence, just when you think you've gotten t
May 01, 2012 Beatriz rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fairies, own-kindle
OH.MY.GOD!!! Talk about a cliffhanger! =-O
With that said, what an awesome follow-up to Labyrinth! Some questions were answered, but now I have even more questions! I can't wait for the next installment. These novellas are so good and so well-written!
Aug 13, 2012 Heather rated it it was amazing
You know how you're reading a really good book and you keep wanting to read one more chapter but you really need to go bed? With this series you have to because there is only so much of it written, so far. I think it's (I'm averaging what Amazon and Goodreads says about how many pages it is) about at 168 pages so it's a good read but each section ends on a good place. Until....THIS ONE!

*****Note there might be spoilers from the previous two novels but I will try not to do that******
(After review
May 30, 2012 Sarah rated it really liked it
3.5 Stars

Traitor is the third story in the Creepy Hollow series by Rachel Morgan, these short stories will be published as ebooks on roughly a monthly basis with the fourth story Masquerade due to be released in July. As this review is for the third story it may contain spoilers for previous titles, this series really does need to be read in order for you to follow the ongoing plot.

Traitor picks up the story from where Labyrinth left off, Violet's suspension is finally over and she is allowed to
Creepy Hollow #3: Traitor by Rachel Morgan
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4/5 stars

The fun continues in Traitor, novella number three of the Creepy Hollow series. Violet and Nate have survived their trip to the Underground and things seem more complicated than ever! Nate has discovered he is not just human but a Halfling, he has this weird tattoo on his lower back and he seems to be pushing Violet away for no clear reason. While Nate doesn’t seem overly concerned about any of this, Violet can’t shake the feelin
Jun 07, 2012 Mike rated it really liked it
Shelves: urban-fantasy
This is the third Creepy Hollow novelette and follows up directly on the events of the second (Labyrinth). Traitor really loses a lot if you're not already familiar with the series, and I highly recommend starting at the beginning (Guardian). **This review contains no spoilers for Traitor but will by necessity have some for the previous books.**

Seventeen year old fairy Violet Fairdale and her forbidden human friend Nate didn't escape Labyrinth and the hunt for information about Nate's mother uns
Apr 30, 2012 Cherie rated it it was amazing
Rachel Morgan’s TRAITOR delves further into the complex fairy world of Creepy Hollow.

Vi is determined to not only figure out how Nate got a mysterious eye-shaped tattoo on him but also to continue her leading rank at Guardian training. Nate is no help, since he doesn’t want to talk about the tattoo. Her first day back after a week’s suspension doesn’t go well either. When Vi decides to take things in her own hands, she learns nothing is as it seems.

The third novelette in the Creepy Hollow series
Jun 12, 2012 Nereid rated it really liked it
Shelves: fairies
Now that Violet and Nate have escaped from the Labyrinth and a mysterious tattoo has appeared on Nate's back, Violet has made a few discoveries. Nate is actually a half ling which is a relief as she is now not breaking any laws by dating him except that technically she did not know that in the beginning so it may be a bit difficult explaining that to the Guild. Her second problem is that Nate is finding it difficult to accept and refuses to discuss it or the tattoo let alone his conniving, faeri ...more
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Jul 08, 2012 A. K. Fotinos-Hoyer rated it really liked it
Another great installment in the CREEPY HOLLOW series! The eye tattoo and the magic behind it was a really cool idea and I loved how this installment got a little darker than the previous ones. The only issue I had with this one was that I didn't have any resolution at the end. The previous two installations had a bit of resolution, but left enough open so that I had to keep reading, but this one left nearly everything open so I didn't get that bit of satisfaction at the end that I'm used to get ...more
Sep 17, 2012 Christina rated it really liked it
In TRAITOR, Violet discovers a mysterious eye-shaped tattoo on Nate’s back–a mark he has no memory of receiving. Now she’s on a mission to discover the meaning of the tattoo, a mission that uncovers an unlikely traitor.

This is a fun and fast paced series that I highly recommend.

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Jul 09, 2012 Kolie Heyer rated it really liked it
I'm loving these books. I was suckered into them by amazon and there free list. The first book was free the next two cost me .99. Well after reading the third installment of this series I thought I would look into it further seeing as it hasn't ended yet. Then I find out on the authors web page that this series will be 8-10 books. So I'll wait a while then check back for the rest of the series. So far it's been great quick read and a real page turner.
Ok, now we're getting in to treachery…Woot!

Although I am a little disappointed in our little faerie's hard to believe these last few consecutive times she has been completely blind sighted have been the only times. I call bullshit, I just think she never was in a position to test her guard and now she's getting her ass handed to her every time she turns around!
Jan 11, 2013 Jagged rated it liked it
These are fun little books. I enjoy them. There is action, romance, and bitchiness all packed into a tiny little book.
Feb 10, 2013 Booknut rated it really liked it
Shelves: fae
Book name: Traitor
Reader's expectations: A...well, a traitor.
Book delivers: A (insert expletive of your preference) traitor!
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Well I knew for a long time that I'd ship Ryn, but man, betrayal is not my ideal date.
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Rachel Morgan spent a good deal of her childhood living in a fantasy land of her own making, crafting endless stories of make-believe and occasionally writing some of them down. After completing a degree in genetics and discovering she still wasn’t grown-up enough for a ‘real’ job, she decided to return to those story worlds still spinning around her imagination. These days she spends much of her ...more
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