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Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning
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Aug 23, 2008

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bookshelves: celtic, fairies-faeries, paranormal, urban-fantasy, vampires, set-in-ireland
Read in September, 2009

Mac goes to Dublin to find her sister's kilelr. Only what she finds is going to shatter her world. She is a Sidhe seer and sees the Fae. She is caught up in events way beyond her understanding. She has the help of Barrons but he also is using her for his own ends.

I liked the book but felt it left way too many questions open at the end. And yes it is a series, but even series books should be satisfying as stand alones. This almost was. and yes I will need to read the next one to see some answes to some of my questions but I feel a bit forced to.

As for MaKayla. Like her a good deal. Barrons - mixed feelings. The DARK side of the Fae is excellent in this book - they are really scary and dangerous. And I ahve to say I loved the seen with the Seelie Prince in the Museum...
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09/02 page 22
6.34% "A Murder, a trip to Ireland and a dark fae - interesting so far"
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