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Lifestyles of the Fey and Dangerous

(The Veil #3)

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[Siren Classic: Erotic Fantasy/Paranormal Romance, fairies, vampires, demons] It isn't every day a fairy gets an assignment with only one outcome: her death. As an assassin with the Eturian army, Noelani "Shade" Fayard has killed more than her share of traitors, but for the first time in centuries, she hesitates to take out her target. The Halfling marked for death makes h ...more
Paperback, 308 pages
Published May 23rd 2011 by Siren Publishing (first published April 2011)
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WildAboutBones
In compliance with FTC guidelines, I need to disclose that I received the book free from the author for the purposes of reviewing this book.

This is the third book in The Veil series and it is a new author and series for me. I confess the title of the book made me a little nervous that this was going to be a straight fantasy story even though the summary sounded interesting. With vampires, demons, fey folk, werefolk, succubi, incubi, Amazons, griffins, Oracles, satyrs, elementals, halflings, war
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Ronda  Tutt
FAN-FUCKIN-TASTIC! OUTSTANDING AND BRILLIANT WRITING!

First let me say this is one of the most exciting books I have read this year. Danica you wrote this book with readers like me in mind. The writing was excellent, smooth, and easy to associate one’s self with. The characters were well developed and I loved their rolls within the story. The excitement and suspense of the story kept me glued to each line as the climax of the story got closer and closer – Warning – you will not want to put this b
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gillian (Tattooed Book Review)
The third book in the series, this can easily be read as a stand-alone. Familiar characters are present, but Avet focuses on Malachi, an intriguing secondary character from the previous books, and Lani, a new addition.

This book is decidedly darker and edgier than its predecessors. Both primary characters are burdened with shadowy pasts and deep physical and emotional scars. Avet writes their characters very well: cold and calculated on the outside, with deep emotion just barely hidden. Their sep
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Iris
Dec 21, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: for-review, pnr
When the story opens up we are right back in the midst of the war against the Eutarians. The detailed progression of the relationship between Malachi and Lani from guarded and cold to lifetime mates was perfect. With her usual talent for description, Avet adds twists and turns, keeping the reader interested and on the edge of their seat. That is not to say that the entire book is all doom and gloom. Giving us lust, passion the quest for redemption and our favorite Veilorian Amazons with their un ...more
Marie
Jan 07, 2013 rated it it was amazing
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The story of Shade and Malachai is so beautiful, it is impossible to put the book down. Fairy assassin for the Etruian army, Shade is cold and bitter, able to kill without hesitation. When assigned to remove Malachi, a former general desperate to reclaim his life in the Veil, a brand new adventure begins. The emotional ride that these two take together through lust, passion, betrayal, forgiveness and love is so intense, you can feel every moment, laughing and crying right alongside them. With ar ...more
Heather
Aug 06, 2012 rated it really liked it
I won't even lie. The first half of this book was extremely boring to me. I really don't care for Shade's character and the way she is so cold. I know she has to be that way for the book to be good but I really couldn't get into it. And the way her and Malachi skirted around each other was annoying. But then the big climax comes and the book gets REALLY good and while I'm reading, really getting into it and have no capability of putting the book down I'm also thinking 'I don't care that I didn't ...more
Emilie E. Faye
Apr 08, 2013 rated it really liked it
Recommended to Emilie by: Caissy Boudreau
This was my absolute favorite of this series! All of the darkness and angst surrounding the female and male lead characters really captivated me. I was quite pleasantly surprised when I picked this one up after Succubus-in-Waiting and Ruby: Uncut and on the Loose and expected all the same fun and witty humor. The characters were very well developed in this one and I was able to put myself in the female lead's shoes as the story progressed because of how easy it was for me to relate.

I will defini
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Francine "Tsukime"
Dec 09, 2012 rated it really liked it
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A demon-vampire Halfling with a dark past, irresistibly handsome and charming Malachi Cromwell seeks to redeem himself in the eyes of the Veilerians. Sexy fairy Shade has been tasked to bring about the bloody demise of Malachi in which she met him under false pretense.

This book shows the power of love and its ability to change a person, even risking their lives for the sake of their one true love. With such a superb multilayered plot, Danica Avet proved that forgiveness is indeed possible for th
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Danica Avet was born and raised in the wilds of South Louisiana where mosquitoes are big enough to carry off small children and there are only two seasons: hot and hotter. With a BA in History, she figured there were enough fry cooks in the world and decided to try her hand at writing.

Writing is how she gives the voices in her head a way out. They speak to her constantly wanting their stories told
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The Veil (4 books)
  • Ruby: Uncut and on the Loose (The Veil, #1)
  • Succubus-in-Waiting (The Veil, #2)
  • Ain't No Bull (The Veil, #4)