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4.83  ·  Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Marfóir the greater her destiny, the greater the price!
"His aching memory, his voice...a haunting whisper, his smile like no other. He holds our daughter in his arms, and my heart soars. They’re gone...but I will find them, for not even death can separate us.”

A new type of romance, inspired by Celtic mythology, Marfóir is a riveting story of love and family. Thi
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Published February 10th 2019 by Sea Otter Publishing, LLC
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May 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Honestly, one of the most talented authors I've ever read! Marfoir was an incredible second read in the Fae series from Marishka Grayson. Aine, a beloved High Queen journeys through this story of heart break, hope and love. She finds strength in places she never knew existed, friends and enemies too! The relationships she builds throughout her journey are real and deep and you feel that as a reader. Marishka Graysons writing is so captivating and brings such a human element to it, that you can't ...more
Andrew Wilson
Feb 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I've enjoyed the author's series, and this one is probably my favorite so far. It's closest to the high fantasy which I typically prefer. But as with all the books in this series, it takes fantasy to new borders. Fae (Tolkien-style elves) battling with guns and modern weapons is refreshing and surprisingly entertaining. Purists and fantasy readers may shudder at the thought of colliding worlds, but it's been done before especially in other media – like Japanese animation. This book is graphic an ...more
Feb 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Thank you for the ARC read, I voluntarily give this book an honest review. 
The battle still ranges. The high king is dead along with her daughter. Áine believes she can save them but first she has to get around her brother in law/ex lover. The travel she does takes is a long dangers road of pain. Visions of her husband plague her, only they are not of his husband as she thinks. Having to choose between the man she loved and the man she falling for how will it turn out? This book was a excellent
Shivani McFarland
Feb 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The second book takes place after Faolan and Morfran are on the beach in Ireland. Who will rule in the different realms of the Beautiful Plain, the Mirror realm, the Gloom and Otherworld. There are a different set of characters but it still relates to the war between the Fomoire and Tuatha. Aine, the main character is running for her life way from soldiers away from the battle and the Cu. The Mic Ri are back as is Niam. There is galdr, geis and glimmer. And plenty of nasty black fire. Battles, b ...more
Feb 11, 2019 rated it really liked it
This is an intriguing read with plenty of twists and turns, the characters really draw you into the story and into the fae world. An entertaining read.
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