Road To Winter
The fae king is growing on me. Every touch, look, and night spent in his arms is slowly melting my resistance. When his feral side takes over, something inside me wants to let go and give him everything. With each passing day, the pull is getting harder to deny...
But, the road to the winter realm is full of danger. And, I need to concentrate on finding my way home, not
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So Road to Winter continued the story right where we left off in book one.
After there interactions with the Obsidian witch Selena Tayler, Beth, Leander and Gareth resume their journey towards the winter kingdom.
There is obviously secrets surrounding Taylor: ones that she seems unaware of herself.
A mysterious ancient prophecy concerning Taylor so it will certainly be interesting to see where this is ultimately heading.
This does have a sensual and much more animalistic vibe than its predecessor: ...more
When will Taylor finally give in to Leander?!! It is all I am waiting for.
These books are fun to read. I have no clue of the time period in it so I can't really judge the speech. I just know I am entertained lol
Lastly, damn these book for ending with cliff hangers. Now it appears I have to wait a week for the next one.
It quickly becomes apparent that there are those who don't want them to reach the Winter Realm. With the aid of his second in command Gareth, Leander is up to the challenge of protecting his mate from Obsidians, attacking beasts, and bounty hunters alike, though they still have to travel through the most dangerous part of their journey, ...more
This one wasnt as magical as the first one Ill be honest up front. Its a traveling story where the other one was split between a court and then an escape. But because of that we are linda caught between just riding horses and sleeping and then some banter in between. The obsidian witch didnt tell us just what Taylor is which is annoying AF but I still have hope that we might get some resolution? Fingers crossed and onto the next one. ...more
The romance between Leander and Taylor is a slow burn one. A loved Leander. But I'm affraid that he is having a blue balls case. Damn! Taylor has been tough, but she will fall for Leander pretty soon.
On the other hand, we have Beth with some occurrences which has given more fun to the story.
Road to Winter just featured another damn cliffhanger revolving around a kidnapping. Of course I ate it all up but ugh, can the guys just takes the girls as their mates? We all know that they know that they are mates - just seal the deal already dammit!
Other than that, not a lot happened. I honestly have no idea what this series is about but if Taylor gets kidnapped again at the end of book 3 I might just yell at my phone. Maybe if I get some hardcore smut action ...more
All we really got was another few assassination attempts, and more pushing for Leander to claim his mate. But its cool, because feral fae instincts?
I like this series so far. I wish the books were longer. In fact, I would have preferred this to be either one long book or two books instead of 4. I do wish a few more terms were explained, what exactly is finding your mate, politics, what about Spring and Autumn. Geography, where are the mountains in correlation to the season realms, more of this feral nature; bond and magic wise, more on this bond thing, more on the classes of Fae, and a few other items. I hope these will come ...more
I still have interest in this story and want to read the next one. Some criticism I have are the length of the books (Kindle Unlimited made these free for me but others don't have that option), the character development is a bit rushed, and cliffhangers. That said, I still like the story and I want to continue reading.
This book starts exactly where the first ended. Leander is battling the Obsidian Witch with Gareth along side of him. And throughout the book there's adventure and action around every corner! I don't want to go into any more details than that. Lol. Because it'll spoil everything. Haha.
I am definitely loving this story so ...more
#1. Fae's Captive
#3. Bite Of Winter
I have to admit that the writing was noticeably less stiff & cringe-y. The content had a few TSTL moments but was ok. I like Taylor & Beth quite a bit. Gareth is a sweetie. Leander is the Edward Cullen of the Fae. Entertaining to say the least. ...more
I am reviewing this after reading the second part as well. I REALLY DO AGREE that they could have been assimilated rather into one but we get what we get... And this is something great that we got.
Our lead lady is a mere human who has been kidnapped by her roommate and sent into the Fae world. Our lead hero recognises her as his mate at the first close scent and then the journey begins...
It reminded me of Maria V. Snyders's books because it has that ...more
The last book was a cliffy! And while I dont really like them that much (personal choice) since the next one was already out, I was able to dive right in! And this one really builds on the relationship (or lack thereof) with leander and Taylor. The side characters start to really stand out a bit in this one too. Beth is a delight to watch, she has no regard for her safety unless it literal life or death. Even then its questionable. And grumpy Garenth is ...more
When one of your favorite authors recommends a book you read it. Right now I am cursing her because I'm hooked on this series and it just ended on a cliffhanger. I need to know what happens now. The tendon building between these characters is magnetic. There is humor and so many unknowns that I'm so thoroughly sucked in to this story that it is painful to find out what is going to happen.
Cannot wait for the next book. Like seriously, I cannot wait...
Lily Archer believes in fairies, mermaids, and fierce fae warriors. Armed with nothing more than her imagination and a well-worn MacBook, she intends to slay the darkest beasts of the fantasy worlds ...more