Faeling for Them
In a world where witches hate the Fae, Gabriella has just broken the borders between the races wide open...
Gabriella is a bad witch. Well, she's not evil, she just sucks at magic, and when she turns eighteen, the unthinkable happens: she grows a pair of wings.
Human born Fae are nothing new. An oddity to be sure, but witch born Fae?
They're a whole other ball of wax....more
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This was a completely different type of omega verse than I have read before. It was completely awesome! Oh and the author owes me some chocolate to recover from the scorching heat in the end.
I highly recommend this book. You won't be disappointed. ...more
Gabriella is okay, I didn't find her anything special. Her harem was even less interesting than her. It just feels like we spent so much time on the mundane stuff that we forget to add any kind of liveliness to our main characters. All of them felt stiff and just very minimally fleshed out in ...more
Going into this book I had absolutely no idea what to expect, but being a big fan of this author, I had faith that she would deliver another book that I loved. And again, she didn't disappoint.
Gabriella, the female main character is a witchborn Fae. She kept the Fae-part hidden from her family for years. Why? Witches hate Fae and vice versa. Upon her discovery she has to attend Eight Wings academy, an academy for Fae. At the Academy she's isolated herself. The Fae don't ...more
Gabrielle is strong prickly and as the guys say make a hedgehog look cuddly and the only witch fae hybrid. Three guys Joseph, Matthew and Daniel. Multiple POVs.
No knotting but does go down the alpha omega route. I liked how all four of them are clueless and discovering things together. The change caught me off guard at first but I’d like to see where this one goes. Does ...more
I love, love, love this book! And impatiently waiting for the second book!! This isn't my first paranormal read, but my first from Serena and she has me sold again! I need to read all her other books and I want more from this troupe. Her story telling and descriptions draw me in every time and give me a steamy hug ;)
Gabriella has a lot stacked against her because if being a terrible witch isn't enough let's add a set of wing. The Fae and witches will be thrilled just ...more
This really breaks the mold of the typical academy RH, adding in some omega verse rules, New Fae myths, Intriguing world building and a reluctant bond that is just getting started. Very entertaining.
- Very Intriguing.
- Latina FMC... finally!!
- Mixed language throughout.
- Only The important parts are really covered, so you jump forward in time a few instances, eliminates drivel or filler writing.
- It’s a bit hard to get into in the beginning.
- omega verse just may mess up your ...more
They all learn that the men are her Virgo, or in other words, ...more
This was a quirky story about a very angry, snarky and fed up witch who just wants to go back to being a regular witch instead of a Fae witch hybrid.
Throw in an academy of Fae where you are taught to duel in the sky, some delicious men that are growly and are turning into baser animals following the instinct of mating and you have yourselves an interesting story.
This was a quick read that I read in one go and a great foundation for the upcoming books.
Another Amazing Book by Serena Akeroyd!
I would totally recommend this book! It's got Fae , Witches, and an a*hole instructor you wanna slap( not in a good way, like really needs a b**** slap)
I really like Gabriella's Sass. She can definitely keep.her Virgo in line... Unless they Growl... Yeah need to know more about that!!
I see book 2 is already out so I'm gonna go get my fix!!
Book 2 here I come!!
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Enjoy! You won't be dissapointed!! ...more
I'm a fan of her Quintessence Series and Kingdom Of Veronia, but somehow this series was a huge build-up to a very small explosion. I kept hoping that it would get better.
There are some interesting ideas, but overall the characters weren't that well developed.
Kinda rushed and the whole trilogy read like the author was trying to catch a trend wave with the recent interest in 'Academy Romance', but got a low impact on shore.
Wasn’t sure how I’d feel about this book, but I like it so far. Some of the writing caught me off guard and felt almost overwhelming with the descriptions but prob better to over describe than not enough. Not sure who my favorites are yet and I’m not sure how I feel about the MC now with the bond changing all of them. definitely going to read the next one to see what happens next.
I was terribly confused at first reading this. Almost to the point where, if I would’ve closed the book for good, I would’ve been fine. But something kept me going, and suffice to say I’m happy I did. I’m not used to reverse harems where the men are appalled at the situation. Can’t wait for the next.
I really loved this new world. This was completely different then I was used too. It took me a few chapters to really get into. (All the world building and new fae words. Took me a minute) but after I had everything straight. I flowed right through this book. I loved it. It was entertaining, full of angst, drama, suspense and a really great ploy. Gabriela is a bad@ss and fantastic FMC! I really enjoyed and will jump right into the next book.
Does end in a cliffhanger but all ...more
I REALLY wanted to like this story. From the very beginning I was clueless, and still am. I guess it took leaps into the urban fantasy and paranormal realm that doesn't resonate as "true" or "right" ... it's had to describe. The possibilities for the story just doesn't mesh with any sort of reality to bring in that realism that makes the story more relatable.
I mean, for real, they're in their mid-twenties going to an academy for whatever reason that isn't fully explained, yet teaching ...more
Gabriella, a witch, who manifests into more... Not just a human born Fae, but a witch born one. Eighteen years of hiding what she was among humans, to begin a path to discovering just what she actually is...
Joseph, Matthew, Daniel... Three Fae warriors determined to prove themselves, to reap glory and remove all stigma from their lives and family names... Well on their way until they meet Gabriella... Snarky, defensive Gabriella; a witch born Fae with the power to bring them ...more
This book is boring. At like 6%, we are literally already being taught a history lesson. That is not a way to start a book. This author missed the hook by a mile. Reviews don't leave a lot of hope that things will pick up, either.
Disclaimer: All my DNFs get 1 star. I know it's a major point of contention and is seen as a reviewer faux pas for a lot of people, but I don't care. My review, my rules. Peer pressure can suck itself.
** 3.5 stars on it's way to 4 stars **
I felt like this story was bigger than 3 books. It glosses over her time in the academy (a whole year, almost). It's definitely not a bully RH, but her time there almost doesn't feel important either, more an afterthought. There true plot begins when the troupe forms and she finds her Virgo mates. I think more time should have been sent here earlier on, then the ending wouldn't have felt so muddy. Just like the FMC, I felt a little isolated from ...more
I liked the concept of this book, vutbthe first half was incredibly boring. The few things that I've found in RHs that keep the story are going good character development and great dialogue. World building is important, but too much surrounding detail can be too much. Also, the FMC barely speaks to anyone in the first half and after some time her negative bravado was irritating.
Like I said the second half was better, but more insta-lust reactions instead of true character ...more
I wouldn't say not to try this series because it wasn't terrible. The writing is good and plot is not bad.
I think the Insta mating making the characters to do a 180 personality wise might be another reason why this didn't work for me.
Skimming through she's apparently the submissive omega to her alpha mates. Not much of a fan of female submission ...more
A citizen of the world, Serena is a nomad at heart, and her ...more