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Faery Queen (Realm Immortal #2)

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It is ill-advised to incur the wrath of a faery, but it is most foolish to do so of a faery queen…

Realm Immortal, Book Two

Queen Tania of the Faeries is tired of waiting for Hugh, the Earl of Bellemare, to come back to her. A year has passed since his commitments pulled him from her side and she’s begun to suspect he never intended to return. Disheartened, the queen’s mood
Kindle Edition, 240 pages
Published (first published September 26th 2006)
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Laura Greenwood

Title: Faery Queen
Series: Realm Immortal (#2)
Author: Michelle M Pillow
From: Review Copy
Genre: Fantasy, Romance
Release Date: 5th January 2010
Challenges: COYER Scavenger Hunt, 2015 Prequel & Sequel Challenge (2 points)
Links: Goodreads - Amazon

Feeling abandoned and heartbroken, the Faery Queen Tania feels her powers and her goodness fading, and her only chance at reversing the affects would be to get the object of her affection, Hugh the Earl Bellemar
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Queen Tania of the Faeries is tired of waiting for Hugh, the Earl of Bellemare, to come back to her. A year has passed since his commitments pulled him from her side and she-s begun to suspect he never intended to return. Disheartened, the queen-s mood darkens until she finds she has no choice but to teach the earl a lesson he will never forget-that no human should dare lie to a faery queen.

Hugh-s hatred of the magical world is well known and he wishes to live out the rest of his life in the mor
Jun 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Not that great writing style, but on devil plot. The story really sucked me in and I wasn't tempted to ruin it or skip parts by skimming the book.

The faery queen loves the earl, but he has responsibilities to his ppl. She makes a deal with the devil to bring him to her because her body cannot take his being away from her because she loves him and fairies must be happy to be at full power. Her body is turning half black. He loves her,but hates the spell she didn't know she put on him. The earl l
Cheryl Drake johnson
In part 2 of the Realm Immortal Series Hugh Lord of Bellemare has been back at the castle for a year now and he cannot stop thinking about the Faery Queen Tania but he doesn't believe that they have a future together and he has forgotten that he promised to come back in a year but she is watching him through the divination pool and realizes that he doesn't want anything to do with her and has no intention of coming back she is so upset that she foolishly makes a pact with the King of the Damn an ...more
Jul 09, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I laughed, cried, and felt the sadness in each and every character in Book 2 of the Realm Immortal Series. Hell hath no fury like a Fairy Queen that has a broken heart. A year has gone by and Earl of Bellemare has not returned to see Queen Tania. The Earl Hugh has been plagued by dreams of Tania and has sworn off all women because of it. Many horrors have fallen on Bellemare, foals have been born stillborn and with horrible deformities. The brothers think that the Blessing that are upon them hav ...more
Nikki Brooks
Not really my genre, not a fan of historical romance (it has a medieval type setting), even when it's paranormal but I love Michelle Pillow so decided to give it a go.

The said Faery queen falls for Sir Hugh but he never returns to her. So to exact revenge on her fickle loves she make a pact with Lucian to have him returned to her. She was tempted by an easy way to solve her problems and opened herself up to the machinations and manipulations of Lucian.

Hugh is highly wary of Queen Tania and bel
Jul 16, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
“Hell hath no fury...” When you change woman to faery it is even worse. Hugh has broken Tania's heart and left. Gone for too long, she determines to have him even against his will—and to make him pay. She has to find true love or pay the consequences. She doesn't realize he loves her and he is not willing to admit it to himself.

Although he cannot stop thinking about her, he is needed elsewhere. This story has a complicated plot and Ms Pillow does a expert job of weaving all the situations and c
Nov 19, 2007 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book was just as good as book one. We got to see all of the Bellemore clan again but this time focused in on Hugh. The one that promised the Faery Queen he would return to her only to not keep his promise. The results his blessings start to turn bad. It was wonderful to see the dynamics between the Queen and the man that she loved. Who couldn't wrap his head around teh whole situation.

I wanted to shake him at times but realized that he just didn't understand why she was doing the things sh
Pam Louis
Aug 29, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The 2nd book in the series.
Hugh the Lord of Bellemare in the human realm is home but he has dreams of the faery queen he meet. He knows nothing can be between them and yet he is plagued by dreams. But he seems to have forgotten he promised to come back and has made one faery queen angry enough to make a deal with an evil king. Hugh never should have angered her. Now the whole family is back in the magic realm and in danger again.
While this is not my favorite genre michelle knows how to weave a
Christine Croke
May 13, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A nice read. The queen falls for Hugh but he never comes back. She gets mad and makes a pact with Lucian to bring him back but opens herself & the Faeries along with Hugh to the manipulations of Lucian. She was foolish & innocent of the evil ways. Hugh is very suspicious of Queen Tania thinking she put him under a spell but ultimately finds that his love for her is real and just in time to save her. The first book was better but this was a good read. Cant wait to see what happens in the ...more
Oct 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I enjoyed the story especially towards the end. It did take me a little while to get in to the story. However, once I got in to it I did not want to stop reading. We meet up with Hugh the Earl of Bellemare and Queen Tania of the Faeries. She loves him and cannot understand why he did not come back as he "promised". He cannot get her out of his mind and thinks he is cursed with thoughts of her. She made a pact with Lucien, King of the Damned, to bring Hugh to her. For Tania that is when everythin ...more
Aug 21, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I didn’t expect much from this series and was surprised to find myself really enjoying it. It was satisfying on several levels. Deep and mature characters. Intense romance. Interesting plot. I absolutely love dark protagonists and Michelle M. Pillow tottaly delivered. Very complex characters with believable emotions.

Apologies for any errors: I am self-taught in English.
A very frustrating book to read. Hugh needed a good smack upside the head for his arrogant, stubborn ways, for the majority of the book. However, I enjoyed the side characters, particularly the nymph Mia and her possible role in the any forthcoming redemption of Lucian.
Aug 23, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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I enjoyed this book, I did not get bored in any area (I did not skip through any spots) When I got to the end I wanted more. Looking forward to reading Stone Queen.
I really enjoyed this series, but of the 3 books this one is my least favorite.
Shanna Trim
Jul 01, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Loved it just as much as the first one :)
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