The list author says: "So this is Part II of my list… although this one strays a little from “Well-written” to just more fun. As opposed to classic fantasy, these books tend to be more modern and edgy. I’ll keep adding on as I read. Hope you enjoy them as much as I did!"
"Modern-day series set in Dublin involving faries. Light reading (I read all 4 in about a week) with a good blend of romance and action. The main character Mac is hilarious – I even laughed out loud at some points (mostly with the introduction to the “MacHalo”). (continued below)"
"Ok, so this series is entertaining – but I have to warn you – the explicitness of the sex scenes (and there are about 5 million) is a bit much. The novels take place in a parallel world where fairies are out-and-about in the world alongside humans. (continued below)"
"(continued)The main character, Meredith Gentry, is spunky and original, but also a total ho. Apparently, fairies think nothing of having sex with multiple partners (often at the same time – I think there is one point where she has sex with like 8 guys at once… no idea how this is possible) because it is part of their culture. (continued below)"
"(continued) So although the sex is an important part to the story, I got annoyed (and a bit embarrassed at other points) and skipped most of the scenes to get on with the plot. The storyline of the series is really interesting though… so I’d recommend these!"
"(Continued from above) The story line is quite epic and interesting though, so I’d recommend the first 3. After that, the series carries on into the life of the foster son Imriel. I think the books get a bit boring with him as the star, but if you’re bored they might entertain you."
"This series was surprisingly pretty entertaining. Even though it was meant for YA, being in my late 20s I still enjoyed it – although relating to a 15 year old can be difficult sometimes! But overall, worth a read."