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An Earthly King (Modern Tales of Na Fianna) (Volume 2) Paperback – October 31, 2016
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Okay, ever since Blood Ties I had been eagerly waiting for a return to the world of Na Fianna. So when Hazel was looking for beta readers, I jumped at the chance. So yes, this is a review of an early version, but whatevs.
I loved getting Eoman's POV and more of his hilarious banter with Killian. I was laughing just about every time these guys opened their mouths. Of course I still love Ciran. His brother Aedan is going through some stuff related to book 1 and it just about broke my heart. I loved how much they looked out for each other and how Ciran didn't give up on him, even if it seemed like he was only pushing Aedan away. We also get a new female lead, who I loved!! Bree is a special agent in charge of relations with fair folk. I can't remember the initials of her organization off the top of my head, but she was awesome. I really appreciated how she had a stash of chocolate for stressful emergencies. And she and Eoman together. <3
Storyline - same fast paced gloriousness of book 1. Still just as stressful. The lads go up against the faery queen who's after a husband (who just so happens to be Eoman). They get some help from another fae named Oberon (great character that I'm looking forward to seeing a bit more of). The overall story is based off the legend of Tam Lin, so if you're familiar with the legend, you know pretty much where the plot is going, but it's still a fun wild ride to get there.
I really really enjoy these books, and I can't wait until book 3!
Highly recommended for anyone who loves stories of brothers, friendship, Irish legends, and basically fast car driving, leather wearing, sword wielding, sass mouthing, Irish guys trying to do right by friends and family. :)