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Farbo (Kingdom of Nareth) (Volume 1) Paperback – November 7, 2015
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Mercedes Bleau is an author of Romance Fantasy and Paranormal. She spends her days writing stories in the attic of an old Victorian, and her nights dreaming of Alpha's from different worlds.... Look for her next story in the Kingdom of Nareth series, coming soon.
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They are fated mates kept apart by sworn duty and a jealous dark antagonist -
To what extent are they willing to go to be together even if it is not in body but only in spirit?
I am not sure how this world is supposed to work as this was the first book in the series I felt it lacked in providing the background necessary to understand why things were - I did discover something though and ended up rereading the book because of it -
I will suggest reading the glossary in its entirety - I found that had I read it first instead of glossing over it -I would have understood a lot more of the scenes
This for me was nothing even remotely like the BDB or the Midnight Breed series - I have to say it stands in a class of its own
In this wonderful bit of yumminess we meet Atlyn - she is a dancer (or is an apprentice), she works tirelessly for a vampire named Myca - she is a sadistic bitch. Sayber is Myca's second, he knows what she is and allows himself to be used. However, both Sayber and Atlyn - know that they are soul mates and must find a way to be together.
Ms. Bleau's writing is fast paced, descriptive and smoking hot! That being said if you are in the market for a PN romance that is a quick hot read - I recommend this one!
I received a free copy of this book and voluntarily review same.
I wasn't sure what to expect from this book and I was a little intimidated by the glossary at the beginning. I thought I would have a difficult time following everything, but I was wrong. I fell into the story easily, and the terms all made sense.
This is a dark, dramatic romance. There is violence and pain, but there is also pleasure and love. I enjoyed it and wished it had been a little bit longer.
*I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book.*
Flipping through the book I found the Glossary at the start of it…wow intimidating. Not many fiction writers use a glossary but it wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be and I was kind of glad it was there. I did have to flip back to the glossary to find out what was signification about the terms and the structure of the vampires hierarchy and relationships a few times. It’s kind of complicated but an interesting world that Bleau is building. Flipping back and forth did interrupt the flow of the story a little bit for me until I got the terms down.
I thought it was an interesting concept to have the Todesgeist’s be more of an incubus/succubus type vampire that feed off sexual energy rather than the average blood sucking vampire. If Bleau had left it at that I would have liked the overall story better. The story was a little more twisted and wicked for my tastes. I am not really a fan of the whole punishment for pleasure thing. Myca’s kind of punishment pretty much crossed the line into straight out torture a few times which I didn’t care for at all. Myca had a sadistic side and she really didn’t like Atlyn but the things she did to her throughout the story bothered me. The ways Myca punished Sayber was just as distributing if not more. These were people Myca was suppose to take care of.
Maybe I am missing something and Bleau’s other books aren’t as twisted and this was just a fluke I don’t know but this was not the kind of erotica that I like. The good news is that Sayber claims Atlyn at the end so it at least has a happy ending…even for Myca.
I received this book as part of a Goodreads giveaway.
Farbo is a quick read. It has drama and romance. I appreciated the strength and vulnerability of Atlyn and Sayber. Their journey towards happiness was intense, and I am pleased with their HEA.