- File Size: 2585 KB
- Print Length: 306 pages
- Publisher: Dragonblade Publishing, Inc.; 1 edition (February 1, 2017)
- Publication Date: February 1, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01NAV9MPK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #184,689 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Our Hero, King Cadeyrn, is brave, kind, and most handsome. He is searching for The One, a mortal girl who can save him and his subjects of the faerie world from destruction. The enemy Dragon Lords are cunning, powerful, and determined to destroy the Fae realm. An ancient prophesy foretells of the love the King will have for a mortal, but tragically that love will destroy the girl. King Cadeyrn must
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I also loved Melody Hargreaves, our lovely, sweet and kind-hearted Heroine. She is simply perfect for our Hero. One of the loveliest characteristics that she has, is her caring heart. She thinks of others before herself. There are some breathtakingly poignant moments between our Fae King and his Melody -
I can not say enough about the quality of this book - Excellent plot, wonderful leading characters, an interesting supporting cast, vivid detail of the settings, and a love story, that will capture your heart! An incredible job, Meara Platt!
Melody Hargreaves sees an unresponsive stranger in her bluebell garden and she wants him out. The stranger is ruining her garden and she decides to get him out by herself. She pushes him and he almost falls into the hot springs and she doesn’t want him to end up in the water. While Melody is checking to make sure the guy isn’t injured he wakes up. The stranger is none other than King Caderyn King of the Woodlands Fairies. Caderyn is looking for the Julia the girl written in the prophecy to save his realm and instead finds Melody. Caderyn wonders since being a Fae King is usually invisible to humans but Melody can see him. Caderyn is intrigued by Melody and she by him. As Melody spends more time with Caderyn she slowly falls in love with him. Is she the one the prophecy spoke of or is she just another ordinary girl?
When I first read about King Caderyn in the first book I didn’t like him. Caderyn was arrogant, set in his ways, stubborn and unyielding. It seemed like he had no regard and was just going to push a girl with his magic to make him love him. He wasn’t winning any points with me and I didn’t see him as a very good hero or one that I would even like. In this book I understood him more and even fell for him too. Caderyn totally did a complete turn around and pretty much redeemed himself in this book. He was able to admit his mistakes plus loved his people but was scared to admit his feelings of love. So despite being a king and Fae he was able to admit he was wrong but was willing to save Melody no matter what the cost. Melody was an equally good heroine for him she was sassy, stubborn, and assertive she really loved not only her family but Caderyn as well. She did annoy me a little though even after all the times as being intimate with Caderyn well excluding the first time that he didn’t love her? Especially since touch and feelings weren’t well known to the Fae at times I did want to shake her. I still loved the story enough to finish it and have even read it twice. I definitely can’t wait to see what Ms. Platt has in store for the next in the series because I will be eagerly awaiting that book now.