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Fae King's Temptation (Court of Bones and Ash Book 1) Kindle Edition
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From the Author
Book 2: Fae King's Hunger
Book 3: Fae King's Sacrifice
Book 4: Fae King's Vengeance
Book 5: Fae King's Claim
Book 6: Fae King's Throne
Book 7: Fae King's Quest
Book 8: Fae King's Triumph
About the Author
- ASIN : B084D4FFY3
- Publication date : March 26, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 2377 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 191 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #28,598 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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This is an adult fantasy book but not too much happens her in terms of steamy moments. I understand because if the characters were to give into their temptation there would be some major consequences for the king and just kingdom and our main female character is thinking she will be retiring to earth.
Beautiful world building and action packed, and lots of dirty thoughts surfacing from the main characters.
Until the end of April for the next 🙇🏼♀️
As for the story itself, it has descriptive world building, angst, comic relief, entertaining dialog, character development, and hardly any errors in syntax, grammar, or spelling. That alone was refreshing; however, because book 1 is roughly 159 pages long in a possible 4 to 5 book series, there wasn't enough there to determine a plot. As a result, a star was deducted in my rating. Apparently, Ms. Harper already has books 1 & 2 completed, but we'll have to wait to the end of April for book 2 to be released. It would have been better to combine books 1 & 2 together, then released the next portion at the end of April. Oh well, I guess that's how it's done anymore. Whatever.
NOTE TO AUTHOR/EDITORS: Just so you know, most readers are not a fan of that type of format and thus you risk none of your books being read. As a reader, why would I bother to get my feet wet with a beginning of a great story, only to have them dried off waiting for its continuation in the next installment of a short book? It would be better to publish books of 270 pages or more & have 3 books in the series than to have 5 books in a series with each one containing roughly 150 pages. Just saying. A book about the other characters, like Gauron, being a novella or short story is rational & would enhance the reader's experience into your world, but not the main characters. Think about it next time.
1. The language regularly changes
2. The number of horses fluctuates
3. Several large plot holes and plot conveniences
4. The plot device to bridge the language barrier has several issues that change throughout the story
5. The author will say the character is something, like angry but then doesn’t give us reasons for that emotion and doesn’t back up that statement with the actions
Just get a real editor please.
There were several parts that I personally found frustrating, like the fl was asking the ml questions, he answered all her questions and was like we gotta go, being hunted and suddenly she’s super pissed at him, why?
She took archery for a couple weeks over 8 years ago so that makes her proficient? What?
At one point the ml is answering more of her questions about the different species and tells her that he’s an orc. Everything so far she has bought but this can’t be true because he’s not green and she’s read lord of the rings AND played Warcraft so he must be lying. .... What? How did this argument make any sense? Why is this the one thing she’s like NOPE! Not true! The orcs in lotr aren’t green at all and the ones in Warcraft are originally brown until they are corrupted by fel magic which turns them green. Idk man. Weird.
There are a lot of misconceptions and miscommunications that I found frustrating. If a large plot point relies on your characters not communicating with each other you need to work on those points because they are weakening your story. Of course you can work this in well where it makes sense and there are a few that genuinely make sense with the situation but more that don’t.
Overall the story is fine. If you’re looking for a quick low fantasy read with some romance you’ll enjoy it. Very few spelling and grammatical errors.
Top reviews from other countries
There she meets Rogar who is the Orc King who aids to help her so she may go home. But he's hiding a secret from Kyra, his second in command and his Shaman which could lead to his ruin!