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- Publication Date: March 5, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ITUEIXI
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Transcend the Past (The For Love of Fae Trilogy Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- Book 2 of 3 in The For Love of Fae Trilogy (3 Book Series)
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In Transcendent - the 2nd book in the For Love of Fae series - we are caught up in McKenna's story and her dealings with the Women on the Hill. McKenna is a spy for the Women and serves them by sailing the nightwinds and keeping close tabs on the people. BUT - little do the Women know that McKenna is playing an integral part of an underground rebellion.
This story has twist that you don't see coming and as a result really keeps your interest to the end. And once you reach that end, you will be wondering when Book 3 is going to be published!!! (Hopefully soon!!) I hate when people give away the whole story in a review - so, all the I have left to say is you really need to read it to find out what happens. But please read Sweet Magic Song first - it explains a lot that will help you understand what is happening in Transcendent more.
I received a copy of this book for an honest review.
I received this book as an Complimentary copy but as always, all opinions and thoughts are mine. Positive review was not required. I just really loved the book.
It's hard to make readers fall in love with a character that they once despised, but that's exactly what she does. If you've read the Bend-Bite-Shift series, you met Robin and maybe like me you thought he got off far too easy. Devon, the faery-witch, banishes him to the feary realm, stripping him of his magic powers. I had a sense of smug justice, though, when he appears in a later book transformed into a weasel, because in the faery realm "what is, is." Lol! Perfect.
But in this book we find out what happened in his past that led him to do the things he did, and we also get to witness his metamorphosis. People are capable of change, if they really, really want it. And what motivates us more than love? To love and to be loved.
I couldn't put it down and had to read it twice, immediately. Great book by an awesome author.
This book is about the Women on the Hill whom is the ones whom control the Faery realm and they have allowed themselves to get power hungry and they are stealing the magical powers from the fae people and then banishing them to Island Anethemusa. These fae people call themselves Dissenters, they rebel and mean to end the reign of the Women. Mckenna who is spy for the Women, finds Robin Weir an exiled weasel, his punishment for his lies and betrayal in the human world. She befriends him and has him do all her dirty work in her uncover convert mission. Robin finds he can shift back into a man again and things heat between him and Mckenna. She needs to control her emotions several people are depending on her and the uprising.
The loneliness comes close to destroying me most nights. It’s only the dedication to our plan that keeps me going. It is the only thing I have to live for now.
"The death of my beloved son nearly destroyed me."
Her tears increased, streaming over the crowd in misting rain. "And in my grief, I am so sorry to say that I nearly destroyed all of us. For that, I must beg your forgiveness.Read more ›
Book two of For the Love of Fae takes place in the Fairy Realm more than anywhere. At the end of book one we meet McKenna & a weasel named Robbie, these are the main two characters in book two. I was a bit lost at the beginning and I think it was mainly because I haven't read many Fae books before this one plus now I REALLY want to read Olivia's Bend - Bite - Shift series so I can meet more of the characters and learn more about the fairy realm and the vampires that need magical blood.
This is a great book about a Fae and a shape shifter that work together to save the fairy realm from the Woman. McKenna who doesn't want to let her guard down ends up falling in love with Robbie the weasel who is really a very good looking man who did somethings in the past that deemed him to the fairy realm without his powers and turned into a weasel. We get a glimpes here and there into Robbie's past through memories that Robbie has. The author keeps the storyline flowing nicely without a dull moment. I look forward to reading book three and finding out what will happen next.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This has got to be the Prettiest Cover ever seen. This is a great book in a great series. mcKenna is a fun character and perfect for this book. I could not put it down.Published 1 month ago by Vonfarm
I had hoped that I would be getting a growing expanded FAE world with more adventures of Room and BellePublished 15 months ago by Kindle Customer
Olivia continues to paint the story of her amazing paranormal world! I was totally stoked to read the second book in the Fae series & it was amazing. Read morePublished on April 29, 2014 by Ash Bee
I was given this book for an honest review.
Whether I care or not about the characters in a book always makes or breaks my reading experience. Read more
I was given the book for my honest review.
The Fae saga continues with this fantastic addition to the For Love of Fae trilogy. Read more
As I have mentioned before, I love Olivia Hardin’s books. I actually have not read them all and have read them out of order, but it made no difference. Read morePublished on March 23, 2014 by Nancy GYG