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Wildest Dreams (Fantasyland Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I liked Finnie well enough, but wished she'd stood up more for herself, or at least explain she's not used to how things work there (after she realizes Frey knows) and how she's used to living. I realize she has to learn and adapt to her new surroundings, but there were times I would've straight up stood my ground, but I'm also a very strong willed woman (lol). I also thought her vocabulary was a little on the juvenile side too many times: crap, ho boy, freaking, cool, etc.
Frey is a bit TOO pushy/bossy/demanding for my likes, but he also had his sweet moments. I get it, he's a ruler and should be listened to, but there are several times in the story I would've straight up blown up on him for saying/doing what he does to Finnie and I doubt I'd be easily forgiving him like how she does in the story.
I felt it was a little dragged out, a little too descriptive, and sometimes a bit repetitive, but otherwise I enjoyed the story and will continue on with book 2.
The male lead was the most frustrating man I have read about in quite some time. Some of the things he did and thought would have made any woman from this world leave him at the drop of a hat. And luckily, this anger was shown, albeit briefly, from our heroine.
In summary, the book was ok. It held my interest. I just wanted it to be better. Also, the narrator was really good on the audio book.
I won't gush about how much I adored Frey and Finnie--but I did. I totally, totally did. What I will say is that one of my favorite aspects of this novel was the writing itself, and the development of another world. It was the fact that Frey and Finnie were from different realms of existence that made their story so enjoyable to me. Even more, the fantasy aspect was so much, I asked myself repeatedly if I could get my dad to read this book. (I'm still on the fence about that one, haha.)
If you like a good story (not even necessarily if you love a good romance or you love a good fantasy read, but if you like a good story) I'd recommend this book.