Review of Bite Of Winter (Fae’s Captive #3) by Lily Archer

Bite Of Winter (Fae’s Captive #3) by Lily Archer

Review: Again with the cliffhangers! Anyway, the past two books were not lacking in the romance, but always seemed to pull back before anything got too hot. But finally right before the cliff hanger we get some long awaited action, and it lived up to the anticipation. The story line also started filling in some of the gaps, or at least they are glaring-y obvious for us as the readers to figure out.  These for-shadowing(s) that have been making themselves known in these three books of this series so far are not at all a surprise, and sadly that kind of sucks. But, good news. If your in this for the romance, fun, quick read and non-thinking. This series has it all for you. Myself on the other hand, I was looking for all the previous statements above, but I also love to be surprised by the books I read. Just as a fun quirk because I’m not really surprised all that often (I’m not talking as if I figure everything out, but I do think about all the possibilities-even the crazy ones).

Favorite quote: NA

Would I? Reread? With the whole series, yes. Recommend to others? Yes. Read more of this series? Yes. Read more from this author? Yes.

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars.

Edition: Kindle Edition, 1st Edition, 125 pages.

New Adult. Romance. Mature Themes. Mature Content. Paranormal. Magic. Fantasy. 

Published March 22nd 2019.

Summary:

The Red Plains are hot. 
But my fae king? 
Even hotter.

So, we kind of got captured by a warlike clan of Vundi warriors. Sounds bad, right? But they treat us as guests, and I’m coming to like them despite the ongoing threat of me being shipped off to the king beyond the mountain. I still endeavour to reach the winter kingdom and find a way back home… until the Vundi high priestess reveals that I may have more ties to the fae world than I ever imagined. On top of that, Leander knows just what buttons to press to get me naked, in a tub, and panting for him. My resolve is failing on all fronts. But, worse than that, I discover danger is even closer than I realised…

-Summary from GoodReads.com

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