Beyond The Mountain (Fae’s Captive #4) by Lily Archer
Review: We finally get what this series has been building up to, and we also get a lot more answers. There was a big drawback for me though, I did not like the evil Cecile in this book and it was an overly predictable turn of events with her father being the bad guy (sorry for the spoiler, but really you know this by book three). Cecile’s fae self was also her evil self, this was not explained fully, or how they were both able to melted together in the end (it does explain a little but I would have liked more). The romance did take a back seat in the book, which was expected but it still throw in the steamy moments.
You are mine, and I am yours. And nothing save death can part us. And even then, not for long.
Thorn. Shathinor spits. I think I’ll have you change to a bear before I kill you. I’d like your hide on my bed. Thorn nods appreciatively. That is, by far, the creepiest invite to someone’s bed I’ve ever gotten.
You’re relentless. I am obsidian. I do not break.
Would I? Reread? If I was going to reread the whole series. Recommend to others? Yes. Read more of this series? Yes. Read more from this author? Yes.
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars.
Edition: Kindle Edition, 1st Edition, 164 pages.
New Adult. Romance. Mature Themes. Mature Content. Fantasy. Paranormal. Magic.
Published April 18th 2019.
Summary: Betrayal has taken Taylor far beyond my reach.
I can feel the bond stretched and twisted until it’s on the verge of snapping. But I will find her. She is mine as I am hers, and nothing will stop me from recovering my queen. I will always come for her. If she is hurt, I will heal her. If she is scared, I will wrap my arms around her, my embrace her safe harbor.
And as for the ones who took her?
I will destroy them all. Crossing the frozen heart of winter will be their final mistake. My fury will end the king beyond the mountain, and I will return to the winter realm with my queen by my side. A solid plan. One that would have worked. But when I reach the Gray Mountains, nothing is as it seems, and my mate faces a danger from the most insidious of foes – herself.
-Summary from GoodReads.com