Review|Kiss The Fae

Title: Kiss The Fae

Author: Natalia Jaster

Genre: NA Fantasy

Release Date: November 5th, 2020

Series: Vicious Fae #1


Synopsis:

There are three rules to surviving the Fae—and I’m about to break every single one.

Rule #1. Never cross into Faerie.

When I’m chased across the enchanted border and caught by its sinister ruler of the sky, the pretty trickster with a clever tongue offers me a deal.

Rule #2: Never bargain with a Fae.

But I don’t have a choice. For thirteen days, I have to survive in his mountainous maze of crooked bridges, deceptive stairways, and devious inhabitants. Refuse, and my sisters will suffer as punishment.

Rule #3: Never fall for the enemy.

I should have known my sexy captor wouldn’t play fair. The deeper I plunge into this dangerous world of Solitary Fae, the more I’m entangled in their ruler’s seductive web of desire—and the forbidden temptations he offers.

The price of losing this wicked game is everything I love. But winning might just cost me my heart.

Step into the Dark Fables World, where defiant mortals and deceitful faeries clash. Kiss the Fae is the first book in Natalia Jaster’s romantic fantasy series, Vicious Faeries. If you like slow burns, enemies-to-lovers, angst with heart, and magical plot twists, get ready for a book hangover.

NA/new adult: sexual content and language. For mature readers 18+.

We live by rules in these parts. For a start, if you’re mortal, watch your back. Keep the lanterns brimming. Keep the candles burning. Stay out of their territory. Stay away from the mountain, the forest, and the deep. Don’t answer the wind, the trees, or the water. Or they’ll hear you.

This NA Fantasy was absolutely amazing! It pulls you in from the very beginning..

Lark, the MC, was a sassy badass who one day finds herself having to flee into Faerie, alongside her two sisters. The three are able to leave but not without consequences. The three rulers of the Faerie lands demand payment for their intrusion and the three ladies must again return to win back their freedom. Kiss the Fae focues on Lark, the brash and somewhat reckless sister. I adored Lark. She always spoke her mind even when she shouldn’t which usually resulted in making things harder for her.

“Someday, if I know what’s good for me, I’ll muzzle myself.”

Cerulean, appointed leader of the mountain, is the ruthless Fae that takes Lark to his kingdom. If she wants to gain her freedom and ensure her sisters survival, she must complete a dangerous maze that no other mortals have managed to solve. Using tricks and savagery at every turn, as Fae do, Lark must keep on her toes or she will never make it out alive.

” I hate him. I hate him so much, I want it written on my tombstone. My disgust is absolute, full-bodied to the point of painful, roasting me from the inside out.

Cerulean was quick-witted and tough with a soft side that I loved seeing. Put Lark and Cerulean together and their chemistry is *chefs kiss* perfect. This was a perfect slow-burn romance with a dash of intrigue, as the two try to unravel why they feel so familiar.

Natalia writes in such a whimsical, beautiful way it was easy to get lost in this dark, vicious fairytale. I am giving this a mutinous 5 out of 5 stars. I can’t wait for Juniper and Puck’s story!

One more quote for fun because I loved it

“Mutinous human.”

That’s it. That’s the quote. I love it. It’s used a few times and every time made me swoon for some reason. Ah. Sometimes it’s the little things🤣

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