By A.C Wilds
Available February 1
A.C Wilds is a new to me author who has brought me back to the paranormal world of fae.
Death Card is about Azra, a fae, who was raised in the human World. She is taken from a bar in a small town, in which she fled to from the big city, to escape a cheating boyfriend. Greyson discovers her while out on a mission for the King of Light, Michael. When witnessing Azra use magic he feels she would be of importance so he takes her to the Light. She is then told that she is a fae, a changer. Keeping her there against her will she meets Cassiel, the Prince of Light. They create a bond over their love of horses.
I love how strong Azra’s character is. She is feisty and says it how it is. That’s the best type of heroine. I can’t wait to see the dynamic between Azra, Greyson and Cassiel in the next book. I’m sure it will definitely be hot and exciting!!
This books ends in a cliffhanger and makes you wonder what the heck is gonna happen next! I can’t wait to see what is in store for Azra, Cassiel and Greyson as they all have a connection. I went into this book not knowing what to expect. I was thoroughly pleased.
Azra Sumner is hiding.
A past she can’t escape, and stuck in a cage of her own making, she tries to settle into a normal life.
Except she isn’t normal, she never was, but she is about to find out just how exceptional she is.
Greyson’s job is simple. Hunt the things that imprisoned him and bring them back to the Light, but when he meets Azra, things don’t seem so clear anymore.
Cassiel is a prince, the heir to the throne. His existence has been ordinary until a inky haired temptress shows him how extraordinary it can be.
Thrown into the world of the Fae and forced to make some hard choices, Azra is given her purpose; protect the weak and destroy the wrong.
The Fae who claim to be angels and messengers of the gods aren’t holy. They want Azra for reasons she can’t understand, and she must follow along to survive.
The lines will blur
*This is an Adult (+18) Paranormal Reverse Harem story. It is a slow to medium burn, with the intensity picking up in book two. There are possible triggers and some violence.
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