To Kill a Fae by Jamie A. Waters – Review

Posted April 4, 2020 by Tina in Book Review, Books / 0 Comments

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To Kill a Fae by  Jamie A. Waters – ReviewTo Kill a Fae
Series: The Dragon Portal Series #1
by Jamie A. Waters
Find the Author: Website, Twitter, Facebook, Goodreads, Amazon, Instagram
Published by Hidden Realms Publishing
on September 26, 2019
Genres: Fiction, Fantasy, Dragons & Mythical Creatures, Romantic, Dark Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Epic, Romance
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Source: Purchased

To Kill a Fae by Jamie A. Waters was not a review I was planning on doing. But I got the second book By Blood and Magic as an ARC so of course, I had to read To Kill a Fae first. I am so glad I did!!

To Kill A Fae Summary

Sabine fled from her homeland to live amongst the humans and hiding behind her glamour to keep her identity secret. She has lived for 10 years in Akros without being detected and drawing attention from the fae who wants to kill her.

Everything changes on the night Malek showed up and helped her fend off an ambush and spoke to her in the language of her homeland. She is intrigued by Malek and what secrets he is hiding. She knows that he is powerful, she can feel it.

He was hiding something. An air of magical energy surrounded him, but it was suppressed somehow, as though his power was warded against detection.

To Kill a Fae by Jamie A. Waters

Malek is on the hunt for a rare artifact rumored to be in Akros. He also needs the find, someone, with enough fae blood to unlock the magic in said artifact. Finding Sabine a full-blooded fae was unexpected but very welcome. Especially one as intriguing as her. So getting close and personal to Sabine is a priority for him. He needs her to trust him in order for him to convince her to unlock the fae magic these artifacts possess.

My Star Rating Explained…….

To Kill a Fae Review

I love this book. Sabine is a super-strong female heroine. The complicated relationship between her, Dax and Bane was captivating. I would have to say that Dax is my favorite in this book. His complete arrogance and how he interacted with Sabine had me turning pages to see what was going to happen next.

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It is a huge pet peeve of mine when a female heroine is overprotected. That was not the case in this book. They tried to protect Sabine and keep her away from the action. But she did what she wanted and found it anyway. This is another reason I couldn’t put the book down. It’s pretty boring when everyone always follows the rules and doesn’t stir up any trouble.

Malek and Sabine’s relationship also had me sucked in. They both had their identity they were trying to keep hidden. But both were super curious and attracted to each other. I couldn’t wait to see who found out who first and how either one was going to react. Conclusion I loved the book, all of it.

The Dragon Portal Series

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About Jamie A. Waters

Jamie A. Waters is an award-winning, science-fiction and fantasy writer. Her first novel, Beneath the Fallen City (previously titled as The Two Towers), was a winner of the Readers’ Favorite Award in Science-Fiction/Fantasy Romance and the CIPA EVVY Award in Science-Fiction.

Jamie currently resides in Florida with two neurotic dogs who enjoy stealing socks. When she’s not pursuing her passion of writing, she’s usually trying to learn new and interesting random things (like how to pick locks or use the self-cleaning feature of the oven without setting off the fire alarm). In her downtime, she enjoys reading on her Kindle, playing computer games, painting, or acting as a referee between the dragons and fairies currently at war inside her closet.

Posted April 4, 2020 by Tina in Book Review, Books / 0 Comments