Less than six months ago my life was twisted and flipped on its side. Things have changed so much I barely recognize myself anymore.
I am no longer an Enforcer.
I am no longer a Witch.
I no longer hate the Fae. (For the most part)
And the sex-on-a-stick-gorgeous-Fae? He isn’t really the Dark Prince.
No, he is the father of my children and with the babies on the way, the land dying and the Mages closing in; alliances will have to be formed if we are all to make it through the war that is coming to our front door.
Between warring Gods and Goddesses, how are any of us supposed to win?
“Synthia, you’re immortal now and time is something you have in abundance. Ristan also suggested we get you some books on mothering, and birthing as well. He also said to give you this,” Darynda whispered wickedly as she glamoured a doll.
“A doll?” I asked confusion stamped on my face. She handed me the small newborn doll which immediately started shrieking with an ear piercing cry the moment I held it. “How the hell do you shut it off?” I shouted over the wailing thing that I held up by its leg.
“Try cuddling with it, Flower,” Ristan said from the door before I turned a horrified look up at him.
“You ass,” I growled as I tried to comfort the doll and failed. I had zero knowledge of how to calm a screaming baby; it wasn’t as if we had child raising classes at the Guild.
“Here, like this,” he said as he sifted to the bed and took hold of the doll. “Gentleness is universal. Even Fae babes love a cuddle to feel secure, smart little things also like breasts.”
I lifted a brow as he swaddled the doll in a blanket he glamoured, and rocked the life like doll in his arms. It instantly stopped crying and made gentle mewling sounds. I groaned. “I’m going to be the worst mother, possibly ever known to Fae and mankind alike.”
Author of Fighting Destiny a fast paced Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance with hot alpha males, and a sassy heroines. I have three kids, and married my best friend, who is also the most amazing man ever. I live in Washington State with way too many trees, and love it. I have been writing as long as I can remember, and I am also the page owner of Erotica Book Club.
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4.5 Star Review:
Amelia Hutchins is at the top of my list of favorite self-published authors. The Fae Chronicles perfectly combines a kick-ass heroine, a ton of smutty erotica, action and an intricately woven story line.
I was hooked on this series since day 1 and was so excited to get my hands on book 4. It didn’t disappoint. I won’t give away any plot details at all, but if you’ve been following the series all along, you have to pick up Seducing Destiny. If you haven’t started reading the series yet, you must!
In Seducing Destiny, I feel like Syn is finally coming into her own. Everything she has been through in the prior 3 books lead up to her growth and transformation in book 4. I was always a fan of Syn’s before because she was tough as nails. Now I am an even bigger fan because she really shows how she can also be a strong and intelligent leader, and an amazing mother at the same time!
And for those of you who enjoy a little – or in this case, A LOT – of steaminess in your books, this one isn’t to be missed. Amelia really turned up the heat in Seducing Destiny.
So if you like strong women, hot men, an intelligent plot and a decent amount of erotica, put Seducing Destiny on your TBR.
Being accepted to the fiercest, strongest, fairy warrior army ever to protect the realm – Easy.
Making the human girl, who holds your destiny in her hands, fall in love with you – Not so Easy.
When the Fairy Kingdom of Avalon comes under attack, Prince Killian, Fairy warrior, and heir to the throne, prepares for battle. But when the prophesy of a Seer overshadows his fate and while his family is dying around him, he flees Avalon to the Human Realm. He vows to return and claim his destiny, only…he never thought his vengeance would mean fifty years stuck in the human realm with no way home.
Reagan Lunsa is completely alone and she thinks she likes it that way. She buries her grief from her parents’ mysterious disappearance, 3 years ago by keeping busy at her university art school and working at Faircrest’s New Age shop. All while secretly spending every free moment on solving the mystery of what really happened to her parents.
On a rare night out her attention is caught by a handsome, sexy bartender who seeks her out, asking for friendship, and maybe more. This stranger is unlike any man she’s ever known.
And when she discovers he’s also hiding secrets her world turns upside down, all while she falls deeply in love with this protective, and patient Fairy prince.
Reagan finds that learning to trust again is harder than she thought. Especially when the truth, and her love, leads her into a world unlike she has ever known.
A world where fairies exist and humans are not welcome.
Elizabeth Kelly was born and raised in Dublin Ireland, She now resides in southern California.
She is the best-selling author of New Adult contemporary, paranormal, and Fantasy romance novels. By day she stays at home with her daughter but each night she slips away to spin her tales and gets lost in her fantasy worlds.
As an avid reader, Elizabeth enjoys anything with a bit of romance and a paranormal twist. When she’s not writing or devouring her latest read, she can be found spending time with her family or watching movies.
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I have known about Jennifer Armentrout’s Lux series for a long time, but I’m not into YA, so I never got around to picking it up. When I learned that she had come out with a New Adult PNR, I was excited to try it, and I’m glad I did.
The book started out with some cliche elements for me – girl mourning past boyfriend, super hot stranger enters her life, Fae that prey on humans. I also found that some of the action scenes were a bit stilted – too descriptive around each specific movement of her hands and legs during a fight.
But as the story progressed I really began to enjoy the developing relationship between Ivy and Ren. Yes, he’s the typical perfect bad boy, but he grew on me, and I liked her reactions to him. When I finally learned of the past that shattered her, I felt it was traumatic enough to have warranted her actions. The book has a solid mystery about the Fae’s motives and a possible human turncoat that leaves the reader guessing. By the end, I found myself wrapped up in the story and wanting more.
Overall, it was a thoroughly enjoyable book that kept me turning the pages for more, with just enough action and steam to make things really interesting.