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Publisher's Summary

Jerrek Valsys was quite literally cursed. In life and in love. With no wife to see him through those long lonely nights and no way to help tame the beast that currently resides inside him, he'd spent years waiting on his mate with a glowing rock to show up. Seriously. He had. Because the prophecy told him so. But when his beast comes out and finds its mate, he may have to forget about that whole prophecy thing. Even if it means he has to give up his crown as the Fae King.  

Kaia Cutestone's life sucks. She has a job with no future and lives with her dead-beat, soul-sucking brother. The only good things in her life are her friends Jen and Avery. It's too bad the three of them have just been kidnapped with fairy dust. All Kaia has going for her at this point is that she just ran into the most gorgeous man she's ever seen.   

Thanks to her love of shifter romance novels, Kaia might be the only person on the planet who can help Jerrek tame his beast and keep him from killing more people. Kaia may not have a glowing rock but she sure is rocking an old ugly necklace. But is that enough to get her a happily ever after and help find her friends?  

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Milly Taiden (P)2020 Tantor

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Story was excellent

Like all milly taiden books I love this was no exception but would have chosen one of her previous narrators this one not well with no feeling and the scenes for female main character sounds child like overall story was excellent but not the narration I will continue to enjoy this author books but with narrator I will not listen to again

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Meh Narrator

The narrator was just meh. She read like she was bored. And on all the parts that involved singing she just read them. Not even an effort. It didn’t totally kill the story, but had me wishing for a better read through at many points in the book.

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Cringey

I really dislike a writer who tries to make their character seem random and quirky. And this writer does it in the most unrealistic ways like a character who just forgets where they are and decides to sing let it go from Frozen? Yeah there is zero way anyone does that on accident and it made me cringe so hard because it's not charming or quirky like I imagined the writer wanted it to be. The rest of the book isn't much better also the characters do not ask the right questions and worry about the wrong things and it's very annoying.

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Great!

Loved this book, it is an amazing addition to my MT collection ♡ I cant wait for book 2, already preordered 🙂

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well its not bad

it has way to much sex in it . I think it would be a dame good book with out some much sexual stuff in it .she can write a great book. but not like this.

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good

nice, easy Flow book, funny at times with not a lot of angst. not a lot of heat in the story. recommend

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  • 07-11-20

Fun Fae Story

I’ve really enjoyed the first book in this series. Although I have the ebook, I tend to listen more nowadays. This is a really easy listen which pulls you in straight away and gives you enough description of the fae world that you wish to revisit it. I’ve only given the narrator 4 stars as she does come across as narrating the narrative with no emotion, but I got used to her quite quickly as the emotions come through when the characters are talking. Her male and kids voices were brilliant. Roll on book 2!!

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  • 10-19-20

YAWNNNN

Sorry but this story is mediocre and to make it worst the narrator put me to sleep. There is no life in her narrative none whatsoever it's just droning on and on and the hero a powerful fae king was a wuss and well boring. The fmc isn't too bad she had potential but it felt short and rashed. The only reason why I gave it a 3 star is the love scenes it was pretty good. Sorry Chandra but u need to put a life on your narrative.