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Abbey Fergus has grown up knowing she wasn’t human, that she was Fae. The little sister of the Prince of Light and Illusion and ruler of the Felidae Clan, Abbey has spent her life living between two worlds. This has never been a problem for Abbey, she enjoys both worlds, but it hasn’t ever been easy. She’s been protected from all things Dark all of her life. As a little girl, the humans thought she was the weird girl who talked to "ghosts" in a strange language and were constantly testing her for autism. All because her Fae guards, who were under glamour, taught her to read and do math long before the rest of the children. As a teen she was still the weird girl, very smart and a bit on the shy side, but because she was a friend of Daire’s (the Fae warrior disguised as a hot football player), the humans left her alone.  

Now Abbey’s 18th birthday is approaching fast and her nice safe world has turned to chaos. She soon finds that Daire and the other Fae have been keeping a very big secret. The war between Light and Dark is still going on in full-force and The Queen of Air and Darkness is after her. So Abbey has some tough choices to make, like who to date, how to stop the Queen, and what kind of leader she wants to be, because the deadline on her choices ends with the Winter Solstice....

©2015 Elizabeth A. Lance (P)2020 Elizabeth A. Lance

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Beautiful!!!!!

I absolutely loved it! Will have a more detailed review very soon! As soon as I’ve had some time to absorb some information.

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Soul Mates Magic

This is the third book in the series but the first for me and I enjoyed listening. It almost has a forbidden love feeling to it and when you add the magical components it makes it even better. Overall it was written and narrated well.

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not for me

this one is just not for me it is targeted for (only) teens. Not really one open for all ages.

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This story has appeal for teens and tweens

Some books have easy appeal for all ages but this is not one of them. The title and the cover should have alerted me to this so I have lifted up the overall stars to 4. Adults do not for example in general want to read about someone flushing the toilet or endless selfish introspection.

Abbey MC (who we first meet as a toddler in Soul Mates: Scent) is heir to the throne of her great grandfather, Auberon, the King of Light & Illusion. She's been under the protection of Fae Warrior, Daire, since she was 2 and she inevitably has unwanted feelings for him which she handles in an awkward, self-centered and vain way. I guess as a Princess, she was expected to make a different romantic choice but then I am not clear why she was allowed to fraternize with humans and use them in an effort to experience 'normal' (whatever this is_

The characters are in general well-described and each is unique in their personalities as well as the magic they possess. There is variety and fun storytelling. I can see broad appeal in both the story and its narration for tweens and young teens though perhaps it needs to be 'cleaned up' a little for this age group (eg, remove the shower scenes and the sexual innuendos). It has a very cute HEA and overall is a light and fun ride and easy uplifting read.

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  • Willow Star Serenity
  • 03-08-21

Beautiful Story

Date Started: 3/4/21
Date Finished: 3/5/21
Rating: 4 out of 5

Book Title: Soul Mates: Magic
Author: Elizabeth A. Nance
Page Count: 178

Note: I didn’t realize it until I was about halfway through, but this is the third book in a series. As I wasn’t lost at all. I am going to say it’s safe to assume that they can be read as standalones. I always prefer to read series in order whether they need it or not though.

I signed up for a tour involving this book. It intrigued me enough to want to give it a chance. I have a thing about reading books with characters who are considered normal. Especially if they have a bit of a feisty attitude about them. I just kind of have a thing for the feisty or bratty attitudes.

I think the author did a wonderful job with the setting and the characters. All of the characters were quirky and unique., The worlds were described beautifully and with great distinction from each other. I really want to go live in the fae world if I’m being absolutely honest. Well the safe part of it anyway. I’m not really much for danger.

Abbey is what you would probably call a bull headed individual. She knows what she wants and she goes after it no matter the consequences. At first I thought she was very shy and timid. That was until I got to know her and people’s observations of her. She kind of comes off as snobby and self absorbed, but I don’t see her like that at all. I just think she doesn’t think the way that most other people think. I related to her in the fact that people have thought I was weird all of my life.

I wouldn’t say there were any plot twists in this book. At least none that I could think of. There were parts of the book that kind of came out of nowhere, but they weren’t really a big shock factor. I’m not sure if I’m describing that correctly. I mean the moments were intense, but I didn’t get overly shocked about things coming out of left field.

I would say that Daire stood out more than anybody. It seemed like he was the one that just kept getting put in the middle of all of the danger. He was also just as bull headed as Abbey. It was very obvious from the very beginning of the book that they both had feelings for each other. The two reminded me so much of Dimitri and Rose that it’s not even funny.

I think this would make a wonderful movie. I’m very bad at picking people to play other people. I’m also very underwhelmed by a lot of the picks that are chosen in adaptations, but I digress. I think this would be a very high fantasy-like movie. It would be similar to Lord of the Rings, but not as intense or long.

There were quite a few scenes that I feel like should have had more flare and drama. Something major happens. I won’t say what for obvious reasons, but it just kind of ends. It’s resolved properly. But there’s no real intensity. It leaves a lot lacking to say the least.

The ending was very beautiful. I won’t get into the details. Again, for obvious reasons. It wrapped things up beautifully. It also added to my suspicion that this is a series of stand alone novels. Either way, I would have liked to read the first two books. I’ll just have to add them to the list.

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  • blue_river @AudiobookObsession
  • 03-03-21

Soul Mates Magic

This is the third book in the series but the first for me and I enjoyed listening. It almost has a forbidden love feeling to it and when you add the magical components it makes it even better. Overall it was written and narrated well.

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  • N. Mahoney
  • 02-25-21

An enjoyable clean listen

Soul Mates, Magic was the first book that I have read in this series and it was an easy, yet exciting book with an edge of your seat plot.
I like Abbey, although she is the future queen of light and illusion, she does not rely on her warriors to be her sole protection. She is more than capable of kicking butt herself. It was interesting to see Abbey’s two sides. The teenage human and the queen in waiting.
Daire is the fae warrior who Abbey has wanted for the longest time, he is handsome, brave and everything Abbey dreams of.
While this is their story, there is a whole lot to this world, which I really enjoyed learning. The Fae world that Abbey will one day rule has some fabulous differences from our world, but has been written in such a way that it pulls you in, without overwhelming the reader / listener with world building.
Andy Garcia-Ruse did an outstanding job with the narration. There were so many characters to represent and each was done well. Given the number of different accents, and voices, this was an impressive feat.
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