Seeking to save Cassie from the dark fae, Princess Alicia runs into trouble in the form of dangerous fae seers. A dragon fae, one who is different from all the rest, is sent to locate and rescue her. It's a simple mission: All Ena has to do is find the princess and return her home. But nothing is simple in the world of the fae, not when two fae kingdoms are involved. And humans. And fae seers. And all the trouble that can cause.
Fearing the loss of Alicia, Prince Deveron is ready to eliminate his own cousin for all the trouble he has caused over Alicia's best friend, Cassie - a human she grew up with. But Micala is not giving her up, even if it means taking drastic measures.
And Ena has her own troubles when this one little mission turns into a nightmare of epic proportions.
What a story!!! The exciting world of Fae is truly brought to life by author Terry Spear. This story is magical. Beautifully written, wonderful descriptive detail transports you right into the Fae realm and makes you feel you are apart of their kingdom. Loved it. A must read.
Would you consider the audio edition of Dragon Fae to be better than the print version?
I would. I've listened to this entire series in audible and I have thoroughly enjoyed each of the narrator's interpretations of the scenes and characters. I think that has added a charming element to the books.
What other book might you compare Dragon Fae to and why?
Any of Terry's World of Fae books! I adore Terry's fae! They're fun-loving and there's always some shenanigans, light drama and tomfoolery going on! Every one of the books in this series are perfect for the young and the young at heart!
Which scene was your favorite?
The surprise ending was a warm fuzzies one that left me with a huge smile and maybe a little tear of happiness. Besides that happy event which I won't elaborate further upon, my favorite scene was a gutsy self-defense move flawlessly executed by the human Cassie. Here's an excerpt from that scene:
Alicia's sweet friend, Cassie, who never thought of anyone as being a stranger, rushed up to Halloran and kneed him in the groin. The big bad dragon shifter cried out, clutched his crotch, and fell to his knees. Cassie grabbed Alicia's arm and ran with her toward the back of the keep. Alicia glanced over her shoulder and couldn't believe her human friend had dropped the dragon fae.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I could not help but laugh every time Peter Pan or Tinker Bell were mentioned in this installment. The ending left me with a huge smile and maybe a little tear of happiness.
Any additional comments?
Terry creates the most incredible flights of fantasy with her books. I don't see how she does it but she does.
DRAGON FAE was a quick, imaginative and entertaining delight. I've listened to all the previous books and loved this story. Ena's story carries forward to the next book, THE HAWK FAE, available now. Brett is featured in the following book, THE PHANTOM FAE, also available now. AND I have it on good authority that Tameron, who reminded me of a Peter Pan fae, will be getting his own story too! There's so much to look forward to in this enchanting series! Maybe Terry will add a book featuring the cobra fae in Kansas; I'd like to know why they go there and what they do for fun there!
"I guess I'll wake up tomorrow and find I'm not in Kansas anymore."
"You're from Kansas?" Most of Kansas was not a lion fae territory. She'd heard the cobra fae loved to go there, however.