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Series: For Love of Fae #1
on November 3rd 2013
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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Belle Bittner was sold to the highest bidder when she was just a child, sought for the magic lying dormant in her blood. She grew up as the adopted daughter of a wealthy vampire couple, and serving the child-trafficking Org seemed her only option in life. But Belle has other plans, and she won’t let anyone get in the way of her escape, even if it means betraying those who try to help her.
Desperate to stay free of an evil vampire who means to possess her no matter what, Belle decides she can use the protection of the flirtatious faery named Roon. The two of them flee to the faery realm where Rooney believes he can better protect her. What he doesn’t know is that taking the beautiful siren through the golden door will set off a cataclysm of events that will threaten the fabric of both the human and the faery worlds.
Separating myth from fact to decipher the truth about her powers could mean the destruction of the new life Belle’s trying so hard to build.
I’ve read Bend-Bite-Shift and since then I’ve always thought Roon needed his own story. Olivia did this one perfectly and although it’s not his story alone, he will be the star for anyone who has read the previous trilogy and cried for his broken heart.
I love this world and can’t wait to read what happens next. The trilogy block style has been fun to follow, while it moves the previous trilogy forward. At the same time, you could just as easily start here as there’s enough backstory weaved in.
I’ve followed Olivia Hardin and have come to love her writing and storytelling. Now I’ll have to patiently wait for book two and catch up on her backlist. If you enjoy urban fantasy worlds with a collection of supernatural beings, magic, strong romance, and well rounded characters then you should pick up Olivia Hardin. She also writes contemporary romance.