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Mobi Ô Fae Daughters of Eltera #1 ´ 348 pages Download à Danpashley Ê ❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ Fae Daughters of Eltera #1 Author Jennifer Bene – Danpashley.co.uk ACE for ASIN B015SCVAR6Chosen Cursed Enslaved Fae just wants to live day to day She doesn’t want to think about aAss and he can’t stop watching her Her bravery fascinates him inspires him Her suffering is what he deserves Yet some part of him craves craves something good But is there anything that can be done when gods have used you as pawns in their own war? Can good things come out of evil? Publisher's note Fae is the first book in the Daughters of Eltera series It contains dark themes slavery violence damaged heroes and gods and goddesses If those things don't interest you please seek another book Fae is a very uniue and original PNR storyI haven’t come across this type of story beforeFae is an awesome characterShe’s tough and brave She is extremely loyal and protectiveHer will and inner strength is strong as steelHer fierceness is shining for all to see But her vulnerability is hers aloneKiernan is fighting his inner demons and a conscience full of guilt He past weighs on his mind dailyI think the thing that keeps him grounded is his obsession with FaeWho is one of his charges he is supposed to monitorWhen circumstances bring them togethereverything is about to change for themThrilling story aboutamong other thingstrying to find redemption and if they are strong enough finding forgivenessThe plot is filled with suspensecruelty and hopeIt was a new storyline for me Never read a PNR book like this one beforeIt was really good Filled with many different characters Of which there are good and evilIf you like PNR you should really read Fae

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ACE for ASIN B015SCVAR6Chosen Cursed Enslaved Fae just wants to live day to day She doesn’t want to think about a future filled with another two thousand years of servitude She doesn’t want to think about her past or the way she failed the goddess she swore to serve forever And she really doesn’t want to think about the men and women that suffer around her every day while she can’t protect them – no matter how hard she tries She’s definitely not ready when her entire world is tur This is an amazing piece of work by this author a lot different than what I'm used to if I'm honest but not in a bad way An exciting and engaging story which for me was difficult to put down work and life became massive inconveniences during the reading of this bookKiernan is a strong powerful warrior who has such an incredible softer side to him that made it easy to fall in love with him He's the perfect blend of farmer and warrior yet the killing instinct in him is just a heartbeat away and his battle for control between his true self and his Laochran self is hardFae or Neala has to be one of my favourite warrior females She has the strength to match Kiernan an inner steel which considering everything she goes through just in the book not to mention the previous two thousand years of her existence as a daughter of Eltera is admirable Yet she is feisty she is defiant and she will stand proud in the face of death I adore female characters like herThe storyline is excellent and has dark undertones nowhere near as dark as I'd expected to be honest but it works so so well I am giving it a solid 5 and would recommend it to anyone who likes to read something a little bit otherworldlyI am so excited for the next book in the series

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Fae Daughters of Eltera #1Ned upside down and the one person she would never choose to spend a minute with shows up After millennia of suffering is it even possible to trust someone? To let herself believe that good still exists? Damned Cursed Corrupted Kiernan doesn’t know what he wants After centuries of bloodshed and war and killing – he’s waking up and if the things he dreams in his sleep were only nightmares that would be one thing but they’re all real The only light in his darkness is a girl inside a gl Fae is the first novel in the Daughters of Eltera series and thus sets the stage for both books I picked this book as the second novel of author Jennifer Bene to read having read Taken By the Enemy first I was uickly caught up in the story and this series still is one of my favorites of her writings that I have read so far It may not be some of her most popular work but I recommend it highly if you are interested in a paranormal fantasy story set in a contemporary time frameThe protagonist in Fae is a strong independent woman something that the author excels at portraying in her novels The circumstances that Fae finds herself in at the beginning of the novel are horrific and are broadly sketched in see critiue below to draw the reader into the world she lives in Often female protagonists set up in situations as described in this story are portrayed as helpless waiting to be rescued by the hero That is not the case here Fae realizes the atrociousness of the situation she and her companions are in but she does not allow herself to be victimized by it but conspires whenever and wherever possible to make things better always keeping in mind an end game strategy that she eventually hopes to be able to enact She’s not waiting to be rescued by someone else; she’s waiting for her opportunity to get out of the situation she finds herself in Not only that but she is determined to make sure the others that she is trapped with will be rescued along with her despite the fact that some have fallen into despair and have accepted their fate as unavoidable There are moments and scenes during this portion of the book that reveal Fae’s grit and determination in the face of a seemingly overwhelming situation that are so very well written and make you drawn to her so powerfully She is a fighter a warrior in ways than one as revealed and you are hard pressed not to be engaged by her When her counterpart also the love interest in the story does make his appearance it is not to rescue Fae; she already has that well in hand He only shows up to assist her and to provide a safe haven for her to plot her next moves This takes us into the mid section of the novel and here we have of the protagonists backstory revealed along with that of her love interest There are some scenes here which will make you smile with joy; how these two come together and spar off each other both verbally and physically are just wonderful to read That being said these are not your typical ‘noble’ moralistically principled characters Each of them carries their own set of flaws and bear pasts in which decisions they’ve made carry the weight of both ignobility and moral ambiguity that they each must deal with It is these issues that they struggle with that make them so much than the sum of what if they’d been written differently would be rather trope ish characters That they both come to realize these choices and how they have affected them and how they are currently impacting their lives and burgeoning relationship is one of the strengths that drives the story forward At the end the compromises that each makes and the ultimate choices on ‘where to go from here’ that they come to terms with make for a very compelling story and one that sticks with youIf there is any complaint that I would have it is what I mentioned above near the start of the review at the beginning of the novel the backstories of the main characters and the situations they have been through to get them to the starting point of the novel are not as fleshed out as I would have liked This does not diminish the novel in any way but is simply a conceit of the reader wishing for based upon having been spoiled by authors such as Jacueline Carey George RR Martin and the like While recognizing that the author may have kept some of this to a minimum so as to advance the story at a brisker pace there were things alluded to and events sketched in that cried for detail IMHO In some cases we the reader were given just a brief overview of what had transpired outside the confines of the novel only for the plot to uickly move along to other things These gaps in background knowledge are thus left to the reader to fill in which was a minor frustration in certain instances This is a very slight criticism in the overall scope of the novel and does not truly diminish the work in any meaningful way Again it is a conceit of a reader spoiled by other authors who spend greater time in their wordsmithing focusing on those details than is evident in hereA strong protagonist willful feisty but also willing to compromise when it suits a partner who neither tries to overpower the protagonist and yet still maintains an air of dominance; it all comes together in a story in which their circumstances support and help along the blossoming romance that thrives between these two Neither perfect as individuals and yet perfect for each other This is the joy that you’ll find in this novelA second book follows this one Tara and hopefully there will be future ones which will continue the stories of these characters For now enjoy Fae and the wonderful world that Ms Bene has created