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Fae's Captive

Series: Fae's Captive, Book 1
Length: 3 hrs and 8 mins
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Summary

My college roommate is the worst. Cecile steals my food, brings guys over at all hours, and parties instead of studying. But those quirks pale in comparison to what she does next. She drugs me, and I wake up imprisoned in an alternate universe full of terrifying creatures. Now, the biggest and scariest creature of all - a fae king - believes I'm his mate. He's freed me from the dungeon but keeps me close. So close, in fact, that I'm beginning to like his wintery gaze and ice-chiseled body. But secrets and villains lurk throughout this new world, and I don't know if I'll survive long enough to figure out how to get back home.

Author's Note: Fae's Captive is the first book in a series that will set your imagination - and other parts of you - on fire. Mind the cliff, but book two is already out.

©2019 Lily Archer (P)2019 Lily Archer

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Too short

This book ends at the start of a journey and just as the main character is under attack. I can only imagine that the next book is of her survival of the wicked creature and is then going to discovery what is hidden and end before anything is found it ends.

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  • Angela B. Chrysler
  • 28-05-19

3 hours and 8 minutes is not a book!

It took me a few hours to calm down before reviewing this. I am PISSED!

The story took right off, although, I could have lived without the first chapter, which felt rushed as if the author "had" to put something down and couldn't wait to get to the Fae world. Once we're in the Fae world, the story flew. It was engaging and action packed, and the moment the first...FIRST...rising action hit, the book...stops and we're told to go buy the rest of the book!

I am returning the book because it isn't finished! I will not be buying the remaining series. This is literally 25% of the book and I am pissed! I feel like the author is just out to make money. I feel taken advantage of and hurt.

IF I had gotten the whole book and IF the story and writing and continued like the first 3 hours, then I would have given a solid 5. It's like, if JK Rowling had ended the first Harry Potter book the moment Hagrid kicked down the door on that little stormy island! WTF!?

And...AND!!! 10 minutes of that 3 hours and 8 minutes was because one of the chapters was read TWICE and out of order! The poor editing was between Chapter 10, 11, 12 & 13!

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  • T. Lamb
  • 27-05-19

Incomplete

Spoilers: This ends in a cliffhanger.
This book is well written and engaging. The narrators are excellent. But this is not a complete book. According to Amazon, this is book one out of four. Until it is a complete book, I will be returning this and I’ll wait and hope it becomes a COMPLETE book.

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