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Summary

What if everything you'd fought for was a lie?

Just when it seemed I'd overcome the biggest obstacles my fae mates and I could face, I find myself in the hands of their greatest enemies. Enemies who have more power than we ever imagined.

Enemies who hold so much more sway over my life than I want to believe.

I have to escape, and not just to warn the men I love and defend the home I've made with them. The longer I remain, the more these villains can use me to destroy everything I care about.

If I fail now, the entire faerie world will crumble. I don't know if I can do it alone - but where will I find an ally among the cruelest of the fae?

Lies of Murk is the seventh book in Bound to the Fae, a new paranormal romance series featuring possessive shifters, dangerous fae politics, and a wounded heroine finding her strength.

©2021 Eva Chase (P)2021 Eva Chase

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A gritty tale

This series has me wanting the next book

Talia just doesn't get a break but her unbreakable determination drags her onwards to survive some horrible times and spread her love to those around that will listen. The Rat King isn't one of them.

The underground tunnels are no place for Talia.

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Who To Trust

This book picks up exactly where the last book left off just as Talia was kidnapped and told she was being "taken to the one that made her", who knew it would be Orion, the king of the murk? He tells her that she is his greatest weapon against the Fae of The Seasons, she learns that he started using his magic on her when she was a child, he brought her to the attention of Eric, his plan was for her to infiltrate the Fae of the Seasons, he's the reason for the curse both realms suffer from as he made the curse and made her to be the cure.

Talia learns too that Orian has somehow managed to make his own Heart to feed his magic, his power is great, he's rallied an army but is it out of devotion or fear? He intends to wipe out all the Fae of the Seasons and take over both the Winter and Summer Realms from the Seelie and Unseelie. Talia must find a way to warn her mates, but will she be able to escape Orion? If she does will her mates now see her differently, will they think of her as the enemy?

Through all her time with the Murk one man appears to take an interest in her, Maddock, but is his interest genuine or just because he wants to convert her to Orian's fold? Will she be able to escape and warn her mates before the Murk strike?

The narration of the book is every bit as good as we've come to expect from the talented team of Savannah Peachwood and Ryan West.

I was given this audiobook as a gift and am voluntarily writing my review.

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  • Lisa Maher
  • 29-11-21

I need the next one ASAP!

So I am weird in that once I start a series in audio I have to finish that series in audio. This series is one of those series. I know the ebook is out and that I can read the next book at any point, but I have gotten so used to the narrators that I have to have them read it to me. This book kept me entertained on a really long car ride and I am most appreciative of that. I cannot wait to see what happens next in the series.

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  • Ravens9308
  • 25-12-21

Surprised, maybe my fav of the series!

I was nervous about starting essentially the "Murk trilogy" in this 9 book series but I didnt have anything to be worried about. I thought this book got back on track with all the action and plot progression. I thought it was fabulous and I am dying for the next book in the series to be released on audio so I can know what happens next. I was happy there wasn't a cliffhanger in this one, but I want to know how things are being set up for this big showdown/war between the Murk and the Summer and Winter fae.

In book 7 we get to learn how Talia became who she is today and get to see the perspective of the Murk, who have been deprecated throughout the series so far. They are the vermin of the fae world and treated as 2nd class citizens basically. Now they haven't helped their cause with the havoc they have been wreaking, but I can totally see why they are going after the summer and winter realms after how their people have been treated and slaughtered for year. I did like seeing a new character that I think will be part of Talia's harem. but I can't confirm until I think book 8. I liked seeing his progression, I wish we had gotten a little more POV from him, but maybe that will be in books 8 and 9, we shall see! The Murk leader is a pretty good bad guy, the author does a great job painting the picture; he exuded brutality and a selfishness for power and revenge (while treating his subjects like feral animals sometimes). That's all I will say since I don't want to give things away. I loved the ending and can't wait to see what happens next.

I really hope some of the snooty fae leaders form the 2 realms are knocked down a peg and finally realize they have to work together or they all will be eliminated. I did like the big action sequence towards the end, finally some karmic justice!

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  • trufriends
  • 10-12-21

motives

so Talia is kidnapped by the murk, she soon learns the motives of the murk that have been years in the making and what role she plays in it all.

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  • Amber Smith
  • 10-12-21

Loving this Series

This one was so good! Of course I need the next one right this very minute! I am very curious about Murdoc. I wonder how he will come into the story in the next book. I loved the narrators. They made the story come alive!

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  • Brooke
  • 08-12-21

Rats anyone?

So this book continues where it was left off and you find out who took her. Let's just say the main female finds out a lot of information in this book of a lot of questions she has about why her. Savannah and Ryan did an amazing job narrating this book.

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  • Mona Brown
  • 03-12-21

lies of murk

This book takes a definite twist that I didn't see coming at all. We learn some information about Talia's past that is quite interesting and will have to see how it all plays out with everything else that is going on.
This is action packed from beginning to end. The narrators are amazing as always and draw you.

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  • M. Edwards
  • 02-12-21

Good

Lies of the Murk is a pretty good book. In true Eva Chase fashion it picks up exactly where the last book ended and ends with a cliffhanger. In this book book we find out a lot more information about Talya and the Murk. As always the narrators do and excellent job.

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  • AlliTheBookWyrm
  • 02-12-21

Favorite series of the year!

This series has been my favorite new read of the year! I know I'll be coming back for re-reads because I always get sucked right in and don't want to leave. It's so rare for a romance series to be this long and still hold my attention so well, but there is always something new to uncover and discover in this world!

Again I'll give a 4-star to the female and 5-star to the male narrators.

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  • Cleocutie
  • 29-11-21

Good story

Talia is back. I love how as the story moves on the world it is set in gets richer and richer and we learn more of the history of the characters and the three different fae races as a whole.

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  • G C
  • 28-11-21

EXCELLENT READ!

I absolutely loved it! The narration was excellent and kept me entertained! The author did an excellent job with the character builds and plot! I look forward to reading the next book in this series! I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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