Monday, 14 January 2013

Review: Winter Fae by Melissa Turner Lee and Pauline Creeden

Winter Fae, by Melissa Turner Lee and Pauline Creeden,is an intriguing start to what's set to be a pretty impressive fantasy series. It only took about 45 mins or so to read and every step I was engaged. Winter Fae is very much a short prequel to the series and sets up an exciting background and lays the foundations to an interesting concept and very readable characters. 

It was very enjoyable, and most definitely piqued my interest enough to read the next installment which I hope will be a full length novel. I didn’t see any real evidence of Steampunk within the novella and would describe Winter Fae as a fantasy read. Maybe this will be explored more in the follow up. 4 fae fairies. 

~The Short Story Prequel to ARMORED HEARTS (Steampunk Fantasy)~

Once upon a time, a fairy princess gave up her home, her family, and her birthright for the love of a human lord. But life outside has made her sick. When she returns to the land of fae with her son, she discovers things are not as they should be. Will she find the healing she so desperately seeks for herself and invalid son? Or will she be received with the coldness of winter?

(Includes the first chapter of ARMORED HEARTS – February 2013)

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