Author: Skye Warren

Review & Excerpt: The Evolution of Man by Skye Warren

Posted September 26th 2018 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Excerpts, Reviews /
Review & Excerpt: The Evolution of Man by Skye Warren

The Faerie Queen’s review You can read my review for the first book, Survival of the Richest, here, but below are the main points: The complexity of the relationships between the main characters was incredible. I couldn’t untangle the love triangle. The chemistry between all three was intense. Money was a massively toxic influence in everyone’s lives. Well, dear readers, The Evolution of Man was thankfully great for all the same reasons. I really felt for Harper. In the first book, she lost her father to a sudden heart attack. In this book, she must sit back and watch as her mother succumbs to late-stage cancer, too late for treatment if her mother even wanted it. There is so much pain in this book, and really, the whole book is about her dealing with it in various ways. First and foremost, she seeks out physical distractions from the two men her in love/lust […]

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Cover Reveal: The Evolution of Man by Skye Warren

Posted August 9th 2018 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Cover Reveals /
Cover Reveal: The Evolution of Man by Skye Warren

The follow-up to Survival of the Richest is coming!!! Check out the newly revealed cover of The Evolution of Man by Skye Warren below and get your engines revving! The cover! About the book Previous books in the Survival of the Richest duet Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 410 other subscribers. Email Address

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Review & Excerpt: Survival of the Richest by Skye Warren

Posted June 15th 2018 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Excerpts, Reviews /
Review & Excerpt: Survival of the Richest by Skye Warren

The Faerie Queen’s review I hadn’t yet read a book by Skye Warren, but I’d heard of her, aware that she had written a number of series (some connected). When the opportunity arose to read the first book in a new series, I grabbed it. Especially with that blurb! What shone in this book for me were the characters and their complicated relationships that went far past the typical friend/enemy/lover labels. Harper surprised me the most with how she broke the typical “rich girl” mould. Because she wasn’t just a rich girl with an attitude. She was an artist with a complicated family who loved and hated each other all at the same time, a difficult but painfully real dynamic to understand. Money was such a toxic influence in her life. Her views on relationships and power and women in history and mythology made me think and want to learn […]

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