Publisher: Entangled: Brazen

Review: Crashed Out by Tessa Bailey

Posted December 25th 2017 by The Faerie Queen in Reviews / / 0 Comments
Review: Crashed Out by Tessa Bailey

The Faerie Queen’s review Boy, was this an excellent Christmas present to warm me up on a dreary British day. To help you understand what I mean… “If I ever feel your fingers in my hair again, they’d better be pulling my face closer to whatever I’m licking.” Our hero, Sarge, has been crushing on his sister’s best friend since hormones flooded his body, and after running off to make it as a rockstar, he returns four years later to reconnect with his family…and hopefully “connect” with Jasmine. And boy, did Sarge make his intentions clear, toeing the line between too much. This is one of those cases where an alpha male acting up in a book is hot as hell but would not go down well with me in real life. “You’re so arrogant now,” she whispered on a huffed breath, unable to put the required exasperation in her […]

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Entangled’s 25 Days of Holiday Steals Begin Today!

Posted December 1st 2017 by The Faerie Queen in Sales, Teasers / / 0 Comments
Entangled’s 25 Days of Holiday Steals Begin Today!

It’s December! Can you believe it? Because we can’t. And regardless of whether you celebrate Christmas or not, Entangled is making the next 25 days extra exciting with their 25 Days of Holiday Steals! Each day, they’ll have a special deal on one of their amazing romance novels, so be sure to keep an eye on my Twitter feed for that day’s deal. To get things started, here’s today’s highlighted book… Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 240 other subscribers. Email Address

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Review: Drive Me Crazy by Tracy Wolff

Posted September 30th 2016 by The Faerie Queen in Reviews / / 0 Comments
Review: Drive Me Crazy by Tracy Wolff

The Faerie Queen’s review Drive Me Crazy started out a bit strange for me, but it quickly picked up after a few chapters. Before I get started, a few trigger warnings to mention: there is past child abuse, physical fighting and cheating in this one. At first, the interactions between Quinn and Elise felt awkward and forced, with the words claiming an intimacy and sizzle that didn’t come off the page. The author jumped right in and said that there should be something there, but we hadn’t had enough time to first get to know the characters. BUT THEN. It quickly escalated. The whole book takes place over several days, really, so it did seem a bit like insta-love, though this was tempered by the knowledge that, even though the two hadn’t seen each other for a decade, back in their teens, they had years of messing with each other – and then messing […]

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