Jan 5, 2016

Enchanted Revenge

Enchanted Revenge
by Theresa Jones

BookEmpyrean Chronicles #1
Publisher: Luftmensch Press
Pub Date: September 2015
Genre: Young Adult
Format: eBook
Source: Author
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When seventeen year old Lily finds her parents brutally murdered, leaving her broken and alone, she is determined to bring justice to the fairies responsible. 

Her quest leads her to infiltrate The Empyrean, the land of the Fae where terrifying creatures lurk in every shadow. But with a political rebellion mounting, bloody battles and foreign enemies stand in her way. Alec, a mysterious fairy keeping his own secrets, gradually becomes her guide and dear friend in the unfamiliar world, and restores her faith in love.

Disturbing secrets about her parent’s true identity are revealed, causing her to be more involved with the devastating fairy war than she can afford. Her vengeful mission becomes compromised and her growing romance with Alec wavers. 

She must conquer her fear of the unknown, ignore her grief, and overcome her growing list of enemies if she is to succeed in avenging her parents’ death. Or ever make it out alive. 

Enchanted Revenge appeals to fans of Julie Kagawa and Jennifer L. Armentrout.

My Review: So there’s nothing like a murder to get you wanting revenge on the Fey. The Fey are tricky, and have many many stories linked to them. Some happy and some dark. Lily, just happened to come across some bad ones who murdered her parents.

So, Lily goes into their land. A very dangerous thing to do, accompanied by many rules you should follow if you plan to stay alive and make it back out. In all of this, Alec will be her guide. Show her how to get to places, find what she needs, talk about the Fae, and maybe restore her faith in love.
During their journey, they uncover secrets about her parents. Revealing who they really were. Now it will lead her to be deeper into this world that she planned on.

This book had a little bit of everything that I love. The story and details were done just right and I was hooked throughout the entire story. Plus this is even extra nice, since I just finished Julie Kagawa’s Iron Warrior book. So I’m glad it didn’t take long before being thrown back into the Fae world.

This is really great if you do like books by Julie and Jennifer. I can see many points where things seem similar and its just worth the read.

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