Life isn't easy when you bear the mark of the Silver Stag.
Caught between the worlds of Light and Dark Fae, Ember Kearney was born with the mark of the Silver Stag. Rejected by both her bloodlines, she's turned her back on her people to become a freelance investigator, hiring herself to take care of common problems like hen-stealing goblins.
When Ember's best friend asks for her help, it leads them both into a glittering world of conspiracy and danger. Angel's little brother has vanished, and Ember must race against time to save his life. But when Ember discovers what's happened to DJ, both she and Angel find themselves recruited into Herne's elite squad of bounty hunters. Now, Ember must not only face her heritage, but she's bound to preserve the balance between the Fae Courts, for if order isn't maintained, war and chaos will spill out into the mortal realm.
Reading Order of the Wild Hunt Series:
Book 1: The Silver Stag
Book 2: Oak & Thorns
Book 3: Iron Bones
Book 4: A Shadow of Crows
Book 5: The Hallowed Hunt
Book 6: The Silver Mist
Book 7: Witching Hour
Wonderful book. I could not put it down. I really Loved it. So day l will be able to afford all your BOOKS.
THANK YOU, P Monsivais
Great plot and characters, bad editing
I’m almost through this book series, it’s good, the story moves along well with character and plot arcs. I’d give this series 4 stars if it weren’t for the terrible editing for which it deserves a separate rating of 1 star. All of the below come together to shock the reader out of the story in a jarring manner at times which is unforgivable - most especially because there is good story here.
1) misspellings and mis-used words
2) too long ramblings and too much detail that have you flipping pages just to get back on track
3) cringeworthy spells recitation, that go on and on and on and bring no value to the story or action at hand.
4) misalignments where the author lost track of continuity.
I’d normally delete a book within pages of seeing this kind of editing, but I’m on book 14 - and the better this story gets the more upset I am to be jarred from immersing myself in it!
Strongly encourage the author to seek a competent editor and re-release these books as an update.
I have read a wide variety of paranormal books, but I have not read anything like this before and could not put it down!
The Wild Hunt is a gods-sponsored organization keeping the balance between the Light and Dark Fae courts (who are always at each other’s throats). While the book dragged a bit with driving directions and background information, it did not bog down the story’s momentum and did not disappoint.
It is rare that I will rate and review a book (unless it is to suggest professional editing), but felt this book deserving of praise. I definitely recommend reading this book to anyone who enjoys the paranormal with a generous helping of suspense and cannot wait to read the next in the series.