"If you like reading about the fae, other realms and watching two bada** chicks fight then you will love this series! - The Avid Reader
It’s good to be queen. Except when it’s a total disaster.
Syl Skye, newly crowned Queen of Fair Faerie, would be psyched to be the ruler of her Summer realm, except for two things.
First, her girlfriend Rouen Rivoche became Queen of Dark Faerie, the Winter realm. That would be great except the Winter realm’s always been at war with Summer. By tradition, that makes Rouen Syl’s mortal enemy. That said, love can break past old hatred, right? Especially with a new foe about to attack them both.
Which brings us to Syl’s second problem. Rouen’s under a dark spell and doesn’t remember Syl, their lives, their love. Worse, if Syl doesn’t break the spell by the next new moon, Rouen will forget her forever.
"Fast paced, full of action, never a moment of bore! Strongly recommended!" - Annarella, Goodreads
To defeat their foe, it’ll take two soul-bound queens whose hearts and minds act as one. Trouble is, no one has ever broken the dark spell Rouen suffers from.
Good thing Syl isn't the type of queen who gives up easily.
Don't miss Syl and Roue's adventures in REKINDLED, the new prequel novella to NEMESIS, Book 4 of the Circuit Fae
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Perfect for readers of romance, urban fantasy, fairy stories and LGBT.
1.5 Derailed – A flashback prequel to enjoy after MORIBUND
2.5 Dethroned – a prequel novella to INIMICAL
3.5 Rekindled – a prequel novella to NEMESIS (Spring 2019)
4. Nemesis (Fall 2019)
5. Eidolon (Fall 2020) – the series finale!
"Circuit Fae is a little bit Throne of Glass, a little bit Buffy, and a whole lot sexy." - Skye Allen, author of The Songbird Thief
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Witty banter and heart-melting moments, loved it!
I received a free copy of this book and opted to share a review.
The witty banter and heart-melting moments are still present, but there is a sense of urgency and underlying gravity in this plot as the two heroines are under pressure to avert disaster. Don't get me wrong, readers will still see glimpses of levity that only Eldredge can execute; however, I think the darker moments in the plot add more depth to the characters and highlight Eldredge's intuitive ability to balance seriousness with levity.
I've been curious about Syl's Glamma since the first book, even more so since the majority of the chapters are prefaced with wisdom imparted by Glamma. I was happy that she made her presence known in this book, and I am excited to see what Eldredge has in store for her in the next book. The Dark Fae youngsters make an appearance to help Syl on her quest to restore Rouen's memory and save the day, even though their assistance is punctuated by bouts of chaos and hilarity.
I expect some readers will be disappointed with the ending; however, I wasn't. Again, I think it demonstrates Eldredge's ability to convey a sense of gravity and it appeals to my cynical side that believes endings aren't always tied off in a neat, glittery, and happy bow. If you haven't started the series yet, don't start with this book because you'll be lost. If you've been following the series, I think reading Rekindled will make the next book, Nemesis, even more enjoyable.