In The Fey, we meet Alexandra Hargreaves, the last surviving member of the Fey Special Forces Team, as she comes to terms with her injuries and begins to deal with the loss of her team. But Alex was never supposed to survive. Her enemies torment and torture her until she’s lost almost everything important to her. Trapped in a dark, sensory deprivation room, Alex puts the pieces back together and comes out fighting. With the help of her friends, she takes a leap forward in her life.
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Released from Walter Reed Hospital, Sergeant Alexandra Hargreaves settles in her hometown of Denver, Colorado. With her family and friend close, and her enemies even closer, she strives to collect the pieces of her shattered life.
Then everything falls apart.
Haunted by the past and terrorized in the present, Alex must reach past pain, through memory and beyond the grave to find her self, and her future.
The Fey is the first book in the Fey series.
“One of the best books I have every read.” – V.A., Escondido, CA
“The Fey is a romance for people who hate romances; a thriller for people who hate thrillers. If I’d read this on a bus, I swear I’d have missed my stop.”
–J. Creasey , Denver, CO
“I love thrillers and this one ranks up there with James Patterson and Michael Palmer.”
– K. Williams, Las Vegas, NM
– S. W., Denver, CO
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Great find. Totally enjoyed the read.
It was a little disappointing. I felt like she had the tools to go on the offense. She knew where to send flowers. She could rescue 3 soldiers on a mountain in Afghanistan, but she waits for this terrorist to come and take out all that is dear to her and attempt to kill her. That made the book loose a lot of believability points. The book had a bit to much sex to be believed, too.
This book was all over the place and had way too much going on. Completely turned me off when the author doesn't even know that one boy and one girl cannot be identical twins... I know some military studs and she is way over the top of believable.