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Faefever: The Fever Series

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A book by Karen Marie Moning

Urban Celtic fantasy slides down a dark, depressing slope in bestseller Moning's third Fever thriller (afterBloodfever), centered on a hunt for theSinsar Dubh, a black magic book more than a million years old. As All Hallow's Eve in Dublin approaches, … see full wiki

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Author: Karen Marie Moning
Genre: Romance
Publisher: Dell
1 review about Faefever: The Fever Series

The romance reaches a dangerous level, the Book & those who seek it are closer, & friends are harder to distinguish from foes

  • Oct 25, 2010
Rating:
+3
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy

Once again, MacKayla Lane invites us into her world of deadly and seductive fae with her conversational tone and confidant-like intimacy that will have you feeling like you're talking to your best friend while reading FAEFEVER. The romance reaches a dangerous new level, the Book and those who seek it are closer, and the friends are harder to distinguish from the foes then ever. Which means if The Fever series isn't already on your must read list, add it now!

Speaking of dangerous romance, the death-by-sex fae V'lhan gets significantly more page time in FAEFEVER when compared to the previous books and I couldn't be happier. His presence throughout is much less erotically charged, but infinitely more intimate. That's not to say he isn't still sex on a stick (how could he not be?), but with Mac at least, we get to see another side of him, a more human side that has serious possibilities.

And whereas V'lhane becomes more human in FAEFEVER, Barrons seems to lose even the small bits of humanity that he had begun to display. The moments when you think he's finally going to share something with Mac are preempted by outbursts of violence and such naked pain that they took my breath away. What is he afraid of revealing? And more importantly, what will happen when he does?

If you're new to this series, be glad you can buy DREAMFEVER (Fever #4) immediately because the cliffhanger at the end of FAEFEVER is almost painful and will drastically alter the course of the series. I, for one, can't wait. But you'll have to wait until January 18, 2011 to get your hands on the fifth Fever book, SHADOWFEVER.

Sexual Content: Several scenes of sensuality. A non graphic sex scene with a woman and several men.

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