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Faefever (Fever Series)

Faefever (Fever Series)

Joyce Bean,Karen Marie Moning
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4.1 of 5
Brilliance Audio; Library edition (September 16, 2008)

He calls me his Queen of the Night. I’d die for him. I’d kill for him, too. When MacKayla Lane receives a torn page from her dead sister’s journal, she is stunned by Alina’s desperate words. And now MacKayla knows that her sister’s killer is close. But evil is closer. And suddenly the sidhe-seer is on the hunt: For answers. For revenge. And for an ancient book of dark magic so evil, it corrupts anyone who touches it.

Mac’s quest for the Sinsar Dubh takes her into the mean, shape-shifting streets of Dublin, with a suspicious cop on her tail. Forced into a dangerous triangle of alliance with V’lane, an insatiable Fae prince of lethally erotic tastes, and Jericho Barrons, a man of primal desires and untold secrets, Mac is soon locked in a battle for her body, mind, and soul.

As All Hallows’ Eve approaches and the city descends into chaos, as a shocking truth about the Dark Book is uncovered, not even Mac can prevent a deadly race of immortals from shattering the walls between worlds―with devastating consequences....

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7 Reviews
  • 4.5 Stars!

    Because I couldn’t possibly write a review for each of these books individually, this is a review of the original Fever series (books 1 through 5). Not only would it be too difficult to review them on an individual basis, but it just wasn’t going to happen because I couldn’t stop long enough between books to even be bothered to write a review. I devoured these books.

    This is so not my cup of tea. I’m a traditional girl. I like believability, relatability, and normalcy. I like original and unique stories but ones that could happen in real life. Fantasy or paranormal? Usually, we don’t mesh. This series is definitely an exception.

    It did have drawbacks. It was long, at times very drawn out (mostly toward the end), and thoroughly confusing. I know it was the author’s intention to keep us guessing and on the edge of our seats, but it got to the point where I had hardly any idea what was going on and it became frustrating. There are so many different facets to this story, so many unnatural laws at play, that it’s hard to keep everything straight. The game is constantly changing, there’s so many players, and the board is unfathomably large. Every time you think you’re winning, Moning has rewritten the rules.

    But in her defense, it does keep you interested. You become desperate to know what happens. You root for good to trump evil and you rethink what it means to be either one. I was so drawn in to this story and the unforgettable, gripping characters.

    Mac and Barrons are damn near perfection. Their chemistry is like nothing I’ve ever experienced between two characters. This is the ultimate slow burn. It doesn’t get any slower and hotter than these two. Their tension is so powerful. They make you feel so much by doing and saying next to nothing. They are unforgettable.

    Take a step out of your comfort zone and read these books. You need to experience this world and these characters. Karen Marie Moning’s imagination is a work of art. I think if my brain was capable of creating a story of this magnitude, I’d go insane. It’s probably why she writes. Lucky for us.

  • I started this series because I thought it was a romance novel about fairies. The first two books had very little romance (two or three make out scenes) and lots of thrilling action. Wasn't what I expected, but very compelling and interesting story! The first two books flirted with issues of consent, sexualizing non-consentual encounters while at the same time the character was quick to cry rape over non-sexual slights. I don't mind gray areas and have no problem with darkness, but that sort of thing isn't what I'm looking for when I look for romance.
    ****** SPOILER ALERT*****************
    At the end the main character gets gang raped by 4 demons and then enslaved to her worst enemy. This is before she's even gotten with any of the guys she's interested in. I'm sure in the next books she'll get revenge and fall in love and heal but I am just so grossed out. If you're looking for a romance novel about fairies do not read this series. If you enjoy gang rape porn then this has scenes for you!

  • I think I'm finally starting to like Mac now. She's starting to grow on me. And don't even get me started about Jericho Barrons. *Fans herself to cool off.* There is something seriously addicting about that man!

    The growth of Mac in this book is noticeable and I think that's why I'm finally starting to like her. She's not the "Rainbow Girl" anymore and I love that. However, the ending of this book had me screaming. I couldn't believe what had happened to her. I was screaming at V'lane and Barrons for not being there to stop it from happening to her after the walls fell.

    Altogether, I've come to find that this series is a very addicting read. I read this book in less than 24 hours and couldn't wait to start the next one.

  • 5 Stars!

    Nobody looks good in their darkest hour. But it's those hours that make us what we are.

    I have so many feeling associated with this book. When I grabbed it at a yard sale for 25¢, along with Darkfever and Bloodfever, I had absolutely no idea what I was getting myself into. I really had no idea that this series is probably more addictive than most street drugs (or so I have heard - I have no first hand knowledge regarding the addictive quality of street drugs). Once I started the first book in the series, I couldn't stop and I felt the same when I finished this book that first time so I immediately went to purchase the next book in the series.....and it had not yet been released. Anyone starting the series now has no idea what we went through. It was horrible. This book ends in a HUGE cliffhanger and I had to WAIT months to find out what happened.

    The whole series is wonderful but this book really felt like a turning point for me. Things get a whole lot darker and Mac no longer resembles a Barbie doll in any way. Pink is no longer a part of her world and she realizes how bad things really are. She spends time with the other sidhe-seers and things go horrible wrong largely due to Rowena. She spends time with V'lane and Christian - Heck, Mac is one popular lady at this point in the book.

    Barrons is around quite as much as I would have liked in this book but that's okay. We do get to see him have a great time watching Mac run around with her MacHalo and there is that one incident with a pink frosted birthday cake. I think in this book we see a bit of jealousy or something that looks a whole lot like jealousy out of Barrons regarding the time she spends with V'lane.

    "You've mistaken me for someone else. Do not wait on me, Ms. Lane. Do not construct your world around mine. I'm not that man."

    Once again I would recommend this book to everybody. I am just amazed by the world that Karen Marie Moning has created and the characters are superb. I really think that this series should be a must read for anyone who likes to read anything that is a bit paranormal. It is just so good.