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by Laire McKinney
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This review was written for LibraryThing Early Reviewers.I usually don't like fantasy books but this one had great charaters and a good pace to the story. Sometimes it's difficult to learn all the things about the new fantasy world but I didn't have that issue with this book. I kept guessing what would happen and I often was surprised at what came next. 4/5 stars.
Because it turns out the Wren is really the daughter of the King of Faerie (I mean did you not see that coming?) and is the Redeemer. She helps save the cauldron, Riagen of course has realized he loves her but has a duty to stay. Solution is found and there's the neat wrap up at the end.
Not terribly difficult to follow, if you want an easy read this is it. Sex isn't anything detailed, so kind of in the old Harlequin realm.
Wren O'Hara is waiting for the day she succumbs to mental illness like her mother. When she is attacked by a psychotic client at work, and saved by what must be an angel, she fears the time for insanity has come. Little does she know, her savior is an immortal warrior druid named Riagan Tenman, and that he will challenge everything she ever thought she knew about reality.Now Wren must decide if the fantasy unfolding before her is true, or if she has finally lost her mind.
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