There are three rules to surviving the Fae—and I’m about to break every single one.
Rule #1. Never cross into Faerie.
When I’m chased across the enchanted border and caught by its sinister ruler of the sky, the pretty trickster with a clever tongue offers me a deal.
Rule #2: Never bargain with a Fae.
But I don’t have a choice. For thirteen days, I have to survive in his mountainous maze of crooked bridges, deceptive stairways, and devious inhabitants. Refuse, and my sisters will suffer as punishment.
Rule #3: Never fall for the enemy.
I should have known my sexy captor wouldn’t play fair. The deeper I plunge into this dangerous world of Solitary Fae, the more I’m entangled in their ruler’s seductive web of desire—and the forbidden temptations he offers.
The price of losing this wicked game is everything I love. But winning might just cost me my heart.
Step into the Dark Fables World, where defiant mortals and deceitful faeries clash. Kiss the Fae is the first book in Natalia Jaster’s romantic fantasy series, Vicious Faeries. If you like slow burns, enemies-to-lovers, angst with heart, and magical plot twists, get ready for a book hangover.
NA/new adult: sexual content and language. For mature readers 18+
My Rating: 3 Stars
There is definitely something to be said for a book that can be read quickly. When the words and the pages flow, and you find yourself flying through the plot to the end. Books like that are absolutely perfect for getting yourself out of a book slump or funk. Kiss the Fae is definitely one of those books. It isn’t too long, the plot doesn’t drag, and it is definitely a book that you can read quickly.
The book follows Lark, as she struggles with a bargain made with the intriguing and alluring Cerulean. There was definitely chemistry between the main characters, and the steam is absolutely there for anyone looking to enjoy a steamy Fae read.
I enjoyed the pacing of the book for the most part and the book definitely had me on the edge of my seat at multiple points. I thought that the world was well developed and intriguing, and the Fae were definitely of the darker variety that I tend to enjoy.
While I did enjoy the development of the plot and romance, I didn’t particularly connect with the main character, Lark. I also felt as though the writing style wasn’t really for me, and that definitely impacted my overall enjoyment of the book and rating. That being said, I do think that this would be an enjoyable read for fans of darker fantasy and stories with Fae!