The first time I meet Damon, he rescues me from a nightmare. Literally. I’m stuck in a coma, and my intellect is forcing me to relive the horrific accident that put me in this state over and throughout again. The gorgeous fae king is the only one who can give me peace.
As whether the dream can’t get any weirder, he tells me we’re soul mates. He says he can fix my banged-up brain. He wants to be my hero.
Little does he know, I just might end up saving him. Because once I wake up, the real challenge begins. A bunch of vengeful witches want him dead, and they’ll stop at nothing to seal his fate.
But I’ve got plans of my own. The coven has caused too much tragedy, and I’ll defend my newfound love, even if it’s the last thing I do. And it just might be, because provided Damon doesn’t survive, neither will I.
The Fae King’s Dream can be read as a standalone novel, though it’s interconnected with the other books in the Between Dawn and Nightfall series.
This book lost me. There was such potential, but no real development and growth for the leading characters. Their prompt love was very much an excuse to think all sex all the time, which might work in some cases, but this was almost like an explicit film with very little plot. The leading character cared far too little approximately the life she lost/her parents, and merely fell into the fae life entirely as whether she’d never lived a life prior. When we did get some story building and content it was good, but having sex constantly be at the forefront of the leading characters mind, with no lead up/anticipation/build up of a relationship between them was frustrating. There was specific mention of a saddle horn stimulating the heroine, which is ridiculous because even riding double you would not be against a saddle’s horn. Provided you’re looking for pure smut, I’d recommend A Lady of Rooksgrave Manor by Kathryn Moon instead (Amazon link to that here, and my review of that here).
Star rating: ✯✯✯