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Someone wants me dead. Worse yet, my link to Spirit is dying. Why? Because Exos has been taken by a new enemy. Now I have to rely on my other elements to find my missing link before it’s too late. Oh, and I need a guard to protect me while I learn how to defend myself. No big deal. Master the elements, find my lost Spirit, and identify the bad guy. Yeah. Easy. Except T Someone wants me dead. Worse yet, my link to Spirit is dying. Why? Because Exos has been taken by a new enemy. Now I have to rely on my other elements to find my missing link before it’s too late. Oh, and I need a guard to protect me while I learn how to defend myself. No big deal. Master the elements, find my lost Spirit, and identify the bad guy. Yeah. Easy. Except Titus is tired of playing by the rules of others. Vox just wants to be friends. Sol is pissing everyone off. And Cyrus, well, he’s a force of nature and very much in charge. I’d better solve this puzzle quickly before my heart starts making choices on my behalf. Because all these fae are beautiful, cunning, and perfect in their own ways. But how can I feel complete without my Spirit? The hunt is on, and whoever is out to hurt me and mine will pay. Note: This is a medium burn reverse harem paranormal romance, and book two of the Elemental Fae Academy trilogy.


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Someone wants me dead. Worse yet, my link to Spirit is dying. Why? Because Exos has been taken by a new enemy. Now I have to rely on my other elements to find my missing link before it’s too late. Oh, and I need a guard to protect me while I learn how to defend myself. No big deal. Master the elements, find my lost Spirit, and identify the bad guy. Yeah. Easy. Except T Someone wants me dead. Worse yet, my link to Spirit is dying. Why? Because Exos has been taken by a new enemy. Now I have to rely on my other elements to find my missing link before it’s too late. Oh, and I need a guard to protect me while I learn how to defend myself. No big deal. Master the elements, find my lost Spirit, and identify the bad guy. Yeah. Easy. Except Titus is tired of playing by the rules of others. Vox just wants to be friends. Sol is pissing everyone off. And Cyrus, well, he’s a force of nature and very much in charge. I’d better solve this puzzle quickly before my heart starts making choices on my behalf. Because all these fae are beautiful, cunning, and perfect in their own ways. But how can I feel complete without my Spirit? The hunt is on, and whoever is out to hurt me and mine will pay. Note: This is a medium burn reverse harem paranormal romance, and book two of the Elemental Fae Academy trilogy.

30 review for Elemental Fae Academy: Book Two

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bex (Beckie Bookworm)

    So this starts off right where we left things hanging in the previous book with Exos Kidnapped by persons unknown and a new player his brother Cyrus the reigning king coming into play on the chessboard and almost from the onset Cyrus manages to behave like a complete jackass totally and intentionally rubbing Clare and her new posse up the wrong way. So everyone here gets there chance to shine and take a hold of the reins regarding the progressing narrative. Six differing POV's: it shouldn't work b So this starts off right where we left things hanging in the previous book with Exos Kidnapped by persons unknown and a new player his brother Cyrus the reigning king coming into play on the chessboard and almost from the onset Cyrus manages to behave like a complete jackass totally and intentionally rubbing Clare and her new posse up the wrong way. So everyone here gets there chance to shine and take a hold of the reins regarding the progressing narrative. Six differing POV's: it shouldn't work but it did magnificently and I loved how it enabled us to understand and as a result become closer to each individual character. Every one of Clares mates brought something she needed to the table and all had there own particular strengths and individual personalities. All of the elements are now in place even if some mates are still somewhat resistant we are now playing with a full-stack. We have the missing Exos for Spirit, Cyrus is Water, Titus Fire, Vox is Air and finally, Sol is Earth. I also really adored how each mate had there own pet-name for claire made it easier to set them apart in my head as well as being super sexy, Also, Cyrus himself did grow on me as he does redeem himself eventually. The temperature dial most certainly got turned up a notch here and I found myself seriously over-heating at times. This also didn't end on a major cliffhanger which was fab more like a reveal though I do want book three like right now as I am really looking forward to the concluding piece of this delicious puzzle. This one is book two out of three and does need to be read in order. Highly recommend this series especially if you're partial to more slow-burn reverse harem this one is really well done. The authors themselves have done a fantastic job and this series gets my seal of approval. I voluntary reviewed a copy of Elemental Fae Academy: Book Two (Elemental Fae Academy #2). Reviewed By Beckie Bookworm https://www.facebook.com/beckiebookworm/ www.beckiebookworm.com

  2. 5 out of 5

    Princess J. Antoinette

    Wow, I'm really enjoying this book series so far... I can't wait for book 3... I'm kinda impressed Lexi... good job girl! Overall rating: 4* ~ A Good Read Wow, I'm really enjoying this book series so far... I can't wait for book 3... I'm kinda impressed Lexi... good job girl! Overall rating: 4* ~ A Good Read

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jenni Bishop

    Elemental Fae Academy: Book Two: A Reverse Harem Paranormal Romance by Lexi C. Foss & J.R. Thorn is a fabulous addition to this series and it certainly turns up the heat and steam. I could not wait for this book as these sneaky I am in love with the characters, who have captivated me, and the world these great authors have created. The creativity and uniqueness of the magnificent writing draws you in to a place that you can easily imagine due to its richness and vividness. These pairing of these Elemental Fae Academy: Book Two: A Reverse Harem Paranormal Romance by Lexi C. Foss & J.R. Thorn is a fabulous addition to this series and it certainly turns up the heat and steam. I could not wait for this book as these sneaky I am in love with the characters, who have captivated me, and the world these great authors have created. The creativity and uniqueness of the magnificent writing draws you in to a place that you can easily imagine due to its richness and vividness. These pairing of these two authors is brilliant. They have certainly raised the stakes in this book which had me glued to my seat and turning page after page until there was nothing left to read. Wow what a journey. With action and danger abound, mystery and drama ripe, passion and romance a plenty there is something for everyone and did I mention the magic and hot men. Exos has been kidnapped and Claire is at a loss without her Spirit half and is ready to kick some a*se to find him. She is still trying to find her way in this new world and now she must fight for her life as well. But who is the enemy? If you don’t grab a copy of this series you are certainly missing out. I need the next book asap. Don’t make me wait!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Treena

    3.5 to 4 Stars Okay, Wow. Cyrus is hot too! Onto book 3!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn Ford

    Cirus is a real royal prick, but he is definitely right that Titus and Excose have been coddling Claire too much. His methods may be harsh but they cause Claire to grow a backbone and actually turn into a character I can get behind. Vox and Sol are both interesting characters and I like their story arcs. Definitely crushing on Cirus now. ;) Another good ending. I look forward to the final book in the series. The authors were so lazy they didn't bother naming the individual books in the series, jus Cirus is a real royal prick, but he is definitely right that Titus and Excose have been coddling Claire too much. His methods may be harsh but they cause Claire to grow a backbone and actually turn into a character I can get behind. Vox and Sol are both interesting characters and I like their story arcs. Definitely crushing on Cirus now. ;) Another good ending. I look forward to the final book in the series. The authors were so lazy they didn't bother naming the individual books in the series, just book 1, book2 and book 3... what a weird thing to have done.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    5 Stars Elemental Fae Academy: Book Two is the second spellbinding instalment in the Elemental Fae Academy Trilogy by Lexi C. Foss and J.R Thorn. I am really loving this series, it has completely captivated me and had me glued to the pages, while I devoured my way through the story just so I could discover what happens next. This book continues the storyline from the first book- and it picks up right where we left off in book one. So, if you haven’t read the first book, I highly recommend that yo 5 Stars Elemental Fae Academy: Book Two is the second spellbinding instalment in the Elemental Fae Academy Trilogy by Lexi C. Foss and J.R Thorn. I am really loving this series, it has completely captivated me and had me glued to the pages, while I devoured my way through the story just so I could discover what happens next. This book continues the storyline from the first book- and it picks up right where we left off in book one. So, if you haven’t read the first book, I highly recommend that you do- because this is not a standalone and should be read as part of the series. There is important background, storyline, and character information contained in the first book which you will need to know in order to fully appreciate and enjoy this story. After the way the previous book finished, and the fact that I LOVED it so much- I really had high expectations for this story. So I can’t be more excited, now that I’ve finished it, by what these two talented authors created and the incredible ‘adventure’ they’re taking us on. There is so much going for this book/series. I really am at a loss for words to do it the justice I think it deserves. As with the first book, this is a wonderful fantasy with a reverse harem/PNR romance. There’s plenty of action, drama, danger, hidden agendas, tension, mystery, politics, power-plays, battles, romance, passion, and so much more. And this story is definitely quite a bit sexier and steamier than the first. Claire had only begun to wrap her mind around the events which unfolded in the previous book (I know I am being a little vague- but I don’t want to spoil it for anyone who hasn’t read the story yet) while also getting a grip on her ‘powers’, when she is flung into another crisis. Someone seems to be targeting her, and is willing to go to any lengths to get to her. When her spirit connection goes missing, Claire is desperate to be reunited with it- and time is running out. If she doesn’t find it, the connection will be severed- permanently. She and her sexy Fae will all need to work together to figure everything out before it’s too late. Easy right-um, not so much? I absolutely cannot wait for book three!!!! I need it like yesterday!!!! November can’t come quick enough. LOVE LOVE LOVE!!! Definitely one of my favourite reads for this year! Thank you, Lexi C. Foss & J.R Thorn!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Heather andrews

    Vox is learning all sorts of new things, "bacon came from pigs. Pigs. Eff. That. Why would anyone want to eat a pig?" Titus is just really good to his girl, he lets her be her ownself, “don’t need my permission, sweetheart.” He stretched, making a show of putting his arm around her shoulder. “I’ll go shower before dinner and leave you all to it.” The more we get into this series the more I'm loving it! Vox is learning all sorts of new things, "bacon came from pigs. Pigs. Eff. That. Why would anyone want to eat a pig?" Titus is just really good to his girl, he lets her be her ownself, “don’t need my permission, sweetheart.” He stretched, making a show of putting his arm around her shoulder. “I’ll go shower before dinner and leave you all to it.” The more we get into this series the more I'm loving it!

  8. 5 out of 5

    TheDailyKaylee

    Eh, still iffy -Book 2 of 3, completed trilogy -RH -fae (supernatural) -No M/M so far, unfortunately -steamy bedroom scenes Like I said on my review of the first book, the verdict is still out on this trilogy. I just don’t know how I feel about it. While it’s keeping me interested enough to keep reading, and it’s pretty hot, it doesn’t feel like a whole lot is happening. It feels as if there is a whole lot of “telling” rather than “showing”. We’re told that Claire is harnessing her power and she’s Eh, still iffy -Book 2 of 3, completed trilogy -RH -fae (supernatural) -No M/M so far, unfortunately -steamy bedroom scenes Like I said on my review of the first book, the verdict is still out on this trilogy. I just don’t know how I feel about it. While it’s keeping me interested enough to keep reading, and it’s pretty hot, it doesn’t feel like a whole lot is happening. It feels as if there is a whole lot of “telling” rather than “showing”. We’re told that Claire is harnessing her power and she’s gaining control and of course she’s apparently going to be the strongest of all fae, that’s all fine and dandy, but I want to actually see her do something. I want to see her kick some ass. Hopefully we get that in the next book. This book was mostly just trying to find one of her missing mates while going about every day life and working with her guardians. Honestly, the whole thing with her missing mate was a little weird. He’s legit missing, and at one point she thinks he’s dead, but yet she’s immediately hooking up with her one of her other mates. I guess I have no right to say how someone deals with their worry, but it honestly felt like the missing mate was just an after thought a bit of the time. They definitely spend time trying to find him, but idk, it just felt like sometimes it wasn’t a big priority. Also, 3 out of the 5 mate bonds were forced, brought about during a time of desperation to save a life. Yes, she thought they were attractive, and they were helping her with her magic, but I just didn’t see the relationship building between them. And one of the mates was actually pissed about the forced bond, but yet they all accept it because were told “you can’t form a bond with someone who isn’t willing”. Idk, the building of the harem just didn’t flow well. While a lot of this book felt like filler, I wish there was more on the relationship building. Again, this is all personal preference, so take it with a grain of salt. Especially because I apparently like it enough to continue reading the trilogy even if I’m not feeling like it’s a 5 star read. Off to the final book I go, here’s to hoping we go out with a bang

  9. 5 out of 5

    Andy

    I received a free audiobook from the author in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. I might have accidentally binged this whole book last night. But damn this series is so good. It's also hella fun and I cannot wait to read the next one! In Book 2, we see Claire's group expand to the full five. Cyrus, Sol and Vox make up the other half of her circle. And while Sol and Vox and begrudging additions in the beginning, the capture of Exos leaves Claire at risk and she needs to maste I received a free audiobook from the author in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. I might have accidentally binged this whole book last night. But damn this series is so good. It's also hella fun and I cannot wait to read the next one! In Book 2, we see Claire's group expand to the full five. Cyrus, Sol and Vox make up the other half of her circle. And while Sol and Vox and begrudging additions in the beginning, the capture of Exos leaves Claire at risk and she needs to master her elements before it's too late. Cyrus was an asshole at first but somehow I ended up loving him. ugh. He was actually worse than Exos at first, but Claire proves them both wrong by showing them how strong she is. I love this girl so much. Her powers are incredible and I love seeing her master them. Every time Claire cooked human food for the fae males, I died laughing. All those cooking scenes were my favorite. I really hope Claire goes to the Academy Ball with Sol and wears jeans. Eff traditions lmao. I loved that we finally learned some more about Claire's mom and what exactly happened all those years ago. There's some suspicious stuff going on with the council members though and I'm sure who to trust. I like that we get all the POVs in this story. Multi-POV is my favorite, plus it felt like we got to know more about each of the guys this way. I hope we get more of Sol's backstory in the next one and that Claire can help heal some of those scars. The one thing that was kind of sketchy: (view spoiler)[ Claire and Cyrus complete the mating bond, but Claire was completely unconscious while it happens. This is bad. like.... Consent!!! Always get consent! But the thing that really made me tick my eyebrow was the fact that after the mating ceremony (wedding basically), Claire doesn't even bat an eye at it. I feel like she should've at least punched/yelled at Cyrus for that and then maybe they could've had an actual conversation about consent here and worked out why there were extenuating circumstances. (hide spoiler)]

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rosa Sorrento

    So I guess everyone is really loving this series? I did find this book (the second in the series) a little better than the first. There was more at stake in the plot, and the characters felt more fleshed out. I wanted to keep reading, and I finished it within a couple of days. But... It still just feels very cliched! Maybe that's a personal preference and I just need to move on from the 'fantasy academy' genre, but I do think the elemental fae world has potential, and could be something great. I So I guess everyone is really loving this series? I did find this book (the second in the series) a little better than the first. There was more at stake in the plot, and the characters felt more fleshed out. I wanted to keep reading, and I finished it within a couple of days. But... It still just feels very cliched! Maybe that's a personal preference and I just need to move on from the 'fantasy academy' genre, but I do think the elemental fae world has potential, and could be something great. I normally don't mind 'mated' romances, but I really struggled with the expectation that I was supposed to be on-board with other people deciding for Claire who she could mate, and that she could 'love' them with almost no interaction beyond introductory conversations. Perhaps trying to establish a convincing 6 person mate circle is too much for a 3 book series? I'm also not sure how I feel about Cyrus performing the mating ceremony with Claire whilst she is unconscious - yes her life supposedly depends on it (convenient right?), but is that a message we want out in the world? That consent isn't necessary, when the person isn't conscious. I know that there are some extenuating circumstances that the book tries to sell us on - I'm just not buying it. The only thing stopping me from giving this 1 star, is that I genuinely want to know what happens in the final book. My hope is that Claire comes in her own, masters her abilities and becomes a total badass! Fingers crossed! xoxo

  11. 5 out of 5

    ⇝ b ⇝

    This wasn't as exciting as book one. It's also moving way too fast. It's as if we're forced to believe Claire is in love with all her 'mates' even if we really got to know them this book. Also, Claire's been extra whiny in this book and it's quite annoying. This wasn't as exciting as book one. It's also moving way too fast. It's as if we're forced to believe Claire is in love with all her 'mates' even if we really got to know them this book. Also, Claire's been extra whiny in this book and it's quite annoying.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    I thought I loved book one in the Elemental Fae Academy series but book two just up the stakes. So much happened, kidnappings, fighting, mates, attacks, the past reveal, shocking plot twists and so much more, I loved every single second of Elemental Fae Academy Book Two. While Claire is still trying to get used to the fae world, her elemental powers and getting her mates on board, the evil that has dogged Claire since she arrived in the fae world has just gotten started. I love seeing the interac I thought I loved book one in the Elemental Fae Academy series but book two just up the stakes. So much happened, kidnappings, fighting, mates, attacks, the past reveal, shocking plot twists and so much more, I loved every single second of Elemental Fae Academy Book Two. While Claire is still trying to get used to the fae world, her elemental powers and getting her mates on board, the evil that has dogged Claire since she arrived in the fae world has just gotten started. I love seeing the interaction between Claire and the guys, Titus is my favorite, he is all fiery passion and has been devoted to Claire since the beginning while the other kinda dragged their feet. It's actually kinda funny how everyone had comments about the "halfling/human" but once they meet her, Claire has them. It's so funny how they change their tune, I mean just stop fighting it dude. In this book, Vox was the most annoying out of the group and with Cyrus making his appearance that is a tall order. Vox was whiny about the situation with Claire but he is the one who created the situation and now he is upset by it, dude get a handle on yourself. Cyrus was the complete ass I thought he might be but he has a softer side I like, he took a minute to grow on me. The plot was amazing, Claire is steadily growing into her power and starting to take some control in her life but this evil entity has thrown a lot her way. I would swear I knew who was behind everything but now I'm second-guessing. It looks like the person I thought was behind everything is but I swear they are up to something. There have been at least three incidences were different characters noticed something about the character and just shrugged it off plus I just got a bad feeling, they may or may not be connected but they are giving off a weird vibe and I can't wait until that is resolved. Pro: Multiple POVs Mates Elemental Magic Mystery Good Plot Twist Good World Building Con: Nothing There is only one more full-length book left in the series, plus a few novella's and while I am ready to find out what happens next I am not ready to say goodbye. I rarely binge read a series that has only been two others and this series is the third and I will admit that I am very anxious to find out who is behind the attacks on Claire and will she and her guys come out on top.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Megan (BookWifeReviews)

    I loved this book so much! It starts off where the last book left off, Exos has been kidnapped and we have no idea who took him. Clare thinks her bond with him is broken until Cyrus, Exos' brother, finds her and trains her in her abilities. This book is full of sexual tension and very hot sexual encounters. I loved Clare so much more in this book. She is coming more into herself.. more into her fae personality and I think she is a much stronger character for it. I also really loved seeing how th I loved this book so much! It starts off where the last book left off, Exos has been kidnapped and we have no idea who took him. Clare thinks her bond with him is broken until Cyrus, Exos' brother, finds her and trains her in her abilities. This book is full of sexual tension and very hot sexual encounters. I loved Clare so much more in this book. She is coming more into herself.. more into her fae personality and I think she is a much stronger character for it. I also really loved seeing how the relationships played out. We get to know everyone alot better here and see how they interact with Clare. I can't wait to see how this series ends! #audiobookobsessionreviewer

  14. 5 out of 5

    Julia Red Hatter Book Blog

    Oh my word. The web thickens with more and more revelations. Exos is missing and Claire is a wreck. With Cyrus, Titus, Vox, and Sol along for the ride Claire vows to find her spirit mate. Claire has grown so much in one book. I'm excited and scared for what comes next for her. Cyrus, the little asshole, is yummy. He's forced to do something he didn't think would ever happen and when it does? It's glorious. Vox is fighting his feelings and feeling a bit left out. Claire forces those feelings from Oh my word. The web thickens with more and more revelations. Exos is missing and Claire is a wreck. With Cyrus, Titus, Vox, and Sol along for the ride Claire vows to find her spirit mate. Claire has grown so much in one book. I'm excited and scared for what comes next for her. Cyrus, the little asshole, is yummy. He's forced to do something he didn't think would ever happen and when it does? It's glorious. Vox is fighting his feelings and feeling a bit left out. Claire forces those feelings from his mind though. Titus is protective and sexy as ever. Now my two favorites, Exos and Sol. I can't wait to find out Sol's backstory. He intrigued me from the beginning and now I'm even more in love with him. Exos tried his absolute hardest to fight the one who took him. He truly broke my heart with the love he held for Claire. Once again I was swept away by the writing, I honestly didn't want the book to end. I'm so excited for the next installment. Some huge shit has gone down and I need MORE!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Madilynn Dale

    Elemental Fae Academy (Elemental Fae Academy Book 2) by Lexi C. Foss & J.R. Thorn 5-Stars Elemental Fae Academy (Elemental Fae Academy Book 2) by Lexi C. Foss & J.R. Thorn was just as exciting as. The first book! I loved that her other mates were finally brought into the picture with this book. Exos is locked away for most of this book which made his brother have to step in to continue with Claire’s training. I was amazed how quickly things escalated in book two. The ending had a huge shock for m Elemental Fae Academy (Elemental Fae Academy Book 2) by Lexi C. Foss & J.R. Thorn 5-Stars Elemental Fae Academy (Elemental Fae Academy Book 2) by Lexi C. Foss & J.R. Thorn was just as exciting as. The first book! I loved that her other mates were finally brought into the picture with this book. Exos is locked away for most of this book which made his brother have to step in to continue with Claire’s training. I was amazed how quickly things escalated in book two. The ending had a huge shock for me. I loved it! As with the first book in this series, I really enjoyed the development of each character. Each was unique in his and her own way. I loved the different connections each Fae male had with Claire. I also loved the magical scenery in this novel which seemed to play up the abilities of the Fae. This was an excellent novel and great addition to its series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Louise

    Okay, I just have three things to point out. 1) I am in LOVE with this series. The whole Fae thing is really pleasing me and I’m not that big a fan of Fae stories. 2) The world building of this book is mind-blowing, like other world (forgive the pun) mind-blowing. 3) I NEED the third instalment like yesterday. I could go on and on about how much i am in love with this world, this story and these authors. I won’t because I’d rather get to the point with just a few words. It is amazing! Don’t just take Okay, I just have three things to point out. 1) I am in LOVE with this series. The whole Fae thing is really pleasing me and I’m not that big a fan of Fae stories. 2) The world building of this book is mind-blowing, like other world (forgive the pun) mind-blowing. 3) I NEED the third instalment like yesterday. I could go on and on about how much i am in love with this world, this story and these authors. I won’t because I’d rather get to the point with just a few words. It is amazing! Don’t just take my word for it; start the series! You won’t regret it. Except maybe the waiting for the third instalment bit but I’ve a feeling it will be well worth the wait.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jean Bachen

    I have never wanted to be a character in a book as much as I want to be Claire in this book. I mean, sure, her life is dangerous and she has been thrust into the world of the fae without much understanding of how it works, but she has five (yes, five) hot men protecting her and taking care of her every whim. It's amazing how the authors have brought these five men to life - all of them with their own quirks, personality flaws, and blazing hotness. I also love the immersion I felt into this new w I have never wanted to be a character in a book as much as I want to be Claire in this book. I mean, sure, her life is dangerous and she has been thrust into the world of the fae without much understanding of how it works, but she has five (yes, five) hot men protecting her and taking care of her every whim. It's amazing how the authors have brought these five men to life - all of them with their own quirks, personality flaws, and blazing hotness. I also love the immersion I felt into this new world that Claire is exploring. Grab this one today, and you will not regret it!!!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    Elemental Fae Academy: Book 2 (Elemental Fae Academy #2) by Lexie Foss was a fun read. After being left hanging in book one I was happy to finally get to read this one. I wasn’t disappointed. This isn’t a standalone book so make sure you read book 1 first. I love all the passion and roller coaster ride you are on while reading this. So many things going on to keep you Into the book. Overall I enjoyed it and look forward to other books by Lexie Foss. 4 star rating.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Becca (The Troubles and Woes of a Bookworm)

    Some things felt a bit rushed, but I did have an anxiety attack today (thanks Centrelink) and I had the last three sips of wine so the rushing could be attributed to either of those or just me rushing through reading. Whatever the cause it was still good!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kennedy Mitchell

    Another great book in this series. Can't wait for book 3~ Another great book in this series. Can't wait for book 3~

  21. 5 out of 5

    ImmediatelyStartsAnother

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Pros: The characters all have distinct personalities. The writing makes me want to keep reading. The magic each fae can do is intriguing. Cyrus. Always love to have a love interest you hate first. Need to have someone pushing buttons. Cons: I barely felt the connection between Claire and vox and sol. The whole month they knew each other and lived together was skipped over, where it seems like they didn’t interact much except for training/cooking. Then suddenly she is forcefully bonded to them and doe Pros: The characters all have distinct personalities. The writing makes me want to keep reading. The magic each fae can do is intriguing. Cyrus. Always love to have a love interest you hate first. Need to have someone pushing buttons. Cons: I barely felt the connection between Claire and vox and sol. The whole month they knew each other and lived together was skipped over, where it seems like they didn’t interact much except for training/cooking. Then suddenly she is forcefully bonded to them and doesn’t care, and the one that does care has all reservations solved with sex. I just feel cheated since we missed the getting to know you stage and jumped straight to sex and now everything’s cool and they’re all on board and permanently committed. Cyrus. While I don’t mind that he is rude, antagonistic, and insensitive, I hate that it’s never addressed by Claire. I also don’t even mind the forced mating, because I was looking forward to seeing really strong moments between the two of them where they reconcile that and figure out how to move forward. But then she wakes up, they have a lot of sex, and everything is cool. They never talk about it. She just immediately accepts the bond and doesn’t even question it, even though she was mad about their initial kiss. I think her “fae side” coming out is a cop out and a weak way to explain their suddenly solid bond, even though the past month had him ridiculing her. Honestly, the way the relationships developed made me so mad, because I JUST didn’t see it. I just couldn’t feel that they had feelings for each other (except Titus and Exos) and that they were comfortable together. Honestly, it seems like sex fixed it all, and this totally had the potential to create real, meaningful relationships without sex as a cure. This being said, the author clearly made me invested enough in the characters to be upset about it at all.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Latasha Grooms

    Nice build-up and continuation This was a good second book in the series!! I like the addition of the other mates even Cyrus (who can be a major asshat!) with his tough love (yet needed) act towards Claire but could do without the Condescension he shows towards Titus and Vox/Sol (& claire). I will admit Claire frustrated me when Cyrus first showed up (yes he wasn't exactly easygoing or nice and she was all emotional over the loss and stuff) in that she didn't even try to listen to him when he wa Nice build-up and continuation This was a good second book in the series!! I like the addition of the other mates even Cyrus (who can be a major asshat!) with his tough love (yet needed) act towards Claire but could do without the Condescension he shows towards Titus and Vox/Sol (& claire). I will admit Claire frustrated me when Cyrus first showed up (yes he wasn't exactly easygoing or nice and she was all emotional over the loss and stuff) in that she didn't even try to listen to him when he was telling her about the bond to Exos! When someone with more knowledge and experience tries to tell you something at least listen to them even if just to prove them wrong, I'm also a lil sad Titus didn't know to tell her that as well. It was nice to see Claire be vindicated of the crimes she didn't commit and start earning the grudging respect of the other Fae! Their thoughts on human food (omelet) are hilarious and No troll fat is Not bacon!!! (Sad I didn't get to see Claire react to that!! Lol😂) I liked learning about new people and Fae kingdoms when Cyrus took Claire to both the Spirit and Water kingdoms and Sol giving her more info on the past and how/why things are as they are!! I'm looking forward to learning more about Vox and Sol! There were THREE times in this book where the males felt an element in a power they shouldn't have, and yet it hasn't been mentioned to any other characters yet! Especially when they are looking for another powerful suspect behind all the drama, what gives?!! The ending was a twist and I'm looking forward to seeing what it really means and how it will all play out!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Shayla

    Filler book.. This book was just as good as the first, except for the fact that it almost felt a bit like filler. This book was more focused on Claire and getting her other mates, when I think it should have been focused on finding Exos. *spoilers below* In fact, I found the entire premise of it lackluster. Claire spent the entire book messing around, and even when she was looking for Exos in the last few chapters, she still stopped, even though their bond was dying, to make out with Sol and Vox. Filler book.. This book was just as good as the first, except for the fact that it almost felt a bit like filler. This book was more focused on Claire and getting her other mates, when I think it should have been focused on finding Exos. *spoilers below* In fact, I found the entire premise of it lackluster. Claire spent the entire book messing around, and even when she was looking for Exos in the last few chapters, she still stopped, even though their bond was dying, to make out with Sol and Vox. It made the entire scenario of Exos being gone seem like nothing more than filler to add depth to the plot. The ending wasn’t as big of a surprise as it should have been. Elana’s mention that Ophelia’s body hadn’t been found gave it away the moment the words left her mouth. I think the author could have given more subtle hints, or none at all, to really get the impact of Ophelia being alive like it should have had. I’d also like to say, I’m still not sold on the entire idea of it being that simple either. My previous assumption from book one of who I think the real villain is still stands. And sadly, it’s starting to look like I was right. If that is the case, then I still stand by my critique that I think the author gave too much away in the first chapters of the first book. If I turn out to be horribly wrong, I’ll fix this review. Until then, I look forward to the next book in the series as the writing is still really well done and I do love this world and these characters.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany

    ***Spoilers*** I enjoyed this book but I think a little less than the first one because of her relationship with Vox and Sol. I did like that we got to really get to know Cyrus since, at this point, he hadn't been seen before and needed the most exposition. Though, I wish we had gotten more read time with Vox and Sol. I kind of feel hesitant about Vox and Claire's relationship. It just feels forced. Sol is a sweetheart but he is a little lost, a little too lost. It kind of sucks that he "needs" C ***Spoilers*** I enjoyed this book but I think a little less than the first one because of her relationship with Vox and Sol. I did like that we got to really get to know Cyrus since, at this point, he hadn't been seen before and needed the most exposition. Though, I wish we had gotten more read time with Vox and Sol. I kind of feel hesitant about Vox and Claire's relationship. It just feels forced. Sol is a sweetheart but he is a little lost, a little too lost. It kind of sucks that he "needs" Claire to feel whole. I wish that we had gotten more build-up to their relationship. I kind of feel like Titus was put on the backburner and tossed aside. On the plus side, even though Exos was gone, he was so central to Claire's journey in this book that it didn't feel like he was gone at all. I am glad that there wasn't an easy cop-out of getting Exos out because if that had happened, I don't think I would like Cyrus. I appreciate that Cyrus pushed Claire in a way that the other men did not. I am interested to see how this series closes.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Azeeza

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I liked this book; the world is rich in context and skilfully constructed. However, what I couldn't stand was the fact that one of her mates sexually assaulted her and then to save her life completed their bond without consent. Once all said and done she was like "Oh Well..." Cyrus was never called on any of his bullshit, totally reinforcing his premise that she is soft and weak. That is unbecoming of a powerful MC like Claire. It really irritated me that he constantly spoke over her and then th I liked this book; the world is rich in context and skilfully constructed. However, what I couldn't stand was the fact that one of her mates sexually assaulted her and then to save her life completed their bond without consent. Once all said and done she was like "Oh Well..." Cyrus was never called on any of his bullshit, totally reinforcing his premise that she is soft and weak. That is unbecoming of a powerful MC like Claire. It really irritated me that he constantly spoke over her and then they would just move on to the next thing. I mean they all knew she was duel natured, and instead of treating her human part with as much regard as her Fae side they're all like... "Her fae side should take over" totally disregarding the fact that she is essentially part Human. She even gets the pointy ears, making her just like everyone else. As if being part human is something she should be ashamed of.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Garner

    I tore through this book like it was sitting still. Read it in one afternoon. In this book, the 2nd of the trilogy we start to see more mystery happening, deepening relationships between characters, and we also get to know ALL Claire's bond mates. It's a great story that has a lot of depth to it. This book is not based off of sexy times alone, matter of fact, the sex is not featured heavily at all, I would say it's a medium burn. When the sex happens, it's part of the story, not the other way aro I tore through this book like it was sitting still. Read it in one afternoon. In this book, the 2nd of the trilogy we start to see more mystery happening, deepening relationships between characters, and we also get to know ALL Claire's bond mates. It's a great story that has a lot of depth to it. This book is not based off of sexy times alone, matter of fact, the sex is not featured heavily at all, I would say it's a medium burn. When the sex happens, it's part of the story, not the other way around. The story line sets up for a great big issue in the third and final book of the trilogy and I cannot wait to delve into it. We get more character develop, more everything, there are layers to all the characters personalities that I feel shows growth in the series. As with the first one if you like paranormal rh, this is a sure fire read. told in multiple pov.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    Book two is an excellent continuation of the first installment. It literally picked up where the first book left off, Exos kidnapped by an unknown player. Clare is dealing with the uncertainty of her abilities, and yet still determined to find Exos. The storyline is wonderfully written and is told from various points of view. Overall it's entertaining, witty with loads of mystery, drama, and steam. The character development is fabulous, and I loved the dynamics and dialogue. Sarah Puckett did an Book two is an excellent continuation of the first installment. It literally picked up where the first book left off, Exos kidnapped by an unknown player. Clare is dealing with the uncertainty of her abilities, and yet still determined to find Exos. The storyline is wonderfully written and is told from various points of view. Overall it's entertaining, witty with loads of mystery, drama, and steam. The character development is fabulous, and I loved the dynamics and dialogue. Sarah Puckett did an outstanding job with the narration. Aside from having a beautiful voice, she portrayed the characters' personalities, emotions, and connections flawlessly. This was a highly enjoyable paranormal reverse haram romance, one I'll strongly recommend. I received a complimentary copy of this audiobook, and my unbiased review is voluntarily given.

  28. 5 out of 5

    PelicanFreak

    Book Two does give a recap for anyone just coming in and you could do this and get by for sure but Book One was SO GOOD! I do not recommend skipping it. Right off the bat, this book is so juicy, with one major character’s status uncertain. I’m easily absorbed right back into this exciting world and loving every second of it. There’s still a bit of ‘culture shock’ going on here, and it’s presented hilariously. The authors’ ability to pull me into this world, remember every detail and work in humor Book Two does give a recap for anyone just coming in and you could do this and get by for sure but Book One was SO GOOD! I do not recommend skipping it. Right off the bat, this book is so juicy, with one major character’s status uncertain. I’m easily absorbed right back into this exciting world and loving every second of it. There’s still a bit of ‘culture shock’ going on here, and it’s presented hilariously. The authors’ ability to pull me into this world, remember every detail and work in humor around what seems to be a brewing war is admirable. Book 2 ends on a bit of a cliffie, so you’ll want to have book 3 ready. Better to just buy the whole set and spare yourself. ;) 5 still-very-addicted stars. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  29. 4 out of 5

    Isabelle

    This story picks off right after the cliffhanger in book 1 and I really enjoyed it! Claire is really coming into her own, and the new additions of Sol, Vox and Cyrus were great. I especially love Exos and Cyrus (the brother Kings yum). I did think Titus got the short end of the stick in the series. He had a really big role in book 1, but in this one and by book 3 he’s not as prominent as the others. I also noticed that we never meet his family or find out more about him and his backstory. The ac This story picks off right after the cliffhanger in book 1 and I really enjoyed it! Claire is really coming into her own, and the new additions of Sol, Vox and Cyrus were great. I especially love Exos and Cyrus (the brother Kings yum). I did think Titus got the short end of the stick in the series. He had a really big role in book 1, but in this one and by book 3 he’s not as prominent as the others. I also noticed that we never meet his family or find out more about him and his backstory. The action keeps going and I like all the interactions they have. Things aren’t what they seem and I enjoyed unraveling things more and more.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mareike

    Book one had left me feeling as though I was on the fence about how I felt about the whole thing. This book pushed me off the fence and I feel done with the series. I don't know what it is that turns me away from the rest of the book...maybe it's all these changes of point of views for each chapter, or perhaps its the way that it's all about sex and we don't see any other outside characters apart from Claire and her mates. I have a feeling I could predict who the bad guy is from this point. If you Book one had left me feeling as though I was on the fence about how I felt about the whole thing. This book pushed me off the fence and I feel done with the series. I don't know what it is that turns me away from the rest of the book...maybe it's all these changes of point of views for each chapter, or perhaps its the way that it's all about sex and we don't see any other outside characters apart from Claire and her mates. I have a feeling I could predict who the bad guy is from this point. If you're after a light read where all the main character does is get distracted by her mates while there's a plot against the main character, then this is the book for you.

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