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For fans of Labyrinth, Sarah J. Maas, and Laini Taylor. 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 cho For fans of Labyrinth, Sarah J. Maas, and Laini Taylor. 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. Warning: This is steamy NA/New Adult fantasy romance with explicit sexual content and language. For mature readers 18+. 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.


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For fans of Labyrinth, Sarah J. Maas, and Laini Taylor. 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 cho For fans of Labyrinth, Sarah J. Maas, and Laini Taylor. 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. Warning: This is steamy NA/New Adult fantasy romance with explicit sexual content and language. For mature readers 18+. 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.

30 review for Kiss the Fae

  1. 5 out of 5

    Laura Thalassa

    Cannot WAIT for this weekend one!!! Love Natalia’s writing and I have a feeling her take on fairies is going to remind me of all those dark fairytales my mother read to me as a child.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Candace Robinson

    I loved this one! The writing is so freaking beautiful and the characters have that perfect chemistry that makes me wish I was them! Cerulean was the absolute best and I loved him so much! And yes, there is the type of swoon here that makes you sigh! Need book 2!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Natalia

    COVER REVEAL & BLURB Wicked hell, I'm in love with this cover and can't wait to share more about this new universe. Until then, I just finished writing the first kiss scene (nom nom) AND the blurb is up on the GR page! P.S. The PRE-ORDER is LIVVVVVVE: Grab it here P.P.S. To get a release alert, follow me on Amazon COVER REVEAL & BLURB Wicked hell, I'm in love with this cover and can't wait to share more about this new universe. Until then, I just finished writing the first kiss scene (nom nom) AND the blurb is up on the GR page! P.S. The PRE-ORDER is LIVVVVVVE: Grab it here P.P.S. To get a release alert, follow me on Amazon

  4. 5 out of 5

    Darcy (Daydreamingofbookdragons)

    OH MY GOD THIS BOOK HAS THE ABSOLUTE WORST CASE OF PURPLE PROSE I HAVE EVER COME ACROSS!!!! Here, have some examples: *clears throat* "The slap of wings penetrates the bridge. A shadow veers through the area - a splayed pair of fringed panels. Blades of noise rent the scene." "I flounder, the elevation licking my scarred kneecaps, the wind buffeting my skirt." "That whisper undulates through the miasma, curling its digit* under my chin." *Remember this word, it will come back again, and again, and aga OH MY GOD THIS BOOK HAS THE ABSOLUTE WORST CASE OF PURPLE PROSE I HAVE EVER COME ACROSS!!!! Here, have some examples: *clears throat* "The slap of wings penetrates the bridge. A shadow veers through the area - a splayed pair of fringed panels. Blades of noise rent the scene." "I flounder, the elevation licking my scarred kneecaps, the wind buffeting my skirt." "That whisper undulates through the miasma, curling its digit* under my chin." *Remember this word, it will come back again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, etc. And now, for my favourite quote of them all: "Oxygen shaves the tissue from my throat." It is god fucking awful and CONSTANT. It's so bad I actually struggled to understand what was happening sometimes because the writing was just so convoluted. There were typos and words were swapped out for other words that really shouldn't have been. A word can be a synonym and still mean something slightly or entirely different; take, for example 'butt dial' and 'booty call'. AND THE THING THAT ABSOLUTELY DROVE ME UP THE WALL WAS THE OVERUSE OF THE FUCKING WORD 'DIGIT'!!!! THAT IS NOT A WORD THAT SHOULD BE USED MORE THAN ONCE OR TWICE IN A BOOK OF THIS SIZE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! INSTEAD OF THE THIRTY FUCKING TIMES IT WAS USED?!? That's not an exaggeration by the way, I searched the word on my kindle app and that's how many times it popped up in the text. I got the impression that the author has settled into this writing style, which is so unfortunate because it's the only thing that's letting this story down (I think anyway, it's quite possible I missed something because of the writing). I was super intrigued by the story and the dynamic between Lark and Cerulean, that's why this book isn't one star. Somehow, despite the writing, I still wanted to find out how it ended, and I'm also really curious to read about the other two sisters stories and how they'll get out of their predicaments. My only hesitation is having to put myself through more of this writing style and having to read the word 'digit' one. more. time.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    I’m sad that I couldn’t stay interested enough to push through and learn what happened to Cerulean and Lark but my patience ran out

  6. 4 out of 5

    Bernie (Geckoreads)

    “Under the vicious stars, an Owl crossed paths with a Lark…” Everyone is different when it comes to deciding your next book to read. Maybe some of you don’t mind what the book is about before picking it up. But in my case, I’m constantly looking for the recipe of a good plot. For me, that is a mind-blowing fantasy, a thrilling adventure, and an epic romance. Natalia Jaster’s Kiss the Fae not only had those three things; she took them to the next level while keeping the right balance t “Under the vicious stars, an Owl crossed paths with a Lark…” Everyone is different when it comes to deciding your next book to read. Maybe some of you don’t mind what the book is about before picking it up. But in my case, I’m constantly looking for the recipe of a good plot. For me, that is a mind-blowing fantasy, a thrilling adventure, and an epic romance. Natalia Jaster’s Kiss the Fae not only had those three things; she took them to the next level while keeping the right balance to let a rich story, flow swiftly. Kiss the Fae wasn’t a good book—it was a amazing. Definitely one of my top recommendations of the year. The story takes place in a world where humans suffer under the trickery and cruelty of the Fae. Saying that they are at war is probably taking it too far, so let’s just say that they are basically trying to get rid of the other as much as possible. Lark is our main character, and she sets the wheels in motion when she unwisely crosses to Faerie. She doesn’t know that she has caught the eye of the enemy until three letters arrive summoning Lark and her two sisters to Faerie. Leaving them with no other choice, each one of them took off in different directions to face whoever signed the letters. One left to explore the eerie darkness of the forest, whereas the other was called by the creatures living in the river. Lark, however, discovered a hidden world in the mountains. Cerulean, a powerful Fae with a wicked smile, sets Lark off on a deadly quest: she is to survive thirteen nights in the mountains, or her sisters will suffer as punishment. And although Lark might be a skilled, brave warrior, she didn’t count on the distraction of a pretty Fae, nor all the feelings he stirred inside her. Like many readers of adult books, I have a type for my love interests. Unlike many readers of adult books, it is not the sexy, mysterious guy with a dark past. I’m not saying I don’t enjoy these characters, but when push comes to shove, I’ll choose the charming, dangerous hottie with a clever tongue every time. Enter Cerulean: ruler of the creatures that were bred in the sky and raised in the mountains. Since he was Fae, he was passionate and alluring, and was by far my favorite character of the book. I adored him. Then there’s Lark, who is a brave, strong lead character. And who doesn’t like a physically strong heroine? She’s a badass and a little stubborn, but still allows herself to be vulnerable. Falling for Cerulean wasn’t an absurd insta-love. It was a bittersweet slow burn: not painfully slow, but it wasn’t carelessly rushed either. And I LOVE a good enemies-to-lover romance. So, here lies an entertaining story settled in a world full of magic and surprises, written with a healthy dose of steamy romance (healthy dose = very steamy), and a thrilling adventure full of unexpected twists and epic fight scenes. I can already tell how amazing the next book is going to be. I can’t wait to read Juniper’s story! Congratulations, Natalia Jaster! You’ve just earned yourself a new crazy fan. Under the Vicious stars, an Owl crossed paths with a Lark. And the Lark said, "We may fly separately, but let our direction be the same." Other quotes: “Lots of times, humans and Faeries become enemies. But every once in a while, they become something unexpected, something more. Look closely but keep your wits as wide as the horizon. Carry a weapon but keep your heart open. Because sometimes, they fall in love with you. And sometimes, you love them right back.”

  7. 4 out of 5

    Christine Manzari

    I really enjoyed this one. It’s the delicious mischievous cruelty of the cruel prince with the unique writing style of shatter me. I really loved the world building and the clever characters/ I can’t wait to read the next book.

  8. 4 out of 5

    ✩ Yaz ✩

    3 - ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Friend. Villain. Lover. All four guises converge into a smirk that doesn’t reach his irises. Is he tormenting himself or toying with me? Is he being real or not? Kiss the Fae is the first installment in the Vicious Faeries series. A promising story of Faeries and steamy romance but did not quite hit the jackpot for me. The overall setting of the book was unique. I liked the strong connection of the Fae with nature (the fauna and flora). We live on a continent called The Dark Fables. It’s 3 - ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Friend. Villain. Lover. All four guises converge into a smirk that doesn’t reach his irises. Is he tormenting himself or toying with me? Is he being real or not? Kiss the Fae is the first installment in the Vicious Faeries series. A promising story of Faeries and steamy romance but did not quite hit the jackpot for me. The overall setting of the book was unique. I liked the strong connection of the Fae with nature (the fauna and flora). We live on a continent called The Dark Fables. It’s separated into three countries of grim enchantment—The Northern Frosts, The Southern Seas, and Middle Country. Elves, dragons, and an array of mystical wildlife fill these lands to the brim. Being of otherworldly origins, Magic Folk fancy themselves too good for us human peons. The author does not hold back from adding every mythical creature to the world and it could either be a good thing or a bad thing but the focus does not stray from the Fae. As for the Fae, we have the Seelie and Unseelie courts but the main story follows the monarchs of the Solitary Wild, the infamous trio: Ruler of the Sky, Ruler of the Woodland, and Ruler of the River. For your trespass, be our sacrifice—to surrender, to serve, and to satisfy. Under the vicious stars, three sisters must play three games. Escaping the trade poachers, three sisters cross the forbidden border into Faerie. Lark is captured by ruler of the sky, Cerulean, and her sisters Juniper and Cove are then swept into a devious game that they should not reveal each game to each other and all must win or none win. Each one will enter one of the Solitary landscapes: Lark to the mountain, Juniper to the Forest, and Cove to the water. Lark must win to save her sisters and her trial involves going through a labyrinth in the mountain, home of the trickster and ruler of the sky she so despises. Yet, there is a powerful attraction drawing her to Cerulean that she is determined to fight.. for how can she fall for a devious creature like a Fae? "Mutinous Lark, your task is painfully simple. Don’t look down. Watch your step. Fear the wind. Follow the wind. Lose your path. Find your way. Welcome to The Solitary Mountain." I had a problem following the story because of the world-building. It feels like the more info-dump the author adds, the more it's hard for me to digest it. While it was very interesting but it was a real struggle. The writing wasn't the best and the language and tone used by the charcaters just... made it seem like they were living in the 21st century and not in a fantastical world. The romance had bits that I enjoyed but I would've been more invested if the issues I've highlighted before did not ruin the experience for me. "You’re worth…” He sucks in a tremulous breath. “…every crack in my soul. You’re worth the loss and longing.” I found myself skipping through a few pages because there wasn't much that was going on or just to skip the state of confusion I was in for most of the book. It had a great concept but it wasn't executed in the best way. It felt that the book, as with most Fae books, draw its inspiration from ACOTAR especially Under the Mountain part. Will I pick up the next book? nope.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Rhia

    I need the vicious in this Vicious Faerie. This took me quite a while to finish. I may have been slightly dissatisfied and perhaps a little disappointed. I gotta say it’s not as good as I expected it to be but I don’t think its that bad either. There are parts I quite enjoyed. I think my main problem is the “labyrinth game” which was supposed to be the main plot point became a moot point. It was anticlimactic. I would have loved to see a more detailed and less confusing traversal of this said mou I need the vicious in this Vicious Faerie. This took me quite a while to finish. I may have been slightly dissatisfied and perhaps a little disappointed. I gotta say it’s not as good as I expected it to be but I don’t think its that bad either. There are parts I quite enjoyed. I think my main problem is the “labyrinth game” which was supposed to be the main plot point became a moot point. It was anticlimactic. I would have loved to see a more detailed and less confusing traversal of this said mountain labyrinth. It didn’t make a lot of sense. Look, I am all for mountains, but my head is spinning because at some parts she is climbing, then falling then sleeping then days has passed. My guess is world building and action scenes is not the author’s strongest suit. Oh and where is the vicious in this vicious faerie? Cerulean made my tooth ache just a bit. This book had the right ingredients to make an epic story. It just didn’t serve it..at least for me. Let’s leave it at that.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    Loved it! My first Jaster novel and I am seriously impressed. Lark and Cerulean's story is not to be missed. Very creative and well written. I will definitely be checking out more of Natalia Jaster's work. Loved it! My first Jaster novel and I am seriously impressed. Lark and Cerulean's story is not to be missed. Very creative and well written. I will definitely be checking out more of Natalia Jaster's work.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ashlee Bree

    FABLES ETERNAL!!! What a viciously lush, mischievous, and sensual read! Just like that, and Natalia Jaster has ensnared me in warm windy knots, enchanting my heart all over again. Since I'm already a fan of her writing, as well as the chimerical way she weaves her fantasy romances in delicious paradox and wordplay, I couldn't wait to soar into this fable. I was looking forward to being entwined in elegant tricks, to being swept up in colorful prose and world-building as well as in verbal sparring FABLES ETERNAL!!! What a viciously lush, mischievous, and sensual read! Just like that, and Natalia Jaster has ensnared me in warm windy knots, enchanting my heart all over again. Since I'm already a fan of her writing, as well as the chimerical way she weaves her fantasy romances in delicious paradox and wordplay, I couldn't wait to soar into this fable. I was looking forward to being entwined in elegant tricks, to being swept up in colorful prose and world-building as well as in verbal sparring that would leave my head spinning with seductive pink hearts. And I have to say, I wasn't at all disappointed. If anything, this story left me floating on air. It tantalized me like the sharp, ticklish, sonorous whips of a summer breeze against my skin. It enveloped me in stunning lyricism and nature's mossy, woefully under-appreciated, arms. I couldn't devour it sooner. Couldn't breathe it in fast enough. I have a partiality for sparkling tales already, for magical worlds and characters that are woven through with arresting detail, passion, wonder--so imagine my delight to be able to settle into this wicked whimsical fairytale with Lark and Cerulean. They are everything wild, everything dazzling - oh, so succulent and fresh in repartee - that you want them to be! I promise you their enemies-to-lovers-to-mates journey is full of all the juicy "loss and longing" stuff that'll jolt you straight into the sky. It'll tack you up there like a star where you can shine down with bewitched admiration and greed. As mortal and faerie respectively, Lark and Cerulean are poised as enemies from the moment she crosses the threshold into Faerie. She's a bawdy mouthy human with a flair for stubbornness, for whips, who just so happens to have a fierce protectiveness of animals in addition to her loved ones. He's a wicked Fae ruler with blue-tinted skin and pointy ears whose words lance, not just drip, with elegant machinations. While Lark's desperate to win this dangerous game she's fallen into with him and reach the mountaintop, bringing her one step closer to rescuing her sisters, whom she loves dearly, Ceruleans's determined to thwart her with riddles and fatal bargains at every turn, with him on his own quest to restore the fauna that were lost during the Trapping (aka a war-of-sorts). What transpires between them is tons of wrangling "one up me, if you dare" fun. Seriously, it's impossible not to get swept up in the thrilling "lark" of it all. And their romance? Well, it's nothing short of feathered serendipity. It's an elaborate dance circling around the edge of chosen circumstance plus desire on top of fate. Whenever Lark and Cerulean are together, sparks fly. They just do. The lustful volleying back-and-forth is what keeps you on the hook. The even teeter between them, though, that's the element which kicks up the intrigue another notch. Heightens the passion between them, the intensity. After all, who doesn't it love it when two diametrically opposed beings (one magical, the other not) end up being well-matched in love AND war? I mean, hubba hubba! Can somebody procure me a leafy fan, please? I'm swoooooning! Their dynamic interplay also explodes into fireworks over and over throughout the story, piercing you with feeling so pointed yet so potent that it lands with the precision of a javelin's tip. Half the time it sneaks up on you. Unraveling expectation. Digging in deeper to reveal hidden meaning or themes. Then, before you know it, before you realize what's happening, you're spirited away with the characters. You're caught up in the majestic audacity of who Lark and Cerulean are, where they're from, and how they've come to fall in love with one another despite it being strictly forbidden. Point blank: it's an incredibly sexy, lyrical, action-packed ride from start to finish! Never has nature felt more provocative, either. I don't know how Jaster accomplished such a feat, but somehow she made wind into the most toe-curlingly erotic element on the planet?? (Like, who the hell needs/wants fingers when there's wind around to compete? 🤣 ) I'm unabashed to say she's likely created a new kink for fantasy romance readers everywhere. (Oh, and don't get me started on how impatient I am to get my hands on Puck and Juniper's story! His brief appearance here was torture. An appealing tease. I can already tell he's a mischievous git who I'm going to love. Plus, I can't wait to see how Juniper's smarts finagle him into a tangled game of resistance vs. temptation.) So listen to me now, y'all. Hear me when I say "follow the wind." Chase it. Trail after where it blows against your computer keys...or out the door toward the bookstore, the library, or wherever it is you prefer to procure material for reading...because you need to pick up a copy of this immediately. I mean it. Consider it a mandate. *screams in every color of the wind until you heed me* I'm telling you now: there ain't nothing better than this glowing debut into a universe of Vicious Faeries! BOOK BLOG

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    "Don’t look down. Watch your step. (...) Lose your path. Find your way." A tale beautifully told. That's what this was. Once again, Natalia Jaster spins a magical fable of passion and wonder, dazzling me with her poetic prose. I've been looking forward to discovering this new world ever since the author announced her next series. Needless to say, I do not feel disappointed at all. Jaster's world-building is top notch, and the universe of Dark Fables unfurls before the reader in all its alluri "Don’t look down. Watch your step. (...) Lose your path. Find your way." A tale beautifully told. That's what this was. Once again, Natalia Jaster spins a magical fable of passion and wonder, dazzling me with her poetic prose. I've been looking forward to discovering this new world ever since the author announced her next series. Needless to say, I do not feel disappointed at all. Jaster's world-building is top notch, and the universe of Dark Fables unfurls before the reader in all its alluring possibilities as the story goes on. Faerie lore in this book nods towards the traditional - Fae cannot lie but their deceitfulness is notwithstanding, Fae are immortal but not invincible, they love riddles, bargains and a good bawdy revel. Yet, there is an original spin to it, and I love how the Fae are portrayed by the author. Horrifically beautiful and just plain horrific, decidedly n o t human, yet not immune to the full range of human emotions and behaviours. Blue-skinned, covered with fur, antlers, wings and horns; they are not barely a mirror image of unusually pretty humans, just made immortal. They're Vicious Faeries. And I L-O-V-E it! Then, there are the characters. Both Lark and Cerulean are extremely likeable, hell, why do I even limit myself to these lukewarm expressions?! I simply adored them, Lark especially. She captured my heart with her free spirit and boisterous, daring demeanor. Together with Cerulean, they make for an intriguing pair, giving as good as they get. Their cat-and-mouse, human-fae, enemies-to-lovers dance makes for a deliciously captivating story. And their love story has all the enemies-to-lovers goodness one can hope for, with a sparkly red cherry on top that is a mates trope done well. Personally, I've gone from loving to dreading the mates trope in recent years, but I'm still partial to it, if it's executed in a certain way. I truly loved it here, because it leaned towards reinforcing the idea of choice being the driving factor in love and relationships, rather than fate. Yes, it was still magic, and involved serendipity and mythical bonds, but it made for a background to characters' actions and choices without overpowering them. On top of that, I got a "consent is sexy" tidbit and that couldn't make me happier: "It asks permission, which makes it the sweetest, sexiest touch I’ve ever known." Lark's and Cerulean's battle of wills and hearts will wreak havoc on your feels, but it will do it while transporting you to a beautiful and treacherous world of Faerie. The wordy descriptions, alliterations and old tales paint a vivid picture of this universe, and I, for one, loved immersing myself in this world. Natalia Jaster has this peculiar writing style - a blend of poetry with profanities, fancy old-time expressions fused with explicit ones. It has its own tempo, might be hard to follow sometimes, but its originality never ceases to amaze me. It also makes me greedy. Just finished reading and I already feel this bookworm's itch to get my next fix, which is the upcoming book in this series. I cannot wait to read Juniper and Puck's story, as well as Cove and Elixir's. More than that, and I truly hope I'm not mistaken, I think what Jaster is setting up here is a part of a bigger universe. So yes, I want to get to know The Solitary Forest and The Solitary Deep. But Middle Country, the home to Vicious Faeries, is only 1/3 of the Dark Fables. So please give me The Northern Frosts and The Southern Seas as well. Elves, dragons and all the magic in between. As for "Kiss the Fae" - what more can I say? This one gets a strong merry 4.5 stars from me. If you're a fantasy lover, I can only urge you to join Lark on her journey, to cross the border beyond The Triad into the Faerie, and walk along her through all the terrible marvels of that land. Learn whether the wind has a pulse and heartbeat. "Lose your path. Find your way." (P.S. As in, your way straight into the *online* store to buy this book!) *ARC received from the author in exchange for an honest review*

  13. 4 out of 5

    Catherine

    This was my first book by Natalia Jaster and I'm charmed! I didn't know what to expect when I started it, I just came across this book while looking for new Fae novels that aren't YA. I can say the marketing isn't really wrong for once, because like Laini Taylor, Natalia Jaster has a beautiful prose, lyrical, enchanting. It doesn't work with every author for me (sometimes it's even something that annoys me), but with a few authors that are truly talented, I love it and this is the case here. Whil This was my first book by Natalia Jaster and I'm charmed! I didn't know what to expect when I started it, I just came across this book while looking for new Fae novels that aren't YA. I can say the marketing isn't really wrong for once, because like Laini Taylor, Natalia Jaster has a beautiful prose, lyrical, enchanting. It doesn't work with every author for me (sometimes it's even something that annoys me), but with a few authors that are truly talented, I love it and this is the case here. While there are plenty of Fae books out there already, the author still managed to write something that didn't seem like the same story I've already read. Yes, you can find similarities, just like with every genre, but her world-building, her characters and her romance are great and I wasn't bored or making comparison with another Fae novel for one second. Kiss the Fae is a dark fairytale for readers who love a great Fae book with enemies to lovers, slow-burn and steamy romance, and I can't wait to read the second book in the series and the author's two previous series!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Yeganeh

    Such a pretty cover but unfortunatly gets a 1 star from me.This book has nothing to impress .If you want a fae based full of smut book then here you go.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Raeesah Da'Neer

    I don’t wanna be rude so I give one star for the sexual tension but that’s it

  16. 4 out of 5

    ♦♣ Queen of Faerie ♠♥

    It was a good book, although slightly predictable and at times repetitive. The romance was good and the ending plot twist that was solved finished the book nicely. →3 stars

  17. 4 out of 5

    Aaryn Flott

    The writing was too much. Lark used UK slang, southern slang, and even outdated slang within her narrative. That coupled with over descriptive and whimsical poise, made the story jarring and hard to keep up with. I loved the idea, enjoyed the characters, but the execution just fell flat to me. Though, I sort of want to read the next one because Puck seems interesting and hot hell. I’m just glutton for punishment 😩 Read as one of my kindle unlimited choices.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa (bookfairy95)

    What a wonderful story! ⅘ stars! It took me a little while to finish, because life kept getting in the way, but now I am done and I am so sad I couldn’t just binge the entire book in one day, because it is definitely binge-worthy material. But first things first! The beginning was a little difficult for me to get into, which was in part due to me having to look up several words that weren’t familiar to me and in part due to stress. The writing style is beautiful and lush and magical and the stor What a wonderful story! ⅘ stars! It took me a little while to finish, because life kept getting in the way, but now I am done and I am so sad I couldn’t just binge the entire book in one day, because it is definitely binge-worthy material. But first things first! The beginning was a little difficult for me to get into, which was in part due to me having to look up several words that weren’t familiar to me and in part due to stress. The writing style is beautiful and lush and magical and the story starts slowly, because the world needs to be introduced and here and there is was a little confusing in parts, but I didn’t necessarily thought that was negative, because in many aspects Kiss the Fae reminded me of Laini Taylor - especially writing style and story telling. And that is something very good, because in my eyes Laini Taylor is a genius and hey, it took me 100 pages to really get into Strange the Dreamer and that one is one of my favourite books ever. But back to Kiss the Fae and Natalia Jaster! What I loved most about this novel was the dialogues. Especially when Cerulean was part of it, because the way Cerulean talked is exactly how I picture the Fae talking. Cruel and deceitful and twisted and with lots of riddles. This vicious side is what I loved the most, because it just felt so REAL. I loved it and the first dialogue between Cerulean and Lark was also when I first felt the book click for me. And while the story continued and Lark tried to find her way through the labyrinth the story and characters slowly wormed their way into my heart without me realising. I loved the back and forth, I loved the banter and how the two main characters seemed to slowly circle each other, not knowing whether to attack or run or maybe fall into each other’s arms. It felt like a game or a dance and it was twisted and sweet and I really enjoyed it. However, then there was this one scene, where I truly felt how much the characters mean to me and how much I came to love the story. It was completely unexpected and it caught me totally unaware, but there was this one scene (no spoilers, I’m being very vague), where one of the main characters opened up completely, talked about their thoughts and feelings and just bared themselves in front of the other, while at the same time telling them “go”. That character has always been so guarded and distant and seeing them open up like this, also seemed like the book opened up to me. I know this doesn’t make any sense, but that is what is felt like and that’s also when I sat there, holding my kindle, mouth open and felt my heart break, because the sheer amount of feelings overwhelmed me. A stylistic thing I liked about the book is that beginning and end make a full circle. The story starts as a tale being told and it ends the exact same way. The end feels like the last words of a story told to a child, the reader is being directly addressed, like in the beginning and that just makes the whole thing round and it seems more magical in a way as well! But that is not all that I love about Kiss the Fae. Natalia also has some very important messages in her book. She shows us that even human have great magic, she shows us how important it is to embrace other cultures and to try and understand them, open up to them. And she teaches us about the importance of wildlife. Because if we think about it, humans endanger animals of going extinct and it is important to restore these. Now, you might wonder, if I loved this book so much, why do I “only” give it 4 stars. That is because I had difficulties of fully emerging myself in the story, of letting it capture me. That is not Natalia’s fault. It is the fault of a stressful few weeks and I am sure if I had had the time and calm of fully letting myself fall into this book, it would have been a higher rating. As it is, I am pretty sure that I will reread this book at some point and I am positive that I will give it a higher rating when fully diving into it with no disturbances! Until then, I am waiting for book 2 “Hunt the Fae” with great anticipation!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    It took me awhile to get into this book. I kept wondering if I would like or not and finally, since I really wanted to read a Fae book, I got it and just decided to read it. First, I really liked the three sisters, I think they were very unique with their own characteristics and personalities. Their bond is beautiful and I was hoping to see more of that, maybe in the next book. I also loved the strong animal connection, respect and care that the characters showed. The connection between the two ma It took me awhile to get into this book. I kept wondering if I would like or not and finally, since I really wanted to read a Fae book, I got it and just decided to read it. First, I really liked the three sisters, I think they were very unique with their own characteristics and personalities. Their bond is beautiful and I was hoping to see more of that, maybe in the next book. I also loved the strong animal connection, respect and care that the characters showed. The connection between the two main characters was obvious from the beginning, so that wasn't really a surprise. But their story was cute and I longed to read their scenes together. Although I felt like Lark had some emotional problems with accepting their feelings and was almost always challenging the feelings Cerulean had for her and that was annoying. When he said he loved her and kept proving and she kept questioning I wanted her to just wake up already. My real struggle with this book was with the world-building. It feels like the author put so much information that I just couldn't digest it or imagine the things she was trying to describe and that made the reading a little heavy with a lot of unnecessary and not helpful descriptions. But all in all it was a good story and I want to see how Lark's sisters will do with their own Fae captors.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    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 Cer 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!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Brittany Schulz ✖️Off the Book Pages✖️

    ‘That’s what makes you so elegantly formidable. Not so much that enemies underestimate you, but that they overestimate themselves.’ It took me while to get into this book I started reading it in November and came back to it multiple times but the more you read the better it gets. I loved the animals and the power they have they were honestly my favourite part!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Andy

    After an unfortunate encounter with a poacher, Lark and her sisters enter Fae territory. Anyone who enters must pay a price. The three must leave behind the human world and each enter a domain of the Fae. Lark enters the Mountain of the Sky and must survive 13 days while racing to the top against the ruler of the Mountain, Cerulean. Should she lose or refuse to play, she and her sisters' lives are forfeit. But Cerulean isn't going to play fair, and maybe neither will Lark. Y'all this book was hil After an unfortunate encounter with a poacher, Lark and her sisters enter Fae territory. Anyone who enters must pay a price. The three must leave behind the human world and each enter a domain of the Fae. Lark enters the Mountain of the Sky and must survive 13 days while racing to the top against the ruler of the Mountain, Cerulean. Should she lose or refuse to play, she and her sisters' lives are forfeit. But Cerulean isn't going to play fair, and maybe neither will Lark. Y'all this book was hilarious. Every time I started reading this, I had the biggest smile on my face. Jaster's writing and sense of humor was so raunchy and one of the funnest times I had reading recently. Lark was such a strong character, with a strong sense of self and her desires. Also her love for animals had me so soft! The romance in this was a bit of a slow burn, but every time Lark & Cerulean had the chance to talk, I was swooning. I loved learning more about these two and seeing their passions. They were so fun to be paired against each other as well. Both were headstrong and watching them banter was the best. I am so excited the sequel will follow Lark's sister! I can't wait to see how she wins her trial (hopefully). Also there was totally a brief scene were two female fae and two male fae were entangled in sexual situations. I am so here for queer fae characters even if they're only side characters!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Chiara Cro

    I find it hard to rate this one. I really liked certain aspects of it. I didn't like other aspects of it as much. Nevertheless, I am curious to see what the other books in this series will bring. I find it hard to rate this one. I really liked certain aspects of it. I didn't like other aspects of it as much. Nevertheless, I am curious to see what the other books in this series will bring.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Paula Roussel (She Sniffs Books)

    This hurts, since I tend to love Natalia Jaster, but I just can't continue on. It's overly-done (too much description) and the MC's dialogue gets on my nerves. Oh, and there is one whole chapter dedicated to them just kissing. I like spit-swapping when reading as much as the next but that was just too much. This hurts, since I tend to love Natalia Jaster, but I just can't continue on. It's overly-done (too much description) and the MC's dialogue gets on my nerves. Oh, and there is one whole chapter dedicated to them just kissing. I like spit-swapping when reading as much as the next but that was just too much.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sarina

    5++++ stars ✨ a passionate, emotional, and compelling romance that had me laughing, crying, and feeling so many ways! Different from any other fantasy romance I’ve read, this one has left it’s mark and I cannot wait until the next book is out. The writing was detailed and beautiful, with the story focused on not just love, but family, friendship and finding yourself. I absolutely loved this and can’t wait to read more of Natalia’s books!!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Bailey Peyton

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Reading this was... a choice. The premise (or at least part of it) sounded promising: Labyrinth but make it sexy? You have my attention. I was going to give this three stars, but did I like it? Did I find enough pros to outweigh the many cons and the absolute chore I felt coming back to this book and walking away drained because I kept forcing myself to read it? Despite this low rating of 2.5, I am a Natalia Jaster fan. My copy of Trick is so beloved that after only two years on my shelf, it spo Reading this was... a choice. The premise (or at least part of it) sounded promising: Labyrinth but make it sexy? You have my attention. I was going to give this three stars, but did I like it? Did I find enough pros to outweigh the many cons and the absolute chore I felt coming back to this book and walking away drained because I kept forcing myself to read it? Despite this low rating of 2.5, I am a Natalia Jaster fan. My copy of Trick is so beloved that after only two years on my shelf, it sports a curled cover, broken spine, and don't even get me started on Tempt; my tear drops splotched the ink. So what went wrong? Let's begin with the good: Pros -Initial premise *Our heroine, Lark ventured into the Fae lands, which is a big no-no. Because of this, she and her adopted sisters are summoned by three adopted Fae brothers to different areas, each given a different task, and told not to divulge any information regarding it or their location to one another. The two catches? If one loses, they all die, and because they're not kept in the loop as to their locale/status, they're flying blind and could simultaneously drop dead at any time (except we all know they won't because mates/true love). And the Fae have their own motive for wanting the mortals to take on the challenge: for every human they get, a fauna that the humans destroyed during a vengeful attack gets restored. -The opening scene *Lark getting up from a tumble in the sheets, jumping from the bedroom onto her horse, leaving the guy high and dry/screwing up his poaching plan. Cut Throat Island could never... literally because it was such a bomb it bankrupted an entire studio. Really hope someone gets that reference. -Pacing/imagery *Because Lark is on a quest to reach the mountain top, the story utilizes many different settings and Natalia Jaster plays to her strength: description. Lush forests, foods that may glamour themselves into delicious delicacies-tempting as any living Fae- despite their rotten reality. That bit felt very magical. -Lark isn't your typical fairy tale heroine *She hasn't any qualms about expressing her sexuality, wields a whip as well as Wonder Woman, and actually pays attention to the rules. Ex: When cornered by Moth, she remembers how to properly phrase her questions, making sure she actually gets an answer rather than a riddle. -Cerulean *I mean, he's literally Jareth with blue hair. Enough said. -The masquerade *This will bleed over into another list, but reading how Lark gets tossed/spun from dancer to dancer until she meets Cerulean, her dress fanning out in a firestorm of feathers, the tension of knowing if her mask slips, she'll be attacked. And the sweetness of them saying: "It was you?" "It's me." Chef's kiss! -Their past connection *Turns out, they met as children when Lark freed Cerulean from an iron cage fashioned by evil humans. Makes their connection easier to swallow. -Their conflicting ideas as to the other's superiority *Lark believes humans are innocent/defenseless pawns in a Fae's game (seeing as Cerulean and his brothers have trapped herself and her sisters in realms where not only they rule, but have the advantage of magic). Whereas Cerulean counters this with the idea that Fae were never vengeful; they only became defensive once the humans exacted their cruelty on them, including killing their fauna (which housed the children, a rarity among the Fae). Labyrinth elements -The book is literally dedicated to the fictional Goblin King -Lark's joke about asking the owl to take her sisters so she can have a break kickstarts their tasks, much like Jareth overhearing Sarah telling a story to her baby brother Toby, which ends with her improvising the request that he be taken from her, prompts her expedition into the labyrinth to win the bargain she and Jareth make. -One of Cerulean's forms is that of an owl. It even flies around Lark before Cerulean himself shows up to make a deal. This exact thing goes down in Labyrinth, even incorporating the owl watching Lark in the fields before she even trespasses (in the film, Sarah is LARPING on her own and notices an owl flitting past as she recites the story). -Cerulean's attire *The man wears a billowing white deep V shirt, tight black trousers, black boots, and his only variation is a russet cloak instead of black one.... exactly like you-know-who. -His mountain comes equipped with oubliettes, one of which Lark is given to sleep in. Jareth in Labyrinth comes across Sarah and Hoggle in what he calls an oubliette. -The scene where Lark falls into a tunnel and is helped then hurled down by unseen hands is also ripped from Labyrinth -Lark reciting a fable that enables her to win the challenge is akin to Sarah's: "Through dangers untold and hardships unnumbered, I have fought my way here to the castle beyond the Goblin City to take back the child you have stolen, for my will is as strong as yours and my kingdom as great. You have no power over me!" bit. Although, unlike Jareth and Sarah, Cerulean does have power over Lark, but so does she in the form of true love. -The masquerade (redux) *The way she's watching the dancers in a daze, seeing him across the room among the patrons sipping from crystal goblets, dressed in masks with over exaggerated animal features, traipsing from person to person until finally she's in his arms only to run away before they kiss... This next list may sting a little. Cons -Info dumping *All the clever symbolism is snatched away by having the characters blatantly spell it out for you: from the birds and the avian sanctuary representing the sisters in their adopted father's home, to the book of Fairies being a representation of their love stories.... just let readers make the connection. -Strange vernacular variants *In the beginning, I felt that because this was a Fae centric story, the language would be Gothic with a touch of whimsy. But then we get inside Lark's head/hear her speak using words commonly associated with the Southern states: "reckon", "drawers" (undergarments), "hot damn", "gimme" "lemme". And I'm like, "ok, so it's going to be dark imagery/stakes with country slang, a la, Kathryn Bigelow's, Near Dark. But then Lark goes: "wanker", bollocks, "knickers", you know, British slang. And this isn't a one time thing (more on that next). So my question is... where is she supposed to be from? No one else in her family has her switch up, and even their father doesn't speak with either accent. *Lark's only nineteen or so, yet she repeadtly calls Moth and the other Fae, "whippersnapper". Umm, why? If this was an attempt at condescension, it was a bad one. -Lark's family horse is named Whinny Badass. The cringe hurts. -The past connection between Cerulean and Lark should've been the prologue. Instead, it's mentioned nearly a hundred pages in, and because of this, it felt like an after thought that the author had to hammer home every chapter. -Repetition *First, the word "tykes" or "tyke" was in so many pages, I wondered if the author had some weird contractual obligation. And the above mentioned vernacular variants also made so many appearances, I could probably make a novella length spin-off with just them. *There's only so many times I can watch Cerulean and Lark's sexy banter come to nothing. He'd either save her or pop up out of nowhere to taunt her, she'd get mad, spout some generic urban fantasy heroine reply over and over again. If they were clever/giveaways to next task or moved the plot along, that would be great. But mostly they were just about sex. Nothing wrong with sex. But we don't need the same dialogue in a different part of the mountain. Felt like someone forgot to edit or they liked the first scene so much, they copy/pasted a version every twenty pages. -Their speaking styles were just jarring *I'll play devil's advocate for a second: could be nice symbolism, human brashness juxtaposed against Fae's upper crust mannerisms. But every time Lark used slang, it took me right out of story. It just didn't work. -A case of doing too much * The Goodreads blurb boasts this will appeal to fans of Labyrinth (1986), Sarah J. Maas, and Laini Taylor. I see where they're going (I made a whole list for Labyrinth, we've got ruling Fae as supposed enemies turned lovers-ACOTAR anyone?- and Laini Taylor herself had a short story in her anthology, Lips Touch Three Times entitled "Goblin Fruit", which had a headstrong modern heroine falling for a tricky Goblin who speaks with an old fashioned tongue. That whole anthology was partially inspired by Christina Rossetti's poem "Goblin Market"). This novel tries and fails to be all those things at once while not knowing how to handle their various tones. *Also, why they gotta be Fae? Was it just to feed off the Sarah J. Maas frenzy? I mean, the clunky bit of him having wings at the very end sure felt like it. When Googling goblins vs. Fae traits, it seems to make more sense for the brothers to be Goblins if you want the trickster/don't trust them angle. Honestly, I'm more interested in Puck and Juniper; he's eloquent/hedonistic, she's smart and prudish. I can see them meshing. But these two... I saw the chemistry and I didn't. I hated rating this so low. I feel so sad when I don't like an author whose past books have moved me to tears. Pretty sure after Hunt the Fae, I'm out. I'm aware that a third book follows the third sister, but honestly I couldn't even remember her name, only that she was a pickpocket. If you're looking for Labyrinth-esque retellings, go for Wintersong by S. Jae Jones or Stolen Songbird by Danielle L. Jensen.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ahana M Rao (Heart’s Content)

    You can find this review of Kiss the Fae on my blog, Heart's Content! Received an Advanced Reader’s Copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. A big shout out and thank you to Natalia Jaster for this opportunity! Natalia Jaster has been one of my favourite authors since I read her Foolish Kingdoms series almost a year and a half ago. I fell in love with her writing, her story telling and her vision. Of course, her well-fleshed out characters remain unforgettable and close to my heart t You can find this review of Kiss the Fae on my blog, Heart's Content! Received an Advanced Reader’s Copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. A big shout out and thank you to Natalia Jaster for this opportunity! Natalia Jaster has been one of my favourite authors since I read her Foolish Kingdoms series almost a year and a half ago. I fell in love with her writing, her story telling and her vision. Of course, her well-fleshed out characters remain unforgettable and close to my heart till date. She always had quiet but poignant messages that can be heard even beyond the harmony of her words. So when I saw the blurb (and cover, OMG) for Kiss the Fae, I knew I had met the next book I would in fall love with. Spoiler alert: I was right. I'm not sure what I thought the book would be like and what direction it would go in but KTF surprised me from the very moment that it started. It was unpredictable, magical, dangerous, fun with some old secrets and some new revelations and lots and lots at stake. Perhaps in the brief time it had been since I'd read Natalia's work, I'd forgotten how well she weaves her words. Safe to say she has only gotten better and better. Her picturization, plot line and pacing felt on point for me and there was not a dull moment, not a flat dialogue and certainly not a single point where the book fell short for me in any of the expectations it had created. It serves us what it promises. Lark and her sisters are a real lovely sight for sore eyes. They're wonderfully balanced and fantastically unique from one another. Without too many words Natalia tells us exactly what we need to know about the sisters and she leads them each beautifully down their own paths (the pun is great with this one). Lark is ... I don’t think I’ve loved a wild, foul mouthed heroine as much as I’ve loved Lark. She’s like the wind. Uncontrollable, with a direction of her own, but touches everyone she passes in her own way. She was a real pleasure to read about and experience the story through. Now Cerulean. Natalia cheated with this boy. There's no way we could have survived him. Why, you ask? For one, he can't lie, and that's already a plus. But that's not what's the best. What's best part is that he's a master at word-play and as a book blogger that's my weakest kink in the armour and Cerulean was a direct hit. Definitely a 5 star read for me. If you're looking for magic, mayhem, madness, love, loyalty, secrets and lots of adventure, you have to give this fantasy a read! Happy reading and stay safe!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Julia

    ABSOLUTELY DIVINE 💚 I am a huge fan of Natalia Jaster, having fallen in love with Trick and the whole Foolish Kingdoms series, and then Touch and the entire Selfish Myths series, so I was hanging out to see what Natalia would do with her take on the fae - because let's face it, who doesn't love the fae with their magic and beauty and twisty versions of the truth?! WELL, I WAS NOT DISAPPOINTED! If you've read Natalia before, you'll know that her writing is just beautiful, her world building and cha ABSOLUTELY DIVINE 💚 I am a huge fan of Natalia Jaster, having fallen in love with Trick and the whole Foolish Kingdoms series, and then Touch and the entire Selfish Myths series, so I was hanging out to see what Natalia would do with her take on the fae - because let's face it, who doesn't love the fae with their magic and beauty and twisty versions of the truth?! WELL, I WAS NOT DISAPPOINTED! If you've read Natalia before, you'll know that her writing is just beautiful, her world building and character development exquiste. she writes with an almost poetic, descriptive quality, that just sucks you in from the first sentence. And if you haven't read her books before, do yourself a favour and pre-order this one 🥰 Without giving too much away, Lark is one of three sisters who flee into Faerie in desperation and as a result, the sisters have to bargain with three powerful fae, three Solitaries, who rule over sky, woodland and river. Three fae for three sisters. Three separate challenges. This is the story of Lark and Cerulean, ruler of the sky. If you like your books with a great story, complex characters, lots of low key angst, enemies to lovers, slow-burn romance and steamy scenes (yes, this is 18+ so be prepared for some 🔥🔥🔥) then Kiss the Fae is for you and it's out on 5 November 2020. p.s. how gorgeous is that cover?! Thanks to Natalia for the eARC, this is my honest review and clearly I loved it😁 It's a big 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ recommended read for me.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Soph

    It’s good but I couldn’t finish it. Not in the head space for it.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Kiss the Fae is the first book in the new adult romantic fantasy series called Vicious Faeries by Natalia Jaster. The Vicious Faeries series follows three adopted sisters as they find themselves up against a massive challenge imposed on them by the fae rulers of the sky, the river and forest. They each have to face their task and win, or they all lose! I love the idea of this, and it sets itself up perfectly for a three book series, because each of the books focuses on a different sister. Kiss t Kiss the Fae is the first book in the new adult romantic fantasy series called Vicious Faeries by Natalia Jaster. The Vicious Faeries series follows three adopted sisters as they find themselves up against a massive challenge imposed on them by the fae rulers of the sky, the river and forest. They each have to face their task and win, or they all lose! I love the idea of this, and it sets itself up perfectly for a three book series, because each of the books focuses on a different sister. Kiss the Fae is all about Lark and Cerulean, the fae ruler of the Sky. I absolutely loved Kiss the Fae. It has everything that I long for in a fantasy- a fantastic enemies to lovers romance, an intriguing plot, wonderfully developed characters and a world that I am transported to. This book made me fall in love alongside Lark and Cerulean, and it made me absolutely ravenous for more of Natalia Jaster's books. Luckily, I know several of her series are on kindle unlimited, because I feel some binge reading coming on! Also, I need book two in the Vicious Faeries series in my life...right now! This book is a must read for fans of romantic fantasies.  As I mentioned above, our main character in this book is Lark. I loved the bond that Lark and her found sisters shared, and I can't wait to get to know Juniper and Cove better in their stories. I am super anxious to find out if there situation is similar to Lark's (nope, no spoilers, you have to read to see what I mean) in her connection with Cerulean, or if their story will have a completely different spin. Lark is fierce, and I love what an equal she seemed to be for Cerulean. She is not afraid to back down from anything, and watching the two of them bicker, fight and just plain go at it, was so much fun! This was enemies to lovers at its' best!  Not only was the romance aspect of the story complete perfection, but the task/quest was really challenging and rewarding. I loved seeing Lark's journey up the mountain and watching her try and puzzle out its' riddles and secrets. I never wanted this book to end, that's how much I was loving my reading experience. Natalia Jaster wove such a fantastic world that I didn't want to leave it. I loved the fae fauna and how animals were such an integral part of the story. That was really beautiful to read about, and I know it will also be present in Juniper and Cove's stories as well, which is something I look forward to. I loved how Natalia gave teasers as to what Cerulean's brothers Puck and Elixir, because it made me even more excited to read their stories. I just know I am going to love them as much as Lark and Cerulean! This is a fantastic book, and it is high up there on my list of favorite romantic fantasies. If you like fantasy, fae and enemies to lovers romance, what are you waiting for? You need to read Kiss the Fae, right now! This is one of my favorite reads of 2020!

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