Publish date: August 6th 2013
Publisher: Montlake Romance
Pages no: 287
Edition language: English
Series: Grim (#1)
I think this would have made a much better short story, it just kind of limped along, after the into with Morgan in Whales and spotting Rhys as the "Grimm" and then seeing him again when she returns home, the beginning was good and engaging but then it just kind of limps along...there was a bit of a...
For anybody who follows my reviews, you know I love mythology in all forms, this is a delightful turn into Celtic myth. They had the first fae stories and their fairies were far from the sweet versions we see today. They are beautiful but cruel creatures who one should always tread lightly around. B...
I appreciate the author did some research (the Romans, Fair Folk, etc). However, I was annoyed repeatedly by Morgan. She was too stubborn/thick-headed. She does finally believe, but a convenient time. I think I enjoyed the secondary characters more than the primary ones. Especially enjoyed Ran...
This was a fun romantic novel but mostly a great read about the ancient Faye. I have read about them before but this held my interest, iiwill be looking for the sequel.
Rhys is a warrior against the Roman army in Whales but he is taken prisoner. In an escape attempt from the Romans he is captured by the fae and he is forced to serve out two millennium as the grimm in doggie form. Meanwhile Morgan a vet has taken a long desired trip to Whales and comes face to face ...
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