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text 2019-09-20 00:06
Fever series by Karen Marie Moning
Darkfever - Karen Marie Moning
Bloodfever - Karen Marie Moning
Faefever - Karen Marie Moning
Shadowfever - Karen Marie Moning
Iced - Karen Marie Moning
Feversong (Fever Series) - Karen Marie Moning,Jim Frangione,Amanda Leigh Cobb
High Voltage - Karen Marie Moning

I read the first few books a while back, like when they were first released, they were just meh then. I figured I would give it another shot. Great decision. I tried the audio editions of the books, spectacular decision. I found a few new narrators to enjoy, newer to enjoying audiobooks, and a new favorite books series.

 

Everytime there was a new narrator for one of these books I would cringe when I first heard their voices. I was worried it would ruin the story for me. It didn't, I enjoyed each of their reading styles, some more than others, but an all around positive experience. I must say I find that I hard time adjusting to new narrators when they switch mid series, like I get lost in the different pronunciations, reading speeds. I didn't have that with these. I must say that at first I did not like the first narrator's southern accent much in the beginning of the first book, but she grew on me.

 

I love the world these books are set in. There is so much to read about. So many awesome and fantastical elements to the story. The way the world works is nothing short of being one of the most interesting concepts I have read within the genre, urban fantasy. This isn't a place I would want to live in, but it sure is one I love to read about.

 

I used to not enjoy books about the Fae, but after reading these books and also the A Court if Thorns and Roses books I have very much changed my opinion. I now seek out books with them as a major part of the story. 

 

I read some of her Highlander books a while ago, thinking I may give then another read soon, while these books are still fresh in my mind. 

 

Does anyone know if any other series that follows the same characters and storyline throughout the series that has Fae characters? Preferably as the main, or one of the main focusses. I have read these, A Court of Thorns and Roses, and tried Merry Gentry books. I got bored with the Gentry books, has anyone read them? And do they get better after the first three installments?

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review 2019-03-23 20:58
Baby Fever: The Complete Series 1-5 by Nicole Casey
Baby Fever: The Complete Series 1-5 - Nicole Casey

 

 

Baby Fever is the best of Nicole Casey. This series tugs at the heart while tempting the soul. Alphas, babies and the women who love them. From second chances to sneaky heroes and accidental everything, Baby Fever is a wonderful asset to any book shelf.



Marrying the Wrong Twin - Emotionally Stunning! 

Looks can be deceiving. Behind the fabulous life can lurk some ugly truths and Casey puts those facts on full display. My heart broke for Asha. A woman who doesn't quite know how to be a grownup, because the people who say they love her treat her like a pawn in a childish game. Rustin is the one person who sees beyond the broken woman. His choices don't always make him likable, but a bit more understandable. I didn't expect to like this heartbreaking read, but I fell in love with the characters. (5 stars)

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text 2017-04-22 06:49
Reading progress update: I've read 130 out of 512 pages.
Feversong: A Fever Novel - Karen Marie Moning

Heh. Who's fucking whom over? I think they are going through with the plan, just changing it to the sword and fucking Cruce in the process but *shrug* gambit pile-up here, and we have a whole cast of magnificent bastards.

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quote 2017-04-22 04:51
The most critical, defining battles we wage in life, we wage alone.
Against ourselves.
Feversong: A Fever Novel - Karen Marie Moning

Feversong by Karen Maire Moning

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text 2017-04-22 04:34
Reading progress update: I've read 75 out of 512 pages.
Feversong: A Fever Novel - Karen Marie Moning

“So, die."

 

This conversation!

 

“Figures you’d make me do the dirty work,”

 

All of it

 

Chop…head?”
“Oh, you really suck,”

 

Priceless

 

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