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Silver is a beautiful liar. 

She's human.

And a fierce killer of fae.

She marks her kills on a silver vambrace so everyone can see her savagery and stay away. As long as she keeps protecting downtrodden humans from monstrous fae-folk, and hiding the true reason for wearing magic-cutting silver, her loneliness is of no consequence. Selected for a high priority mission, she bravely heads into Elphyne, never expecting one of their worst waiting for her. Wanting her. Craving her.

Shade is sinfully attractive.

He's a vampire.

And the most hard to resist of the Fae Guardians.

From the Queen's bed to The Order, he uses the power of sex to get what he wants. Eventually they all succumb, and they all fall short of harmonizing with the darkness hidden in his soul…until he finds the one woman who resists his every charm.

Seducing Silver will be a challenge, but it's one he was made for.

Nothing will get in his way. Not the evil creature terrorizing Elphyne. Not the human enemy with dastardly plans of their own. Not the Unseelie Queen’s obsession with him. Not even the betrayal of the one person who can hurt him the most.

This courting of savage hearts is a symphony.

And theirs will be one for history.

©2022 Lana Pecherczyk (P)2022 Lana Pecherczyk

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Awesome!!

Absolutely love this series! Cannot wait for it to continue…there is so much to be said about a strong man and woman loving each other!

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hot and steamy. alot of lessons we can learn from. inspired to be a better human/other

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New Narrators......again

This is the third book in this section of the series (Season of the Vampire) but it is actually the 6th book in the REAL and overarching series (Fae Guardians). I had a feeling that I might have a problem with the Shade/Silver story, just from the blurb. What little we have been told or shown regarding Shade, it hasn't been too flattering. He was a vampire that came across as quite arrogant - in the cadre of 12, that's saying something - and he wasn't too keen on the whole "well blessed mate" thing. But, I was surprised when I started reading/listening to it that I ended up liking Shade fairly quickly and the person that I really had a problem with was Silver.

Not to beat a dead horse, but AGAIN we had two new narrators for this series. So far in 6 books, there has not been ONE narrator who has continued on with the series or has even read two different books - neither male or female. Each time a new book comes out, there is a brand new set of narrators and this book had the narration duo of Simone Lewis and Logan McAllister. The lack of continuity is becoming extremely annoying. Especially since this time the narration really bothered me. Specifically the male narrator - his narration came across as grating and choppy. I've mentioned this in the past, but I think this was the one time when the audio played a key part in my overall feeling about the book.

Being the last book in the Vampire section, we already had an idea of what to expect since we have watched the other two Vampire's find their mates. This time though, we got an entirely new perspective from Silver, who has spent her 6 years in the Human city, and cannot fathom the idea of having to give up metal - and is that really necessary? She also seems harder and more stubborn - though the woman in this series have all been strong willed (which is a definite character strength) but not helpful in the whole "meet and fall in love" dance. I thought it was funny because I was personally a little bit annoyed with Silver and her attitude and then when something happens (no spoilers) that puts Silver in a difficult position, I ended up being upset that certain people treated her a certain way. Weird, I know. Pick a side and stick with it......:)

So this completed the smaller story arc, but we are still way in the middle of the series story arc which is the possible war between the Humans and the Fae, and the manipulation that is occurring with Nero and now Rory.

Things have been set in motion, someone is kidnapped and it looks like there is going to be some massive drama coming up. It looks like the Elves are next.

Interesting...interesting....

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  • 07-22-22

Her fury would not be tamed

Silver tried living in Elphyne when she woke in this time, but soon becomes a danger to others & flees to the human city Crystal City to keep herself in check. Over the years she has develop something of a reputation as one to avoid. Because of this is she is tasked to go into Elphyne on a very important mission. A mission that will change her world in ways she was not prepared for.

Shade has been waiting for his mate since he knew of her existence & now after months of waiting she has walked right into his path. This begins a hilarious, steamy battle of wills as each tries to woe the other to their side.

Another great edition to the series that is just getting better & better. Lana has created such a beautiful world, with characters you can't help but love & some great tension filled moments.

Was great to get more on Shade & Maebh's history & her descent into madness. Willow is such a cutie of a character & her scenes had me laughing so much. She must be such a terror in that house.

Like each story has its own set of narrators to give an individual voice to the characters.

I love the foreshadowing of whats to come & cannot wait to get to the Elves stories.

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