Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Chasing Faete by Sarah Marsh, Maia Dylan and Elena Kincaid

Title: Chasing Faete
Series: Beyond the Veil, 1
Author: Sarah Marsh, Maia Dylan and Elena Kincaid
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/F/M
Page Count: 117 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Erica’s been on the run from her parents’ murderer for years, but her luck has finally run out. She finds herself caught by the man who tortured her for years, but she’s prepared to fight him rather than go back to the Fae King. She almost thinks she’s hallucinating when two wolf shifters appear out of nowhere to save her—but that could be the blood loss talking.

Leo and Ben are thrilled to stumble onto the scent of their mate as they were on a routine patrol. They follow their noses and barely find her in time, wounded and battling with a group of armed Fae. Life is about to get a whole lot more complicated when it comes to mating their little pixie.

Erica can’t deny the bond she feels with her wolves, but will the need to avenge her family and change the fate of the Fae realm cost her the loves she’s waited so long to find?

Erica has escaped her capture but has reached a dead end at exactly the wrong moment. Leo and Ben have found a Fae fighting with skill but seriously outnumbered. Will they be able to even the odds and save their future?
In Chasing Faete a new series by Maia Dylan, Sarah Marsh and Elena Kincaid, shifters and fae must form an alliance to protect their collective futures. I enjoyed Leo and Ben. They were just alpha enough for Erica. And in Erica they have found the mate they were not actively looking for. And both males were willing to do whatever was necessary to protect her. While I liked Erica, she gave me a few issues. I enjoyed that she was a kickass female. My problem with her is she never seemed to fully trust her mates. Even by tales end she didn’t seem to learn that lesson. But overall, I enjoyed this new world Ms. Marsh, Ms. Dylan and Ms. Kincaid created. This story is a nice quick read full of action. I am looking forward to where they will take us next in this journey.
                            Five Shooting Stars

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