Friday, July 14, 2017

Catching Faete by Maia Dylan, Sarah Marsh and Elena Kincaid

Title: Catching Faete
Series: Beyond the Veil, 4
Author: Maia Dylan, Sarah Marsh and Elena Kincaid
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/F, M/F/M
Page Count: 58 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
Publisher Blurb
Beyond the Veil, 4
They say that when one door closes, another opens, but when Erica made her choice to stop a madman, she couldn’t have imagined the price that she would have to pay. The future she’d risked everything for has just changed forever. 
The existence of the Dark Fae and their Goddess comes as a shock, but the fates have one more surprise in store for Erica and her mates in the form of orphaned twin babies who steal their hearts—but these children are not like the Fae Erica is familiar with. They come with powers that she and her husbands know nothing about. The Dark Fae council will watch over them to decide if they are capable of raising the twins, making Ben, Erica, and Leo feel the pressure of having their every move scrutinized. 
When the twins’ dark powers begin to emerge, will one Fae Queen and two warrior shifters have what it takes to navigate the uncertain waters of parenting … and will the Dark Fae council agree to let them try?
Be Warned: ménage sex (MFM), anal sex, double penetration






Review
Erica knew she faced consequences for the way she ended the reign of the false King. She never expected it to cost her her future. But when she is given the opportunity to raise twin orphans as her own will prejudice steal her dreams?
Catching Faete by Sarah Marsh, Maia Dylan and Elena Kincaid is a quick read. It definitely should be read in chronological order as it revisits Erica and her men. I enjoyed seeing Erica and her men after their happily ever after. I loved that Ms. Marsh, Ms. Dylan and Ms. Kincaid showed the chemistry and devotion between Erica, Ben and Leo still survives even with the loss of biological children. But can they still be parents? This addition shows that love can grow and accept. I enjoyed seeing another side of these characters. I also loved that the authors allowed us to have the peek into their new reality.
                               Five Shooting Stars

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