Series: Fairy Queens #1.5
Publisher: Starling Publishing
Genres: fantasy, romance
Source: author | Format: eARC
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FTC Disclosure: I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
[color-box]One promise can change everything.
The fairies must never know of Nelay’s sight, for the attention of such dark and terrible creatures brings more things dark and terrible.
But when Nelay's father is near death, the fairies are the only ones who can save him. All they require is a simple promise that she'll return the favor one day.
Sometimes promises are deadly.[/color-box]
Of Fire and Ash is a short novella in the Fairy Queens series by Amber Argyle. It introduces us to Nelay, a young girl who had spent her life hiding the reality of her special gift… the fact that she could see fairies. Her mother had taught her from a very young age to avoid them at all costs. For one thing, the help of a fairy meant a very high price would have to be paid. In addition, it could bring her to the attention of the priestesses, taking her away to a life apart from your family. But Nelay learns that sometimes it is a price worth paying, or is it?
This is a short read, but a great back story to the upcoming Summer Queen! While you could probably read Summer Queen without it, it adds quite a bit to Nelay’s story!
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Reading this book contributed to these challenges:
- 2015 Ebook Challenge
- 2015 Everything YA Reading Challenge
- 2015 Mount TBR Reading Challenge
- 2015 Outdo Yourself Reading Challenge