To Covet the Fae by LE Wilson #review #bostick
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To Covet the Fae
by L.E. Wilson
Genre: PARANORMAL ROMANCE
When Heather Knight, aka worst Faerie ever, finds out that the man she’s been crushing on is a supernatural creature of lore, she decides her best bet would be to get far away from him as she can, and as fast as possible. Faeries and wolves just don’t mix. Ever. So she heads to the closest airport.
However, she isn’t quite quick enough. In a strange twist of fate, Heather finds herself standing in front of the Fae prince, and Brock soon joins her. In a move that would rival the white rabbit’s, they find themselves thrown into a game of Survivor meets Alice in Wonderland. To win the game, and the girl, Brock has five days to find Heather and return them to where he started. Yet the real games begin when they get back.
To Covet the Fae is the first book in the Kincaid werewolves’ series. Nevertheless, I had some trouble figuring out some references to certain situations or people the book was talking about, which are later explained as the plot evolve. However, it makes me wonder if in another of her series those references are part of the main plot or if simply there is none and the mystery and confusion regarding those are just part of the normal plot of To Covet the Fae. Regardless, this paranormal series is quite the twist of Alice in Wonderland. We have a Fae (Heather) flying from China to Seattle to help her friend and flirt with the handsome hunk that is helping them, and the hunk (aka Broke aka handsome lonely wolf) who signed up to help the girl of his friend escape to Seattle. Nonetheless, they ignore they would met each other and much less that the prince of the Fae would use their feelings for his very own amusement and, perhaps, also a selfless purpose.
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About the author:
Author of the Deathless Night Series and The Kincaid Werewolves series, L.E. Wilson is a member of the Romance Writer’s of America and is active in both the Greater Seattle and Eastside chapters near her.