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Away with the Faeries
(Get Your Rocks Off – Book 1)
by Sam Hall
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Fantasy Medium Burn RH
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down & Dirty
Lyrical and unique, this new kind of Faerie adventure is free on Kindle Unlimited.
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
They’ve haunted my dreams, now they’re coming for me.
I’ve lived in Gisbourne my whole life, feeling like nothing other than a set of symptoms to my family, my town.
Asked to photograph the outright debauchery of Avalon Records latest launch, I look and I look and I look until finally I see it.
My parents gave me a camera when I was a kid to help me see the truth: there’s no such thing as the fae.
What if they were wrong?
Seriously, what else could these beautiful people be?
My favourite band, the Changelings: a group of bad boys who shine in my lens, so brightly they threaten to burn me up. Why are they taking an unholy interest in me. Hunting me down, luring me closer, using every damn means they have to box me in, tie me down. And for what?
I’m about to step beyond the lens, become something else altogether and I’m not sure any of us are ready for it.
This is a reverse harem, paranormal, enemies to lovers kind of romance with multiple love interests. 18+ only for steamy goodness.
Thoughts on Away with the Faeries
I loved the beginning of this book. The writing was lyrical and melodic, with descriptions that wrapped around the words and created imagery as seductive as the text. Honestly, it was everything that I could want in a Fae novel…. but something switched around the half way point. The writing itself didn’t change, but the pacing did, and the events moving forward felt discordant and jarring.
Frankly, I was disappointed. The lead up was phenomenal, but the other side of that mountain shook me loose, and I feel the loss. I wanted to love this book, and maybe you will. My issues may not be your’s.
First Person, Single POV
For now? MMF… but that is going to change.
Character Age Range
My Final Verdict on Away with The Faeries
Melodic in tone, though jarring in pacing, this is a unique Fae centered Reverse Harem, introducing a new world.
Away With The Faeries
Published May 30th, 2020
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What are you reading today? Have you read this book yet? What about other Sam Hall books? Leave a comment, I would love to talk!
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