In the third of the Macayla Lane series, Macayla “Mac” continues on her search for the evil Sinsar Dubh, a book of black magic that has existed for over a million years. Her hard work appears to be paying off; when Mac receives a page torn out of her dead sister’s journal, she knows she must be getting close. Mac is torn between her allegience to Jericho Barrons, a book-store owner with deep, dark secrets and V’lane, a lethal Fae prince. Mac doesn’t know who to trust, and must rely on her growing skills as a sidhe-seer. She’s still desperate to seek revenge for her sisters death, but also feels the need to help out her fellow sidhe-seers prevent the the walls between the human world and Faery from collapsing.
I mentioned in my reviews of the two previous books that I disliked Mac’s character. She seemed selfish, naive, and overall irritating. She seemed more concerned about her attire than the lives of those around her. That said, I’m starting to warm up to her. Her character has grown a great deal in the past two books.
Faefever is much darker (literally) that the other two books. The city of Dublin is smack dab in the middle of a feud between humans and the Fae world. This book exudes sex and sexual tension which is a bit different than the previous two. But, like in the other books in this series, the storyline and characters are addictive. Following the norm for these books, the ending is hot and, like Mac’s, leaves you gasping for more.
As stated above, this is the third in a series. I do recommend that you read this books in order. While Moning provides substantial backstory at the start of each book, you really can’t get the essense of the characters without reading the previous books.
I highly recommend this series for fans of paranormal fiction and romance.
Thank you once again to TLC Book Tours for providing me the opportunity to partcipate in this tour. Be sure to check out the other stops:
Thursday, October 21st: Rundpinne
Monday, October 25th: All Things Urban Fantasy
Wednesday, October 27th: Mindful Musings
Monday, November 1st: Peeking Between the Pages
Wednesday, November 3rd: Parajunkee’s Views
Monday, September 13th: Dark Faerie Tales
Monday, November 8th: The Cajun Book Lady
Wednesday, November 10th: Luxury Reading