The third novel in Karen Marie Moning’s Fever series, Faefever brings us the one event we’ve been waiting for.
It’s getting closer and closer to Halloween and Mac still hasn’t heard much from the Lord Master. Than, all of a sudden, she starts getting copies of her sister’s journal; the Lord Master begins to woo her; and her relationship with V’lane and Barrons gets an interesting curve ball. And through it all, Mac still needs to figure out a wall to keep the walls between Faery and Earth from collapsing.
I have to say, I’m really liking the conflicting emotions V’lane and Barrons have been inflicting upon Mac. The fact that they do not like each other, but they’ll stand together against Mac’s questions about them, it’s great. Plus the sexual tension has been escalated to a point where I want to see something happen in Dreamfever when it comes out. There was a lot of innuendo that I kind of what something. I don’t care what it is, just give me a nibble.
The plot itself was good. I loved the twist at the end. It definitely sets up Dreamfever and now I have a lot of anticipation for it. You know what’s going to happen, or what you would like to happen, but there is still so many different ways it could go simple because of what everyone else was doing at the end. This time around, there really wasn’t the “final battle/conflict” or multiple conflicts scattered throughout like we’ve seen before, but everything that happened was there to affect the final scene and it worked out great. There was never a time where it was slow and there was enough going on that it actually gave you more backstory on each character.
Overall, I’m really enjoying this series and I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to find it. If it wasn’t for the release of Faefever, I probably never would have started it. The girls in my paranormal group were raving about this novel and that’s what made me pick up the first one – Darkfever. this is definitely a good series, so if you haven’t picked it up, then go get it!