Fantasy Romance for Review: Night of the Fae by Lyneal Jenkins

Intl. Multiple Award Winning Novel by Bestselling Author Lyneal Jenkins

“I love you,” he murmured as the wisps of light returned to his body.

What he didn’t say was that his love came with a heavy price and life was never going to be the same again.

Ana Martin has endured her share of problems in life. When she meets Gabriel, she believes that she can finally leave her troubles behind her.

But Gabriel has a secret…

He may look human and be born of this world, but he is Siis – a race who evolved millions of years ago to a transcendent state, who now take solid form to hide among us.

When the homeless start dying at an abandoned Tannery, the police chalk it up to suicides. Ana knows different. The Siis have a past mistake they would rather forget, one that puts Ana in more danger than she can ever comprehend.

Before long, she becomes a target for the Fae, once innocent children changed by the Siis thousands of years before. They are able to intensify and feed off the negative emotions of their prey, and are filled with malicious intent that has no bounds.

Can Ana survive the world of the Siis? More importantly, can she do it with her mind still intact?

Night of the Fae is the first book in the Ana Martin series, which follows Ana as she is drawn into the secret world of the Siis, an ancient race of empathic beings torn apart by war, treachery and the consequences of past actions. It has won awards in fantasy and cross-genre, and it continues to receive acclaim from readers and bestselling authors from around the globe.

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Praise for NIGHT OF THE FAE:

“Ten stars at least!! Awesome reading experience!” ~ rhenette, 5 stars

“Not your traditional Fae!” ~ dmmcconn, 4 stars

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