Friday, 12 March 2021

Review of Imitating A Fae Queen by Joanna Reeder

 

They say I look just like her.

They say I could save the realm if I pretend to be her.

But I’m just a human girl and refuse to leave my life to save their precious Raven Court. 


My boyfriend, Sterling, might be a fae, but I want nothing to do with Faerie. Luckily, he promised never to take me. But when his painfully gorgeous brother, Tien, shows up and says I look identical to their missing High Queen, I’m asked to go with him to prevent Faerie from sinking into chaos.

When I refuse, I’m kidnapped.

As I’m forced through the portal to Faerie by the brooding Tien, he promises my captivity is only temporary. If I can convince the Raven Court their beloved queen is alive and well, he’ll take me back home. But while I’m pretending to be her, dark secrets surface. I try not to care, but realize I might have the power to change an injustice that suddenly means so much to me... even as a fake queen.

Faerie is magical and cruel, full of wonder and madness. But it isn’t my home. And yet, it feels so familiar… 

Torn between two different worlds, I’m forced to consider: where do I truly belong?

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My Review: 5 STARS

I picked this up having read from this author before, and was delighted to jump into it the day it was released. A girl with no memories, a missing fae queen and a chance to right wrongs before anyone notices. I loved the world building, the story, the characters, and while I was able to guess some of the twists and turns, they still surprised me when they happened. I adored the plot, and the ending left me wanting more. Overall an enjoyable read and a series that I will be following. Recommended!

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