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Hawk Fae
     

Hawk Fae

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by Terry Spear
 

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Sometimes doing a good deed can prove to be a disaster, Ena, dragon shifter fae, discovers as she must flee her home. But her staff chooses to go with her and deal with the dangers to reach the safety of the hawk fae kingdom, if the king there welcomes them. The human, Brett, promises to help her escape the marriage to the despicable dragon fae prince, rather than

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Sometimes doing a good deed can prove to be a disaster, Ena, dragon shifter fae, discovers as she must flee her home. But her staff chooses to go with her and deal with the dangers to reach the safety of the hawk fae kingdom, if the king there welcomes them. The human, Brett, promises to help her escape the marriage to the despicable dragon fae prince, rather than return home to his Earth world. And now all the dragon shifter fae are at risk of having to face the dragon fae king's wrath.
Esmeralda, the hawk fae king's sister has been imprisoned by the griffin on their island for half of her life and she finally makes her escape, only she gets herself into even more trouble.
Against her wishes, Ena must forsake Brett on the journey, and he finds his world is turned upside down once again and now he has to survive the life or death trials of the phantom fae kingdom.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148240877
Publisher:
Terry Spear
Publication date:
01/14/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
291,930
File size:
159 KB

Meet the Author

Bestselling and award-winning author Terry Spear has written over fifty paranormal romance novels and four medieval Highland historical romances. Her first werewolf romance, Heart of the Wolf, was named a 2008 Publishers Weekly’s Best Book of the Year, and her subsequent titles have garnered high praise and hit the USA Today bestseller list. A retired officer of the U.S. Army Reserves, Terry lives in Crawford, Texas, where she is working on her next werewolf romance, continuing her new series about shapeshifting jaguars, and having fun with her young adult novels. For more information, please visit www.terryspear.com, or follow her on Twitter, @TerrySpear. She is also on Facebook at And on Wordpress at:
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Hawk Fae 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I could not stop reading it wanting to know what was going to happen next.
LindaTownsend More than 1 year ago
Terry creates the most incredible flights of fantasy - in this case, fae-tasy - with her books. For now, he wanted to help Ena escape the dragon fae king's wrath. As soon as Prince Grotto learned what she was about to do in the worst way. The reason she was in this mess was because Brett had helped take Princess Alicia prisoner. As Alicia's reward for saving the Princess, Alicia's grandfather had declared that Ena would wed Alicia's cousin. He was a dangerous dragon fae. Sure Ena would become a Princess if she were to wed Prince Grotto. Brett also knew that the fae intended to use her for her special skills and terminate her when she proved useless. Brett wasn't sure how to help Ena move her gold and staff to somewhere safe. Hopefully, in the Hawk Fae kingdom. They didn't have U-Haul trucks in the fae world. She was a dragon and that meant she wasn't leaving without her horde of treasure. Linda's Thoughts: HAWK FAE by Terry Spear is another wonderful addition to Terry's World of Fae series! This one seems to serve as more of a transition from the last book, DRAGON FAE, to the next book, PHANTOM FAE as the ending is rather abrupt and there's a cliffhanger of sorts which is an anomaly for the books in this series. I missed that there wasn't a satisfying ending, but that's ok, as I already have PHANTOM FAE queued up to go on my phone! In my opinion, this book would not work well as a standalone, as this particular storyline and characters were introduced in the last book, DRAGON FAE. Whereas the former books all worked well as standalones, I believe that the reader needs to be familiar with the story and the characters from the first book, THE DARK FAE, for full enjoyment of this storyline. So... if you want to jump into the series, and you don't want to read all the prior books, at least read the first book before starting fifth book. If you do it that way, you will not be lost in the current plot. Truly, every book in this series have been endearing treats that I can see myself listening to over and over again. For your maximum enjoyment, I'd highly recommend you start from the beginning as the series is best read in order. As HAWK FAE begins, dragon shifter fae Ena is making preparations to flee her castle in the Dragon Fae kingdom with her horde of treasure and her staff of faithful misfits. She is leaving because the Dragon Fae king had decreed that Ena would wed the evil Prince Grotto. Ena is vehemently opposed to marrying the Prince, so her only choice is to leave and find refuge in the Hawk Fae kingdom. However, the trip will be fraught with danger and it will not be easy. This was truly an exciting, action-packed installment as it included a shipwreck, No Man's Land, vampire fae, freaky sand snakey creatures, multiple sword fights, cliff-side rescues, and much, much more! If you love fairies and YA fairy tales, I highly recommend that you delve into Terry's delightful World of Fae series! This is a series that you can enjoy with your children or grandchildren. It's perfect for the young and old alike! LOL! I'm in my sixties and am obsessed with it! My full review is posted at Reading Between The Wines Book Club. Please check it out there! 4 Wine Glasses!
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It should be mentioned somewhere whether or not this is the first book. While it may be completley obvious to some, I really didn't know. I can hope it is though.