by Sharon Lee, Steve Miller

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BN ID: 2940148466154
Publisher: Baen
Publication date: 09/01/2008
Series: The Fey Duology , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 496
Sales rank: 326,791
File size: 844 KB

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Duainfey (Duainfey Series #1) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Rebecca Beauvelley has little prospect for a good marriage ever since her arm was crippled in a phaeton accident in which the drunken young male driver died. In order for her younger sister to make a good marriage, Rebecca first must be wed. Shockingly, her father has arranges for her to marry some elderly rake. Though she would prefer not to, Rebecca has no say in the matter.

However Altimere the Fey crosses the thin divide to show Rebecca her mortal future of abuse from an uncaring spouse if she says I do or she can go with him and cross into his realm. She daringly chooses to accompany the charming Altimere. Once she enters the land of the Fey, she learns her host is using and abusing her as a degraded sexual pawn to gain political power.

At the Fey court, Meripen Vanglelauf awakens from his needed healing sleep after suffering torture at the hands of humans. He hates mankind who also killed his beloved after torturing her in their quest to control fey power. In spite of his dark feelings, his queen sends Meripen across the divide to the human side to learn what poison they are using to kill the woods.

This is an engaging erotic fantasy that fails to tie up any major thread even the anticipated meeting between the two flawed lead characters never occurs; the assumption is their encounter will happen in the sequel, LONGEYE. The story line is action-packed with both subplots fast-paced as the theme switches from a Regency romance to a dark horror fantasy. Radically different from the "Liaden Universe", DUAINFEY is a strong set up tale that will probably better serve the audience to read it just before LONGEYE.

Harriet Klausner
scot2512 More than 1 year ago
I bought this eagerly as I have enjoyed the Liaden series. Don't waste your money. Between the sex, S&M, poor dialogue and non existent plot it reads as if the authors are throwing together a screen play for a soft porn video. Normally I donate my overflow books to our public library but this went straight to the garbage where it belonged.
LJT on LibraryThing 7 months ago
Rape fantasy? Not my thing.
readinggeek451 on LibraryThing 7 months ago
After a devastating war, the Fey erected a magical barrier. Now there are new dwellers--men--in the lands on the other side. Rebecca is an earl's daughter, with a withered arm and a tarnished reputation. Her father arranges a marriage with a man who proves to be cruel. A visiting Fey offers to take her away, and she agrees. But he has plans that have nothing to do with her well-being. There are hidden rivalries among the Fey, and Rebecca is about to play an unwilling part.Dark and disturbing, but compulsively readable. It ends in the middle of things; the sequel (Longeye) is already written.
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