by E.A. Weston


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ISBN-13: 9781538017876
Publisher: NOOK Press
Publication date: 03/13/2017
Series: Avalon , #1
Pages: 258
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.58(d)

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Killian 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Stephen Fisher for Readers' Favorite Killian: The Avalon Series Book 1 by Elizabeth Kelly is an adult fairy tale romance that begins with Killian working as a night club bartender on a fairy tale theme night. He sees a woman that captures his attention, and instantly falls head over heels in love with her. Killian is actually a fairy prince that had to leave his homeland when his family was murdered. He can only return when he finds his true mate, allowing him to return to Avalon. Killian has been in the human realm for over a hundred years when he finally meets his true mate; a beautiful college student named Reagan whose parents mysteriously disappeared a couple of years earlier. Reagan has been searching for them since. She could not sell her parents' house because they are not officially dead. It takes a while before Reagan begins to trust Killian, especially when her rival, Savannah, keeps him company whenever he fails to keep their dates. Things change for the better when she becomes homeless, and Killian invites her to stay with him at his apartment. When she learns that Killian is a fairy and he declares her as her true mate, she doesn’t know if she is ready for that kind of commitment. Miss Kelly does a magnificent job of relaying Reagan’s emotions whenever the story develops from her point of view, her relationship with her best friend Alex, as well as her hesitations concerning Killian. When Killian decides to help her find her parents, they uncover a box with the same markings that are on his wooden statue. All of the characters in this book are well developed with believable quirks and temperaments. The story becomes full of surprises after she discovers by accident how to open her parents' wooden box. Set in both the fairy realm and a modern day city, Killian is magical and a true modern day romantic fantasy. This book was hard to put down, from beginning to end. Well done!
Mindy_Wall More than 1 year ago
Oh I love this story.  It combines the best of romance stories and fantasy stories, but it ends on a cliffhanger and I hate that. I laughed, I cried, I tried to keep turning pages after I got to the end because I wasn’t ready for the story to end and I didn’t like how it ends.  So there has to be more to this story…a second one.  However don’t wait.  Read this fabulous story now. I give this story 4.5 out of 5 clouds
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book can't wait for the next one .
dsubsits More than 1 year ago
Killian (The Avalon Series Book 1) by Elizabeth Kelly Prince Killian of Avalon, needs to flee his fairy kingdom after it is attacked, and his family is murdered.  He seeks refuge in the human realm and can only return once he finds his true mate. Killian is a wonderful and imaginative story.  It is fast-paced and impeccably written.  It is full of mystery, romance, drama, and fantasy. Killian is a worthy leader and hero.  My heart went out to him for all he suffered and lost.  He would make an excellent King.  He is kind, yet a warrior. Reagan Lunsa is a fun character.  She is an art student who makes jewelry for a living.  She has had a difficult life but doesn’t let that get he down. She has some trust issues, but that is to be expected. I enjoyed Claudia’s character and her connection to Kilian and Regan.  She was a good friend to both, yet mysterious. I liked the similarities between Killian and Reagan: Claudia and her gift to both; the poem they both knew; the story of the fairy prince and the moon goddess. Killian ends in a cliff hanger, and I really want to know what happens next.  I have a feeling it is going to be good.   Complimentary copy provided by author in exchange for an honest review.
blueeyeztexgirl More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading Killian and liked the story. Reagen is trying to find the her parents that have disappeared and the mystery behind it. She meets and is attracted to this hot and sexy guy by the name of Killian. Things start to unravel and some of her questions are answered to a degree as your read the story. The story goes into Avalon and bring many new questions and intrigue and you learn more of the different worlds. The story will captivate and leave you wanting to know the whole story. I was drawn into the story and enjoyed reading about Killian and Reagen! I cannot wait till the next book!  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What an amazing book! This story grabs your attention right from the start. We meet Prince Killian in his own world and fall in love with him  only to watch his heart break when he has to leave. Reagan is a fantastic character, she doesn't fall for the guy immediately but makes him earn her trust and together their stories become one. Can't wait for book 2 !
KittyKat4 More than 1 year ago
*This book was received via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* *Actual rating: 2.5/5 stars* I really liked the first half of this book but then it went downhill from there. The first half was quite original and I really enjoyed reading about Killian and his time in Avalon. The second half of the book though was quite awful. After meeting his soul mate or true mate Reagan, Killian transforms from a strong and independent man into a spineless vegetable who only cares about stalking Reagan and tryingto make her fall in love with him. This common trope of soul mates and their undying devotion to one another is so overdone and I was quite disappointed in this turn of events especially after how strong the first half of the book was. What saved it for me was the journey back to Avalon and that cliff hanger ending which left me wanting more. Overall, the plot of the book was quite good however the romance let it down as it was cliche and caused the characters to change significantly and quite unrealistically.