I was just a normal girl in a normal human world. I'd loved. I'd lost. I'd grieved, and after some time, I moved on.
Then, and quite suddenly, he returned.
He—Peter Pan, my first love; a monster in disguise.
In the end, he paid the ultimate price, but his demise wasn't enough.
Now, I'm paying off the interest, dragged into a realm filled with wicked creatures I thought only existed in fairy tales and lores.
They want answers.
And I have none to give.
But the proverbial hourglass is draining of sand, and as darkness consumes, I find myself accepting the fact I'll never make it home.
I'll die at their merciless hands.
That is, until one valiant creature intervenes—leader of The Lost Boys.
Finding Wendy was by sheer chance.
From the moment I saw her, I was blasted with this fierce sense of duty.
I can't explain it.
All I knew was, I had the save her.
So I did, brought her back to the Woodlands—The Lost Boys' stomping grounds. But her connection to Peter leaves her as ostracized as he once found himself.
Until her mortality poses a concern, one the factions can't ignore.
One no one has answers for, either.
Both my father and the Sacred Six warn there might not be any, but that doesn't deter Wendy from trying to find a solution.
Despite such pressing matters, though, there's a singular thought that incessantly crosses my mind.
Proof that fate is real.
And I'll be damned if anyone—or anything—tries to rip my little wolf away from me.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Lost Girl is the second book in the Rosewood Realm and I really didn't think Dee could top Venom but it is a close tie-up. Lost Girl is the story of Wendy being taken into the realm by Tinks because of everything that went on in the first book. Now that Tink has Wendy where she wants her is Wendy in more trouble than ever before? Tavi hears Wendy yelling for help in the dungeons below and has the need to save her. He never thought saving this human woman would change the course of his and her life. I absolutely recommend this series to anyone that enjoys the twist, turns, remaking of a fairytale that will blow your mind.
***5 Stars*** Venom kinda blew my mind with how the author took the Peter Pan story and gave it a really, REALLY interesting twist, one that even I couldn’t have imagined, and it also left me NEEDING more of the Rosewood world and the characters that inhabit it, and Lost Girl gave me all that I was hoping for and more, and has me making grabby hands at the next book in the series. I adored Wendy and Tavi. Wendy’s entire world has been turned upside down and tossed sideways, and yet, she doesn’t totally breakdown. She finds a strength inside her that even she didn’t know she had and found a way to take everything in stride. Tavi is all kids of book boyfriend goodness! This man is sweet, compassionate and loyal. He goes with his gut and doesn’t back down from anyone (well, with maybe one exception). Tavi and Wendy’s journey to their HEA was a lot of fun. There were ups and downs, kinda hard not to have them considering how Wendy ended up in Rosewood, but they were easy to understand and I liked how they handled it all. Their romance was a mix of insta & slow burn that I liked because the chemistry was there, but they took the time to get to know each other before anything truly big happened between them. The big bump was an interesting one, but I really liked how it all turned out for them in the end. This book surprised me a little, not in a bad way, more in the pleasant way kind of surprise because Venom was pretty dark in some ways while Lost Girl still had some dark elements, but nothing as big as in Hook and Tinksley’s story, and it worked really well considering just who Tavi and Wendy were. As for the secondary cast of characters, catching up with Hook and Tink was definitely interesting and I really liked the Lost Boys and hope to get to know them all better, but Tigerlily was definitely the start of the show for me and I cannot wait to see just where her story takes us! Note: While Lost Girl can be read as a stand-alone, I highly recommend reading Venom first as the storylines in the books are interconnected. ~ Copy provided by the author & voluntarily reviewed ~