When Brett is forced to fight alongside the phantom fae, which means take a stand against Ena and her kind, he's not doing it. She will always have his loyalty, though when she learns he's one of her enemy fae, and a mage on top of that, she might not feel the same about him.
Still, Prince Grotto is their common enemy, and if it means fighting him, maybe they can work together. Yet, Brett wants more than that with Ena. Will she ever see him as more than just a human fae seer she took as payment for rescuing the kingdom's princess?
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Enjoying the series & like how you still see/ get glimpses of the characters from the previous books.
Another incredible flight of fae-tasy!!!! "Teach him something useful, will you?" Elorian shook his head. "It is like housebreaking a puppy. There are bound to be lots of accidents and lots of cleanups." Frustrated beyond measure with the whole situation, her missing staff, an out-of control mage, a frozen mage, and a cursed phantom fae turned raven, Ena couldn't believe the mess they were in. PHANTOM FAE by Terry Spear is a fun, exciting, action-packed installment in Terry's World of Fae series. As the story opens, there's so much going on! Brett is undergoing mage trials and goth Dragon-Shifter-Fae Ena is assisting her fellow dragons in moving from the Dragon Fae kingdom. War is declared and each fae is picking their side. Will Brett fight against Ena? Human Fae seers Brian and Mark don't want to go back to the human world... what will happen to them? Oh my! Just thinking of all the shenanigans makes me want to listen to this story again! In my opinion, this book would not work well as a standalone, as this particular storyline and characters were introduced in DRAGON FAE and continued in HAWK FAE with PHANTOM FAE as the culmination of the plot that has encompassed three books. Whereas the first four books in this series 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, before delving into 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 the fifth book. If you do it that way, you will not be lost in this current plot. That is not a bad thing! Truly, every book in this series have been endearing treats that I can see myself listening to over and over again. Heck! For your maximum enjoyment, I'd highly recommend you start from the beginning as the series is a banquet of playfulness! We were introduced to Elizabeth Phillips' narration in the last book, DRAGON FAE. I still miss the narrator from the first four books, but Elizabeth has stepped up to the plate and she is doing very well. I'm so glad the series is continuing in audio form. I still miss the prior narrator's playful tones - she was perfect for this whimsical series - but Elizabeth's voice is very clear and she is doing a good job voicing the characters. I would not hesitate to pick up another book narrated by Elizabeth Phillips. If you love fairies and YA fairy tales, I highly recommend that you delve into Terry's delightful World of Fae series! The series is great for younger readers, but just as fun for older teens and adults and the stories are perfect for enjoying with your children or grandchildren. LOL! I'm in my sixties and I'm obsessed with it! This segment captured my attention from the beginning to the happy ending with endearing characters and loads of high-spirited adventure along the way. My only complaint is that I didn't want it to end! GOLDEN FAE is the next book in this enchanting series. I can't wait to listen to it!!!!! My full review is posted at Reading Between The Wines Book Club. Please check it out there! 4 1/2 Wine Glasses!