Jessa, the queen of the Faeries, finds herself in the midst of disappearances. When she investigates those who have vanished, she discovers a rogue Sylph. He is ridding the realm of the ones he believes are diseased with the help of Trolls. Together, Micha and Jessa discover their bloodline is more than they thought. They are both descendants of Ancients and Sylphs making them the true Elementals. The very people the Sylph is wanting rid of. If it wasn't enough, trying to protect her people, and the one she loves, Jessa is forced to let Micha go. She pushes him to go to the Ancients where he will be safe from the Sylph's wrath. When Jessa is convicted of meddling in the Sylph's business, she is sentenced to death. Micha, accepting his new role as the Ancient king, wields their power and frees Jessa from the clutches of the Executioners. Will Micha and Jessa save the Elementals, and themselves, or will the Sylph take control of the realms?
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Tonya Coffey lives in Stearns, Kentucky with her husband and two boys. If she isn't reading or writing, you will find her sitting in front of a canvas with a paintbrush in hand.
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Snow Moon based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Jessa is fitting into her role as Queen of the Faeries. She is even coming around to Micha. It seems that their hidden bloodlines are going to bring change to the kingdom. But when a rouge Sylph joins with a troll and others to keep this from happening, Jessa finds herself in prison being drained of her power and life force. Micha is the only one that can find and save Jessa? Will they be able to join their kingdoms and save everyone? I really liked how Jessa and Micha are getting along, but clearly not everyone wants this union. Jessa is still stubborn and doing things her way instead of listening to others and finds herself in trouble. But she has a heart of gold and can’t help but do everything she can to save others. There is lots of action and adventure in this story. There are more prophecies and more happening to the kingdoms than just a union between Jessa and Micha. I love this series and can’t wait for other books from Tonya Coffey. I received Snow Moon for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Deceit and treachery are in abundance as Jessa discovers that people are going missing and a rogue Sylph on his own mission to rid the realm of the “diseased” has formed an alliance with the trolls. Their ultimate goal? To capture and destroy the prophesied Elementals before it’s too late. The magnetism between Jessa and Micha is more than infatuation, their hidden bloodlines prove that THEY are the couple to bring change to the faery world, but as the lost king of his own realm, the Ancients, being together is impossible for now…As death lurks all around her, nipping at her heels, our headstrong and bighearted Jessa once again, ignores all warnings and does things her way, with disastrous results. Weakened, miserable and still scheming on how to release the prisoners of the Executioners, Jessa is being drained of both her powers and her life force. Only one man will know how to find her, but it will take an alliance of two adversaries to arrive in time, if lady luck is on their side. Just when you think you have things pretty well plotted out, a new monkey wrench, or in this case, a troll branch has been thrown in to the mix! Tonya Coffey’s Snow Moon takes us another layer deeper into the world of magic, love and loyalty created just for our entertainment. Jessa has grown into her role as Queen and the sacrifices she is willing to make may break her heart, but she can do nothing less for her people. Another wonderful fantasy for tweens or young adults from Tonya Coffey as her words once again develop strong characters who do not back down when trouble looms large. Enjoy the pluck of youth, as well as the loyalties and determination to do the right thing, as Micha and Jessa grapple with a world in conflict and pain. I received this copy from Tonya Coffey in exchange for my honest review.