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Zelle and the Tower (Fairelle, #3)
     

Zelle and the Tower (Fairelle, #3)

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by Rebekah R. Ganiere
 

Sweet and naïve Rapunzelle possesses a dangerous and powerful magick. Her entire life has been spent in a mage tower built by her father, to keep her safe. Or so she's been told. 

Flint Gwyn has spent the last six months wandering Fairelle, wanting nothing more than to wash away the pain of letting family down. Between drinking and womanizing he

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Sweet and naïve Rapunzelle possesses a dangerous and powerful magick. Her entire life has been spent in a mage tower built by her father, to keep her safe. Or so she's been told. 

Flint Gwyn has spent the last six months wandering Fairelle, wanting nothing more than to wash away the pain of letting family down. Between drinking and womanizing he plummets in to despair, with only Dax the werebear to keep him from getting himself killed. 

When Flint and Dax stumble into Zelle's tower while running from a dragon, she finds herself drawn to Flint in a way that awakens startling memories she cannot place. And the longer he stays, the closer she comes to losing her heart. 

Unable to control his feelings for the lonely maiden who brings him peace for the first time in his life, Flint fights to release her from her prison. But in doing so, he may very well bring down the wrath of an evil that's plagued Fairelle for a hundred years. 

Product Details

BN ID:
2940152142471
Publisher:
Rebekah R. Ganiere
Publication date:
04/15/2015
Series:
Fairelle , #3
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Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
213,210
File size:
13 MB
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Meet the Author

Rebekah is an Award Winning Bestselling Author. Her debut novel Dead Awakenings, hit the bestseller list the first day, in January 2014. Her Fairelle Series, released in May 2014 and has won several awards including the Golden Palm and is currently up for the Rone Award. Her trilogy The Society was released by Kensington in 2014 and her new series Shifter Rising is releasing in 2016 from Samhain Press.

Rebekah is currently working on six series in the Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy, Sci-fi genres. She has three more books slated to release this year and another five for next year.

Rebekah is the VP of Communications of the Romance Writers of America Los Angeles Chapter as well as the Newsletter Editor of the Fantasy, Futuristic, & Paranormal Chapter. In her spare time when she isn't writing you can find her moderating and teaching on SavvyAuthors.com or at RWA. Rebekah also cosplays with her kids and is a guest speaker and panelist at San Diego Comic Con and several other Comic Cons on the west coast as well as LTUE, Romantic Times Convention, and Authors After Dark.

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Zelle and the Tower (Fairelle, #3) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Dina1 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed reading this book. As I don't like to give spoilers I'm only going to touch on what I consider highlights. One, this is not your ordinary vampire book, the closest I can describe the background of the book is that vampires now are rulers and humans (what is left of them) are either slaves or on the run. This story also touches on prejudice not only between races but that old one, sexism. The story includes strong sexual attraction between a ruling female vampire, Danika, and a slave, Mason, she purchases to be trained as a guardian. She is beautiful and he is not only handsome but is imposing in size and strength. Someone is out to harm her and in trying to protect her Mason exposes a long held secret. Find out if that secret will keep them apart and maybe even destroy what's left of this new world. The only reason it took me several days to finish this fascinating story is that I had out of town family visiting and could only read when everyone had gone to bed; I tried but sleep kept creeping up on me. The book was worth the wait. I highly recommend this book to all who love a really good paranormal story.
closkot More than 1 year ago
My Thoughts - 4 out of 5 Unicorns - I really liked it!!!  The cover is unique and the classic style, but she just looks way too thin…like scary thin. This is book 3 in the series.  It is for adults only due to the steamy scenes and violence.  I recommend reading the series in order so you can have the benefit of knowing and understanding each character better, but it is not required. I really enjoyed this book, but Flint is not my favorite Gwyn brother or character.  I just want to slap him for the way he acts.  I think if I would have liked him more, I would have loved this book, but he just irritated me.  Zelle is strong, caring, and been through some stuff.  She has to worry about who she is and more as the story goes.   I love the world of Fairelle and can’t wait to read more.  Rebekah does a fantastic job with her descriptions and the complex stories that are all weaving together into the fantastic world that is Fairelle.  I’m not sure how long I have to wait for book 4, but I’ll be looking for it :) I recommend this series to all those readers who love all the new fairy tale twists that have become popular lately especially if you like daemons, vampires, werewolves, fae, and more from the paranormal :)
Anne_C More than 1 year ago
Flint Gwyn, vampire hunter, is on a journey, accompanied by Dax, to find a "cure" for his sister's vampirism.  Yes, he's sure she can be cured.  Flint is extremely stubborn, and it really doesn't seem to matter to him that Snow doesn't want to be cured.  It's been a long journey with, of course, lots of rest stops at taverns to feed his need for drink....and other appetites.  Hiding from a dragon that has injured Flint, they manage to sneak into a tower in the middle of nowhere, a mage tower.  In the tower, they meet Zelle who cares for Flint's injuries and feeds them.  They decide to rest up there for a few days, because the mage, Zelle's father, isn't expected back.  Zelle has been locked in the tower for as long as she can remember, told by her father she is too dangerous to be free.  Well, Zelle and The Tower, is a book full of surprises, and the Fairelle series keeps getting better and better.  Flint is a totally conflicted individual, but there is no fighting the attraction between him and Zelle.  Poor Zelle has been locked in the tower for....how long?  Even she doesn't know...well, not until she finally remembers who and what she is, and who she is supposed to be with.   With a whole lot of angst, Flint and Zelle despair of ever being together; it just doesn't seem possible; especially for Flint who never feels like he measures up.  Zelle, on the other hand after initially accepting her fate, decides to fight tooth and nail for what she wants.   And Dax, what is that strange attraction he holds for the dragons?  Rebekah Ganiere has woven another well-written complicated story out of the Rapunzel fairy tale.  With mages, daemons, dragons, and our favorite characters from the other Fairelle books, some charming new characters and some evil beings, what a great tale of danger, adventure and love, whetting our appetite for the next story out of Fairelle.  I, for one, can't wait for the next exciting tale.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great retelling of the story of Rapunzelle. You don't have to read the other books in the Fairelle series to know what is going on in this book. Zelle is a strong female character and I love that she takes the time to develop the characters even the owl. I haven't read the other books in the series but didn't find myself confused at all. the love story between Zelle and Flint is wonderful and the way that it is told really captures your attention. I couldn't put this book down.
kimIA More than 1 year ago
Zelle and the Tower was a wonderful new story to continue on the series for Ms. Ganiere. I loved the way she weaved the story about the conflicted, bruiting, angry, lost brother of Snow's named Flint. Once he meets Zelle his life will never be the same. The story also adds more mystery to the werebear Dax's life which only leads you to want more and more storyline. The characters and strong, loyal, loving and well written and I absolutely loved the ending. I can't wait until I can read the next addition to this series. I was given this book and just asked to give an honest review.
Pamela_Talley More than 1 year ago
Zelle and the Tower, Fairelle Series Book3 by Rebekah Ganiere Mystery and Magic: Vampires, Demons, Dragons and Love so strong! Rebekah R. Ganiere has created a world destroyed one thousand years ago. The mages of that time wrote down the nine prophesies. The first prophecy was the reuniting of the Sisterhood of Red with their fated mates the Weres. The second prophecy is of the vampires and Sageren, or Sage who is the exiled, rightful King of Tana Darah and all the vampires. Now Zelle, Flint and Dax will have to find their strengths to overcome their weaknesses to solve the third prophecy of the Banished. The story of Zelle and the Tower is a very different fairy tale than that of Rapunzel you read as child. This one is soo much more interesting. This is a love story on many levels; a love story of a brother for his sister, a love story of the friendship between two men and the love story of a man and a woman. It is also a story of the evil greedy creatures that are determined to control Zelle, use her magic and rule all of Fairelle. Zelle has been held in the Tower by an evil mage named Rassmus who has stolen her magic for fifty years. What is it about this period of time that ties so many strings together? Flint and Zelle are drawn to each other from the very beginning. Dax consumes the old histories in the Tower library; he finds an old tome that will affect all in the land of Fairelle. All the lives of the people in the prophecies are intertwined. The actions of a few affect many. The story will keep you reading late into the night. There are twists and turns to the plot that will keep you guessing what will happen next. Ms. Ganiere takes time to develop her characters making them real. The books are best read in the order written as you will meet people and learn history that enriches all the books that follow. Thank you, Rebekah for sharing the world of Fairelle and all your wonderful characters with all of us.