Faerie Song Trilogy
July 4, 2013
Fire And Ice
by Michele Barrow-Belisle
Adventure wasn’t something Lorelei Alundra was interested in. Gifted with two other-worldly talents for singing and healing, she’s always shied away from her gifts and the spotlight, preferring quiet anonymity, over attention and fame. But when she meets the enigmatic Adrius, with his dark and dangerous mystique and eyes that could see into her soul, her uneventful life becomes irrevocably altered.
Adrius turns up in every one of her classes and knows more about her than any newcomer should. Including the condition of her mother who is suffering from a mysterious illness. Accepting his offer to help leads her into a terrifying and thrilling world, where Elves are even hotter than Legolas, and Faeries.... are nothing like Tinkerbell. The two magical beings are fire and ice opposites. One Lorelei can’t help falling for, and the other she's compelled to be with.
Now she’s trapped, expected to prevent a war between witches and faeries, or forfeit her mother’s life. Nothing is what it seems. Not her family. Not the Fey. Not even Adrius, whose feelings for her balance precariously between desire and danger. Despite her better judgment, she can’t say away from him.
As secrets unravel and unsettling truths are revealed, Lorelei must fight to save much more than her mother’s life. One mistake could put the fate of his world, and her soul in jeopardy.
But hey, no pressure… right.
"Great start to a series!" By Shakera Blakney 1 year ago
Growing up, everyone at some time in their life believed they were different. Lorelei is no different... except she is different. She has this mysterious and unexplained ability to heal people. Throw in a hot elf AND a hot fey, a few people wanting get to kill you and you have quite the story!
I haven't read a book with this much angst in such a long time! I found myself constantly wanting/needing to know what happened next and what will happen after that. The characters are well developed and yet mysterious. There were moments of frustration because of misunderstandings and moments of humor so that the story didn't get too serious so quickly.
I truly enjoyed this story and I am looking forward to reading much more of this series!