Blood Fae Druid #1
Published: May 17, 2022
Publisher: City Owl Press
Length: 346 Pages
My Rating: 4 stars
Part sun fae, part blood fae, all abomination.
There is only one hybrid fae in existence, and that dishonor goes to Lane Callaghan.
After a life spent dodging slurs, threats, and assassination attempts, Lane gave her past the one finger salute and ditched her former fae home for good. The detective agency she and her sisters run on the edge of Las Vegas continues to limp along, with Lane doing more debt collecting and intimidating than investigating, but anything to pay the bills. Between working for low-lifes to bring down even lower-lifes, eating cheesy poofs by the bucket, and flirting with the criminally attractive bartender where she conducts business, life is good.
That ends when a routine job goes sideways, leaving Lane with a sack full of stolen sun shards—the source of sun fae power. Without the shards, the sun fae face giving up their magic completely, or risk death if they use their power. Considering they would rather see her dead, good riddance, as far as Lane’s concerned—except her father and adopted sister are sun fae. Lane must choose—return home to save the fae bastards that almost killed her, or let them burn.
This was a great read. It has everything you could want in an Urban Fantasy. A kick ass heroine with a tragic past, a colourful cast of characters, a unique mythology and the beginnings of a romance. This book hooked me from the very start.
The story just grips you with plenty of twists and turns. I highly recommend it to fans of Urban Fantasy and I can’t wait to continue the series.
I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.