Property of the Fae by Laxmi Hariharan
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏
Character development: 😳☺️🤫
The Hero: Tristan – he is with the Fae Corps and is partnered with Jess to track down the Fae resistance.
The heroine(s): Jess – best friend to Gia from Stolen by the Fae. Jess is a dragon shifter and is tasked by the Bureau of Shifters to see if the Fae and Shifters can work together
The Story: The Fae and the Bureau of Shifters have agreed to peace and have put Jess and Tristan together to track down the rest of the Fae that think their race is superior to all the others and should rule over all other races.
The Fae in the Fae corps all have very strong Fae powers and are the only Fae that can teleport. Tristan considers himself an Alpha-hole and makes no bones about how much he wants Jess. Jess has issues from her childhood which affected her greatly. Though Tristan also has secrets he has never told anyone.
Like Stolen by the Fae, this book was told in dual POV and has dual narration and like that book this was narrated by Wen Ross and Kai Kennicott. I hadn’t heard these two narrators before the first book, but really liked them. They sounded a bit different in this book, but I enjoyed it just as much.
I like when the Hero uses a nickname or terms of endearment, but Tristan called Jess “Fire” and she is a dragon. A bit too spot on for my tastes. I didn’t like this one as much as the first book. The relationship between these two was very weird. Tristan is very dominant and wants Jess as a submissive. She fights against wanting that as well though she does want it and then when he makes her mad, she jumps him over and over in some weird mating ritual before she burns him with her fire.
There were parts of this that were completely unbelievable. Jess has children and keeps thinking about them and about telling Tristan about them. At one point she is worried they are in danger and she knows she has to go to them. Though she has plenty of time to have a few intimate encounters with Tristan. Priorities, right?
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