Audiobook Review: Winter Fae Queen by J.R. Thorn and Lexi C. Foss. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Winter Fae Queen by Lexi C. Foss

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Royal Water Fae I’m in love with just hired me to be his intern. 

Oh. My. Fae. 

I only applied for the job because of a dare, and now I’m packing my bags for the North Pole. 

No big deal. I can totally be professional. I haven’t seen him since the Academy anyway. Maybe he’s gotten fat from all the Winter Fae sweets? 

Except, no. Kalt hasn’t gotten fat at all. He’s still perfectly chiseled and even more gorgeous than I remembered. And worse? He has two equally hot friends. 

A royal elf named Lark. 
And a sexy-as-sin selkie named Norden. 

I am so screwed. And I mean that literally because the elf and the selkie seem to think I’m their mate. Only Kalt completely disagrees. 

Oh, and not only am I dealing with these three hotties, but my water magic is also on the fritz. I accidentally stirred up a snowball fight in the middle of Santa’s workshop, then ice tinsel started shooting from my fingertips like confetti. 

It’s a problem. 
One I’m not sure how to solve. 
So, yeah, wish me luck! And send warm vibes. I really need some help melting all this snow… 

Winter Fae Queen

Winter Fae Fun at the North Pole!

The following ratings are out of 5:
Romance: 💚🖤💙❤️💜
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📙📘📔
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌏🌎
Character development: ☺️😮🤩😘🥰
Narrator(s): 🎙🎙🎙🎙🎙
Narration Type: Duet Narration

The heroine: Artica – She is a Water Fae who has applied for an internship at the North Pole with Kalt, whom she has had a crush on since they were at the Academy together. She was hoping she would get this internship so she wouldn’t get assigned to the Hell Fae or Shifter Fae. She was afraid of animals after being attacked once.

The Heroes: Kalt, Lark, Norden – Kalt is an elemental Fae and a Water Fae Prince, Lark is a royal Elf and Norden is a Selkie. The Winter Fae mate in groups of four, a triad of males and a female. Prince Lark has found two of his mates, yet the Water Fae Prince has denied the bond. So Lark sent out some Winter Fae Magic to lure potential mates to the North Pole in order for him to become the Winter Fae King. Kalt is a gruff and grumpy guy who is very attracted to Artica, though she is now his intern so he knows he can’t do anything about it.

The Story: Lark was created as a Winter Fae, meaning he possesses pure Christmas magic and his father is the King, so he would take his fathers place soon. Lark is convinced that Kalt belongs in his triad, but Kalt absolutely denies that, since he will have to give up his place as a Water Fae Royal, though he is nephew to the king, so not in line to be crowned.

This story was great. I loved the Winter Fae World, it was fun and whimsical. There was mistletoe, deserts for breakfast, lunch and dinner, sweets with enchantments, elves and everything good and fun about Christmas. Add in a palace, the Winter Fae Court and an upcoming coronation, what more could you want? Oh and did I mention the steamy scenes? They were HOT! And there weren’t too many of them.

The story was told in multiple points of view via duet narration with a bunch of great narrators. Zachary Johnson, Vanessa Moyen, Gregory Salinas and Kale Williams did the narration and all of them do a great job. Gregory Salinas and Kale Williams are two of my newer favorite male narrators and Vanessa Moyen did a terrific job, especially when Artica ate a candy cane with a singing enchantment and started to sing everything she said. There was lots of dirty talk. Artica was in love with her men’s creamsicles and they liked her candy center just as much. It was terrific.

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