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Book Review: Beautiful Worlds (Faery Realm #3)

Book Title: Beautiful Worlds (Faery Realm #3) bw

Book Author:  Jennifer Ridge

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 5-paws

This is an interesting book 3. We hardly get any appearances by Alexis and none from Molly. I think… It’s a long book. We meet a Seer who’s a human girl with a tendency to change her appearances so the fae won’t remember her. This gal is strong and knows a lot about the fae. Along the journey, we get to see Jynx and Finch. Finch opens up and we learn her point of views on humans and her relationship with Lark. Lots going on. I don’t know how many books the series will have but I’m looking forward to seeing how Alexis and the Seer will work together.

For 17+ who like adventure, romance and traveling between worlds. The cover is imaginative.

Book Review: Divided Worlds (Faery Realm #2)

Book Title: Divided Worlds (Faery Realm #2) dw

Book Author:  Jennifer Ridge

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 5-paws

I love the second cover than for book 1. We have three point of views. We learn about what’s inside Keir’s mind and more about his darkness. We learn more about Alexis and what actually happened to Molly while she was in the fae realm. There will definitely be a third book and I’m really looking forward to it. ^_^ I’m loving the adventure and all of the new characters. My favorite character is Jynx. I think I can get along with her very well. I loved her dress for the ball. I so want one.

For 17+ who like adventure, romance and traveling between worlds. Plus the cover is very pretty.

Book Review: Between Worlds (Faery Realm #1)

Book Title: Between Worlds (Faery Realm #1) bw

Book Author:  Jennifer Ridge

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 5-paws

This is a fun and sometimes scary young adult novel about fairies, humans, and adventure where one damsel tries to safe her damsel best friend. I wasn’t sure I would like this book because the main characters are 17 year olds and I try to read less with teenagers being main characters, mainly I’m much older and I can’t relate anymore to teens but this book really pulled me. I swear, it has fae magic and pulls in readers.

For 17+ who like adventure, romance and traveling between worlds. Plus the cover is very pretty.