Title: Faerie Riddles
Author: Cassia Rose
Genre: High Fantasy/Shifters
Length: 51 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (June 1, 2016)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3 Hearts
Blurb: Alastar Connors’s studies of the changelings who live in the forest beyond the Great Iron Wall have been greatly aided by his friendship with the mischievous Gadhar. As a faerie creature, Gadhar’s soul takes a frightening shape, but he’s always behaved as an eager-to-please puppy around Alastar.
When an intimate moment leads to an unexpected revelation, Alastar fears he may have jumped to some ill-informed conclusions about his friend.
In his attempts to fix the misunderstanding, Alastar stumbles into the kind of trouble that even a quick-witted changeling might not be able to get him out of.
Review: Alastar has studied the lives of changelings for some time, but he was always told never to talk to certain ones. He had a strange friendship with Gadhar, but there was also the rule that a changeling could never go behind the gates. So in a time of need he breaks the rule, but finds out that Gadhar might be more than he had expected.
Now this one is a bit strange and not as appealing as it would seem. Also the ending was just down right wrong. It gives a hint of what could happen but that was it. I was quite displeased with this story and ended up giving up.
This was one story that was just not for me.
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