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Who's right and who's wrong?
Reviewed in the United States on May 23, 2020
I really enjoy how each of these authors writes individually so I was psyched when a co-write from them was released. Their shared words were seamless to me and everything I love about each of their individual styles is here together.
I'll admit that, at first, I didn't love Aubry. I didn't dislike her exactly, but she doesn't have a support system and that's given her a chip on her shoulder. Strange or not, I started liking her more after she gets captured by the 3 shifters. There are a lot of questions of what exactly is going on and who's responsible for doing what, but in the midst of that, Aubry starts showing vulnerability and feelings.
The guys - each one was distinct to me with their own personalities and their own hang-ups. There's a lot of push and pull happening between Aubry and Bodie and also with Easton. There are hints that perhaps there will be more of that with Drake as well in book 2. There's also a mix of serious talking and banter so you never know how an interaction is going to play out until it does.
The pacing for Fae Captive is excellent although the second half of the book definitely went faster (which isn't bad). This first book does end on a cliffhanger but thankfully, book 2 is already out at the time of this review and I'll be diving right into that one next. Hopefully these two ladies consider continuing their magical co-writing on other projects.