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KOVACS AND FARKAS ARE FIRE
Reviewed in the United States on October 24, 2020
I finished Savage Lands a few days ago and I CANNOT STOP thinking about this book, these characters, this world! Stacey is back slaying the paranormal romance genre in Savage Lands. Taking place in Budapest, 20 years after the barrier between Earth and the Otherworld fell in the Fae Wars. Brexley is a 19 year old (badass) human who is always looking for a thrill. This thrill seeking eventually leads her to Halalhaz a.k.a the House of Death. A prison where both humans and Fae are housed, including the sexy mysterious legend Warwick Farkas (DANGER DANGER). You need to meet this terrifying myth of a man for yourself. Here’s a tease….
“Get. Out.” A deep timbre thundered through the room, jerking my head around with a jolt. My heart and breath came to a stuttering pause. Oh, my gods… Warwick, covered in blood and dirt, stood a few steps inside the door. His dark hair was down and wild around his face, an open wound slashed over his cheek, dried blood at the corner of his mouth. What was he doing here? His fight had started less than ten minutes ago, but by the dirt and red liquid glinting off his uniform, it was already over. Meaning he had killed one of the top fighters…in minutes. His presence in this room also confused me. He had never been in this bathroom before. As far as I knew, he had his own. So why was he here? Asking me to leave? The guards pushed off the walls, but none of them said a word, staring at him cautiously. “I. Said. Get. Out.” His intense gaze was on me, but his demand was intended for the guards, not me.
I fell in love with not only the main characters, but all of the amazing secondary characters as well. Tad, Kek, Opie and Bitzy were the best! Brex is so resilient, strong and doesn’t put up with any disrespect, but has so much empathy and love in her heart.
Needless to say, MY heart was run through the wringer for this beautiful, strong woman. This book is filled with emotion, laughter and sexual tension. The tension in this book is FIRE, I live for tension….I was NOT disappointed :)