Indie Book Review: Kiss of the Fey, by Charlotte Cyprus

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I found this a light, exciting and enjoyable read. It’s been awhile since I’ve read a fairy-tale style story and Kiss of the Fey reminded me why I liked them so much. When I read the first couple of chapters, I was worried it was going to be a bit run-of-the-mill (the business of the enchanted sleep and
being saved by a kiss) but luckily the standard fairy-tale tropes was just a setup to get the necessary basics out the way and for the real story to begin. The first act mostly deals with Johara gathering her strength and her wits to deal with the bizarre situation of being married to a king with the title ‘the Horrid’. At first she intends to be the docile wife just so she can survive, but it quickly becomes apparent she’s much too strong willed for that. I liked Johara and was…

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