Seducing the Sun Fae (The Fada Shapeshifter Series, #1) by Rebecca Rivard (Review by #NerdGirlSara)

Seducing The Sun Fae

Title: Seducing the Sun Fae (The Fada Shapeshifter Series, #1)

Author: Rebecca Rivard

Published Date: May 1st 2015

Genre:  Paranormal romance


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A Dark Shifter Alpha…
Dion, alpha of a clan of river shapeshifters, has had enough. The sun fae queen has seduced many of his best warriors, leaving them fit for little but fishing and drinking wine, and draining life-energy from all his clan in the process. Then comes the final straw—she works her wiles on his youngest brother. It’s time to turn the tables on the shallow, pleasure-loving queen.

A Jaded Fae Queen…
Cleia is a two-hundred-year-old fae whose powerful glamour gets her any man she wants. But she’s bored. She wants something more—and the river fada men have it. So when she meets the big, untamed river shifter, she sets out to seduce him, even though something in her warns this man is dangerous.
She all but orders him to her bed.
That’s just what Dion is counting on…
SEDUCING THE SUN FAE is a full-length paranormal romance novel, free of cliffhangers, with an HEA. For readers 18+ only.


***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***#NerdGirlSara’s  Review***

First, I have to say, it’s a full length novel! I was so happy that it was a whopping 338 pages! I’m a fast reader and love a world I can stay in for a long time.

The best thing about Seducing the Sun Fae the originality of this supernatural world. The fae have become more and more popular lately and the usual standard in the subgenre is a male fae seducing the female lead. Seducing the Sun Fae features a feisty female fae, a very refreshing take on fae stories.

I also loved the focus on Dion, our male lead and a shifter, often times in romance novels the male characters aren’t as well fleshed out as the female characters but Dion was a real person, a strong but carimg alpha concerned about his people’s welfare and seeking revenge for his brother.

Cleia wasn’t very likeable at first so I was definitely rooting for Dion and his plan to capture her but as the story goes on she is humanized more and more. I really ended up loving her character.

I found nothing to dislike about Seducing the Sun Fae, I loved the Rock Run water shifters (called fada) and the energy consuming fae. It was a unique blend of Celtic and Greek mythology.

Overall, this debut novel was amazing, definitely a 5 star read.

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