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Free download ↠ Unseelie 107 ☆ ❰KINDLE❯ ❄ Unseelie Author Meredith Holmes – The darkness tasted like bitter bark and earth sharp berries and cold water I could not feel it as it came over me but I could smell it taste it hear it When Alfhild was a little girl her grandmother The darkness tasted like bittUty and the Unseelie long considered the fearsome things that go bump in the night Her brother works for the Seelie ueen The man she loves is in line to inherit the Unseelie throne And both of them are determined to have Lorelei on their side The real world thinks she's been murdered her house has been turned into a crime scene and there are creatures on both sides of the war who call her a traitor She doesn't want to know what they do to traitors Too bad the excitement didn't end at a naked man in her rosebush Things are a lot weirder no. I wanted to like this but I couldn't get through it because the writing style seemed a little too young The style seemed targeted at young adults but the story isn't classed as YA so I was a bit disappointed Between the style and the slow start I couldn't get into it

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I and flees Louisiana to the sanctuary she inherited from her grandmother the ancestral home in England  All is well until she wakes one morning to find a naked man in her rosebush  And the games begin  Lorelei s inauspicious introduction to Cadfael the seductively beautiful Unseelie prince does not prepare her for becoming a pawn between the ancient ueens of the faerie courts Iseult and Mabd  Her big mouth and smartass attitude turn tension into war between the faerie clans the Seelie hiding behind golden lies and their resplendent bea. Wow I have no other words

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UnseelieThe darkness tasted like bitter bark and earth sharp berries and cold water I could not feel it as it came over me but I could smell it taste it hear it When Alfhild was a little girl her grandmother called her a fairy princess and told her all of her favorite tales  She d never imagined they were real Anxious to avoid the swarming reporters and ghoulish souvenir hunters who won t leave her alone when her brother Gulliver is tried and acuitted for multiple murders he almost certainly committed a grown up Alfhild changes her name to Lorele. When Alfhild was a little girl her grandmother called her a fairy princess and told her all of her favorite tales She'd never imagined they were realNow as a grown up Alfhild has changed her name and fled Louisiana and the paparazzi that's been haunting her since her half brother's murder accusations She's now taken up residence in her grandmother's ancestral home in England where all is well until the morning she awakens to find a naked man in her rosebush a faerie prince by the name of Cadfael And then the games beginAll of a sudden Alfhild is unwittingly drawn into the Faerie realm becoming a pawn between the sparring Seelie and Unseelie Courts And it seems her half brother Gulliver is here too playing for the other teamLike me you're probably thinking oh no not another faerie book Aren't all these faerie realm books beginning to sound the same young girl gets sucked into the realm discovers her faerie prince yada yada yada and when all is said and done lives happily ever after This is what I was afraid of when I first started reading But fortunately this story had a few different things going for it to distinguish it from the standard faerie tale setup and unlike many of the other faerie based stories out there this isn't a young adult book For starters we have Alfhild's half brother Gulliver and her best friend Jackie both characters in the story who follow Alfhild from the human realm into the faerie realm There are also several other interesting species besides human and fey and several mythical beings from the old legends such as Jack of the Green and Jenny Greenteeth Some very interesting characters to be sure The unconventional methods by which Alfhild attempts to bring victory to the Unseelie Court in their never ending battle with the Seelie is uite entertaining she's such a ditz LOL and didn't follow any of the preconceived formulas of other stories I've readAccording to an online interview with Meredith this book started it's life as a NaNoWriMo project which grew into three separate self published novels These three novels were then later combined to become the single book it is now During my reading I actually did find myself thinking this seemed to be uite a long book though reading on my Kindle I couldn't uite give a specific page count If I were to hedge a guess though I'd have to say it would probably be over 400 print pages The finished product could have done with a bit editing before being released however as there were some incidents of bad grammar and awkward sentence structure and even a few conflicting facts within the story itself which for an obsessive reader like me detracted a bit from the enjoyability of the reading For future books I'd like to see a bit foreshadowing allowing the reader to speculate a bit Instead it often seemed the facts were laid down as they happened leaving little room for such speculation But I truly believe some of these skills will come with experience as a writer And despite these minor drawbacks I did enjoy the story overall particularly for the differences cited above which allowed it to stand out from the crowdIf you enjoy a good faerie story you should enjoy this as well and can pick up a copy for your Kindle from or directly from Drollerie Press in one of several other ebook formats