Book Review:Bad-Ass Faeries 3:In All Their Glory

It is finally here! The third installment of the Bad-Ass Faeries series! I got the opportunity to read this book pretty quickly, and I am glad I did.

This collection of stories is based around military faeries, and war. Each story highlights the trials and tribulations of the fae.

Fans of the series will be delighted to see the works of their favorite authors in a new way. Authors such as Trisha Wooldridge, Christy Tohara, DC Wilson, Bernie Mojzes, Danielle Ackley-McPhail, and others return to tell all-new stories.

Like with the previous two anthologies, each and ever tale presents the reader with a new set of interesting cares to care for, or hate (or love to hate!) If you read from beginning to end, you will want to know what adventures you will become a part of next!

There are a couple of newcomers as well. They slip into the ranks with the others perfectly. These talented authors write passionate stories with adventures, and heartbreak. It keeps the pages turning.

This anthology will delight those who love the fae, and those looking something out of their normal expectations. It leaves the readers hungry for more, and anticipating what the Bad-Ass series will come up with next!!

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2 Responses to “Book Review:Bad-Ass Faeries 3:In All Their Glory”

  1. Hey, Heather,

    Sorry it has taken so long for me to comment, or to respond to the email you sent me. Thing are crazy getting ready for Balticon.

    Thank you so much for the wonderful review. So glad you enjoyed the book!

    Best,

    Danielle

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