Saturday 13 April 2024

Book Review: Empress of Fae (Blood of a Fae #3) by Briar Boleyn (Fantasy Romance)

Empress of Fae (Blood of a Fae #3)
Briar Boleyn
Starwater Press
25 October 2023
eBook - EPUB
Fantasy Romance
ARC via NetGalley

Divided by Oceans but Eternally Bonded

Morgan Pendragon has another name now: Morgan Le Fay. As her true heritage slowly emerges from the mists of the past, Morgan renounces one possible future as the new ruler of the fierce Siabra fae and the wife of the Prince of Claws and vanishes through a portal–returning to Camelot and the Rose Court where her friends and younger brother lie in mortal peril from Arthur's cruel wiles.

But back in the Court of Claws, Kairos Draven won't allow his beloved to disappear from his life so easily. His bond with Morgan goes beyond blood, love, life, and even time itself and neither one of them can relinquish its power or its pull.

Yet Morgan is no ordinary woman. Not only is she beginning to manifest remarkable abilities, but the powers of the gods themselves run through her veins, bestowing her with an unimaginable power and an unthinkable claim over all of Aercanum and beyond...

A claim which some will stop at nothing to put a halt to.


I had enjoyed the first two books in this series and was keen to read on. I still liked the story, but I did find myself less captivated than I was during the earlier stages. I think I preferred the development between Morgan and Draven in the initial books, which was less of a focus in this third volume. Even so, the tale was still entertaining, the pacing good, and it was a quick and easy fantasy read, with plenty of steam on the romance side of things. I am giving it 3.5 stars.

I received this book as a free eBook ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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