I received this book for free from Own, Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Charmed Vengeance by Suzanne Lazear
Series: The Aether Chronicles
Published by Flux on August 8, 2013
Genres: Faries, Romance, Steampunk, Young Adult
Source: Own, Publisher
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Also in this series: Innocent Darkness, Fragile Destiny
Also by this author: Innocent Darkness, Fragile Destiny
In the Faerie realm, Noli Braddock's relationship with her best friend V has grown into something more. But V's mother, Faerie Queen Tiana, has ruled that they are forbidden to see each other. Returning to the mortal realm, Noli joins the crew of her brother's air-pirate ship, the Vixen's Revenge. There she discovers that her brother has hired the scallywag Faerie huntsman, Kevighn Silver. While serving as shipmates, Kevighn and Noli learn that the Earth Court King plans to find a forbidden artifact--one that will bring destruction to everyone Noli loves.
I’ve missed these characters so much. Charmed Vengeance is told in multiple points of view. We have Noli, Keveign, and V.
In Charmed Vengeance we get to go on an adventure. V has a things he has to do, but can’t have anything to do with Noli. Noli is trying to figure out how to live after being a part of the Faerie realm. And Keveign is doing his usual and drinking his life away. We also get to meet Jeff and Vix. I freaking love Vix. She’s bossy, and doesn’t take crap from anyone. Jeff drove me crazy with being so over protective of Noli.
There are twists and turns in all directions. You don’t know who you can trust, and what will happen from one day to the next. There always seems to be an obstacle, and our characters literally just miss each other in the same locations. There is a ton of action. I mean what can you expect when you travel with air pirates.
I don’t want to give much away and spoil anything for you, but this is a great sequel, and had me wanting to the next book right away. Things happen, questions are sort of answered, and some people are just awful.