Review: Fae Captive by Elle Middaugh & Ann Denton

Length: 311 pages

Published: April 22, 2020


Source: Kindle Unlimited


They think capturing me will help them win the war.

But they just made the biggest mistake of their lives.

As a summer fae princess and chief enforcer for the Mage Police, it’s my job to stop shifters dead in their tracks—emphasis on the dead part. And if one criminal slips through my fingers while I bag another, well, that’s not a good enough reason to demote me—in my opinion.

Determined to prove myself to the mages, I go after the worst criminal out there: The Shadow. But when that mission gets blown all to hell, I find myself a captive of three shifter warlords.

Being their prisoner shows me all about the darker side of the war. But the thing is… I’m not afraid of the dark.

Or them.

My thoughts 💭

I liked this book. Aubry is good at her job as chief enforcer but she’s drawn the attention of the shadow and his crew. She gets captured by them and finds that everything she’s been told may not be truth and these criminals may be her mates. Brodie accepts the mate bond and is determined to make her admit her feeling for him. He was a psychopath but I loved him! Easton and Aubry have a connection but Brodie doesn’t want to share…hopefully he gets over it soon. I don’t really know how to feel about Drake. He started opening up some but then there’s the mess he made by trying to stick to the plan. I can’t wait to read the next book!

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