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Wicked Lovely (Wicked Lovely Book 1) by Melissa Marr Review

Hi ForeverBookers, how are you? Hope you’re well! 

I’ve just finished Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr, a reread from over 10 years ago, and I really enjoyed it! 
I read Wicked Lovely for a few readathons again:
• For the Fae readathon hosted by my Facebook friend because it’s a Fae read...
• Book Bingo...for a book that’s won an award. Wicked Lovely won the award for: the RITA award by romance writers of America...
4 Stars!
Rule #3: Don't stare at invisible faeries.

Rule #2: Don't speak to invisible faeries.

Rule #1: Don't ever attract their attention.

Aislinn has always seen faeries, her whole life. Her Grams has warned her away from them but that doesn’t stop her from seeing them. When the Summer King, Keenan comes into Aislinn’s life, she has a choice to make. To join the fae as their supposed queen, to become a Winter girl or to stay human but watch as the Fae world dis…

Moondance at Stonewylde (Stonewylde Book 2) by Kit Berry Review

Hey ForeverBookers, 
How are you all? I hope you’re great!
I’ve just finished “Moondance at Stonewylde” by Kit Berry, and I really, really loved it! It’s the second book in the "Stonewyldeseries.The books have to be read in order so please read Magus of Stonewylde” (book 1) first. Here’s my review of it:
“Moondance of Stonewylde” continues the events of “Magus at Stonewylde”, where our main characters Yul and Sylvie are trying to find ways to be together, without getting in trouble with Magus or Sylvie’s mother, Miranda. Added to this, Sylvie’s Moondancing is far more prominent in this novel, as the title and cover suggests.
Sylvie and Yul start to develop deeper feelings for each other, which only incenses Magus and makes him more determined to keep them apart, no matter what the cost, even the lives of them. Magus’s brother, Clip plays a bigger role here, too. He actually helps Magus tort…