Review: Fairy Unbroken by Anna Keraleigh

Fairy Unbroken by Anna Keraleigh
Series: A Fairy Novel (# 3)
Release Date: January 17, 2013
Publisher:  Evernight Publishing
Pages: 89
Source:  book provided by the publisher for review
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What happens when the human-hater finds his human mate?

When Keyn was a boy, he fell from the sky. Cruel human men found him and the child within ceased to exist. Now he lives for battle. His sole purpose in life is to protect the King and Queen from threats, but he has a secret. Every night when memories plague him, he wakes and flies to her. His mate. Found long ago and one he does not want to claim.

Trillian has enough on her plate with a dying brother. When creatures attack, she’s thrust in a mythical world turned real and confronted with attempts on her life. She wants nothing to do with the fairy kingdom until her brother takes a turn for the worst and a little fairy help may just save his life.

Can Keyn get past his hatred and let Trillian heal his broken soul?

 

Review: I didn’t know how this book would go when I started reading it. I never knew it would go the way it did.

Keyn distrusts humans and he has a really good reason for that. The fates have a bad sense of humor when they gave Keyn a human mate named Trillian. Every time he gets close to a human or smells one he goes into panic mode.

Trillian never knew that other things existed until she was chased by trolls and saved by a man that had red and black wings. All she ever wanted was a way to save her brothers life. She never thought she would be a mate to a fairy.

I could feel the pain that Keyn was feeling. I understand having to go through something as painful as he did and then having to live and try to face his demons. It is something that I had to do myself. I remember how sick I felt when I had to face the darkness. How anyone could do that to a defenseless person is beyond me.

The author knows how to weave a story. You never think that a fairy would have to face things like Keyn did but you realize that life doesn’t care who or what you are. There is always someone there that will help you get through what life gives you and will help you see the light that is at the end of the tunnel.

If you love stories with fairies and other mystical creatures then this is the book for you.