How Does It Feel? (Infatuated Fae #1)

How Does It Feel? (Infatuated Fae #1)

by Jeneane O'Riley
How Does It Feel? (Infatuated Fae #1)

How Does It Feel? (Infatuated Fae #1)

by Jeneane O'Riley

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This portal fantasy has all the elements to make it pop—an enemies-to-lovers romance, a clash between humans and fae, deadly trials and more. With rich world-building and characters you’ll be glad to spend time with, you can burn through this book and know that there’s plenty more to come in the series.

A forbidden obsession

Unyielding family allegiance

Three deadly challenges

THE HUMAN.

When a trip into the forest to collect a rare mushroom goes horribly wrong, I find myself falling through a fairy portal and straight into the arms of the Unseelie Fae prince. The dangerously unhinged and handsome Unseelie Fae prince.

What could be more horrible than that? He thinks I'm an assassin sent by the humans to kill him, not a biologist.

Determined to kill me first, and rid himself of the human he has unwillingly grown obsessed with, yet also needing to entertain his people, the villain challenges me to three deadly trials.

If I survive, I gain my freedom. But if not...

The Fae.

I've never felt anything but hate and loathing until my eyes found hers--the vile human assassin's. She is a parasite that has mercilessly latched onto my mind and won't let me free.

My hand itches to be ungloved and feel her smooth skin, even though I would never. The Unseelie Fae royals would rather burn than touch a repulsive human.

I fear that if I do not destroy the girl soon, she may be the only thing that's capable of truly destroying me.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798986597898
Publisher: Chestbeard publishing
Publication date: 03/01/2023
Series: Infatuated Fae Series , #1
Pages: 388
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.86(d)
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