Title: One Thousand Kisses
Author: Jody Wallace
Rating: Four And A Half Siren Stones
The Fey Realm Series,Cats, Gnomes
Word Count: 120,000
ISBN E-Book: 978-1-60928-357-5
Publisher: Samhain PublishingReviewer: Nikki
Tagline: When one path closes, another opens—if they survive the journey.
The Fey Realm, Book 2Embor Fiertag, Primary of the Court, has overcome no tougher challenge than the three facing him right now: get reelected, capture the rogue agents who tried to murder him, and improve his love life. The third one should be easy—except he hasn’t exactly told Court trainee Anisette Serendipity she’s his foretold bondmate. Plus, she’s dating his chief political rival and doesn’t seem to like Embor. At. All. Ani has good reason to avoid the stern, serious Embor. Her wayward sister almost got him killed once, and now he monitors Ani like he expects her to do worse. But Ani’s not the adventurous type. She can’t even break up with Warran Torval, a man she knows she doesn’t want, a man who spends half his time plotting Embor’s downfall. When Torval attempts to force a bond with Ani, Embor senses her fear and steps in…directly into an unsavory political strategy gone all too right. Forced to flee together to humanspace with a manipulative magical cat, Embor and Ani must find the courage to reveal—and heal—their vulnerabilities before the fabric between the Fey Realm and humanspace is ripped to shreds. Warning: This title contains sex, fairy drugs, rampant gnomes, bloodshed, and cats ruling the world. As they should.
If you're looking for a different kind of romance book, look no further than Jody Wallace's One Thousand Kisses. Ms. Wallace's imagination is stunning; she creates such an interesting and wonderful world in this delightful book. The storyline is fresh and exciting, as are the characters in it. I had an absolute blast reading this! I am going to have to go back and get the first book, as One Thousand Kisses is the second book in the Fey Realm Series.
The dialogue is humorous and portrays a lot of emotion. The scenes were described well, but not overly done and I had a great sense of imagery in my mind as I read this.
If you enjoy fantasy romance, then you may enjoy One Thousand Kisses. I enjoyed it, and certainly suggest other readers read it as well.