Winter’s Kiss, by G. Bailey | Book Review

Hello friends! Today I’ve got my review of Winter’s Kiss by G. Bailey.

Winter’s Kiss is the second book in the Her Guardians series. 

Trigger / Content Warning: Sex Scenes

36309678Winter’s life has been turned upside down since finding out that all the fairy tales exist and she doesn’t know who to turn to.
When love and old prophecy’s control your life, who can you trust?
When everything is against her, can the men who love her keep her alive?
The rules are changing and Winter needs to fight to protect what is hers and avoid the destruction of everyone she has come to love.
What happens when you want to stop a prophecy before it’s too late?

18+ due to violence, sexual scenes and language
*This is a Reverse Harem Series*
Book two of Four.

From GoodReads [x]:

“REVERSE HAREM” IS, LITERALLY, THE OPPOSITE OF “HAREM”, WITH A GROUP OF MALES CENTERING ROUND A SINGULAR FEMALE, USUALLY WITH THREE OR MORE MALES. QUITE OFTEN FOUND UNDER THE ROMANCE GENRE.

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What confused me the most about the beginning of Winter’s Kiss is how easily Winter accepts her mates. In the last book, Winter’s Guardian, Winter was disbelieving–incredibly reluctant to even admit that she has feelings for her guys. And somehow, between this book and the last, Winter accepts the guys being her mates.

Moving further along into the story, Winter’s Kiss became interesting once again. What I liked about this sequel a lot was actually how much story progress there is. And there’s quite a bit.

There’s also a new edition to the characters! The new character introduced is Milo, and Milo is so freaking cute. I was quite sure that Milo was going to die, but colour me surprised! Milo was safe and sound.

The parts of Winter’s Kiss that I didn’t like, was that some of the plot was predictable. Yes the story was a tad predictable at parts, but don’t get me wrong here. Still very much enjoyable.

And yes, if you’ve read my review of Winter’s Guardian, then you know that this series has quite a bit of the word usage of ‘slut.’ This continues into this book as well.

Winter’s Kiss, to me, was the quickest read out of all of the Winter’s Guardians series. Nevertheless, I still enjoyed reading this second novel.

I give Winter’s Kiss, 4 stars.

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Have you read anything by G. Bailey? 

Thank you for stopping by!

See you soon, and Happy Reading!
Adele

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