Bite Of Winter, by Lily Archer | Book Review

Hello lovelies! Today I have my book review of

Bite of Winter, by Lily Archer.

Bite Of Winter is the third book in the Fae’s Captive series.

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44081721The Red Plains are hot.
But my fae king?
Even hotter.

So, we kind of got captured by a warlike clan of Vundi warriors. Sounds bad, right? But they treat us as guests, and I’m coming to like them despite the ongoing threat of me being shipped off to the king beyond the mountain. I still endeavour to reach the winter kingdom and find a way back home… until the Vundi high priestess reveals that I may have more ties to the fae world than I ever imagined. On top of that, Leander knows just what buttons to press to get me naked, in a tub, and panting for him. My resolve is failing on all fronts. But, worse than that, I discover danger is even closer than I realised…

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Bite of Winter turned out to be…funny in a few scenes, and on the other hand….beyond predictable.

The unicorn scene was freaking hilarious oh man. I could not stop laughing!

Unfortunately Bite of Winter was incredibly all too predictable. The news about Taylor’s father was so unsurprising I knew what would happen in Bite of Winter to be true when I read the last book. 

I can’t say that Para and Ceret’s choices were not predictable either, because they totally were and frankly, it was just upsetting at this point.

Even though there were many times that I correctly predicted the story, I still truly enjoyed reading this third book. 

I give Bite Of Winter, 3 stars.

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Thanks for stopping by!

See you soon, and Happy Reading!
Adele

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