Monday, 19 August 2019

Beneath the Crimson Cloak by Jill Ramsower


Beneath the Crimson Cloak (The Fae Games, #4.5)
Author: Jill Ramsower

Title: Beneath the Crimson Cloak
(Fae Games #4.5)
Genre: Fantasy & short story
Pages: ebook
Published: August 3, 2019
Where I Got It: My shelf (Amazon freebie)




Morgan Le Fay awakes from her capture in the one place she doubted she’d ever see again—Seelie Lands. Only problem? She’s a prisoner on a vast forested estate. After a month of isolation and frustration, she makes an uneasy alliance with a new furry friend only to discover her canine bed-mate is much more than he seems. The classic tale of Little Red and her Big Bad told with a delightfully wicked Fae twist in this Fae Games short story!

A random pick up from Amazon. Ya'll know how much I love my freebies ;) But yes, a freebie but an intriguing one. 


This is a short tale about Morgan who was kidnapped and taken to the Seelie Lands. After a month of isolation and a burning hatred she decides to make an uneasy relationship. 



This is book 4.5 but it was for sure good as a standalone. I believe it is a prequel to this character in the next book. Not 100% sure there. However, it did make me curious about book 1 now. This short did it's job alright! I want more from Morgan and I want more from this world. 



This cover is beauttttiffuuuullllllllllllllllllllll! SO striking. 



I felt so bad for Morgan especially when we get the backstory and her kidnapping tale. Her poor mom. 



This was merely a sip and I want more. I recommend this if you want to get your toe wet before trying the first book in the series . 5 stars for me. Intriguing world!









11 comments:

  1. Sometimes even free isn't worth it lol I'm glad this one worked for you!

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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  2. Yes the cover is striking. And a freebie that turns into a bonus for you the reader and methinks the author as well!

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  3. Very interesting premise. I look forward to hearing what you think of other books in the series!

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  4. Well that is cool. It is indeed a striking cover. It isn’t often that this freebie novellas work for me, so happy this was a win for you. Hope you and Astrid are surviving you going back to work!

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  5. I love it when you can read a short freebie like this so that you can decide if you want to read the series. This does sound very well done.

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  6. The cover is really striking and the story sounds really good. I love it when a freebie is an unexpected gem. I'll have to look this one up. :)

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  7. Wow, a five star! I don't think this would be my type of book, but I have to admit I'm intrigued.

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  8. Love it when a freebie turns out to be a treasure. Hope the rest of the series turns out as good as this taste.

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  9. I like the cover, too. Her eyes are so striking. :)

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