Fae Not

Fae Not Ashton has never had a problem being able to turn heads or being able to persuade humans do to whatever he wants After the accidental death of a childhood friend Ashton knows all too well the danger
  • Title: Fae Not
  • Author: Leah Spiegel Megan Summers
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  • Page: 385
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  • Fae Not
    Ashton has never had a problem being able to turn heads, or being able to persuade humans do to whatever he wants After the accidental death of a childhood friend, Ashton knows all too well the dangers that come along with channeling humans and begins to resent his existence because of it Ashton now spends his time trying to fix humans at a therapeutic camp in his coloAshton has never had a problem being able to turn heads, or being able to persuade humans do to whatever he wants After the accidental death of a childhood friend, Ashton knows all too well the dangers that come along with channeling humans and begins to resent his existence because of it Ashton now spends his time trying to fix humans at a therapeutic camp in his colony When Claire comes to the camp, not only is she different in the fact that she s shy and innocent, but his abilities don t seem to work on her either.Distraught, Ashton discovers who her real parents are and what Claire must be, but he knows he s also running out of time because another powerful fae is erasing the memory that she even existed He must find her before they find him or the memory of Claire, the only girl he s ever loved, and the knowledge of what she truly is will be erased forever.
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  • Leah Spiegel Megan Summers

    An Edinboro University of Pennsylvania Graduate who once spent years drawing imaginary worlds and now writes about them with her sister, Megan Summers.

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  • I received this book for free in exchange for an unbiased, honest review My thoughts are my own I was drawn initially by the blurb, promises of a good fae story and maybe romance Possibly on the YA side this was just a pre read guess but I thought I would really enjoy it.This book gave me trouble I tend to be generous with stars, and it started sucking me into the story and the characters I wanted to like it, and did even lean strongly toward 4 stars but for the end Remove the last 5 or so page [...]


  • Posted at my blog tooMichelle s Paranormal Vault of Books I finished this quick read in less than a day, and I really enjoyed it I only had one problem with it, and that the ending was abrupt To me, it didn t tie up any of the loose ends at all I can t see anywhere that it is a series, as it could be one If it IS meant to be a series, then that ending is ok, BUT if its NOT, then that leaves me very unsatisfied.This is a fun book about Fae, we have a swoon worthy male, Ashton who is fae except I [...]


  • This book was great It was such a fun, quick read and I had it done in just a few hours The premise is great and I really enjoyed learning about Claire as the book went on Ashton was fabulous So fabulous, in fact, I kind of love him a little While I was hooked from beginning to end, I had a bunch of questions I understand the point of the camp but I wish we had gotten detail about its purpose and the people who worked there While the prologue and a little throughout the book fill us in on Asht [...]


  • Well, to begin with the cover is good, however I still think there should have been a bigger splurge If it was about fairies, the authour could have demanded creativity, especially since book covers are essential to selling a book I can t really speak fairly since I didn t pick out this book from a bookshelf of equally talent stuffed books In fact, I got it i the midst of an impulse after realizing I could easily get giveaways as long as I reviewed them SO AWESOME I was instantly interested, es [...]


  • A quick read since I couldn t put it down.Fae Not was truly a captivating read I m always partial to novels about fairies and this one incorporated both the idea of faes and of how vampires suck in the sense that faeries suck or channel energies from humans in order to feed.The male protagonist is Ashton, a camp counselor in the farm intended to help people with difficulties He s revealed to be one of the faes who feeds on the energy given by humans in order to replenish but as a self imposed ru [...]


  • I enjoyed this book quite a bit I had a hard time deciding how to rate it, because I love anything to do with faeries and the story was captivating, but ultimately it was the abruptness of the ending that decided me The plot itself was interesting and compelling and easily read within a day The story kept the reader s attention it was something the reader wanted to know about The interpretation of faeries was familiar enough to be understandable, but different enough to be interesting Some of t [...]


  • Original post wishingonashootingstarreviews Given a copy for a honest review Ashton is a fae Faes channel feed off human and they can persuade humans But when Claire arrives at the institute Ashton knows there s something wrong She s different She can give off heaps off energy and she can control the channeling It s as if she knows The big mystery of Claire gives the readers an adrenaline and keeps them on the edge of their seat I couldn t put it down I haven t had good old thrill, like this, si [...]


  • This is an R2R Summary Ashton has never had a problem being able to turn heads, or being able to persuade humans do to whatever he wants After the accidental death of a childhood friend, Ashton knows all too well the dangers that come along with channeling humans and begins to resent his existence because of it.Ashton now spends his time trying to fix humans at a therapeutic camp in his colony When Claire comes to the camp, not only is she different in the fact that she s shy and innocent, but h [...]


  • This is an intriguing novel, but I must add that right away the elitist Fae infuriated me Like vampires in so many paranormal novels, the Fae here perceive humans as fodder energy supplements the Fae want and need At Rykers Farm the counselors ostensibly interact with troubled teens, bringing therapeutic insight through manual farm labour Yeah, right the adolescents are sent to the Farm because they ve failed to produce sufficient energy reserves for their local fae In Claire s case, she is a hu [...]


  • Fae Not was a unique and intriquing read about a new version of fae The only thing that changed this from a 5 star to 4 star was that I wanted background in the beginning I understand the building mystery to the society and supernatural beings, but I wanted the farm clearly explained Sometimes it felt a little thrown into the middle of a story Because of this, the farm was sort of vaccuum that I wasn t real sure of the time period of the story It wasn t until the trip to Wal Mart and mentions [...]


  • What to say about this book I read it in one day I enjoyed reading it cuz it kept me kind of wondering what the characters were as far as species goes I had thought of vampire at first, simply due to the whole feeding reference, but quickly dismissed that, lol It did keep me interested in the story trying to figure out what Clair was as well it came to light towards the very end It seems to just kinda finish with not much explanations at the end, Im not sure if there might be a sequel There were [...]


  • I liked the book but it took me a while to get hooked I did not really understand what was going on at first I think it would have helped if the book had elaborated on the purpose of the school camp, the people who worked there, and the girls who were sent there and etc The Main character Claire was very likeable but I think the author could have elaborated a lot about her More on her background, how she became aware of the fae, how she learned to block her power and etc Also the ending felt un [...]


  • This book is between a 2.5 and 3 for me There were a few things I liked and a few things that felt a bit off for me.I thought the premise was interesting and once the story got into the detail, it moved along well.There were a few sentence and word issues conscious instead of conscience I ran into that took away from the story Overall the story moved very quickly In some areas I thought it was paced too quickly and it would have been great to have some back story For example, at the beginning we [...]


  • i really like this book i would rec this as a good read, i like how it kinda grabbed you and held on until the end i loved Claire and ashtons chem but what i didnt like was how it ended i thought it was going to dive into the fact that shes royal decent maybe book 2 also what happenes to ashton do they stay together ya it seems so but he was shot and sooo close to having his mind erased also it is a good book but would be better if there were a book 2 to pull all together also loved the cover


  • I thoroughly enjoyed this bookFae Not I loved the relationship built up gradually between the main characters Claire and her THERAPIST Ashton A very sweet love story that will leave you wanting I cannot wait to read any follow up books and will most definately recommend this to all my fellow book lovers.


  • 3.5 stars Surprisingly good, quick read Original story and likable characters A couple of things that bothered me I didn t know the age of either main character until 3 4 through the book I presumed Claire was under 18, and as it turns out she was 17 I never got a sense of Ashton s age Also, it ended abruptly It would appear that there will be a sequel, but either way, it was too abrupt That being said, great story by a new author and I look forward to reading .


  • Rating 4I would ve given this a 4.5 rating but I feel there could have been added to the end The story was fast paced though and I really enjoyed it The characters were well thought out and I felt that I really got to know them by the end It was a different take on fairies fae and I really liked it.


  • Yeah, this was just kinda dumb The story concept had much potential, but the writing was just dreadful Sure, it s a YA book, but that doesn t mean it should read like it was actually written by a high school kid At least it was short, so I didn t waste too much time on it.




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