“Being kidnapped by the leader of the fae really puts a dent in your senior year.
Aurora Marshall is sharp, witty, and always has a plan. Ready to finish her business degree and graduate, her life is going smoothly—until the night she meets Tristan Westbrook.
Tristan, the overbearing, gorgeous fae leader, and an admired businessman in the human world, is all kinds of dangerous. While he finds Aurora intriguing, her refusal to bend to his will keeps them locked in a constant power struggle.
Entering into a deal is the only way to escape Tristan’s clutches, which only plunges Aurora deeper into the fae world. With her future at stake, she is forced to handle his arrogance and extraordinary fae abilities as she fights to stay grounded in her mundane life.
Not to mention her struggle to ignore the growing attraction she knows she shouldn’t feel for the man who kidnapped her.
When people said college would be the most exciting time of her life, Aurora never thought this is what they meant.”
When reading Twisted Fate I didn’t have any problems with any of the characters, they felt well developed to me and overall I enjoyed reading about all of them. There are two male characters in here who are gay, and in the novel it hasn’t been an issues that they are gay, the response from the other characters are positive. Now the two main character, our main Heroine Aurora and her love interest Tristan.
Aurora: I loved Aurora’s character, she is really well developed and also grows as a character throughout the novel. I loved the fact that she wasn’t awed by Tristan at all, seeing that is a fae with a lot of power. The more he would expect her to respect him and do as he says (because he is used to people doing that), the more Aurora fights back with sass. I loved her comebacks and the way she played with the words Tristan used.
Tristan: He is interested in Aurora because she doesn’t do what people normally do, respect him and bow to his power. Which he finds refreshing and he is interested in Aurora the moment they met. Tristan is a very nice guy and that is something I really enjoyed about him. He is kind, supportive of Aurora and is there for her when she needs him. He also doesn’t do anything without Aurora’s consent, he asks multiple times for her permission.
The writing was very engrossing. Even though this is Jessi Elliott’s debut novel, it didn’t read like a debut novel. The characters are strong and the world is creative. I actually cried during the end of the novel because of an event. The relationships for the event were built so wonderful and they felt so really that it broken my heart when it happened, and I saw the event coming from the beginning. I really thing that the relationships between characters and the chemistry of the main couple are the strongest point of this novel.
I didn’t expect to enjoy this novel as much as I did. Normally, I am a bit apprehensive when it comes to romance, but I was so on broad for this romance. In my opinion, the relationships and the chemistry of the main couple are the strongest points when it comes to this novel. I loved the connections between everyone and just the way Aurora and Tristan interacted. This novel also made me cry so that shows how invested I was into the story and the character. For those who aren’t comfortable with sex scenes, there is one in this novel, but you could skip it if you still want to read this, it is a step forward in the relationship but during the sex scene there isn’t any new information given which you need to know. I would totally recommend this to everyone and I can’t wait to dive into the sequel.
Have you read this novel, what were your thoughts on it? What is your favorite romance novel?
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