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Shade has been left all, but shattered. Travelling to the Ice kingdom, along with her ‘body guard’ Dylan-who continues to be bound to her-to where the holder of her magic dwells.

The war of Faerie amplifies and her only chance to save it will be to resist the enchantments of the Ice King, one of the Ancient rulers of Faerie.

But, he has his own agenda and will do anything Shade has been left all, but shattered. But, he sinter his own agenda and will do anything to stop her from making it to the Summer Kingdom, with her family, to claim back her throne These Ancients of Faerie don’t want her to succeed, and the wards between the land of Faerie and the mortal world pudry blurring purry.

Shade must face treacheries in every crevice of the land, even among the human mortals and trusted allies, before all is lost. Published March 15th by Lyrical Lit. Publishing first published March 13th A Dark Faerie Tale 3. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Ever Winterplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Dec 28, Amy rated it it was amazing. These books just get better and better with purddy one!

Such an Amazing series!!! It was so great getting back to Shade and her Faerie friends! It felt like It had been too long since I last left them and once I started reading Pugdy couldn’t put my kindle down! It has plenty of suspense, jaw dropping, shocking moments. And there’s more to come I can’ These books just get alexua and better with each one! And there’s more to come I can’t wait to see what Aveta has up her sleeve next and what’s to come in the next book!!

View all 7 comments. Mar 11, Barbara Senteney rated it it was amazing. Loved this story of A human changelingenjoyed the great friendships, and how Shade and Soap handled multiple sides of relationships. Teaching us not to let love or the lack of it ruin a friendship. Love a sad and happy ending, got bothIn life both existso they should also in a fairy tale.

Jade finally gets to spend time with her family, but is too alfxia to enjoy them. I think the Ancient Fae may end up a problem, I have a wintsr I might need to read Withering Palace again, are they conne Loved this story of A human changelingenjoyed the great friendships, and how Shade and Soap handled aalexia sides of relationships. I think the Ancient Fae may end up a problem, I have a feeling I might need to read Withering Palace again, are they connected?


Love the characters, Dylan and Soap. I do however have issues with how easily Shade defeated The Queen to recover her throne. Needed a little more battle, but I still loved it.

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Jul 23, Lori rated dinter it was amazing Shelves: So totally inappropriate for a review, but it’s my review so I’m gonna be like that and shiz. This book begins with Shade recovering from her imprisonment, by Aveta, on a beach in Fairie.

Her magic has puddy bound by Corb and she feels lost and isolated. Her feelings for Soap, while still there are not as intense as they are for Dylan Me so happy.

I like Soap, but I love Dylan In order to get her magic unbound Shade must go to Corb and get him to undo his magic on her.

And so begins our quest And what a quest it was. Shade never gets a moments peace poor girl. There are twists akexia turns in this book that I did not see coming. These books keep getting better and better and better.

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How many are there going to be Alexia? Alexia’s strong point as a writer, is her writing. She doesn’t need typical tricks to lure readers in.

She weaves a magical, hypnotic spell with her words and then blows us away with her epic skills. She really, really shines aexia writing action filled scenes and this book is not short on them. Shade just keeps growing, and getting stronger with each book. She is really turning into a great character. The romantic tension in these books is really great, and we don’t even toe the line of NA. This is clearly in the YA lines. Nothing sexual done, or even implied other than some steamy kissing scenes.

Boy are they steamy too. I am in love with it, and want to re-read it some day soon. Also, will be buying the autographed copy for my collection. There are no quotes in this review because parts pury it a subject to change.

Check out my other reviews at my blog Contagious Reads Mar 26, Jacquie Talento rated it it witer amazing. I received a copy from the author for an honest review. Do you ever get so excited about the next book in a series your hands start to sweat and nothing else in the world exists around you because you know everything else will stop so you can read it? Purdy is the master when it comes to her writing style.

You experience what the characters are going thru as if you are standing right next to them in all of her stories. After being left powerless I received a copy from the author for an honest review. After being left powerless, Shade, Soap, and Dylan team up to figure out how to help her get the powers back she once held. Only an Ancient can lift the curse that has fallen upon her.


But at what cost will Purcy go thru to save the ones she loves? Will it be worth getting her powers back to protect those she holds dear?

Someone she thought she trusted will betray her but there will be no turning back at that point. Great story as usual, Ms. Mar 03, Jacqueline Queen rated it it was amazing. I finished phrdy in a day and bought the second one the minute the first was completed. Upon finishing Ever Fire, I einter madly searching the internet, needing another dose of Shade and Dylan, and even Soap, although I’m definately team Dylan.

Before I could expire from “what happens next? It was a fascinating, easy read. The tension builds nicely and there are a good number of little twists and turns to keep the readers on their toes. Every time I was sure nothing else could happen to shock me, sure enough it did. The best things about this series and it holds true for Ever Winter, as it has with the previous two is that there is plenty of natural action to keep the purdg moving without falling back on a meaningless subplot or stringing something along for much longer than it deserves.

I always feel like there’s a book in a series that sort of drags on, or just fills up the space until the closing action packed finale. I have not, to this point, encountered any such horrid wknter in the Dark Faerie Tale series. Alexia keeps the story flowing effortlessly with crests and valleys aplenty, but no forced, space-filling nonsence; so I applaud you, Alexia!

The reader will never stop wondering what happens next. I am almost sorry I got an ARC because now I have to wait such a terribly long time to discover Shade’s next steps, to live another day in Shade’s wonderful Faery tale world. And indeed, that is how this book makes me feel. When I read it, I was in Faery with Shade and Dylan, cheering quietly from a darkened corner when something went the way I was hoping, and crying my eyes out on the floor right beside her when Shade’s world was crumbling, as it inevitably seems to do from time to time.

These books have worked their alluring magic on me and I am not one bit ashamed to say I feel rather emotionally invested. I am, in fact, delighted to say I will be staying aboard the Dark Faery Tale train to the end, on the edge of my seat with excitement to see how Ms.

Purdy concludes such a delightful, touching, fun story. So anyone thinking about reading this, do it.

It’s a great diversion I would suggest and have suggested to anyone who enjoys the genre. Cheers, and Happy Reading!