Review: The Fae Warrior Princess by Jamie Schlosser

Book review:

I’m so excited that this book is finally out because it means I finally get to rave about it. I’ve been quite in a book slump lately, but I read this in only a couple sitting, including a too short plane ride where I tried not to make it too obious to my seat-mates how hot my reading material was… because holy moley was this book hot!

Out of all the books in this series, I think this might be my favorite, because I loved both the characters and the plot. I fell for Torius immediately, even though in previous installments I had been more excited about other characters. So the way I completely melted for this big and possessive warrior surprised me. Even more, I was surprised by how much I loved Dani as a main character. Sometimes when the h is super assertive and volitive, I find it hard to relate, but she was an absolute joy to read, and I thought that they were a perfect pairing.

I also really liked the plot, and how it tied within the previous books. It kept me on my toes and wanting to know what would happen next. The only thing that didn’t work for me was one of the ‘side plot-twist’ which I guessed even before the first clue, so the reveal wasn’t much of a shock.

Overall, this was a wonderful addition to the series and my favorite. I might reread it in the future because of how entertaining their voyage was and just how much of a cute and sexy couple these two are. Also, an honorable mention to Dani’s powers, which I think were a stroke of genius. I was in stitches when everyone started professing their love for Tor thanks to Dani’s feelings radiating off her. And don’t even get me started about the opening scene in the inn.

So yeah, nothing more to say, it was entertaining, sexy, filled with adventure and a lot of heart. So I was one happy reader!

Title: The Fae Warrior’s Princess
Series: Between Dawn and Dusk #4
Author: Jamie Schlosser
Genre: Fantasy/Paranormal Romance
Release Date: January 27, 2022
Cover Design: Book Cover Kingdom
Photographer: Regina Wamba

I was only five months old the first time I looked into my mate’s eyes, but it took less than a second for my soul to recognize Torius as my other half. Then, without a word, he walked away from me and never came back. The sharp sting of rejection left me inconsolable for days, and in the years following, I sensed his absence like my own heart was missing.

At first, I didn’t understand Torius’ reasons for avoiding me. I didn’t know he’d been my father’s best friend since they were kids or that revealing our connection too soon could have consequences.

Just to make sure we never crossed paths again, Torius’ brilliant solution was to run off to the human realm. He thought he could hide from me until I’m old enough, until he’s ready to face our fate and my father.

I’ve always known he’d come back to me someday.

But not if I find him first.

My plan is playing out perfectly until we’re called back to Valora, where our relationship is still a secret. Where our world is changed, ridden with curses and darkness, and Torius is our only hope. It’s up to him to save our home.

Well, it’s up to us.

The Fae Warrior’s Princess is the fourth book in the Between Dawn and Dusk series. Although this story can be enjoyed on its own, it’s recommended that the books in this series are read in order.

Suddenly, a place in my heart tugs, and my soul aligns with hers like two parallel strings twisting around and around each other.

In an instant, my purpose for living shifts.

I’m no longer a warrior.

Battle doesn’t intrigue me like it used to.

I’m not excited at the prospect of adventure. Not alone, anyway. I want this person at my side. Always.

I hold my breath as I realize what this means. I have a soul mate. Fate just decided our futures. It gave us the greatest gift, but I’m too stunned to be grateful.

Out of all the females in existence, what are the odds that my fated mate is the daughter of my life-long best friend?

Jamie Schlosser writes steamy new adult romance and romantic comedy. When she isn’t creating perfect book boyfriends, she’s a stay-at-home mom to her two wonderful kids. She believes reading is a great escape, otters are the best animal, and nothing is more satisfying than a happily-ever-after ending.


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