Review – These Twisted Bonds by: Lexi Ryan

Brie finds herself caught between two princes and two destinies while the future of the fae realm hangs in the balance.

After Abriella’s sister was sold to the fae, she thought life couldn’t get any worse. But when she suddenly finds herself caught in a web of lies of her own making ­- loving two princes and trusting neither – things are not quite as clear as she once thought.

As civil war wages in the Court of Darkness, Brie finds herself unable to choose a side. How can she know where she stands when she doesn’t even know herself anymore? In this darkly romantic thrill ride, the more Faerie is torn apart from the inside, the clearer it becomes that prophecies don’t lie and Brie has a role to play in the fate of this magical realm – whether she likes it or not.

YES! YES! ALLLLL THE YES. Ever have a book hangover so hard you don’t want to start another book just so you can stay in that world a little longer? Grasp it a little harder? Yeah, I’m there right now. These Twisted Bonds was everything I wanted and more.

This book resonated with everything I look for in an amazing story. There was drama, adventure, romance, family elements, suspense, SPICE, and so much more.

With the characters… oh Finn, always my number one. He is everything. He will forever be one of my absolute favorite book guys. I also loved getting to meet Misha in this one too. He’s such an awesome character and I’d actually love to see a spin-off with him.

Do not sit on these series. It is absolutely amazing and Lexi Ryan hit it out of the park with this duology.

– 5 out of 5 splatters –

Published by Jena Freeth

30. Boy mom. Book lover. Fitness junkie. Shopaholic.

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