A Furious Muse
Written by: A. J. Nuest
Series: The Golden Key Legacy
Sequence in Series: #1
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 11/27/2014
Rating: 5 Stars
Sold by: Harper Collins UK
Genre: Romance | Fantasy | Time Travel | Scifi
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Since the day of her birth, Princess Faedrah Austiere has been defined by her place within the kingdom. As the single heir to the half-blood gypsy king and his prophesied white queen, she is fiercely protected, shuttered inside an ivory castle and well-trained in the art of war. Yet neither her obligations as future queen nor the black infestation threatening her kingdom fail to hinder the mysterious pull of the antique armoire hidden in her parents’ bedchamber. And stealing the golden key for a leap through time is the only way to confront the dark lord haunting her dreams.
One face. The image of one defiant, relentless woman has been stuck in Rhys McEleod’s head ever since he was old enough paint her luscious curves on the canvas. But the day she walks into his life off the street—sexier than hell and itching for a fight—he’s not convinced she’s the same women he’s envisioned since childhood. That is, not until he spots the golden key around her neck—an object he’d never fully shown in any of his paintings.
Now if he could just persuade his lovely muse he’s not the enemy. Unless the elusive Faedrah Austiere learns to trust him, he’ll never have her in his bed—the one place he’s convinced she belongs.
A Furious Muse by A.J. Nuest
This is my first experience with A. J. Nuest's writing and I have to tell you that I loved it. Yes, Dii my co-blogger was been telling me I needed to check it out for some time and boy was she right.
A Furious Muse was a blending of historical fiction with the twist of science fiction time travel. This story was completely magical. Everything about A Furious Muse pulled me in but the characters are especially superb.
If I had to make a complaint, I wished it was longer. At novella length, it left me wanting more...lucky for me I already grab my copy of The Sacrifice and I'm heading there next.
Now I have to go add all the rest of A. J. Nuest's books to my “want to read” “wish list” shelf.