Sunday, May 17, 2015

Dark Fey, The Reviled by Cynthia Morgan

Dark Fey: The Reviled
by Cynthia Morgan

My rating: 5 stars


Publication Date: April 24th 2014
Published by Cynthia A. Morgan
Genre: Fantasy
Print Length: 218 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble


Dark Fey, The Reviled is a fantasy set in the primordial forests of mystical time in a land peopled by both Light Loving and Darkness Revering Faeriekind, or Fey. It is a tale of Light and Darkness, of Joy and Sorrow, the Loved and the Unloved. It shares the Trials and Triumph of Courage and Perseverance while wrapping the reader in lush, lyrical descriptions and exquisitely developed characters.
In the mystical realm of Jyndari, a relationship between two unsuspecting, yet kindred souls who are separated by far more than social stigma, blossoms in secrecy that could shatter both their worlds. Ayla, a Light loving, Guardian of Childfey hides more than a few secrets; secrets that isolate her and set her apart. Secrets that bring her to the attention of one who comes in shadow and silence; one who watches, waiting for the ideal moment to step from the darkness, reveal the truth about himself and alter the course of her life forever.
Escape into a world of Magic and Mystery; into a Realm of Beauty and Enchantment, into an intense adventure for your Mind and Spirit that will leave you yearning for more.


 
 Dark Fey, The Reviled by Cynthia Morgan



Dark Fey: The Reviled (Book One)
Driven by characters filled with the charm of the Light Fey and the brutal force of the Dark Fey, once again, the battle between the light and dark is fought for love under the poetic care of Cynthia A. Morgan.

Dark Fey: Reviled is the tale of the kind and caring Ayla, of the light fey a she struggles to maintain the secret of her special gift, making her insecure, unsure of her own worth and awkward in social situations. Feeling she is being followed or watched, Ayla discovers someone in the shadows is communicating with her mind to mind. Who is this dark being? Why won’t they come into the light? Too afraid to be called peculiar again, she tells only one person. Is she losing her mind or is this voice real? Has one of the Reviled escaped from their realm to bring harm to Ayla’s people or does this voice belong to someone scared, alone and begging to be rescued? Who is this boy who speaks only to Ayla? Are they speaking through their minds or through their hearts?

Cynthia A. Morgan has created a fantasy world with light and airy characters and has infused a magical, fantasy feel throughout this tale. It is hard not to fall in love with every well-placed word and every highly charged emotion. She writes beautifully detailed scenes that come alive from the joy of that first kiss to agony and pain. There is no over the top action, the masses do not engage in all-out war, but the fight to rescue a light faerie from the clutches of darkness and evil comes across with true sacrifice, a strong conviction to do the right thing and the power of love. Beautifully written, lovingly plotted and simply magical in the delivery!



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