Faerie’s Magic has a lot of potential to be a great novel, not just another paranormal romance. The overarching plot is actually well done, and the worlds of the fae and the wolf shifters are pleasantly fleshed out and immersive. I also liked the magic system and I’m fascinated by the “inner wolf” that the shifters have. Is it just an inner voice like a conscience, or do shifters have dual personalities that shift beings when they switch between wolf and humanoid form?
If you enjoy a strong willed, hot tempered pair of love interests that have passionate, explicit sex, then you’ll enjoy this book. However, there were too many typos, awkward phrasings and confusing sentence structures for me to truly enjoy the story. I don’t mind a little bit of profanity, but Feyden’s writing is peppered with it. I also require more out of my romance stories than just fixations on “finding my mate”, which was the first half of the book, and “claiming my mate”, which was the second half of the book.