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To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters – Review by Katie Kearney

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Series, #1)To Kill a Fae by Jamie A. Waters
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters. I’m just going to start this review with wow, Because honestly no words will do this story justice. I’m a person that truly has to be in the mood for a fantasy type story but from the description I hoped right in and was taken on quite the adventure. The characters are so well written and you can’t help but get drawn into their world. I was constantly finding myself trying to read faster so I could see what happens while also not wanting it to end. The author takes readers to a whole new world and I loved it. I can’t wait for more! Five stars all the way and highly recommend!

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To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Series, #1)To Kill a Fae by Jamie A. Waters
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Star
To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters is a wonderfully written fantasy book that once I started reading I couldn’t put it down till the end. I was drawn in from the beginning and found myself lost in the pages. Sabine has been hiding in the city among humans. Not very many know what or who she really is ,that is until s stranger comes to town. He seems very intriguing but also knows way to much about her kind. What does her future hold? Find out what happens next in this must read. I can’t wait to read more from this Author

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To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters – Review by Kerry Carr

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Series, #1)To Kill a Fae by Jamie A. Waters
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is an great mystical adventure following the story of Sabine.

Sabine escaped her old life 10 years ago but the people are still hunting her. When a meeting with a dangerous Captain Malek who seems to be more than human, Sabine tries to keep her distance.

The proves impossible when she is tasked to help him steal a rare artifact. Sabine is the only person with the power to take down the magical barriers which protect it. However by using her magic she risked exposing herself.

Who can she trust and who is she in danger from? Can she stay save and pay off her life debt?

Its an adventure from the first page

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To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters – Review by Randall Murphy

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Series, #1)To Kill a Fae by Jamie A. Waters
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters – Review by Randall Murphy
This book is captivating with its intricate and diverse characters. The author does a wonderful job building the fantasy world and balancing several different personalities and different species of beings. The intrigue and gradual development of plot details and secrets ensures that the story is not predictable, and keeps you interested and reading to see what will happen next. It is truly a great introduction to a new world and a new series.

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To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters – Review by Sam Sheerin

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Series, #1)To Kill a Fae by Jamie A. Waters
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters – 4 stars

This is a first read by this author and is definitely one I will read more of. This book is right up my alley, love the fae and demon world and how intricate the relationships are from start to finish.

This is a fast pace novel and intriguing written with hidden agenda and secrets along the road to discover the truths, hence your never be able to put 8t down until you’ve finished.

I’m ready for book 2 now

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To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Series, #1)To Kill a Fae by Jamie A. Waters
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters

5-Stars

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters was an excellent novel. It was written well and difficult to put down. I loved the character development put into the main characters and supporting characters. They were easy to visualize and picture in the story. I also enjoyed how easily the story flowed and captured my attention. I was hooked from the beginning until the very end. This novel was very creative and entertaining. This is the first book I have read from this Author and I cant wait to read more in this series. I highly recommend it!

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To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters – Review by Anna Hirsch

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Series, #1)To Kill a Fae by Jamie A. Waters
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters
5 Stars

This book blew me away! Jamie A. Waters is an amazing storyteller. Her writing style reminds me of Sarah J. Maas in the way she pulls you into her world with captivating characters and a complex storyline. I fell in love with not only the main characters but the secondary ones as well. I’ve always loved strong female leads and Sabine is one kick ass lethal heroine.

She’s been on the run for the last ten years, hiding amongst humans. With two demons and a witch by her side to protect her she should be okay but the Wild Hunt never gives up. Sabine can’t help but be intrigued when a smuggler shows up with his own secrets to hide. She extremely attracted and his power is pulling her in but can Sabine trust him?

This is a riveting paranormal romance filled with action and intrigue that will keep you on the edge of your seat. I know this is a series that I’ll love and can’t wait to read the next part.

Review by @Anna Hirsch
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To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters – Review by Jenni Bishop

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Series, #1)To Kill a Fae by Jamie A. Waters
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters is a magical paranormal story that gets you right from the very first pages. This is a first for me with this author and I have to say I have found a new favourite. Jamie has done a great job with this tale that is exciting and intriguing, dynamic and vibrant. The characters are unique and an unruly bunch, but Jamie has done a wonderful job of making them come to life and pop off the page. With possessive demons, witches and pixies along with one kick a*se Fae, plus a stranger who is the captain of a ship that deals in smuggling and you have the recipe for one explosive nonstop action tale. I was so engrossed and entranced with this story that I had to stay up late to read each and every word. Who cares if you are tired the next day for work? Certainly not me, not when you have a gem like this one in your hands.

Sabine has been in hiding for many years from those who want her dead, but she has made some powerful friends who will not let anything happen to her but how will they stop her from hurting herself? Just how far will her enemies go to get what they want? Once the Wild Hunt begins there is no stopping it. Will she lose everything and everyone she loves?

I absolutely loved everything about this book. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next book.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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To Kill A Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters – Review by Sarah Oakes

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Series, #1)To Kill a Fae by Jamie A. Waters
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A great read about secrecy. Sabine is a Fae living in disguise in the city of Akros. One night, she is tailed and ambushed by a group of men. She is saved by a man who is more than he seems. Sabine seeks to find out the truth of who is hunting herd despite the safety risks, fearful someone knows her identity. As events unravel, powerful forces come into play and the past returns to haunt her. Can you ever turkey stay hidden forever?
A great read. Well developed plot with twists and turns that I just couldn’t put down. Well developed characters like Sabine fierce and brave but caring underneath. Great cast of supporting characters like the overprotective Dax or the more tender Bane.
I lived the visual detail throughout the novel like with the crypt with winding paths and standing stones for a sense of ancient magic and mystery. Or with the bar with the tree with the glass and the vines as beautiful in a deadly place. Or with the kaleidoscope with ti’s bold beautiful colours for a sense of wonder so vivid it’s as if you’re actually there..
I loved how the book drew the reader in at the start with the action and magic in a fantasy world. I also liked the use of suspense as details about the attackers and or Savines past were revealed slowly to keep you reading to find out what happened.
A great example of world building with fantatsical beings and creatures living alongside humanity with their own rules and laws and societies and customs. I loved the wide range of creatures like goblins and fae and demons giving the feel of a mixed society full of life and character and wonderfully written. Overall, a great read and I would give it five stars.

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To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters – Review by Kerry Baker

To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Series, #1)To Kill a Fae by Jamie A. Waters
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

To Kill A Fae by Jamie A. Waters is the first book in the Dragon Portal series. This book is exciting and fast paced and will leave you desperate to read the next book in the series.
This is a new author to me and yet when I read the description of this book I just knew that I had to give them a go. It was intriguing enough to draw me in before I had even opened to the first page. The story lived up to this expectation as well. I was enthralled immediately. Sabine is fantastic. I loved reading all about her – her journey, her powers, running for her life. There isn’t a single bit that I didn’t want to know.
The way the author builds up the plot is amazing. She knew the exact right moment to give you that bit of information and when to leave you trying to figure things out. The book was exciting and so well written. I definitely cannot wait for the next in the series.

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