DARK FEY Book 1: The Reviled by Cynthia Morgan

Dark Fey

DARK FEY will take you on a roller coaster ride into two separate worlds – the one of the Light Loving Fey (fairy) and the other of the Reviled Fey or the dark world.  Ayla of the Light Fey, who was prepped at the Temple to be a Guardian, is bestowed with a great gift of speaking and hearing with her mind and of taking others’ pain. She protects the childfey from the Dark Fey who steal them away from their families.  Marden, also of the Light Fey is a Celebrant with extraordinary powers, as well. Ayla and Marden become close, but Ayla’s powers sense a threat and she is unable to share it with Marden for fear he will think she’s strange.  Ayla feels the presence of another waiting in the shadows.  Who is this Dark One and what does he want of her?

DARK FEY is of the fantasy genre, which is not usually what I read, but I was surprised how much I enjoyed it. It is a quick read, but you will want to go slowly so as not to miss any of this amazing fantasy of light and dark, good and evil, the loved and unloved.  It is a story of courage in the face of formidable peril.

Cynthia Morgan, in this debut novel, writes with vivid descriptions, engaging characters, and an intense storyline.  It is the first of three novels, and I am looking forward to reading part two.

I first met Cynthia, known as Morgan, on her blog booknvolume where most of her posts showcase her beautiful poetry. Her prose is every bit as lovely as her verse. Please stop by her blog and read more about this amazing author.

To buy DARK FEY click here.  I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys fantasy, romance, and great storytelling. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

9 thoughts on “DARK FEY Book 1: The Reviled by Cynthia Morgan

    1. Thanks Ever so much for the Kind Reblog 🙂 and your Support. I truly do appreciate it….and hope you enjoy the book 😀


      1. You’re welcome, Morgan. I’m sure I’ll love it. I’m going to let Jonathan do the review because he’s better at them and he’ll do it justice.


  1. Reblogged this on booknvolume and commented:
    I am thoroughly honoured and delighted that Michelle of BookChat shared a review of Dark Fey The Reviled and that she enjoyed the tale, even though Fantasy genre is not her cup of tea. Thank You ever so much Michelle for your faith in me to read and share Dark Fey.



  2. Thank You so much Michelle for the marvelous review 🙂 I am honoured and so very happy you enjoyed the book (particularly if Fantasy genre is not your cup of tea!) Most Appreciated!


  3. I don’t read fantasy either, but I have decided that 2014 is the year that I step outside my comfort zone. The only trouble is, when you don’t know a genre, where do you start? SD


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