Author: Delle Jacobs

Faerie by Delle Jacobs

Posted February 4, 2014 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
Faerie by Delle Jacobs

I love books that create a different world from the one we live in, because I imagine it must be such a hard thing to do. You have to inform the reader about all the important aspects of the world rather than just assume the reader knows the world. There is so much that does into creating a new world that it doesn’t always come across as well as I wish it would, but thankfully in this book the world was easy for me to imagine and enjoy. Leonie is an interesting character, she is living in a world where she is different than everyone else, or at least as far as she knows she is different than everyone else. Leonie is taken in by a family to raise her, and thankfully they are very good people. She does have land that she would be inheriting and because of that marriage is an important thing to the kingdom and potential spouses, something I don’t think Leonie is comfortable with. Philippe is a knight, and a good one at that. He is most definitely a tortured soul, he has some things that haunt him. Leonie had a secret crush on him, and he finds her to be beautiful, but the two are unlikely to ever acknowledge those things. When Philippe finds her unconscious in the first, and questions are raised as to Leonie’s virtue, the King forces Philippe to marry her. Once you get to the two of them interacting on […]