A GUITARIST IN THE FAE QUEEN’S COURT by Amber Kell
A Guitarist in the Fae Queen’s Court by Amber Kell
Fae Intervention series, Book 1
Reviewed by Lisa
Believing that he’s auditioning for a regular gig, Jimmy Bo ‘JB’ Jackson doesn’t know that after he performs his song he’s been taken to the fantastical faery court under a mound. JB learns that he’s expected to play his guitar and sing for the Fae Queen.
Panicked and frantic, the only thing on JB’s mind is getting back to his lover Raine, the sooner the better. Ironically, Raine was always warning JB about strangers and being careful though he never expected something like this to happen. Told he can never go back and to embrace his new life, JB digs in his heels. As far as he’s concerned these faeries don’t know how determined a good ole’ country boy can be. For that matter nobody realizes how forceful Raine can be or exactly how powerful he actually is.
A Guitarist in the Fae Queen’s Court takes an introspective musician way out of his comfort zone and deprives him of his much needed lover. Surprises are few; however the overall story is pleasant, the sex is hot and the characterizations are the glue holding the tale together. Building slowly, A Guitarist in the Fae Queen’s Court features a diverting story for lovers JB and Raine, and then vague whispers are set up for the next book.