Andrea Prudeaux and her sister have
just moved into the Halk’s family apartment complex to set
up their new nest. Andrea is hoping they can stay in Banff
awhile but is so used to having to watch her back it’s hard
to stop. She is hoping they have finally lost the madman
who has hunted them since childhood. Andrea wants nothing
more than to stay and set up an honorable and steady nest.
Things are looking up as she has just found a job.
Beel Halk is part of the main family in
Banff. He and his brothers help to keep it a great place to
have your nest. The newest females in town have attracted
his attention, especially the oldest one. Beel decides to
test the wind and see if Andrea is interested. Their
beginning is a bit rocky, and although Beel can tell there
is interest, for some reason she isn’t trying to go
forward. What has her tail feathers twisted so badly that
fear can be scented at times?
Andrea doesn’t know what to do about
Beel, yes she is interested and wants a male and a full nest
one day but her past is still out there. That worry is put
to rest soon as her past comes to Banff and threatens all
that Andrea holds dear. Danger and half-truths have placed
Andrea and her sister in the spotlight with the Halks. Only
one owl can be telling the truth about the events and both
smell of the truth. Beel knows to the depths of his being
that Andrea did not do the things she is being accused of –
now to find a way to prove it. When the truth is learned,
the entire town of Banff and all the Halks go into action.
Owl justice is swift and harsh when deserved, will it be
enough to allow Andrea and Beel a future nest of their own?
Owls never tell a lie, but can they
reveal the truth long hidden? Feather Adored
has Andrea flying into Beel’s heart and nest. Andrea has
had to fly and hide herself and her sister for many years
and is hoping that finally they have found a safe place.
Beel isn’t interested in mating until a new female lands
just down the hall from him. I could instantly see the
attraction between Andrea and Beel even through she fought
it. As the events unraveled, my heart went out to Andrea
and her sister. I loved how Beel decided that Andrea would
be his and just went about the business of making it so.
While the justice was harsh, I thought the events leading up
to it were harsher, which made the outcome truly just. I
knew that Andrea and Beel would find a way for their
personal nest to happen. Luckily Ms. O’Clare had decided
the same thing in a suspense-filled and loving way.
Feather Adored proves that honor comes from the
person and not the background, and that love is always the