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Bittersweet (Faerie Song Trilogy Book 2) by [Barrow-Belisle, Michele]
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Don’t miss the first in the series, Fire and Ice, optioned for a motion picture.

To save the Faery world and her mother’s life, seventeen year old Lorelei sacrificed everything, and the dangerous bargains she made in Nevermore had lasting repercussions. Now safely back in her own world, Lorelei seems the same to her high school friends and her supernatural boyfriend in spite of the dark magic growing within her. Yet love across dimensions is complicated, especially when an invisible veil between the two worlds is sealing, threatening to separate Lorelei and Adrius forever.

Determined to find a solution, Lorelei resorts to exploring her new found powers. But when her friends fall ill, Lorelei can’t help but wonder if she's responsible.

The nightmares from Nevermore tighten their icy hold when someone arrives determined to destroy Lorelei’s world, starting with those closest to her. Once again she’s forced to choose between her family and friends… and a love that was ill-fated from the start.

About the Author

A dreamer at heart, Michele Barrow-Belisle has always lived with one foot in this reality and one foot in another, one of her own imagining. So it follows that she would grow up to write about and sculpt the characters from those enchanting worlds she knows and loves so well. A fan of everything romantic, her young adult novels are populated with scintillating witches, vamps and fey. Michele resides in southern Canada with her hubby and son who indulge her growing obsession with reading, writing and most importantly… chocolate.

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  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1512395188
  • Publisher: Clean Reads (March 24 2015)
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  • Language: English
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa2a73a44) out of 5 stars 16 reviews
HASH(0xa2e45290) out of 5 stars This book is a great addition to the series May 3 2016
By Book Mafia Blog - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Genre: Fantasy & Teens/YA

Age: 16+

Recommendation: Yes! This book is a great addition to the series. Would recommend to fans of the first installment and anyone who enjoyed A Court of Thorns and Roses.

Type:Series, this is the second of three books in the Faerie Song Trilogy.

*Length: 464 pages

Summary: Good continuation. + answered some of the questions left from the first book + increased tension between mains +/- Plot twists ( although they are slightly confusing) + characters further developed +more Zanthiel -slightly less BA heroine

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Don’t miss the first in the series, Fire and Ice, optioned for a motion picture.

To save the Faery world and her mother’s life, seventeen year old Lorelei sacrificed everything, and the dangerous bargains she made in Nevermore had lasting repercussions. Now safely back in her own world, Lorelei seems the same to her high school friends and her supernatural boyfriend in spite of the dark magic growing within her. Yet love across dimensions is complicated, especially when an invisible veil between the two worlds is sealing, threatening to separate Lorelei and Adrius forever.

Determined to find a solution, Lorelei resorts to exploring her new found powers. But when her friends fall ill, Lorelei can’t help but wonder if she’s responsible.

The nightmares from Nevermore tighten their icy hold when someone arrives determined to destroy Lorelei’s world, starting with those closest to her. Once again she’s forced to choose between her family and friends… and a love that was ill-fated from the start.

Full Review:

Warning: If you have not read the first installment Fire & Ice, stop reading now. This will contain mild spoilers from the first novel.

Bittersweet, left me feeling well..bittersweet. ( So original right? I know, blame the lack of coffee.) This story picks up with Lorelei and Adruis, spending every waking second together that they can. Lorelei, forced to stay on earth because of all those who hunt her, spends her days waiting for Adruis to visit and the two of them bask in the glory of each others love. Yeah, yeah.. get to the good stuff right? Well, without giving too much away, Venus manages to cause a serious amount of drama and begins to threaten Lorelei and those around her. Forced with no other choice, she begins to search for a way to not only save her friends and herself but also to free Adruis for the icy chains that bind him.

Here is one thing I don’t get about this portion of the story, if the king was so dead set on keeping the two apart and killing Lorelei, how was Adruis even able to come see her? And for that matter, without revealing the good stuff, how is Venus able to cause so much trouble with two super bad princes pining after her? Despite that questions that this book opened up, the plot is entertaining and offers continuous action. It has a much quicker pace than the first and it keeps the reader engaged.

I really liked that in addition to the continuation of the original plot, there were a few twists and some of the more annoying questions left open with the first book are answered. There was more detail used to describe the setting and the chemistry between Lorelei and both Adruis and Zanthiel is deeper and more tangible. The author seems to be setting the stage for a certain someone to rally and come in with the woo-age and that really has me pumped. I wasn’t crazy about how everything was wrapped up with Venus. It didn’t make sense to me. The time line felt a bit skewed because when the fight between Adruis and Zanthiel over Venus in book one was described, it felt like it was way in the past. Maybe it wasn’t?

Either way, there are some pretty good twists and I am anxious to see what is planned for the conclusion. I enjoyed this book more than the first so, I would recommend it to anyone who wants to continue to trilogy.

Disclaimer: I obtained a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for a honest review. Thank you so much Michele Barrow-Belisle.
HASH(0xa2ca0cc0) out of 5 stars who is as beautiful as I believe her to be crazy July 10 2016
By Shakera Blakney - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
We pick up where we left off with Lorelei in the human world. Her healing abilities aren’t working and I’m panicking! Adrius is in the human world with her, but so is Venus, who is as beautiful as I believe her to be crazy. It’s revealed that the veil between Lorelei’s human world and Adrius’ mythical world is slowly breaking.

While I thought the book started off a bit slow, it was interesting to see more of Lorelei’s world and her friends. I have to say, the plot blew me away. I don’t usually have high hopes for sequels, but this book exceeded my expectations by far! The character developments as well as the world building left me speechless. Ms. Barrow-Belisle has created characters that are easy to love and hate… sometimes at the same time! I shouldn’t love Zanthiel, but I do! It is hard at times to tell if he is the bad guy, but I can’t help but root for him. I adore Adrius, but there were moments where he seemed a bit too controlling for my taste. While I know he has Lorelei’s best interest at heart, I felt she should have been able to make her own decisions as he gave her guidance. I will say, while I like Lorelei as a character… she drives me crazy sometimes. At the same time, she is learning so much about herself and what she is capable of; which makes it easy to forgive some of the decisions she does make. (I’m secretly hoping for a romance between Lorelei and Zanthiel!)

This was well done and thought out! I can’t wait for book 3!

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HASH(0xa2cf65d0) out of 5 stars I was not disappointed and what a great price for so much fun July 6 2015
By JRector - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I stumbled upon this new trilogy. I found the book Fire and Ice for .99 on Amazon and couldn't resist the story line. I was not disappointed and what a great price for so much fun. Therefore, I moved on to Bittersweet. This book, like the first, is full of twists, turns, romance, heartbreak, good versus evil, surprises and mystery. But Bittersweet has abundantly more details and surprises. At times it gets really complicated (and a bit dark) but it continues to hold my interests. The book was really hard to put down given all the twist and turns. I kept finding myself needing to read one more chapter. My heart was breaking by the end of the book. I felt like Lorelei just couldn't get a good break. I was hoping she would find a glimpse of happiness. I love the complicated interactions between Lorelei, Ardius, Zanthiel, and Venus. I just don't know who is going to win out in this battle. I also don't want to see too much more of Zanthiel's mother, she is really scary. Bittersweet left me sad at the end with several unanswered questions. I keep replaying things over and over in my mind to make sure I have all the facts straight as we move into the final book. I can't wait to see how it all ends in the next book. I'm not sure I can wait that long to find out if Lorelei will find her recipe for her "Happily Ever After." If she doesn't my heart might just shatter into a million pieces. This book will also be good choice for a sequel movie, I can't wait!.
HASH(0xa2cf660c) out of 5 stars They are not stand-alones so I feel like you have to read them in order to understand ... June 21 2015
By A Hayes - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I am going to do a review on the Faerie Song Series vs each individual book. They are not stand-alones so I feel like you have to read them in order to understand the complex storyline. The first book has a slight cliffhanger and the second book starts right back into the story.

Lorelei isn’t your typical teen because she can heal with her touch but in everything else she is pretty typical in that she goes out with friends, has a part time job and has drama with the popular kids. One day, Adrius, a hot new guy, shows up and it all goes crazy from that point on. They have incredible chemistry but there are so many other things that have to be taken care of, their attraction almost takes a back seat.

I really liked this series but it was hard to read in some places along with a couple of inconsistencies that I noticed. It wasn’t anything glaring but I notice things like that. For this to be a YA book, it was surprisingly easy to read and I didn’t feel like I was reading an angsty teenager’s diary. I love all the additions of the creatures of Nevermore and all the mystery surrounding Lorelei’s family, her past and her future.

Copies provided in exchange for review.
HASH(0xa2bf0a44) out of 5 stars Fabulous second book of the trilogy! June 29 2015
By Reader helping readers - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
In this book we see more of the after effects of the fates that transpired in the first book. Lorelei is as always trying to do everything she can to keep her family and friend safe, while protecting her supernatural boyfriend. They think they can hide away in the human realm, but of course their little sanctuary doesn’t last very long. Villain more ominous that the last batch emerge and before long they’re running and fighting for their lives, literally. Adrius is the perfect hero, but then Zanthiel is pretty perfect himself. So hard to pick a team between them. Anyway, this story is so intricate with several story threads tightly woven between, you learn a little more about the mysteries that began in the first story and it ends in a way that took my breath away. This book will hold you hostage from the first page until the last. And then have you begging for more. I cannot wait for the next book in the trilogy. And I know I’ll have a withdrawal once the series is done.