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Fire and Ice (Faerie Song Trilogy Book 1) by [Barrow-Belisle, Michele]
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Adventure wasn’t something Lorelei Alundra was interested in. Gifted with two other-worldly talents for singing and healing, she’s always shied away from her gifts and the spotlight, preferring quiet anonymity, over attention and fame. But when she meets the enigmatic Adrius, with his dark and dangerous mystique and eyes that could see into her soul, her uneventful life becomes irrevocably altered.

Adrius turns up in every one of her classes and knows more about her than any newcomer should. Including the condition of her mother who is suffering from a mysterious illness. Accepting his offer to help leads her into a terrifying and thrilling world, where Elves are even hotter than Legolas, and Faeries.... are nothing like Tinkerbell. The two magical beings are fire and ice opposites. One Lorelei can’t help falling for, and the other she's compelled to be with.

Now she’s trapped, expected to prevent a war between witches and faeries, or forfeit her mother’s life. Nothing is what it seems. Not her family. Not the Fey. Not even Adrius, whose feelings for her balance precariously between desire and danger. Despite her better judgment, she can’t say away from him.
As secrets unravel and unsettling truths are revealed, Lorelei must fight to save much more than her mother’s life. One mistake could put the fate of his world, and her soul in jeopardy.

But hey, no pressure… right.

InD'Tale Magazine review
4.5 star rating with a Golden Heart Crown of Excellence Award
Michele Barrow-Belisle has such an exquisite way with words! She paints a very wild and vivid picture throughout the entire story. The creatures and the scenery practically jump off the page as the reader travels on a journey of a girl finding where she came from and who she is. The amount of characters and creatures are abundant at times and the reader may get caught up in trying to keep them all straight. The reader must concentrate to remember the main characters are the focus while all the others are part of setting the scenes. For fantasy lovers, this is a fun, fantastic tale where with everyone can live happily ever after….or can they??

About the Author

Michele Barrow-Belisle is an author and artist living in southern Ontario, Canada with her husband, son and a ridiculously affectionate cat. Often told by teachers to stop dreaming and get her head out of the clouds, Michele still spends much of her time lost in make-believe worlds, populated with fascinating characters. Her passion for fantasy extends beyond her writing into her figure sculpting, creating miniaturized replicas of the paranormal beings she writes about. She loves reading, writing and all things romantic. She also loves chocolate, lattes and fireflies at twilight. Did we mention she loves chocolate?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1203 KB
  • Print Length: 467 pages
  • Publisher: Clean Reads (Nov. 24 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars I wanted to be wowed... Sept. 23 2015
By Kindle Customer - Published on
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Let's start with what I liked. Overall, the writing was good. The scenes flowed smoothly and had the appropriate level of description.

I struggled a lot with the plotline and the lack of character development. The plotline was the typical savior story. What made it weak was the complete lack of agency in the main character. The first 250 pages of this book we listen to her whine and cry and throw fits and wait around to be rescued. I started skimming because it was just one scene of her being completely useless after another. The girl had no common sense. I am more of a fix your problems and save yourself sort of person so imagine my frustration as she plays dress up in a palace and whines about getting home to her mom while wandering gardens and eating breakfast. Seriously chica...your mom is dying and your focused on the details of your wardrobe in fairyland? And then she switches to wanting to be the savior in about two seconds flat? When she has no survival skills or even life skills? It was...more than disappointing watching her flail around without a clue. I wasn't even rooting for her anymore.

I also found the love story to be unimaginative and rather emotionless. One minute she was making goo goo eyes at him and the next she loves him? Why, exactly? It wasn't like she'd spent any significant time with him or as if they'd gone through something life changing together. Don't get me wrong, I liked Adrius. He at least had the complexity she was lacking. I felt his emotions more than hers.

My final pet peeve is that Lorelei spent the entire bookbinding, mumbling, whispering, looking down, and generally being as weak as possible. I don't need her to be an Amazon warrior, but I do need her to be more colorful than a white wall.

Sadly, despite my hopes for this novel, I am definitely not wowed. I will probably read book 2 just to see if it gets better. Still, I would not recommend this book and think the message it sends to young women (wait around to be rescued, it's ok to throw your common sense out the window when you see a pretty face, feel free to play the victim because it will get you guys, don't bother to save yourself, etc.) are not ones we should be giving them.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining read Sept. 4 2013
By Faye - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
This was a mostly entertaining read for me. What I liked about it was the balance of dark and light and the imaginary nature used to describe the world of the fey, elves, witches and things that go bump in the night. There is mystery, lots of adventure and clean romance included in this tale. What I had trouble with was that the story jumped around a bit for me. The heroine was somewhat frustrating to read sometimes due to the decisions she made. The other issue I had was in the emotive descriptions. Whereas the descriptions the author used to to explain the fey world were complex, the emotions were not (for example the author used the term 'rolling eyes' way too many times to describe ones mood).

Overall, this fantasy tale is a great mix of the human world and that of the other-world. Would recommend for those age 'young adult' and older who enjoy reading urban fantasy with a blend of clean romance, some mystery and lots of adventure. For those that always wanted to be or wondered what a real 'Fairy Princess' was may enjoy the 'not so nice' addition to this title.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An Epic Story with lots of adventure and action Oct. 22 2013
By Lynelle - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I received this book from the touring host for an honest review.

A tale of magic, fairies's and every fantasy creature you could think of. Lorelei, a frightened young seventeen year old, struggling with stage fright and the fear of blood, soon discovered she had more to worry about then pestering cheerleaders and been called a freak. What set her apart was her healing ability just by touching a person, working in the Tea Room with all its interesting herbs that were actually healing the people without their knowledge. When she met Adruis she had no idea that her world was about to change, forever.
Will full, stubborn, determined, not listening to anyone, with one goal to safe her mother she lands in the land of Mythlandria.
She discovered whom she was as secrets are revealed and a prophecy unfolds taking her deeper into this land with his strange but fascinating life. Always at the run from something with Adrius always at her side. His character, steadfast, willing to risk it all for her as sacrifices are made and lives saved. The budding romance had resistance from the start with the Icy Witch claiming what was hers.
The epic story of good versus evil in a land of make believe, when truths were revealed, hearts were broken, and this mystical land became not so mystical anymore. With many twists and turns in the plot, the author captures your imagination, wondering if the day will be saved. An entertaining fantasy story for people who believe that fairies, magic and witches are real. Descriptive in her storytelling the author will keep you at the edge till the very last page.
Well written the story will pull you into the pages as scene upon scene unfolds with plenty of adventure and action waiting for her. The characters were well crafted and believable. At the end a great story.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars This could have been a much better book, as the author has a real talent ... Oct. 13 2015
By Georgia - Published on
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This could have been a much better book, as the author has a real talent for world building. Unfortunately, the absolute stupidity of the female lead jars you out of world the author has woven rather abruptly. Why are female authors unable to write a heroine who doesn't act like a stupid, willful child? It was disappointing, and predictable. Characters behaving in ways no sane person would act in a survival situation doesn't indicate independence or strength - it indicates weakness, petulance and stupidity. Something that makes it very difficult to connect with the character and impossible to believe in any hero having a sincere attraction to her. Which is a shame, because this author created a vivid world filled with amazing characters.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautifully written and captivating! July 4 2013
By Moonlight - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Received an advance copy of this novel and loved it!!! Great mixture of romance, danger and adventure. The author created a world so vividly real, I felt I could almost step into it and the characters are wonderfully compelling. Although this author is new to me, I am now anxiously awaiting the sequel and looking for more of her books!