Fern’s decision changed everything.
Now she must live with the consequences not only affecting her, but the people she loves, even the ones who find it hard to love her in return.
Trapped in the Shadowlands, Fern must put her trust in the Angels of Death and adapt to her new surroundings.
When a disturbing message is delivered about her mother, Fern defies the trio and takes matters into her own hands.
Fern’s Wings is the second book of Fern’s Trilogy and continues The Sisters of Hex story. Although this is a standalone trilogy, to get a full picture of the overarching story line you might wish to read Accacia’s trilogy first.
Reverse Harem And +18 Readers
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Title: Fern’s Wings
Series: Sisters of Hex #5 / Fern #2
Author: Bea Paige
Source: Bea Paige
I thought this book started out great, but it threw me off a bit when Fern handled her men the way she did. I know I should be feeling sympathetic, what with everything that’s happened for this young deaf human, but at the same time, it’s hard to feel like she deserves a break when she shows that she’s strong and can handle it. I guess it’s just an uneasy feeling to watch someone not live up to your expectations. She’s such a light to the guys, and it’s just not easy having to watch them go through these fights. It’s almost like they pushed her too hard or something and instead of taking it a little at a time, she bottled it all up until she couldn’t handle it anymore, and that’s weird, considering how open she was pushing for everyone to be.
I don’t know. I really love the whole idea of the series and the way the sisters have their own men to love and rely on, but there seems to be a pattern for me, where I’ll only thoroughly enjoy the last books of their trilogies. If it keeps happening, I may just end up buying only the last books and getting caught up with the back stories that go on in the beginning. Would I recommend this? I think if you live for the reverse harems with fantasy aspects, then yes. I personally couldn’t handle the drama and the way she kept reacting, but that’s just me.