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Review of Dreamfever – Book Four – by Jennifer J. (check out our reviews of Darkfever, Bloodfever and Faefever)

The 4th book in Karen Marie Moning’s Fever series, Dreamfever, picks up just about where Faefever left off. Now in the Lord Master’s clutches, Mac’s future isn’t looking too bright. No human has ever recovered from being seduced by the Fae. Mac’s thoughts are that of an animal, and she is only interested in one thing: more sex with the Fae. Once Dani rescues her from the Lord Master and Barrons takes her home to Barrons Books and Baubles, Barrons sets out to tame the beast that has become Mac. It takes months for Mac to recuperate, and when she realizes what Barrons had to do to bring her back, it drives a wedge even further between them. Now Mac is facing complicated feelings towards Barrons she didn’t want to acknowledge.

The barrier between the Fae world and the human world is crumbling fast, and Dublin is not how Mac remembers it. The Fae are rapidly taking over the entire world, and Mac fears for the safety of her adoptive parents. To set everything right again, Mac will journey into the dangerous world of the Fae, where losing all her sense of self could mean her death.

Karen Marie Moning’s Dreamfever is the darkest book in the Fever series yet. Mac isn’t the only one who has matured–the series has as well. The first 50 pages finally brought Mac and Jericho Barrons together in ways which I’m sure every reader has longed for since the very first book. The situation was dire, but I couldn’t help finding amusement at seeing Jericho more vulnerable and real than he has ever seemed before. I’m still in the dark about who–or what–Jericho is, and the shocking cliffhanger ending of the book left me with even more questions than I’d had to begin with.

I’ll be sad to see this series end with the 5th book, Shadowfever, though I’m glad that Moning has been so organized and concise with writing it and could see a definite ending. Hopefully all of the questions I have will be answered, and those who have it coming to them will get it in the worst possible way.

Jennifer graduated from the University of Utah with a BA in English. She occasionally dabbles with her own fiction writing, particularly with the Young Adult and Paranormal genres. She currently resides in Utah with her husband and daughter.

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