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Fae Not Ashton Has Never Had A Problem Being Able To Turn Heads, Or Being Able To Persuade Humans Do To Whatever He Wants After The Accidental Death Of A Childhood Friend, Ashton Knows All Too Well The Dangers That Come Along With Channeling Humans And Begins To Resent His Existence Because Of It Ashton Now Spends His Time Trying To Fix Humans At A Therapeutic Camp In His Colony When Claire Comes To The Camp, Not Only Is She Different In The Fact That She S Shy And Innocent, But His Abilities Don T Seem To Work On Her Either.Distraught, Ashton Discovers Who Her Real Parents Are And What Claire Must Be, But He Knows He S Also Running Out Of Time Because Another Powerful Fae Is Erasing The Memory That She Even Existed He Must Find Her Before They Find Him Or The Memory Of Claire, The Only Girl He S Ever Loved, And The Knowledge Of What She Truly Is Will Be Erased Forever.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 258 pages
  • Fae Not
  • Leah Spiegel
  • English
  • 17 June 2019

About the Author: Leah Spiegel

An Edinboro University of Pennsylvania Graduate who once spent years drawing imaginary worlds and now writes about them with her sister, Megan Summers.



10 thoughts on “Fae Not

  1. says:

    I received this book for free in exchange for an unbiased, honest review My thoughts are my own I was drawn initially by the blurb, promises of a good fae story and maybe romance Possibly on the YA side this was just a pre read guess but I thought I would really enjoy it.This book gave me trouble I tend to be generous with stars, and it started sucking me into the story and the characters I wanted to like it, and did even lean strongly toward 4 stars but for the end Remove the last 5 or so pages, and it s a 4 star read But the ending was so, Wham Bam Thank You M am it was like a HEA fairy came and threw up on everything Yes, it leaves you with the feeling of HEA But dude slapping wings on something does NOT mean that explains everything and it s all roses and kittens.I m sorry that s so graphic in a Disney Gone Wild sentiment but I adore fae stories, even half f...

  2. says:

    Posted at my blog too Michelle s Paranormal Vault of Books I finished this quick read in less than a day, and I really enjoyed it I only had one problem with it, and that the ending was abrupt To me, it didn t tie up any of the loose ends at all I can t see anywhere that it is a series, as it could be one If it IS meant to be a series, then that ending is ok, BUT if its NOT, then that leaves me very unsatisfied.This is a fun book about Fae, we have a swoon worthy male, Ashton who is fae except I have no clue as to what he looks like, NO descriptions of him at all, which sucks, I could not really bring up a good picture in my head, it s all from his point of view He spends his time now trying to fix humans at this camp, using his abilities to try and help them, as he is guilt ridden after a tragic death of a human friend when he was younger.This is a new twist on the fae, we have coffee Shops that offer than coffee for the fae customers, the fae channel energy from humans these shops take payment from the fae and they point out good humans to channel from.Then we have a...

  3. says:

    This book was great It was such a fun, quick read and I had it done in just a few hours The premise is great and I really enjoyed learning about Claire as the book went on Ashton was fabulous So fabulous, in fact, I kind of love him a little While I was hooked from beginning to end, I had a bunch of questions I understand the point of the camp but I wish we had gotten detail about its purpose and the people who worked there While the prologue and a little throughout the book fill us ...

  4. says:

    Well, to begin with the cover is good, however I still think there should have been a bigger splurge If it was about fairies, the authour could have demanded creativity, especially since book covers are essential to selling a book I can t really speak fairly since I didn t pick out this book from a bookshelf of equally talent stuffed books In fact, I got it i the midst of an impulse after realizing I could easily get giveaways as long as I reviewed them SO AWESOME I was instantly interested, especially since it was closer to my usual genre.Since, Ishould be a positive person, I ll end this review on a good note and start with the problems interlaced with sneaky compliments of course Flaw number one, the writing Like loads of books I seem to find myself caught in, the story was delicious, with characters I was actually interested in However, the writing felt slightly rushed, as if the authour had so much inspiration and beauty in her thoughts that she just had to expel them as soon as possible Problem is, that creates an interesting story but not beguiling words Books need time Like flowers, they need to be nurtured and ground, sprinkled with nourishing water and a tugging sun Without time, they can t reach their full potential Honestly, this book could have been much better That was the main problem, this book needed time.Flaw number two, cheesiness It was sweet, no lie, bit somethimes it felt a tinny bit too...

  5. says:

    A quick read since I couldn t put it down.Fae Not was truly a captivating read I m always partial to novels about fairies and this one incorporated both the idea of faes and of how vampires suck in the sense that faeries suck or channel energies from humans in order to feed.The male protagonist is Ashton, a camp counselor in the farm intended to help people with difficulties He s revealed to be one of the faes who feeds on the energy given by humans in order to replenish but as a self imposed rule, he doesn t fraternize with the clients of the farm.Ashton meets Claire, a depressed girl who, to his inner turmoil, gives him pleasurable desires and conflicting emotions Claire, Ashton found out, could hardly be affected by his compulsions and commands and she also gives of such strong energy that s very hard to miss As the both of them learn to trust and be with the other, and of Claire s identity, her past, and the reason why she was sent to the farm is revealed But with that, the people who s after Claire became and insistent on putting her to use, pushing Ashton to do whatever it takes to save and protect Claire the only girl he has fallen in love with First off, I would just like to say that I appreciate very much the fact that this book is using Ashton s POV It s always refreshing to read a novel with a m...

  6. says:

    I enjoyed this book quite a bit I had a hard time deciding how to rate it, because I love anything to do with faeries and the story was captivating, but ultimately it was the abruptness of the ending that decided me The plot itself was interesting and compelling and easily read within a day The story kept the reader s attention it was something the reader wanted to know about The interpretation of faeries was familiar enough to be understandable, but different enough to be interesting Some of the interactions between the main characters were very believable as well, which I enjoy Verisimilitude is important when incorporating paranormal elements, I feel.I did feel that there were plenty of places for expansion, background, um fleshing out the story While I could understand what was going on, I was propelled forward on the idea that I would eventually understand or better, and that didn t precisely happen There were whole segments of world building that never got specific attention they were left to the reader to determine how they might have come into existence or why they mattered Th...

  7. says:

    Original post Given a copy for a honest review Ashton is a fae Faes channel feed off human and they can persuade humans But when Claire arrives at the institute Ashton knows there s something wrong She s different She can give off heaps off energy and she can control the channeling It s as if she knows The big mystery of Claire gives the readers an adrenaline and keeps them on the edge of their seat I couldn t put it down I haven t had good old thrill, like this, since ages Claire, our main character, is adopted by two faes and they both channel off her When she arrives at the institute she s quiet as a mouse but when we go through the book we see her character developing into a stronger one We find out how Claire is used and how she goes around been channelled by many faes It s filthy and wrong shiver Along with Claire s character developing, we also see the relationship between Ashton and Claire developing Ashton is not like other Faes He doesn t like what he is When Ashton meets Claire for the first time he knows that she s different from other humans She doesn t swoon after him or follow him around like a lost puppy Then, we see that Ashton is growing special feelings for her The thing that ticked off was that when Aston and Claire had a romantic moment Claire would always run away and it was not explained Despite this, Ashton and Claire were cute together Although, Fae Not was addicting and had great character ...

  8. says:

    This is an R2RGoodreads Summary Ashton has never had a problem being able to turn heads, or being able to persuade humans do to whatever he wants After the accidental death of a childhood friend, Ashton knows all too well the dangers that come along with channeling humans and begins to resent his existence because of it.Ashton now spends his time trying to fix humans at a therapeutic camp in his colony When Claire comes to the camp, not only is she different in the fact that she s shy and innocent, but his abilities don t seem to work on her either.Distraught, Ashton discovers who her real parents are and what Claire must be, but he knows he s also running out of time because another powerful fae is erasing the memory that she even existed He must find her before they find him or the memory of Claire, the only girl he s ever loved, and the knowledge of what she truly is will be erased forever I did enjoy this book I like the relationshi...

  9. says:

    This is an intriguing novel, but I must add that right away the elitist Fae infuriated me Like vampires in so many paranormal novels, the Fae here perceive humans as fodder energy supplements the Fae want and need At Rykers Farm the counselors ostensibly interact with troubled teens, bringing therapeutic insight through manual farm labour Yeah, right the adolescents are sent to the Farm because they ve failed to produce sufficient energy reserves for their local fae In Claire s case, she is a human, adopted early by Fae parents, and as soon as her energy input ceases, it s off to the farm, to be treated by Ashton Claire s problem seems to be deeper than that, though she is pathologically shy and reserved yet when confronted with Nature, her energy is over the top.I m afraid that the further I read into this novel, the angrier I became with the Fae attitude Humans, even though some are sub human, are not animals and I resented...

  10. says:

    Fae Not was a unique and intriquing read about a new version of fae The only thing that changed this from a 5 star to 4 star was that I wanted background in the beginning I understand the building mystery to the society and supernatural beings, but I wanted the farm clearly explained Sometimes it felt a little thrown into the middle of a story Because of this, the farm was sort of vaccuum that I wasn t real sure of the time period of the story It wasn t until the trip to Wal Mart and mentions of the Garmin GPS that I was sure it was present day However, that being said, I did immediately get drawn into the mystery of Ashton and the depressed Claire The new twist on the Fae keep me reading as I wanted to know all the details of how the society worked While the beginning bothered me with a lack of background details, the story really picks up halfway through and kept me reading unti...

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