Book Review: Pawn by Angela J. Ford

Pawn
by Angela J. Ford 
Indie Author: Yes
Kindle Unlimited: Yes
Publication Date: 2.14.2020

Genres: 
Fantasy

Page Count: 306 Pages

Synopsis:

A day will come, when curses will be broken, the lost shall be found, the found shall be lost, and the rift between mortal and celestial will cease to exist.

– Prophecy of Erinyes
Maeve of Carn is a warrior of warriors, but she’s no hero.

Born with superhuman strength she sells her abilities to mercenaries and warlords in exchange for wealth.

Until the night of the full moon. . .

In the midst of a raid, led by the warlord she just might be falling in love with, Maeve is taken by the Dark Fae.

After leaving her to rot in the dungeon of the damned they offer her a deal. Freedom.

If she finds a divine relic rumored to have the power to break all curses.

Left with no other choice, Maeve sets off on a perilous quest, guided by the Scholar.

Set in an expansive fantasy world with monsters, magic and mysteries, the Night of the Dark Fae series is an epic fantasy trilogy birthed from the mind of International Best Selling Author, Angela J. Ford. Readers who love action, adventure, romance, sword and sorcery will be held captive by this series.

Sabetha's Review:

5/5

Honestly, I had no idea what this book was going to be about. I just love Angela J. Ford, so I had to read it. I was imagining that it was going to be some sort of pro-fae warrior book lmao. I should read blurbs.

ANYWAY- It wasn’t that, it was much much more than that. I was instantly swept into Maeve’s personality and can’t wait to see her kick some ass in the upcoming books. This story (in true Angela fashion) has many moving parts, with the readers gaining more knowledge than the characters.

I am excited to see how all that we discover in this book will affect the quest that Maeve is on, and if she will make it out alive. 100% already on my list for best book of 2020.

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