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Summary

My life was nothing but mundane until the night I met her.

Lustful, beautiful...and also a fairy.

And after one wild night, she's chosen me as the savior of an entire race of fae—a race that has lost the means to protect themselves, to rebuild everything they’ve lost, and most of all, to procreate. 

They need to be rebuilt and re-bred, and I’m just the man for the job.

©2022 Simon Archer (P)2022 Simon Archer
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  • Michael willis
  • 14-09-22

shallow, bland and boring

don't waste your time unless you are truly desperate.

there's absolutely no depth to be found here, the characters are shallow, the MC can do anything bc he's a man, and every female wants to have sex with him because he's a man.

it commits the cardinal sin of name dropping a AAA title in a vain attempt to get you to connect with the MC...

speaking of the MC... Logan is a self proclaimed nerd/hipster. who despite working in a comic book store can afford a flat in New York city. every problem that comes up he solves so conveniently. for example, he wants to help protect the fairies, so he decides to build a fence, saying that he's glad his dad just so happened to work in construction. a fairy gets hurt and leg gets infected, so he hops back down to earth to blackmail one of his friends who just so happens to be a doctor and just so happens to be cheating on his girlfriend.

the ladies...... don't even get me started.... their personalities can best be described as 2D sex dolls.

you have a bubbly air head, who's never experienced anything sexual and after the first she's hooked.

a tsundre who acts all authoritative but the second she has the MC alone she drops into a submissive sex doll.

then you have the defacto leader, who despite being all reserved and "not wanting to" the second the MC does anything slightly important she spreads her legs.



that brings us to the plot and story telling. so as the title suggests, that's all this book is about, sex with fairies and getting them pregnant. however, the author will take the time to describe exactly how the female climaxes, yet the MC gets barely a sentence.

Tl;DR

MC gets to have sex with living sex dolls bc he's a male.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 17-09-22

Not even close to being good

First thing I'm not a writer but I read or listen to books alot and I think in order to make a good fantasy book it needs to be somewhat believable and it isn't. For example he is drugged by a woman who he thinks is a little crazy and when he wakes up their is no anger he goes straight into sex before he is interrupted I could understand if he wasn't human but he is.My girlfriend tried to continue and made it to chapter 21 before she quit and her thoughts were that Logan should of told the fairy to go fuck the dog Brad and walk away.

Secondly the MC is dumb as crap and as most of these type books he screws the first female he see's

Lastly the voice of the female narrator is way to feminine for the MC I could only get to chapter 6 before I had to stop

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  • Ryan Perry
  • 13-09-22

Good, But

This was a good book, with good narration.
But unfortunately I couldn't give it 5 stars.
The story was good but overall it wasn't everything I felt it could have been. In parts the book was great. I enjoyed Rachel's narration, but a dule narration might have helped. I will say that the last few chapters finish the book strong and I will be looking forward to book two.

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  • Brian Hinton
  • 10-09-22

Capturing

Captures your attention and opens your imagination! A must read for fantasy style story reading.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 02-09-22

A classic in the making...

If you like fantasy harem concept that leads to children and an excellent story line this is the AB for you. I have listened to it twice and it is not one of my top 5. there's only 2 things it needs. one, a male voice for the MC. is not a deal breaker by any means but nothings perfect. and 2, a sequel....NOW. kudos to Mr Archer and we'll read by Ms Lablang.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 21-07-22

Oliver Twist

I feel a lot like Oliver Twist going “please’ may I have another?” It was a great book if not an anthology. And I’d love the sequel