The Faerie Guardian, Part II

The Faerie Guardian Part II NO LONGER AVAILABLE This novelette now forms Part II of the novel The Faerie Guardian Guardian trainee Violet Fairdale has officially been suspended for bringing a human into the fae realm No assignme

  • Title: The Faerie Guardian, Part II
  • Author: RachelMorgan
  • ISBN: 9780987029027
  • Page: 235
  • Format: ebook
  • NO LONGER AVAILABLE This novelette now forms Part II of the novel The Faerie Guardian.Guardian trainee Violet Fairdale has officially been suspended for bringing a human into the fae realm No assignments, no training, and goodbye to that position at the top of the class While this sucks, it at least allows her time to secretly keep visiting Nate, the human boy who causeNO LONGER AVAILABLE This novelette now forms Part II of the novel The Faerie Guardian.Guardian trainee Violet Fairdale has officially been suspended for bringing a human into the fae realm No assignments, no training, and goodbye to that position at the top of the class While this sucks, it at least allows her time to secretly keep visiting Nate, the human boy who caused her suspension in the first place It s not the wisest move to continue breaking Guild Law, but no one s going to find out And Nate is worth the risk, isn t he To prevent herself from going into assignment withdrawal, Vi throws herself into investigating Nate s real mother, Angelica, a woman who seems to be mysteriously connected to the world of the fae Nate s never given her much thought, but that was before an insane faerie abducted him in order to blackmail Angelica out of hiding Now Nate wants answers, and Vi s got the perfect ability to help him.

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    1. In the second novella we pick right up where the first one left off. Violet is on a one week suspension because she allowed a human to pass into the fae realm. She continues to visit Nate against all the rules. Being a Guardian is everything she has ever wanted and everything she has been working her entire life to become. She doesn't want to risk it and must stop seeing Nate. But she figures during her one week suspension she will at least keep her promise to help him find his mom, then of cour [...]

    2. There are few things as thought-blanking, mind-numbing and enticing as a first kiss - and the addictive pursuit of a second, third and fourth kiss thereafter. The challenge faced - that of desperately wanting another kiss, but unsure how to initiate it. Miss Morgan captures the delicious complications of first love perfectly. Now add that this story unveils itself in the most colourful and alluring world of Creepy Hollow; add the element of danger, the Underground and a secret held for many year [...]

    3. In this installment, we discover Violet's unique gift and indeed it comes in handy. Timely too since Nate needs to find his mom and Violet's itching to work on an assignment. The little detail that she's been suspended doesn't seem to phase her .e's tough like that. Okay, maybe having the opportunity to stick around Nate longer might have been the clincher. Whatever the motive, she's out on another adventure that would surely get her in deep doodoo.There was a lot of banter between Violet and Na [...]

    4. Rachel Morgan’s LABYRINTH lives up to its title with mind-blowing twists and turns at every corner.Although Violet Fairdale has been suspended for a week from her Guardian training, she still knows how to get into trouble. She secretly keeps visiting Nate, a human, even though it’s against the rules. Plus, she has another reason to keep seeing him—besides his kissable lips—she wants to help him find his mother and the answers to his family’s pastBYRINTH picks right up where GUARDIAN le [...]

    5. Well, it took me long enough but I finally read this, and I really enjoyed it! Being already familiar with the world of Rachel Morgan's CREEPY HOLLOW, I guess it wasn't as surprising this time around to see all the subtly embedded aspects of that world, i.e. the stylus, the amber "mobile phone" tablet, etc. There were new ones introduced too, like the listening pod thingies or whatever they were called, and these all just make the world that much richer. This novelette reads as smoothly as the f [...]

    6. I love the covers man!Well this one was mysterious as Vi got into more trouble even after she got suspended?LOL!And now it seems that she also landed Nate in trouble?And wahts the deal with Angelica and Vi's Parents?Wowlooking forward for next oneSri.

    7. Violet is back. She has decided to not make Nate forget her and sees him in secret. Suspended she decides to help Nate find his biological mother. But things get very complicated. From a disk with a strange griffin on it, to what it means. Vi finds that Nate is more than he seems and their relationship gets more complicated as Vi considers if she can do what her heart finds impossible and her mind thinks is logical. Leave Nate. As they continue the search for Angelica, adventure and peril quickl [...]

    8. ***Spoilers if you haven't read the first book****Seems like there have been some loose lips in the fae realm. The kiss that was supposed to be kept secret has been blabbed about and Violet's cheeks are turning red. She's visiting Nate on the sly, breaking all the rules of her Guardian training, but hey, if no one finds out about it, she's not hurting anyone. Personally, I'd love to have one of those little stylus' she uses to draw on the wall and make a doorway to a different world. How cool wo [...]

    9. Creepy Hollow #2: Labyrinth by Rachel MorganSource: Purchase4/5 starsOoh!! Creepy Hollow round two is just as good as round one!! The action in Labyrinth picks up right where Guardian left off; none of those annoying time lapse things going on here. Violet has officially decided she likes Nate and might have “forgotten” to erase his memory. For Nate’s part, he knows he likes Violet and is anxious to begin the search for his biological mother. Both are certain that once they find Angelica ( [...]

    10. Taking place after the events that occurred in Guardian, Labyrinth definitely gave me more than what I expected from the series of novellas. Labyrinth follows Violet after her week long suspension from Guardian training and our feisty main character continues to break all the rules when she still visits Nate. The human boy whom she let enter the faerie realm. I will admit, that I wasn’t sure what to find within the pages of the story. After the way that Guardian delivered I was unsure how auth [...]

    11. This is the second Creepy Hollow novelette and follows up directly on the events of the first (Guardian). While Labyrinth is a solid story on it's own it is much preferable to start with Guardian to properly follow everything. **This review contains no spoilers for Labyrinth but will by necessity have some for the previous book.**Seventeen year old Violet Fairdale is a fairy in training treading along some very fine lines after the events of Guardian. Having inadvertently revealed the fairly rea [...]

    12. This is the second little novelette in the Creepy Hollow series, which I read in quick succession after I finished the first one, Guardian. They're so short, that reading the both of them together made it almost one full book. That's my biggest 'problem' with this series, is that the individual installments are too short to actually sate my reading appetite. Just as I finally start falling into the reading groove, and get into the characters, the story would end! I wanted more details about wher [...]

    13. Labyrinth is the second story in the Creepy Hollow series by Rachel Morgan, these short stories will be published as ebooks on a monthly basis with the third story Traitor due to be released in May. As this review is for the second story it may contain spoilers for the first instalment of the series.Labyrinth picks up the story a few days after the ending of Guardian, Violet has been suspended from her guardian training for bringing a human into the fae realm - even though it wasn't her fault. S [...]

    14. Labyrinth was excellent!!This is now my favorite novelette I have read! As with the first installment, this second part to the series does not disappoint.It brings more action and mystery. You get to delve a little more into the history of the fae world and learn more about the main characters. Vi is on suspension from Guardian training. Becoming a Guardian is her whole life and she is faced with a tough decision; how far should she let her relationship with Nate go? On the verge of cutting ties [...]

    15. Now this second book takes place when Violet is being sent before the Council for disobeying their laws and a suitable punishment is to be determined. She will lose her ranking and miss out on an assignment by being expelled from the Guild for a week. So Violet is a bit miffed at her sentence but it can't be helped so with so much free time on her hands she decides to visit Nate. Feeling drawn to him, she is again breaking Guardian rules but the reward of spending time with Nate seems to be wort [...]

    16. In LABYRINTH, Violet has officially been suspended for bringing a human into the fae realm, but that doesn’t stop her from spending time with Nate.But Nate many not be exactly what he seems, and the search for his mother lands them both in a labyrinth where no portal can be drawn to help them escape.This is a fun and fast paced series that I highly recommend.This review originally appeared on faeriewriter

    17. Labyrinth, the second book in The Faerie Guardian series by Rachel Morgan continues the story of a young fae guardian named Violet, Vi for short, and her adventures when she defies the Guild laws to help Nate, a human boy, to find out the truth about his mother.This magical tale leads the two into unknown territory and trouble, as they follow a lead to find Nate's mother, who is not what she seems.Rachel has continued the magic of her first book in the series with this young adult fantasy as rea [...]

    18. Vi’s confident, sarcastic yet warm voice bursts onto the page and we get to know Nate-the-human a lot better as things in Creepy Hollow get a whole lot, err, creepier. The title definitely suits the content of the story as I often didn’t have a clue which direction the plot would go. When the finale left me on a cliffhanger, I could have screamed, but only because I so desperately wished Book 3, Traitor, was already available. I’m now eagerly anticipating the news that Traitor has been rel [...]

    19. A great second novelette in this series. Vi and Nate were seeking out Nate's mother and ending up in odd places, which was quite an adventure. I like that some things you can guess but much of the time you're just going with the story, which was great. Ryn is also an intriguing and suspicious character that I would like to see explored more. The ending left more questions, leaving you wanting the next book, but in a good way.

    20. Loved this one, too! The imagery and world-building is so natural and wonderful - rainbow-colored spiderwebs was one of my favorites in this one - and the MC's voice is just perfect. I just wish I could read these all at once in one novel. I get so into the story and then, it just ends and I have to grab the next installation.

    21. Hmmm Griffins, serpents, half-magic/half-humans, centaurs? A maniacal halfling that killed his human father? A maniacal halfling that wants to take over the world? A halfling that when he was killed, separated pieces of his magic into different objects? If my count is correct, we seem to be missing Ronald Weasley

    22. Between the two - Guardian and Labyrinth - I still prefer Guardian where we were first introduced to the characters. I wouldn't say that I was entirely surprised about Nate's heritage but the ending - another cliffhanger! Yikes!

    23. Again, interesting story. Would love more details about well, about everything to be honest. But, since these are short stories, I'm guessing we'll get the details later? Anyway, the love story is still a bummer for me. I guess I blinked and missed when it happened. Still rushed to my taste.

    24. There is so much that happens in these short books. I like them though. I like them a lot. Very eager to read the next one.

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