#Review of The Deepest Black by @rainyofthedark

Title: The Deepest Black
Author: Rainy Kaye
Genre: Fantasy
Publisher: Rainy Kaye
Publication Date: May 27, 2016
Received: via Netgalley with Publisher approval

Blurb:

Ember has a little problem…Fairies want her dead.

Ember spends her Friday nights lurking in the bad parts of town, killing fairies. It’s either that, or become a victim of their flesh-eating hunger.

Then she meets Remy, a fae who, despite getting on her nerves, isn’t evil. He tells her that a shadow has been consuming his world, changing its inhabitants and letting destructive beasts into his city. He is searching for his brother who went missing during the catastrophe.

When mercenaries come for Ember, she has little choice but to join Remy in his quest. Together, they decide to bait a trap. What they find reveals the destruction of the fae world means the end of the human world, too–and it’s Ember’s fault.

Review:

***I would like to thank Netgalley and Rainy Kaye for providing me with “The Deepest Black” for free, in exchange for a honest review***

I was not sure of The Deepest Black but the description was to outstanding to not request it. There are a load of twists that you might see coming but not all of them. I am not sure that the title fits the actual story. However, since it is a really dark time for earth and the fae world.

Ember can fae and doesn’t know why. Remy comes in a time that she needs him but doesn’t want him at the same time because of how they met. It is in first person point of view of Ember. She is a fighter even if you get a little annoyed with how things turn out. She will always fight for what she thinks is right.

It is a HEA (Happily Ever After). Hopefully more to come with Ember and Remy.
Buy it here

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