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Slumber - Tamara Blake The captivating cover drew me in and I knew that this wasn’t just another magic based book.

It is a thousand things more and then some.

Slumber is not just a story of magical beings, it is a story of family and the lengths we will go to protect the ones we love.

Ruby is one of the strongest characters I have come across in a while and I absolutely loved her resolve. Her family came first every step of the way (yes, even above the sexy, mysterious creature known was Tam), and I always appreciate that in anyone!

In the beginning, Tam was great. Nice, yet I suspected something was up his sleeve. We see that something isn’t quite right with him. Vampire? Wizard?

But he isn’t either of those, folks. He is something worse.

Fairy. Fae.

And once I saw that one word, all my hope for this book vanished and I prayed that it wouldn’t turn out like so many of the other Fae books I have read.

It isn’t. It’s so much better.

These fairies, Tam’s crew, are some of the sickest, most vile versions of fairies that I’ve read about and I’m pretty sure I hate the fuckers. They don’t give a shit about anyone else, especially humans, and just waste as much as they want. Material values. A life of luxury with no morals.

But as Ruby gets dragged into their world with a few slips here and there, she ultimately comes out with her standards in check.

And I love that shit.

Her family is sweet and had me choking up at more than one part.

I love the way Tamara Blake entwined Ruby’s life with Tam’s. It is perfectly thought out and I couldn't have asked for a better ending.