Review: Court of Bitter Thorn (The Fae of Bitter Thorn #1) by Kay L. Moody

Review: Court of Bitter Thorn (The Fae of Bitter Thorn #1) by Kay L. Moody

Title: Court of Bitter Thorn (The Fae of Bitter Thorn #1)
Author: Kay L. Moody
Pub Date: August 18th 2020
Pages:354
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Faerie wasn’t supposed to be real.

Tricked by a fae prince, Elora is stuck in the Faerie realm far from her young sisters who depend on her for survival. Under the terms of her bargain, she can’t go home to the mortal world until Prince Brannick becomes the next High King.

Or until he’s taken out of the running…

Sabotaging Brannick’s chance at the crown will be much faster than helping him win. The fae prince may be charming, powerful, and wickedly handsome, but that won’t stop Elora from selling his secrets to the highest bidder.

By day, she uses her master sword skills to train the prince, while ignoring her growing attraction to him. By night, she conspires with a rival king in a nearby court whose plans could destroy half of Faerie.

If she gets caught, Brannick will kill her. But what’s life without a little bit of danger?


I’ll probably read anything by Kay L. Moody at this point. I just really love her writing styling and her storytelling. I’ll admit I’m picky about fae books and who I will read fae books from but Court of Bitter Thorn was something I actually enjoyed reading. I’m looking forward to a second book to see what happens next.