Book Review: Game of Vampires: Winterfest

 

In an alternate realm, a race of ancient fae gather and watch as their wicked games get underway...

Some people turn forty and splurge on a new haircut or dream vacation. Cassidy Wright kicks off her fourth decade on the planet by discovering that vampires exist, magic is real, and that she herself possesses an eerie ability to manipulate ice and snow.

After barely escaping the carnage of Winterball, Cassidy is ready to leave Silvery Pines, Colorado—and her magical heritage—behind for good. But before she can flee, a strange tattoo with the words Winterfest Contestant appears on her and her friends’ arms. The mark brands them as competitors in an upcoming event known as Winterfest...whether they want to participate or not.

But nothing in Cassidy’s life has prepared her to compete in the increasingly deadly series of games involving magic, dangerous fae creatures, and death-defying feats of courage. Games that smack of the ancient fae, who enjoy playing with humans.

Cassidy soon realizes that she’s in over her head. Her friends start exhibiting bizarre behavior, and her only ally is Roman, a mysterious and alluring bartender with an agenda of his own. Cassidy must trust her instincts and tap into a power she doesn’t yet understand, or control, if she hopes to save her friends and escape the games alive.

Place your bets...it’s game on!

Winterfest, the second pulse-pounding installment in the Wicked Fae Games saga, plunges you deeper into a chilling world of treachery and magic. The stakes are higher, the games deadlier, and romance ignites under the most unlikely of circumstances. Brace yourself for a thrilling journey that will leave you breathless, craving the next deadly game.



My Review

Cassidy is back and so are Bobbi and Cleo. After the events of the first book, they are all recovering and just want to leave. Before they can they are all recruited to the new games of Winterfest. Not all who play will survive!

Cassidy and her friends need to find a way to escape. They find an ally in Roman. He is a wild card. I was very curious as to what his endgame is. Then there is Serenity, who is making sure her investors are happy with the "games". Although, she is not the only one up to trouble. There is Desmond as well. 

The games of Winterfest are vicious. There is definitely blood spilled. I don't know if I would be able to survive them. I can't wait to read the next book in this series. 

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