Black Dog, Book 1
Synopsis: Half-bloods with Thierry’s skill set are given two options. They can join the conclave’s marshal program, or they can pack their bags. Turn down the job offer, and you’ve just shredded your residency pass for the mortal realm and booked yourself a one-way ticket to Faerie.
Texas is the only home Thierry has ever known, and she’s not going anywhere. Even if it means following in her notorious father’s footsteps as a peacekeeper. But pinning on the badge opens her eyes to the fact sometimes fae need protection too, and that sometimes humans are the real monsters.
Review: I was curious to discover this series as I had a good time with two others from the author but I must admit that I didn’t really expect that.
When I started the novel, I wondered if it wasn’t a YA novel, because the main character was a student in a very special school and I didn’t expect that. But finally, we learn after that Thierry is 18 years old, so not really a teenager. She will team up with an incubus and become a marshal and untangle the stories that happen between humans and faes.
The novel is very short and if it is fun to read it, I has some issues because a lot of information is missing about the characters and the universe. So it’s quite nice to read it, but I didn’t really manage to connect. I don’t think I’ll read the rest.