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Summer Knights Dream

A Fated Mates Bully Why Choose Royal Fae Academy Romance

Publisher: Night Vision Publishing LLC
Year of Publication: 2022
Book type: Series
Age: Adult
Genre: Fantasy
Sub Genre: Fantasy · Reverse Harem · Romance · Romantic Fantasy · Why Choose
Language: English
Key Phrases: academy romance · bully romance · fae fantasy · fae romance · fantasy romance · fated mates · high fae · rejected mate · Reverse Harem · shifter romance · Why Choose
Spice Level:
3/5

The spice rating is in regards to the type of sexual content within the book. Below is a helpful guide (courtesy of Georgia C Leigh)

1= YA romantic, making out, MAYBE a closed door.
2= some on page foreplay and nudity but mostly fade to black.
3= open door, on page vanilla sex.
4= on page sex – hot or with kink.
5= erotica.

“Wow, this book and author were a delightful surprise. This could have easily been a 600-page book; there was a lot of world-building and magical systems to unpack. But the author condensed all of the elements of the plot into 200 easy-to-follow pages. This ended up being a 5-star read for me because I wanted more. Lyra lives in a world where the Queen rules with her consort harem, one person from the other 3 ruling courts in the fae world. In the Night Court, the female heir is never seen nor spoken of until she finds her four mates. When she turns (21?), a geas is enacted, barring her and her family from revealing her true identity, including a disguised appearance that is only lifted when she finds one of her mates. They pass a series of mystery challenges. The people under the geas can see her true self. It’s explained well, and I can’t believe no one else has ever thought to write this as a plot point. At the first event of the season before Academy attendance that all Fae have to experience, Lyra meets her first mate, Axel. Axel is appalled by Lyra, assuming she’s a servant or lesser fae, and rejects her outright. When they meet again a month later at school, Axel and his girlfriend try to bully Lyra into leaving, not realizing she is the school’s Night Court heir and patron. So much happens between Axel and Lyra that I could not put this book down. The other great part of this series was Lyra’s brothers. She comes from a large family, and her brothers are the best. They protect her and try to guide her when needed. I loved that, as many times, the FMC is alone with no family.”
– Alice
Traditionally the Night Queen has at least one mate from each seasonal court. So what happens when Lyra’s first mate rejects her outright?

As the future Night Queen, Lyra must hide her identity until her fated mates prove themselves worthy of the title Knight.

Traditionally the Night Queen has at least one mate from each seasonal court. So what happens when Lyra’s first mate rejects her outright?

What does this mean for Lyra and the future of her realm? How will she survive being around him when they both attend the same academy?

Lyra must move forward, but how will she learn to trust again after her first mate broke her heart?

This book series is an Adult Fantasy Romance not intended for young readers. The characters in this book have multiple partners and fated mates. (Why choose) These relationships are inclusive.

**This book will end on a cliffhanger!**

If you are not comfortable with LGBTQ+, multiple partners, open relationships, or poly, please avoid this book series.

**Themes and tropes in this book include: bonded, bullying, cliffhanger, enemies to lovers, fated mates, inst-love, love triangle, multiple pov, other-women-drama, second chance, secret identity, slow burn, smut/sexually graphic scenes with explicit language & description, soulmates, steamy/suggestive scenes, unrequited love

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