The Fae Princes by Nikki St. Crowe Book Review
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I thought Peter Pan was a myth and Neverland a fairytale. A story spun by my mother who had lost her mind a long time ago.
But there was no denying the overwhelming shadow cast by Peter Pan when he was standing in my house.
Pan took me captive to Neverland and I somehow found my place among him and the Lost Boys.
I’ve never looked back.
Now I’m entangled right alongside him in a war we can’t seem to escape. We thought we had defeated our enemies.
We thought we could finally have our happily ever after.
But there was one enemy we never saw coming.
A fairy who has nothing to lose and everything to gain.
The fairy with golden wings and a dark, twisted heart.
She wants Neverland and she’ll stop at nothing to have it. Including destroying anyone who stands in her way, even her own flesh and blood.
NOTE: The Fae Princes is a reimagining of Peter and Wendy. Characters have been aged up for this darker, grittier version. If you like your enemies to lovers romance with hot, ruthless, morally gray love interests, you’ll enjoy this series. You can expect hate kissing, fighting, bickering, and ‘touch her and I’ll unalive you’ vibes. The Fae Princes is the final book in the main storyline for the Vicious Lost Boys Series.
Here are the potentially sensitive content that I observed while reading this book:
- Death of a parent
- Sexual content
- Physical abuse
- Toxic relationship
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There are possible **SPOILERS** beyond this point!
The Fae Princes was a great conclusion to the story of Winnie and her four vicious lost boys! I really enjoyed this book. All the questions that I had from previous series were answered in this book and I feel really satisfied with the HEA. This book is not nearly as spicy as the last, which I noticed the loss of but it did not bother me. I appreciated the plot so, so much.
Tinkerbell came back and shook up everything they knew to be true! And I love a female villain! It’s so fun to have evil women putting the foot in someone’s neck, metaphorically lol I do wish for different ending for her.
Vane is still my favorite. Then Bash. Then Peter Pan then Kas. I think that may have changed from the last book! There weren’t as many POVs in this book as the last, so just the five main characters with a couple extra voices. I feel like we get a stronger characterization for Pan and the twins. I enjoyed more focus on our MCs.
I highly recommend this book and this series! They are super quick and I have loved every single one of them!
This book isn’t as spicy as the previous books but is still quite steamy!! Leans more heavily into the twin’s journey. All open door and explicit scenes.
Genre & Tropes
- Why choose
- Emotional scars
- Age Gap Relationship
- Grumpy/Sunshine Relationship
“Destroying something can feel good, Smee. I promise you that.”
“I can feel your love like a million golden stars in the endless abyss that is me.”
“I’ll let you tie me up later.” “Excuse me. ‘Let me?’” I shake my head. “If I want to tie you up, Darling, I’ll tie you up and you’ll take it like a good girl.”
“Tease me until I can’t think straight.”
“There is always room for nostalgia, even if it hurts.”
“Apparently us Darlings have a thing for morally grey assholes with rock-hard abs and cunning good looks.”
“Let Vane watch for once.”
“Full of Lost Boy cum, as always.”
“Why do these boys have such a hold over me? Why does my body immediately puddle every single time they promise to treat me like a dirty whore?”
“I loved her back then because I was desperate not to be alone. But it was misplaced. I clung to her because I had no one else. And maybe in a way, we both abused that love because of the things we needed and had no language of how to ask for it.”
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