Fates Fulfilled

· Halven Rising Book 3 · Fresh Fiction Pub
4 reviews

About this ebook

The Dark Prince has arrived.

The Dark Prince will stop at nothing to save his people—even if it means kidnapping the one woman with the power to destroy them all...

Garrin Branimir, Prince of Dark Kingdom, has been trapped in endless winter for centuries, along with his people. His only hope of saving them is to find the woman with the power to destroy the magical barriers imprisoning Dark Fae. With her by his side, he and his kinsmen will finally be free.

But Lex Meinrad isn't full Fae, and she wasn’t raised in his land, content to obey her prince’s every order. She refuses to do his bidding—no matter how intense the sparks between them fire. 

With time running out, Garrin must convince this impossibly stubborn woman to cooperate before his enemies bend her to their will. And, unlike him, they'll choose force over seduction...

“Well written, unique, and absolutely intriguing characters…” ~ Goodreads Reviewer

“Loved everything about this book…the twisted characters you're not sure you could trust, the surprises and the attraction despite themselves." ~ Reviewer

“The plot keeps you on the edge of your seat. Lots of steam!” ~ Bookish Mom

“Highly engaging and entertaining…with surprise twists you do not see coming.” ~ Goodreads Reviewer

“An original and unique tale of Faeries…rich world building in this Dark Kingdom of Ice.” ~ BookDragonGirl

“I could not put it down!!” ~ Reviewer

“Lies and deceit are rampant in the land of the Fae and I look so forward to more by Jules Barnard!” ~ Reviewer



Keywords: enemies to lovers, fated mate, enemies-to-lovers, opposites attract, slow burn, kidnapped, alpha hero, orphan, sleeping beauty, protector, royalty, lost heir, virgin, woman in peril, magic, Fae, angels, mistaken identity, hidden identity, alternate realm, feary, fairy, faery, fantasy, romantic fantasy, paranormal romance, urban fantasy, mythology, sword & sorcery, folklore, science fiction & fantasy

Ratings and reviews

4 reviews
November 14, 2021
I went to share how much I enjoyed this book with the idea I was going to complain that I also wanted more from the characters -- just a minute -- As I am known to do I dropped into this series with this book and did not know it was the third in the series That being said I still was able to appreciate the world and connect with the characters - and as you can see from my comments above I wanted more The concept was unique in so many ways - rare I know - not the plain girl turns into something more part (no spoilers) but IDK something about the characters and the parts they played, for me, was highly engaging and entertaining Lex was a strong lead but she carried a sense of innocence to her as well - I liked her Garrin despite his age had some growing up to do - though I think for many of us the sins of those closest to us can many times go unseen I enjoyed the way the author kept the tension between our two MC's without allowing it to overshadow the storyline Plenty of action with surprise twists you do not see coming Great world building Solid characters Left me wanting to spend more time with everyone and yeah I will be adding the first two to my must-read list
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terry edwards
April 20, 2024
great series.
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About the author

J.Barnard is a USA Today Bestselling author of new adult fantasy. For over ten years, she has delighted readers with "real" characters in extraordinary worlds filled with romance, magic, and humor. Library Journal calls her Halven Rising series “…an exciting new fantasy adventure.” To find out more, visit jbarnardauthor.com or follow @jbarnardauthor on Instagram.

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