Creepy Hollow~ Violet's Story (Books One, Two and Three) by Rachel Morgan, Book Review

General Information
Genre: YA Paranormal/Fantasy
Publish: April 1, 2015 (first published March 31st, 2015)

Book Summary: (Per Goodreads)
Kick-butt faerie Violet Fairdale is about to graduate as the top guardian trainee of her class, but when an assignment goes wrong and the human guy she’s meant to be protecting follows her back into the fae realm, a dangerous plot is set in motion. Enter evil faeries, long-lost family members, and inconvenient feelings of the romantic kind. The stakes are higher than Vi could ever imagine, and it'll take every bit of her training to survive the coming ordeal. 

Get Violet's story in one complete digital boxed set and find yourself swept away in the magic, intrigue, action and romance of this bestselling YA fantasy world!

Includes the following Creepy Hollow books:
The Faerie Guardian (2014 Readers' Favorite GOLD MEDAL WINNER in YA Fantasy)
The Faerie Prince
The Faerie War

My Thoughts:
I love this series.  Each individual book was strong and created a fantastic world that I enjoyed visiting, but as a whole these three books created one of my favorite stories of the month and overall enjoyable YA stories.  When I finished reading it was so amazed at how much I loved the entire series and ending.  I further enjoyed learning that there was a fourth book!!  

I started reading Rachel Morgan stories when I received another book of hers to review.  I enjoyed her writing then and after this series I love it.  I did not want to put down these stories because each page had more details that created a fantastic fantasy world, well-rounded characters that I loved, hated, cried with/over, and laughed at/with as the story continued to expand.  RM's words flowed together and everything came together as important details the further I read into the world of the fae.

One of the things I enjoyed the most about this series is how so many things were like "shut the front door" did that just happen!  I did not see many of the twists coming that happen in this story...which I LOVED.  While many of YA/Dystopian type stories have been made into a movie, I would love to see this one given a chance.  The rich descriptions of the guilds, homes in the trees, the way fairies travel, etc. gives a huge potential for a fantastic movie with outstanding graphics/settings/etc.  If you are not sure if this book is for you because of fairies or YA I would you like romance (this series has it), suspense (yup it is here), family or friend dynamics and changing relationships (yup and yup) I think many people would enjoy this book and learn some great lessons from it as well!

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Disclaimer:  I received this book in exchange for an honest review.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.