Claimed By The Elven King by Christina Rayner

This is the complete, four-part bundle of the serialized Fantasy Erotic Romance, Claimed by the Elven King. It contains strong adult content and is not intended for readers under 18.

For Emily Ford, being awakened in the dead of night by what seems to be the very shadows in her bedroom come to life is the least of her worries as she is spirited away to become the new wife of an elven king for the purpose of bearing his heirs. Entranced despite herself by his ethereal beauty, Emily surrenders willingly to his seduction and is introduced to a new world of sensual pleasures she had not thought possible outside of a dream.

But can a human ever really win the heart of an elf or have a place within the elven court? Especially when the biggest obstacles to both are her new husband’s barren and resentful queen, who has no qualms about wanting Emily gone and is prepared to do the unspeakable to make it happen, and the whispers of anti-human sentiments within the elven court, itself?


Physical or Ebook?

Have you ever read a book by this author before.

Fantasy Romance/Erotica

Star Rating?
4 Stars

Not really.

If it’s a series, would you continue reading it?
This is the full series in one book.

Who would you recommend this for?
People who like Fae and fantasy romances.


So first things first: Ignore the god awful title and book cover.

Seriously, who comes up with these things? Neither the cover nor title do this book any justice whatsoever.

This isn’t your typical ‘Claimed by…’ romance. Yes, we’ve all read those short little 100 page barely books that just have a bunch of terribly written smut in it. This isn’t it.

Okay, so there’s sex scenes in it. Like… a lot. But there’s also a story! Like an actual thought out story that makes complete sense in every way. It’s not the BEST story out there… but whatever.

I loved the way the author added in the riff between humans and Elven. I think she did a good job in showing how people react so negatively to races that they don’t understand. But it was done in a pretty decent way.

Of course this book is kind of weird the way it has the girl kidnapped in order to birth the baby of a Elven king, but still. I enjoyed it immensely. Probably because it was actually pretty well written.

If you’re interested:
Amazon CA

Until next time,

Bree ❤

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