The Bridge: Trolls Book Review ( @erikschubach ) from @kleffnotes

Evangeline Kane has seen strange things ever since she was a child, but the morning after Halloween she sees something that reveals her hallucinations are something far different than she expected. In The Bridge: Trolls Evangeline, who more often goes by Kane, becomes tied to the fate of the fae world when she is bound to the bridge between Kentucky and Ohio. If you’ve enjoyed Erik Schubach’s Urban Fairytales series you will love this new series full of the supernatural.

The Bridge: Trolls is set on the boundary of Cincinnati and Kentucky, which is somewhere I have actually been. When Kane goes out the morning after Halloween she attempts to help a man who is brutally attacked by someone with a very strange and shadowy weapon. As the man in her arms slowly slips away, he binds Kane to the Roebling Bridge, which makes her the new Troll. With no knowledge of this mysterious world of the fae she begins to make connections with a gnome named Rupert and a collection of woodland fae, who try to help her survive as the new guardian between the fae and human worlds.

Schubach creates a new world within The Bridge series that mixes the real world with the fae in a way that has you questioning whether anyone is truly as human as they appear. Kane is a great lead who insists on maintaining her human life, while also growing her new powers as someone connected to the fae. I also love how flirty she is and how confident she is in her sexuality. I am looking forward to seeing how her relationships grow and the sparks between her and the Custodian, Sharee. You can find The Bridge: Trolls on sale now.

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