Diego Reader s Note This edition has been discontinued After defeating an evil wendigo a man and his pooka lover deserve a little quiet don t they Unfortunately Diego and Finn s hard won peace is disturb

  • Title: Diego
  • Author: AngelMartinez
  • ISBN: 9781604357677
  • Page: 157
  • Format: ebook
  • Reader s Note This edition has been discontinued After defeating an evil wendigo, a man and his pooka lover deserve a little quiet, don t they Unfortunately, Diego and Finn s hard won peace is disturbed, their new life in Montana turned upside down when Diego, in a jealous rage, unwittingly rips a hole in the impenetrable Veil to the Otherworld.Separated, stuck on theReader s Note This edition has been discontinued.After defeating an evil wendigo, a man and his pooka lover deserve a little quiet, don t they Unfortunately, Diego and Finn s hard won peace is disturbed, their new life in Montana turned upside down when Diego, in a jealous rage, unwittingly rips a hole in the impenetrable Veil to the Otherworld.Separated, stuck on the other side of the Veil where Finn has to deal with old conflicts and Diego is the only human in a land of fae, the two of them are forced to navigate rocky waters between huge egos and ancient feuds To make matters worse, some of the fae, in both the sidhe and Fomorian courts, are dying of a mysterious illness and everyone believes Diego is the key to a cure.Things can t possibly get any worse, can they Oh, yes it can when the U.S government gets involved.

    One thought on “Diego”

    1. 2.5 StarsWhen I started reading this I was excited to see where Finn and Diego's relationship was going to go. I guess you could say I had some preconceived notions. Those notions, for the most part, were not realized.If you recall, I thought Finn and Diego's relationship relied heavily upon telling rather than showing in Finn, so seeing them together and growing as a couple was primarily what I was after in Diego. Two things: (1) I would hazard a guess that 10-15% of this book is endearments sp [...]

    2. While the fae world is portrayed beautifully, and the secondary fae characters shine from the huge Lugh, the wolf-headed Faolchú and his beloved serpent gardener, Nathair, the fox Sionnach and his beloved Queen's herald, Angus, as well as the féileacán Scath and Croi but the story goes into melodramatic territory far too many times. Diego's jealousy, Finn's sudden lack of confidence about being worthy of his Diego, the whole reassurance of their love, over and over again. Plus the sudden ju [...]

    3. Overall:Finn and Diego return! They've settled in Montana for a nice quiet life, but life with a pooka is rarely quiet for long. But really, this time it's Diego's fault. Mostly. A simple misunderstanding opens the Veil and a whole set of new problems. As Diego becomes more confident with himself and his magic, Finn begins to have doubts if he's the best thing for someone as wonderful as Diego. We follow the couple and their new friends between worlds and into trouble. Life really isn't going to [...]

    4. 2.5, rounded upThis story was quite a bit different from the first and I didn't care for it. There were sone good parts, but I was mostly disappointed.I was so excited to read more about Finn and Diego, but that insecure and melodramatic pooka was not my Finn. A few moments of insecurity would have been understandable, but this was too teenage angst for me. Of course, the Fae were prone to childish overreactions, but this was over the top, and irritating.And then the government happened and I di [...]

    5. Diego is the long awaited sequel to Finn (a book I totally adored). Unfortunately while the sequel has moments of entertainment, humor, and interest, it overall failed to deliver the same enjoyment and delight of the previous book. In fact my attention wandered frequently and several times I felt the book simply jumped the shark. I’m not sure why either since all the elements to a successful story are there, just jumbled, mashed, and distorted until the story didn’t delight me anywhere near [...]

    6. I absolutely loved Finn and had been chomping at the bit for the sequel. Diego made me a very happy woman though one part of the story made me say WTH? It happens at the beginning of the book when Finn rescues a young woman from drowning, brings her back to the home he and Diego shared in Montana, to care for her. Diego comes back, eager for the pooka he loves only to have a silly, jealous tizzy fit seeing the woman wrapped in a blanket and in Finn's arms. Instead of at least TALKING about it ra [...]

    7. ****Reviewd for Prism Book Alliance****3.75 StarsSome time has passed since the end of Finn and we find our boys in Montana. A miscommunication causes an accident that sends them both into the land of the Fae.I found the Otherworld to be a rich setting with interesting characters. And we are introduced to a lot of new personalities.Overall, I liked Diego a little more than the first book however, it felt like the book was told in three, distinctive parts parts. The first being the adventure in t [...]

    8. 4.5/5.0I adore Finn. When I finished his book, I immediately picked up Diego. I needed more Finn! Don’t get me wrong, Diego is a wonderful character too. He is Finn’s soul mate and he took good care of my Pooka. In this installment our guys are settled in Montana, living a seemingly happy life together. Diego travels a lot with his new found fame and worries about Finn being alone. It is not apparent how much insecurity he is feeling until he returns home early one day and finds Finn in bed [...]

    9. Finn and Diego are thrown into the Fae world when Diego wrongly thinks Finn is cheating on him. Diego draws in his full magic when his jealousy over rides his good sense ripping a hole between the two worlds. This one is darker than the first book. Sadly, I wish there had been more humor like the first, but it wasn't a humorous situation. The Fae world is further explored. Relationships are reveal and more characters are fleshed out. The Fae become the center of attention by more than just the r [...]

    10. Having marked this book as to read I'm now having doubts having read some reviews.I loved the first book so much that I don't know if I want to tarnish the memory with what some reviews have classed as OOC behaviour for the two MCs. And having read reviews for book three I am even more concerned.I think for the time being I will stop where I am.

    11. Finn and Diego are back! :)In Diego, a misunderstanding between Finn and Diego causes a tear in the Veil and they are sucked into the Otherworld. Separated and held by the different Fae courts, they must find each other again. But this is only the beginningFirstly, let me start with the reason that this only has four stars and not five, even though I loved it. On at least two separate occasions, it felt as though the book was nearing its climax, but, in reality, I wasn't that far through at all. [...]

    12. I LOVE THIS BOOK! This series really…. So I sort of accidentally came across this series via Sid Love. I started reviewing books at the beginning of the year for Sid and he planned an author of the month event, Angel Martinez was one of the authors. I was not familiar with her books, looked at a list and saw the Endangered Fae books. They sounded fun and I asked for them. They were mid transition to a new publisher and not available. I told Sid to just pick something for me. He picked Angel’ [...]

    13. June 24, 2014Review of DIEGO: ENDANGERED FAE, by Angel MartinezReview by Jaycee, for Books ‘N Cozy Spots Book Reviews, Talon-ps(Gratis copy provided by author for honest review, however reviewer also purchased book on )I must warn those looking for input on this story that this reviewer is essentially Fae-challenged. Bereft of fairy dust. Lacking in fantastical understanding of any kind. I usually find the Fae worlds affect me much like math did back in the day, where even a determined mother [...]

    14. I loved this book and this series!Angel was concerned about my comment regarding Fae courts in a review for Finn, because they make an appearance in this book, however, it is still different than the courts have been portrayed before, this time there was a vulnerability along with the game playing and I liked that different perspective.This one was a different kind of heartbreak for the doubts Finn goes through because as the reader, of course you know he should have no doubts, but he had to tra [...]

    15. Diego and Finn are settling into life in Montana when Diego, jealous, inadvertently opens a door into the Otherworld. Now the two are stuck on the other side where they are facing Finn’s past as well as quarrelling Fae and mysterious illnesses. Working together is the only option. But only if Diego and Finn can find a way around egos and old feuds. If that is not bad enough, returning lands them in the middle of U.S. Government investigations.I love the progression of this series. It has so mu [...]

    16. Rating: 5 stars out of 5For my full review, visit wp/p220KL-2z9From my review: "When a book and characters are able to pull me into their story to the point that I forget the time and other things I need to be doing then I know that the author has accomplished their mission as a craftsman of tales, a first rate storyteller that would be welcomed at any fire or table around. That's how I felt about Diego (Endangered Fae #2) when I finally put down the Kindle and looked at the clock. I couldn't be [...]

    17. What should I say? I adored so many things in this story…the Otherworld…can I visit too? I loved the inhabitants of the Otherworld from the majestads, champions, heralds to all the other fae. How they are interacting with each other, who is the lover of whom or was the lover in another life, the connections of the fae among themselves as well as with the earth. It´s all so richly described, the characters are great and of course the humour didn´t fall short either.See full review here: Rai [...]

    18. Spectacular Continuation The worlds that Ms. Martinez creates are amazingly rich in color and texture and Diego is no exception. Diego slips through the veil between the world of Fae and humans and has to battle old feuds and find a cure for what is killing the Fae. This story is surrounded by magic, love, and tolerance. But what I love most is how we are allowed to see Finn and Diego’s HEA as they work together to blend their two worlds. Now it’s time for Lugh and Zach’s story…hint, hin [...]

    19. They are still as adorable as they were in the first book. Good descriptions on the fairy world. So glad to see that the author spent time to fully built the world and not just sparing a few paragraphs for it. I want more Finn!

    20. 3.5 stars. I liked this overall. Lots of action and a great HEA ending. What I didn't like was our two heroes being apart for much of the book. I want romance in my stories and not quite so much angst and being apart. Maybe that's just me.

    21. I'm having trouble giving stars but this would be another 5 star book for me by Angel.I really like this universe she's made.

    22. I have discovered an amazing author and her beautiful world of pookas and fae and passion – Angel Martinez. If you don’t know her, go and find her books and read them! I read her novel "Finn" and fell in love, and now I have just finished "Diego", the incredible sequel to "Finn" – and I am about to go back to the start and read it all over again, because such stories rare, ladies and gentlemen, and have the real magic!Finn is a pooka – a water spirit, tall, dark and handsome, and left ou [...]

    23. Ren's Review Not having read the first one in the series put me at a serious disadvantage. Finn is Fae and Diego is human. Their story began in the first book, aptly named Finn. Diego and Finn are settling in for some down-time in Montana. Diego is away on business and Finn is left on his own. While Finn is down by the lake he hears a distressed call from a young woman. After he saves her and takes her home, Diego returns to find Finn in a situation that immediately threatens what they have acco [...]

    24. Though I thoroughly enjoyed Finn, I just couldn’t get into Diego. I have started and stopped this book several times over the last few months, and now I am officially admitting defeat.In the parts I have read Finn and Diego immediately split up because of a silly, simple misunderstanding. The two spend pages and pages apart in Otherworld, then come back, make up and then they split again.It just isn’t my cup of tea. I didn’t like the MCs being separated for so much over something so silly [...]

    25. As usual, any story about Diego and Finn is appealing, and this one is no exception. From the moment Diego opens that bedroom door to the last page, one exciting scene follows another. Introductions to recognizable fae as well as some lesser-known ones and an explanation of their legends enhance the story. Just when it seems everything is aiming for a Happily Ever After, the government-types descend and I would fervently hope that if we ever do encounter supernatural beings or aliens, we don’t [...]

    26. A Joyfully Jay review.3 starsSo, if you’ve been following along, you’ll know that I liked the first book in this series okay, but I just couldn’t get into it. This book was much easier to read in the beginning. I really liked the new world and what the author did with it—the two distinctive races at war with one another over perceived wrongs and the secrets that lingered between them. It’s a good world, but then it gets weird. I’ll get to that in a moment. Just know that the first pa [...]

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