Crimson Skies: Jaymin Eve *Review*

Hardcover of Crimson Skies by Jaymin Eve is held in the left hand of a Caucasian female, in front of a white bookshelf filled with polymer clay creatures.

Genres: Dark Fantasy, Romantic Fantasy, NA Fantasy | Release Date: 15 March 2024 | Series: Fallen Fae Gods | Series Book: #2 | Pages: 347 | Indie Author | Review

“I welcome the destruction.”

Jaymin Eve


Well guess who wrote Crimson Skies and knocked it out of the park?! That’s right, the one and only Jaymin Eve! This is the fabulous sequel to Gilded Wings, a romantasy which had left me desperate for answers when I arrived at the last page. Now you may recall, I had a little downside in my review for the first book in the Fallen Fae Gods duology. But I’ll give you a bit of a heads up right now: there’s NO downside with this one. So let’s give you an overview, shall we?

Morgan is now caught up in the middle of a deadly coup in Risest, between the Fallen Five dragon shifters and their traitorous mother. Desperate to get back to her friends before it’s too late, Morgan must rely on Zahak to keep her safe as they cross the deep trench of nightmares within his realm. But can they reach her friends and his brothers before everything falls apart? And how was Morgan’s arrival the catalyst for this invasion? For the first time, the Fallen Five must unite their lands and their power. Because if they don’t? The world will end.

Hardcover of Crimson Skies by Jaymin Eve is on a white bookshelf, in front of books by Kate Forsyth. A polymer clay dragon by Dirty Paws Australia is crouching to the right of the book.
I’m loving every word in this spicy romantasy…

Happiness Boost:

Jaymin has ramped up the terror, the devastation and the epic love story tension within Crimson Skies. Just when you think things can’t get any worse for Morgan? Jaymin basically drops an anvil on her. Not literally of course, but I tell you what… I wouldn’t last two seconds as a main character in these stories. Is that a happiness boost? You bet it is!

There’s something really, really special about how the found family is formed and nurtured within the Fallen Fae Gods duology. I honestly think this trope is my all-time favourite, and goodness does Jaymin deliver something magical here. When besties and even four-legged creatures are included? Sign me up. I love the tight-knit family Morgan has been able to create within Faerie!

Last but by no means least in my happiness boosts for Crimson Skies? The FMC isn’t afraid to shy away from her imperfections or struggles. Being the feisty, fierce heroine that she is, Morgan embraces her humanity and thinks outside the box when others *ahem, shifters* are too set in their ways. Is she anxious? Terrified? Absolutely. But if you think that means she’ll back down from a war, you best think again. I adore the heroines we get in Jaymin’s tales. And Morgan is just as brilliant, quirky and indomitable as all of the others I’ve read. That’s a *massive* happiness boost right there!


Like I said when I started this review, there’s *no* downside to Crimson Skies!

Final Thoughts:

Crimson Skies by indie author Jaymin Eve is an incredible, heart-pounding conclusion to the Fallen Fae Gods NA fantasy duology. And although this is the end of Morgan’s story, I’m desperately hoping the other shifters get their own chance to shine in the future! If you love dragon shifters, fated mates, found family and an epic battle? Just click on any of the links below to order yourself a copy! Happy reading, glitterbugs!

You can order a copy of Crimson Skies via these links:

Amazon | Blackwell’s | Booktopia

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