Review – The Fury Queen’s Harem

The Fury Queen’s Harem book cover


The Fury Queen’s Harem


The Cursed Dragon Queen and Her Mates #1


Meg Xuemei X.


Reverse Harem


One hybrid Fury queen. Three pure-blood Dragon Princes. A reverse harem with a dark fairy tale twist and an epic flair!
My name is Daisy. I’ve been cursed to serve a bad-tempered elemental in my beastly form for centuries.
There’s only one way to lift the curse: a kiss from three true loves. To garner even one is nearly impossible. How am I going to get three?
Then three gorgeous-as-sin, yet clueless dragon princes stumble into my lair. Only they do not come to kiss me. They come to slay me without knowing who I really am. Unless they cut the three heads of the Furies–my heads–or make the Fury Queen fall in love with them, they’ll never shift back to dragons.
Not surprisingly, the princes all choose what they think is the easiest–to behead the beasts.


2.5stars rating

This is the first book I read by the author and I’m a tad disappointed 🙁
The book had a great plot, a lot of potential but unfortunately, it just didn’t work for me.


Was good, the scenes and environments were clear and well described. We learned about the planet, different races and gotten some info about other worlds as well.

Character development:

Was decent (I guess?), we learned a good amount about our cast, hopes, dreams, fears and whatnot. We kinda know who the bad guy (or well, queen) is in the story and the characters did mature and grow during the book.

Pacing & Flow:

Were decent. There were chapters with a lot of action where I was happy the pacing picked up, but alas, it didn’t last and it felt like I was crawling through the story 🙁

The book itself:

The book itself was well written with no (noticeable) errors and yes, there is (a lot of) sex described in the book (if that is important to you).

Final Thoughts:

All in all, while at times it was an enjoyable read, mostly it, unfortunately, fell flat 🙁 I don’t think I will be reading the other books in the series.