This book was AMAZING. I needed an escape, and this book took me and threw me into it. This one absolutely did that. It threw me into this fantastical world and I didn't want to leave.
Not only as the world amazing, but the characters endeared themselves to me. They were funny and a family and I fell for each of them. This is the type of squad I love and I swear it is the best kind in fantasy, these authors just do it right and this one was amazing.
But the plot. This book threw so many twists at me I got dizzy. I swear I spent half the book yelling at the Prince, and the other half, our princess. They both made some terrible life choices but in the end I was all about them and rooting for them.
You know me, I always root for the happy ending.
Now, I NEED THE NEXT BOOK, STAT. Just sayin.
Princess. Tribute. Sacrifice. Is she the one prophesied to unite two warring Fae courts? Or the one bound to destroy them?
In a realm ruled by magic, the ruthless Queen of Thorns is determined to destroy her nemesis, the cursed Prince of Evernight.
With war brewing between the bitter enemies, the prince forces Queen Adaia to uphold an ancient treaty: she will send one of her daughters to his court as a political hostage for three months.
The queen insists it’s the perfect opportunity for Princess Iskvien to end the war before it begins. But one look into Thiago’s smouldering eyes and Vi knows she’s no assassin.
The more secrets she uncovers about the prince and his court, the more she begins to question her mother’s motives.
Who is the true enemy? The dark prince who threatens her heart? Or the ruthless queen who will stop at nothing to destroy him?
And when the curse threatens to shatter both courts, is she strong enough to break it?
A fairytale twist inspired by the Hades and Persephone myth.