Mortal affections and faery rivalries continue to collide in the town of Huntsdale, as New York Times bestselling author Melissa Marr takes urban fantasy to new heights. After the terrible events of Ink Exchange, the Dark Court has a new ruler. But will Niall's kindness survive his new... show more
Mortal affections and faery rivalries continue to collide in the town of Huntsdale, as New York Times bestselling author Melissa Marr takes urban fantasy to new heights. After the terrible events of Ink Exchange, the Dark Court has a new ruler. But will Niall's kindness survive his new responsibility to the most violent of Faerie courts? Meanwhile, Seth and Aislinn attempt to mend their relationship. But Aislinn is the Summer Queen and Keenan is her king -- and as summer approaches, their chemistry sparks. Will Seth's mortality lose him the one thing he loves above all others? As Niall seeks to control his new Court, Aislinn attempts to resist the seduction of summer, and Seth searches desperately for the gift of immortality, a delicate balance is threatened, and a terrible plot is revealed!
Publish date: May 1st 2009
Pages no: 389
Edition language: English
Series: Wicked Lovely (#3)
Personally I like the third installment in the Wicked Lovely series much more than the second book. I adored the first book, the second book I didn't really like much at all. Though I was pleased when with barely finishing the first chapter I loved the third book. The writing was better and the c...
tl;dr |✭✭✩✩✩| This book. Sigh. I decided to read it because it went back to Seth and Aislinn, and I so enjoyed their story in the first book. But I hated this book. I really didn't like it at all, and I so wanted to. Description Basically: Seth is learning his mortality is a real issue when it comes...
Better than the second one, with more emotion. Still not loving it, but improved.
Melissa Marr has done it again. Just when I think this series can't get any better, it does. And now I understand so much more of what Marr was talking about at the book signing on Sunday, as well--particularly with regards to the choices some of the characters make in Fragile Eternity. I'm going to...
Such a boring book. Ug. Maybe I was just in a mood (for a week?) but these books have steadily gone down hill. Unlikeable situations, characters I can't connect with, unthinkable stupidity. I just don't care.