(I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review).
(This review may contain spoilers).
Although I did feel it took a little while for this book to fully get into the story, I did think it was quite an entertaining read.
I’ve seen books about the people of Tuatha de Danaan. I often find them to be quite intriguing and this book was no exception. I found the main character to be fairly likable, though I did have a few eye-rolling moments at the way she treated her friends. And Rachel didn’t really seem to have a purpose (or life) outside of man-stealing and being a jerk to Allison.
It was interesting to see Allison’s mother and how she was affected. The pining for the Fair Folk isn’t something I see very often, so when it is mentioned, it’s always good to see it handled well – and I felt it was in this case.
I liked Ethan as a character, but his romantic interest in Allison kind of came across as forced. I did like Nicole, too, but couldn’t figure out why she kept hanging around with Rachel.
I liked the characters from Tuatha de Danaan, too, and I would have liked to see more of them. I felt the author did a good job of showing the differences between them and humans.
It was nice to see that Allison didn’t follow the stereotypical over-powered heroine from young adult books. Although I felt there were a few moments she didn’t act as well as she could have, I could still believe in her as a character.
The book was really well-written, with very few errors – if any – that I noticed. I would definitely be interested in reading the next book/s at some point in the future.
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