Fae bounty hunter Loftin’s life depends on him finding Karis, the daughter of his enemy, but when he does, she isn’t evil like he thought she would be. He certainly didn’t expect to fall for her. She’s beautiful and terrifying, and the only one in Faery who might be able to save his people from the dark queen ruining their land. Glamour of Midnight is a retelling of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, full of fae, adventure, and romance!
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Cross between Snow White and A Court of Thorns and Roses
Karis has been blind for as long as she can remember. However, when she sees through the smoke that stands between the human world and the faerie one, she knows she has to go in. Iric, Karis's "adopted brother", is one of the fastest humans. He worries about Karis going into the faerie world, so he goes in her place.
Karis is the only one who can save Iric. When she crosses into the faerie world, she meets Loftin, a hunter who swears to help her. But Loftin has his secrets. He's supposed to take Karis to her mother, but will his heart prevent him from doing so in the end?
Nemain is Karis's mother and is one of the most evil faerie who unleashes the Unseelie on unsuspecting people. Karis is the only one who can stop Nemain, even though she still feels human instead of a faerie. Along the way, Karis discovers more about herself than she ever could've imagined.
GLAMOUR OF MIDNIGHT is like a cross between Snow White and A Court of Thorns and Roses. I really enjoyed this book and Karis's stubborn character. I also loved Loftin and found Alistair to be intriguing as well. This book was an easy one-day read that I couldn't put down.
Final Verdict: I would recommend this book to fans of fairytale retellings, Snow White, faeries, A Court of Thorns and Roses, and fantasy.