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Perfect for Fans of Fae with modern elements
(Updated: August 24, 2022)
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I had never read a Fae book where the person was committed to having the Sight. Typically, The family keeps it quiet for that exact reason, so that was a nice twist. It made the reality of the situation much more realistic because Brea had to keep reminding herself she isn't crazy. I appreciate that she has to do all of this while navigating a new realm. I think I still like Griff more than Loch in terms of people I would have gone with in the beginning, but I'm curious to see Brea's relationship with both brothers continue in the series. This book also has a great lesson about appearances being superficial. I'm excited to see what happens next in Brea's story. My only regret is that I kept reading other books before finishing it because once you start you won't be able to put it down!
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This book has an interesting twist to the world of the Fae. I love the modern references to popular television and earth media.
I love the duality between Griff and Loch. This book has plenty of twists and intrigue to keep the reader on the edge of their seat.
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