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    Wicked lovely

    Love this book! So magical
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    A magical tale

    This book is a wonderfully written tale based on classic folklore of the evil and mischievous creatures. Filled with vivid descriptions, the reader is transported straight to the book. With twists and turns at every corner, readers will not be disappointed. The desperation and frustration of Aislinn is felt very clearly throughout the book, with readers being encouraged to sympathise with her. The action is kept high throughout the book, making for a thrilling read. Whilst the theme of the book is about faeries, this is not a book aimed at young readers as there is a fair deal of violence in the book, however, older readers will fall in love with this book. I loved how we see the thoughts of Aislinn, but we also see the desperation and anguish of Keenan as he tries everything he can to get Aislinn to be his queen. Overall, the book is packed full of action that is accompanied by beautiful and vivid descriptions, making this a very gripping book that will be hard to put down.
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    Magical worldbuilding.

    Aislinn can see the fey in all their splendour and wickedness. She’d known her whole life not to attract their attention or let them know that she can see them. There were rules she followed that kept her safe. Until two faeries started to follow her. Everything she knew about her world gets turned upside down. She’s in love with Seth – a normal, mortal guy – who lives in a remodelled train. (Lots of iron to keep them safe from the fey.) Keenan is the Summer King and he believes that Aislinn is his queen. He’ll do anything to make it so. Seth loves Aislinn enough to stand by her against the fey who threaten to take all normalcy away. Donia has to do the Winter Queen’s bidding and keep Aislinn from choosing Keenan. But she loves Keenan and knows that if Aislinn is the one, the game she’d been stuck in for decades will finally be over. Unless, of course, the Winter Queen kills her in a fit of temper. I loved the snippets from reference books about the Fae at the start of each chapter. Aislinn is a strong girl who does what’s necessary to keep those she loves safe. Even if it’s not according to plan or anyone’s expectations. There are scenes in the book that require a trigger-warning, but the age warning (13+) should suffice for most. I really like the worldbuilding and the great characters. This can work as a standalone too if you’re not into reading series. I recommend this to all who love faeries, folklore and a bit of magic.

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