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    Wish I could love this book, but didn't even like

    Well this book was definitely not a favorite of the series. I feel that the more I progress into the series the story line and character development kind of just stops. Princess Cassandra is a siren, a mermaid if you will. She and her younger brother are basically the black sheep of the Atlantian royals. However, where the author failed was explaining why? We got that they aren't as beautiful as the three older sisters but that's about it. She's being forced into an arranged marriage to a family in black court, again why would a family in white court arrange a marriage to a black court family. Especially one who seem to be working with Queen Glorianna to wipe out the black court. Oberon, High King of the Gray court has helped to save the Hob's mate, and now has been poisoned during his time of weakness and has no memory of who he is. It's up to Cassie to help keep him out of the Black Court's hands. For all his high and mighty attitude he was just rude to everyone, even when he didn't have a memory instead of asking for information of his life from Cassie he demanded it. The story kept bringing up more questions than giving answers
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