She feared the dark visions and the magic within her. And she dreamed of the miraculous love that could save her.
Like an enchanted fairy tale prince he stepped from the sky to claim her—the Fey King, her destiny, her one and true love.
But behind the mesmerizing beauty of Rain’s violet eyes Ellysetta saw the passionate hunger of the beast . . . and a sorrow, deep and ancient, that she alone could heal. Only for him would she embrace the frightening power that dwells within her. Only with him at her side could she confront the shadows that haunt her soul. For an epic battle looms on the horizon—and only united can they hope to turn back the armies of the darkness.
This was also a re-read for me, like the first book. I enjoyed this one also the second time around just as much as first read and the first book. I love this book for all the same reasons as I mentioned in the review of the first book with a few additions.
In this book you get to see glimpses of Ellie's parents and you also get to see even more evil from the Mages of Eld. They are truly some horrible villains, they are pretty bad, not even the redeemable kind. This book also has much more excitement, both in awesome plot twists and fight and in romantic steam. I think this book is pretty damn hot, and pretty damn exciting. Always something going on and something to watch out for.
I don't really have much to add besides those few points but this book continues to add to the drama and relationship between Ellysetta and Rain and I loved every single second of it.
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