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Despite the selkies, brownies, goblins, and ogres in this book, it's not for children. The fey are "creatures of the senses"--and in the Unseelie court, sex and pain go together. Merry is sexually adventurous and surrounded by gorgeous, powerful males, most of whom want her badly. She's politically savvy and no coward, though she's not the warrior Anita is. Hamilton fans and readers of adult fairy tales like Anne Bishop's Black Jewels trilogy will want to give Merry a look. --Nona Vero --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Great writing. Loved all the details. The only flaw was she tried to wrap up the end quickly and it was almost like a marathon that she race the last two miles at warp speed.Published 2 days ago by Penny Prindiville
This will be the third time I've read the series through in a decade and each time is more compelling need then the last!Published 29 days ago by audriana
This is AMAZING. So well written, sexy in all the right ways, and the descriptions of colors are gorgeous. Also quite graphic and violent. Not for the faint of heart.Published 2 months ago by Jessica Satin
I loved this book couldn't put it down .This is so different a read for me,so exciting with the new
characters. Description,colors of all the characters what an imagination.
I have always loved reading Laurell k. Hamilton's novels and this book is just another great read. I really enjoyed the story and am looking forward to continuing reading this... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Melissa