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The Faerie Prince (Creepy Hollow) (Volume 2) Paperback – May 27, 2013
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About the Author
Rachel Morgan was born in South Africa and spent a large portion of her childhood living in a fantasy land of her own making. After completing a degree in genetics, she decided science wasn't for her—after all, they didn't approve of made-up facts. These days she spends much of her time immersed in fantasy land once more, writing fiction for young adults.
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This is my very favorite type of story, where the two people start out in conflict and have to work though it - because it means I get to fall in love right along with them. It surprised me that I so easily switched my loyalty from the first book, because I usually resent that kind of thing.
Strong characters, great story and character development - even though it deals with magic, I never had any "give me a break" moments, the characters stay true to character. Read this whole series, and anything else the author writes. I'm a HUGE fan.
Violet and Ryn’s relationship had become one of my favorites. Their snappy banter alone will hold a place in my heart forever. They are not afraid to be angry with another, or silly, or kind. They acknowledge their shared history, the pain and frustration they’ve caused each other and are actively work on growing up and moving forward. They must trust each other while on assignment, not only to make it to graduation but to survive. Their relationship is so well crafted it becomes enviable; you desperately want their dynamic to be reflected in your own life.
We see Violet’s resilience in this story. She not only has to face Nate’s betrayal, but she had to face her complicated past with Ryn, and confront the pain from the loss of her parents. Violet’s past and present are embedded with her own doubt and loss, but she refuses to let them weigh her down or hold her back. As she says to Zinnia, “Most of the time I try not to think about all the things that hurt; that probably has a lot more to do with weakness than strength.” She doesn’t even recognize this as one of her greatest strengths, and that make Violet both admirable and inspiring, and becomes devastating when you see her meet her threshold.
and the one person she never expected to see because they are dead or are they. or are they a shapeshifter .
secrets . lies , betrayal's and so much more .
love graduation over guardians must unite but can they before it is too late .
and what does violet do with the forget potion that was once for Nate but then she thought of using it for herself will she or can she deal with what is to come .
In this book, I adore Violet even more. Her strength and her determination and even her ability to play into evils hands sometimes just made the book such an awesome one to follow. At the end though, I was really surprised by her and I'm so, so dang curious to see what happens next.
Oryn Larkenwood...oh me oh my. I shipped you in book one, and you have by far exceeded my shipping in The Faerie Prince. Ryn is just everything you love in a boy and more. He's protective, fun, easy-going, likes to joke, and well does the best best best things. Can I just say wet, carpet, and glow butts?! Yep, that is all. Ryn, you better be in all your glory in this last book or I will hunt you down.
The whole last 25% of the book was just a killer. So many crazy things, so many holy crap moments, and I didn't even finish yet I bought the next book because I knew I was going to need it! Rachel Morgan just killed the second installment of this series. Everything is amped up, fights, romance, happy moments, and twists. Just absolutely loving this series and cannot wait to dive into the final book, The Faerie War.
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