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I actually thought it would start at a different point in Crysta's story than it did but from the first couple paragraphs I was hooked. As readers, we're introduced to the two main characters, Crysta and Jareth(anyone else instantly think Labyrinth like me????) right away. Sometimes it takes reading several pages into a story to get the feel for the characters. For me I instantly liked them, especially Crysta, and I felt that opening was a great foundation for their development individually and as a couple.
There's a mystery surrounding Crysta and she has struggled her whole life to fit in. I really liked her character's personality. You get a pretty good understanding of what her life was like growing up in the first little bit of this novella and let's just say it wasn't pretty or easy but very lonely. Yet I loved the resilience of her character and her ability to adapt and find something she loved and aim for achieving it regardless of the struggles.
Jareth has some mystery surrounding him(which is all revealed in time) and I'm not going to say anything about that, I'll let you enjoy the unraveling of that mystery as you read. I will say that the sparks and chemistry between him and Crysta creates pure fireworks!
Danger, mystery, hidden identity, assassins, knock you to your socks reveals(at least for Crysta), sparks, great wit, strength, Ihop (let you figure that one out too), white, infinity, ballet, stalkers, and so much more inside this little novella.
Content: a couple mild swear words scattered throughout, talk about stalkers, reference to some attacks(sexual and nonsexual) but nothing explained or graphic you just know that they almost happened. A couple mild innuendos. Overall I would say it's a clean read and would recommend for older YA readers.
If you haven't read any books by this author, I highly recommend any of them. I especially loved her The Healer series. The first book is free here on Amazon or the box set of the first 3 books is $1.99. One of my favorite YA Fantasy series!
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But she stands her ground and impresses him with her strength, which causes him to look at her closely. Realizing, that she is Fae, despite as her attempts to disguise her fairy characteristics. He has dyed her hair, had her pointed ears surgically altered and done her best to "look" human.
As it turns out, her assassin is a summer Fae Prince, who had become convinced that something is very wrong. Crysta is a Winter Fae, but when they touch, the glow of a fated pair appears. That can not be. The Seelie and UnSeelie Fae courts are totally separate. How did that come to be?