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I loved this series, it was amazing! After Relentless, I didn't have much doubt about this one, it couldn't possibly be bad and indeed I was quickly engrossed in the story. I loved story line and how it was developed, there were a lot of ups and downs to keep you on your toes and I loved the characters, especially Jesse (who dosen't like strong, intelligent, independent and overall badass woman, right?!). I was a bit worried for her towards the end, I crossed my fingers for her and I didn't guess how everything would unfold so I really couldn't put the book down. Anyway, @karenlynch thank you very much for this new series and sharing your amazing imagination with the world. Keep up the good work and I'll definitely keep following your and buying your books!!
Toujours autant d'imagination, sans que se soit du déjà vu ( et c'est sa qui est appreciable avec karen lynch). Des personnages attachants. Lecture facile et agréable avec humour. Rien a redire sauf vivement le prochain livre!!!
So Jesse is coming to terms with the fact that she underwent a change to survive what would have been her death and is struggling to adjust but when Lukas stays away from her, she's thrown into further turmoil. To avoid the drama, she escapes to Faerie for the first time and enjoys getting to know the world. When the Goddess asks her to save Faerie, she reluctantly agrees to help - knowing that the Seelie Queen is keeping a close watch on her - and uses an old friend to help her accomplish it.
With reading this trilogy back to back I really got pulled into the story and wanted Jesse and everyone to get their happy endings. Jesse and Lukas had a few more ups and downs in this one before they finally trusted each other.
We also finally got the showdown with the Seelie Queen and Jesse got her answers in regards to what happened twenty years ago.
I've forgotten a lot of details of what happened in this book but it did put me in a bit of a book slump after finishing it.
This is one of the few series I've read from beginning to end. This last book finally has the heroine in Faerie, where the author develops a nice magical world. Much of it is spent in and around the palace with only a few trips to the rest, which was fine but keeps it contained. The characters are fun to meet because there are quite a few new ones. We also get to meet the Queen of the Seelie court, which surprised me in a good way. The MC gets a task, in this one, which wasn't as hard to complete as I thought it might be (a little disappointing) but there was enough going on in the other plot strings to keep things on their toes. The entire thing wrapped up well, not exactly in the way I'd hoped but that isn't a bad thing. It works and sealed off the series well.
Now that Jesse is fae, she has to adjust to her new life. Lukas is confusing her - he turned her fae and has been avoiding her for weeks. Then there is the secret that she & her father have about Caleb. Finding the ke’tain didn’t stop the storms that are threatening Faerie and the human realm, so all fae are temporarily called home to conserve the border’s energy. Jesse gets to go to Faerie, while her parents are being protected at a remote location. She and Lukas have come to an understanding, but he never seems to have time for her. There are a lot of demands on him at the Unseelie court, and she’s trying to adjust to her new reality in a strange place while worried about her family. On top of her feelings of loneliness and being out of place, the goddess Aehdna tasks her with saving Faerie and her world. I agree with some of the other reviewers that maybe this should have been 2 books - one for her quest to restore the balance and energy of Faerie and the last to be her final showdown with Queen Amwyn over Rhys. I would have liked more scenes of her and Lukas, or her interacting with the other fae friends (like Conlan and the others in Lukas’s guard), not just those being mean to her. Even the ending was a little disappointing on that end - I wanted to know more about what was happening for her and Lukas. While it’s clear they are getting their happily ever after, I still wanted more details. There was just so much of a different tone than the first 2 books. Jesse problem solved her way out of a lot of tough situations as a bounty hunter in the first 2 books, but the 3rd book seemed to have more of her dealing with mean people or facing adversaries that she just did not have enough power to stand and up to and win. I needed more explanation at the end for how all of Faerie believed her story over the one that Queen Amwyn had spun. I don’t know. I loved the other 2 books. I enjoyed this one, but not to the same level. Overall, this was a good series and I was sorry to see the story end. I just wish there had been a more detailed ending.