by L.P. Dover
The smell of rain vastly approaches as we are lying on the ground in a sea of flowers. They surround our bodies while the fresh Spring wind caresses our skin with its soft, gentle touch. Combined as one, we stare into each others eyes as we bask in the pleasure of our love and OUR land.
The Land of the Fae has flourished bringing a new beginning and a new court, the Fall Court. Five years have passed since then along with the dreaded day that Meliantha, Summer Court Princess and one of the powerful Four, was betrayed and broken-hearted by the sexy and alluring Winter Prince, Kalen. Spurned by the man she loves, Meliantha has turned and fallen into the arms of the fierce and handsome warrior, Finn, who understands she can never love him, but wants more than anything to mend her broken heart.
The Winter Solstice Ball is approaching, meaning Meliantha will have to face the Winter Prince and make it out of there with her heart intact. But what does she do when Prince Kalen acts as if nothing ever happened and seems more in love with her than ever before?
The dark sorcerer has planned his twisted game of lies and deceit well, and has enjoyed making himself a player without anyone’s knowledge. The game is almost over and the players are exactly where they are needed to be. Will Meliantha figure out his twisted game and save all the players? Or will the dark sorcerer once again obtain the power of the Four and take everything away from her…..even her one true love?
***Warning: this book contains graphic language, sex, and violence. Mature readers only. Not intended for young adult readers.***
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review (Lovers of Paranormal ). All opinions of this book are of my own and not anyone else’s, and they are just that opinions.
First off I want to thank the author again for giving me the opportunity to read and review this book series.
This book is captured pretty good in the synopsis again, so I don’t really feel the need to describe it to you. There is much more “fooling around” in this book then there was in the last one though. I dunno what it is with the series though but I feel that it is really fast in some spots, and then really slow in others. There sometimes too much dialog and then none at all. Same with the descriptive parts in the story, I want to know MORE about where they are, more about the characters. I don’t feel like I know them all that well.
Did I get bored of this book while reading it? No I didn’t. It kept me pretty much entertained the entire time I happened to have it in my hands. It entertained me enough that I am looking forward to reading the third book in the series. Do I think that it needs worked on? Yes I do, but as an over all series so far, its pretty good.
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