He may not have changed his appearance, but he altered my perception of him, made me see desire instead of danger. I hate that he has that kind of power over me. But during the glamour? I didn’t hate it at all. I loved it. Loved staring at his lips, his eyes. Loved the pull between us, the smell of his skin, the heat of his body.We have a completely different world where an uneasy truce lies between the humans and the Fae, a marriage between the two groups every one hundred years all that stops a war. Both sides have their stories of who is at fault, but who is right? Political intrigue, meets mystery and magic with a reluctant romance that I was blowing through the pages because I wanted, no needed, to see it bloom (hopefully!).
“You’re so lucky. The Stag King is quite yummy to look at. Plus, he has a huge…kingdom, as rumor would have it.” He waggles his brows, his grin wide enough to show his slightly pointed teeth. Fangs. I knew it—wait. Did he just hint at innuendo? “Huge kingdom?”I was completely thrown by the twists in the story and the ending was the most awful kind of cliffhanger where I am in need of the next book asap. There is no doubt that I will read the next book as well as all others by this author! This is the perfect read for those who love The Folk of the Air Series or The Court of Thrones and Roses.