USA Today Bestselling author, W.J. May, brings you the highly anticipated continuation of the bestselling YA/NA series about love, betrayal, magic and fantasy.
Be prepared to fight, it's the only option.
Not every fairytale has a happily ever after…
For the first time in hundreds of years, the five kingdoms were at peace. United by the band of young heroes who'd won the Great War, the realm had entered a time of wealth and prosperity unlike anything it had known before. New families. New Beginnings. Old alliances were on the mend.
But such a thing can never last.
When Katerina and Dylan's teenage daughter finds herself at the center of a strange prediction, she and her friends are swept away on a wild adventure that may very well claim all of their lives. Old evils are lurking the shadows. A secret new darkness is waiting to take hold.
Can the new band of heroes stop it in time?
Or has their happily ever after finally come to an end?
Be careful who you trust.
Even the devil was once an angel.
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At first i was a tad skeptical because i loved the first series literally SOOO MUCH and was worried this sequel wouldn’t be able to live up to my expectations or i would just be disappointed, but overall i can say i LOVE this series maybe not as much as the first, but VERY close to it. Asher might actually be giving Dylan Hale a run for his money, we’ll see how the series progresses. Ive preordered the last 2 and practically binged them all instantly and am begging August to come sooner. I love each character so much and love the bonds and banter between them all. This is a must read series! The books are on the short side, and sometimes end in brain mashing cliff hangers, my only complaint, but only because i NEED MORE.55
I love the characters not so much the story. My favorites are the fae Ellanden and the vampire Asher. Everly the princess is okay. I'm hoping that as the series goes on the three will become more fully developed. The whole book had only one fight scene. I want to see, or in this case read, them in action.25