Today is about magic and much more… The Fairy Prince
Violet Fairdale is just weeks away from one of the most important occasions of
her life: graduation. After messing up big time by bringing a human into the
fae realm, Vi needs to step up her game and forget about Nate if she hopes to
graduate as the top guardian of her year. Everything would be fine if she
wasn’t forced to partner with Ryn, her ex-friend, ex-enemy, current ‘sort of
friend’. They might be trying to patch up their relationship, but does she
really want to spend a week undercover with him for their final assignment? On
top of that, the possibly insane Unseelie Prince is still on the loose, free to
‘collect’ as many specially talented faeries as he can find—and Vi is still at
the top of his list. Add in faerie queens, enchanted storms, complicated
not-just-friends feelings, and a murder within the Guild itself, and graduation
is about to become the least of Vi’s problems.
makes leading lady, Violet, captivating to follow. Witnessing her abandonment scars, a perfectionist personality, and unbreakable motivation for
success, I couldn’t help but keep reading and hoping the best for her.
triangle, some very heart touching friends and down-to-business villains, this
story had at it all.
builds suspense in a wonderful way. There are many surprises in this second
book. Don’t assume you know anything, because it is never that simple.
lose some sleep after you start the first couple chapters, so just plan for that
it all day, but that would ruin the fun. I highly recommend you give it a read.
I also want to congratulate Rachel Morgan on a job well done with this story as
well as The Faerie Prince’s much deserved five-star rating on goodreads.