He shows initially and then disappears for a Very Long Time, and there's certainly a surprising twist at the end, but the title didn't quite fit the book for me. It set up an expectation that wasn't answered lots of machinations and run-ins with Zell , and I don't think that's fair to the book or the reader.
I almost think this is the book that should be titled "The Faerie Guardian! I am not a fan of cliff-hangers, and this story packs in every imaginable cliff hanger into the last five pages. So if you don't like cliff-hangers, just let yourself pause about three or four chapters before the end there are some relatively natural resting points , and wait for the next book before you go on! This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Let me just talk about Ryn and Vi relationship! Every time I start a series I have to read the first book and then start with another book in another series, but in this series I couldn't help but read the next book as soon as I finish the first and I can't seem to get enough!
Ryn and Violet are goals! These type of romance are my favorite. They HATED each other at the beginning and now they can't live without the other and to me this is true love. It came from nowhere. I just don't know how to describe it I love them so much! Update Oh man, you did not! Yep, it was THAT good. Will read it one more time before I write my review for the tour.
Oh, and I'm going to say this again. It deserves more than a million glowbutts -- I mean, stars. I'd give it the galaxy if I can. It was sooooooo good! I love it when sequels don't disappoint! First off, I want to say that I think the book cover of The Faerie Prince is absolutely beautiful, and representative of an amazing story! The Creepy Hollow series is magical, mysterious, intriguing, and addicting!
I was so excited to continue Violet's adventure, after reading the first book in the series, The Faerie Guardian. I loved the sequel even more than the first book in the series, and that's saying a lot, because the first book was excellent! The story opens with Violet watching Nate's First off, I want to say that I think the book cover of The Faerie Prince is absolutely beautiful, and representative of an amazing story!
The story opens with Violet watching Nate's window, night after night, hoping for a glimpse of him, and trying to heal from her heartbreak.
Vi and Ryn are trying to be friends again, but are awkward with one another. Then, comes the time for all of the trainees to become paired up for their final assignment before their graduation to become guardians. Vi and Ryn get paired up as partners, and are given the task of looking into a matter for the Seelie Queen. Vi is disappointed because this task appears small, easy, and boring, while her other classmates get to travel to exotic places, and put their guardian training to the test. However, this task isn't as simple as it appears to be, and Vi, and Ryn are pulled into a dangerous, and challenging situation that involves the powerful and evil Unseelie Queen, and her two sons.
The Faerie Prince was imaginative, beautifully described, fast-paced, action-packed, full of mystery, and suspense. Morgan is a very talented author. She knows how to get the reader intrigued with her story telling skills, and before you know it, you are hooked, and do not want to put the book down. There were so many twists, and turns, and this story was one large never ending adventure.
Their were many sub plots that connected with the main plot in surprising ways, and much like an intricate puzzle, I enjoyed attempting to decipher the clues, and put them all together, to figure out the whole picture. The pace of this story had me looking at the book saying, "Wow, I already read pages?
I loved the fact that one of my favorite characters, Ryn, was a major part of the story line. Ryn and Vi are meant to be together. They have such a dynamic chemistry when they are together on the page. They constantly have a push, pull relationship occurring between them. I love Vi and Ryan's playful banter, snarky sarcasm, flirting, and magnetic chemistry with one another. I loved the build up of these two coming to terms with their feelings for one another.
In the majority of the first book their was no love lost between them, then in this story, they really took the time to rebuild their childhood friendship, and got to know each other on such a deep level. They learned each other's greatest fears, hopes, dreams, and secrets. Ryn challenges Vi like no one else possibly can, and she challenges him right back! Vi is a strong, intelligent, and courageous character. Yet , she isn't perfect. She is real, authentic, and comes to life. Vi has very "human" traits. She is also stubborn, impulsive, impatient, and doesn't like admitting when she is wrong.
She is such a well-rounded character, and the more I get to know her, the more I like her. Vi made a huge amount of character growth in this sequel. She learned to let herself "feel" her emotions, how to trust, and take a chance, at the expense of having her heart broken. Ryn, also grew immensely. He learned how to admit when he was wrong, and he also learned how to trust, and take a chance on Vi. Their relationship was very real, and refreshing! The ending of The Faerie Prince has me anxious, impatient, and excited to read the next book in this series!
Morgan, you are torturing me with that ending! Vi has a whole other set of problems, and the mystery and suspense continues to build. Things were not tied up in a nice little neat bow! Vi's adventure is far from over, and I for one, can not wait to dig in, and see how this story ends!!! I give, The Faerie Prince, 5 thrilling, exciting, mysterious, and swoon worthy stars! This book has all of the dynamics of an amazing read. It has mystery, suspense, action, romance, and passion. It also has well rounded characters, that experience growth, a highly imaginative, and engaging plot, and steamy romance that is sure to leave you wanting more!
My Favorite Quotes: I'm suddenly aware of how close he's sitting to me. I'm aware of his knee touching my thigh, and his hand carefully holding mine. I watch his face as he works, his beautiful blue eyes intent as he moves to my left hand and concentrates on smoothing the gel over it. My gaze falls on his lips. I really, really want to know what it feels like to- eARC, 90 "We should have been back at the Guild days ago!
And here we are, sleeping in the dirt, sliding through the mud, and smelling like crap. Ryn snickers, 'Oh, baby, I love it when you talk dirty. He's someone I actually enjoy being around. Someone I can shout at and fight with and have everything go back to normal in just a few minutes. He leans forward and his lips brush my ear as he whispers, 'You are more beautiful than any other girl in this room.
I feel the muscles of his shoulder beneath my hand. The frame his arms create is strong, secure, but I want those arms tighter around me. Much tighter, much closer. I want there to be no space at all between us. I want to kiss him, laugh with him, cry with him, share every freaking moment of my life with him because no matter how many awful things he's done in the past, I can't shake the undeniable feeling that when his arms are around me, I'm home. For the fist three parts of the book, I was like "meh". I mean, it wasn't bad but it wasn't better than the first one, either.
Violet is a little less insufferable in this one, and Ryn aka romantic interest is a cool character, but the action was very dull. Plus, when Violet and Ryn finally start dating, they're so cheesy I couldn't stand their parts; I liked it a lot better when they were bickering during assignments and class, teasing each other, than when they're all over one another.
I really, really hated Nate in this one, specially in the end because he destroys Violet's home and the Guild, and he kills Tora and a whole bunch of people , which was the saddest part of the story.
The first part of the book, on Violet's and Ryn's final assignment, was entertaining, specially because we got to see how their relationship evolved from sworn ennemies to allies to friends. And it was so shocking when we discover that Violet's dad is still alive though he might not be anymore thanks to dumbass Nathan. The ending was absolutly nuts; it was crazy that the Guild was destroyed and so many people were killed, and that all that was Violet's fault.
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It was really sad when she took the Forget Potion in the end so she could escape her pain, specially because Ryn had abandoned her. Hope I can read the next book soon. Apr 30, Angel Leya rated it it was amazing Shelves: faerie , alternate-present , romance , young-adult , fantasy , new-adult , contemporary , indie-books , series. Graduation is closing in, and Violet can almost taste victory as top of the faerie guild class. But the last assignment pairs her with Ryn--no longer her mortal enemy, but also not exactly her friend.
What seems like a simple assignment throws her further into the problems with Zell, a powerful Unseelie faerie who's collecting fae with special powers. Plus, things with Ryn get What an exciting and heart-pounding journey through all the twists and turns of this epic young adult fa Graduation is closing in, and Violet can almost taste victory as top of the faerie guild class.
What an exciting and heart-pounding journey through all the twists and turns of this epic young adult fantasy. I'm rooting for Violet even after that stupid stunt she pulls at the end of the book - but omg, I have to keep reading! Good thing I have the whole series. The romance is delicious, the twists are stunning, and the end will leave you wondering how the author can possibly fix this impossible situation.
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We learn more about what's going on and the YA kicks in with a senior prom What I thought view spoiler [ After finding out that Vi's Father was still alive I guessed that He and Angelica had an affair, making Nate Vi's half brother. I love Creepy Hollow and the people in it. Violets story continues and it gets quite good with secrets and mayhem ending this.
I've never been happier that this series is completed and I don't have to wait for the next one. These books are creative and deeply fascinating, and they just keep getting better. I really enjoyed the first book, but this one was so much better. I was hooked from the beginning, pulled along on a perilous and emotional journey with Violet, and totally fell in love with the story and its characters. Whatever was missing for me in book one was there in The Faerie Prince. It kept me reading late into the night and I was so invested in the story that I'm still reeling from that god awful cliffhanger.
This book started out about a week after the ending of The Faerie Guardian. Violet was suspended and suffered the consequences of her actions. But she doesn't care, because Calla is safe. The other guardians can go after Zell and rescue the people he's trapped in cages. And she also knows that she's in danger because the Unseelie Prince wants her. He will stop at nothing to build his army, destroy the Guild, and overtake the Unseelie Court from the hands of his mother, whom he has never gotten along with.
I found myself connecting to Violet a lot more in this story, and the small irritation I had with her in the first book slipped away. She's still determined to be the best, but she's got her reasons for wanting that top spot. She had her heart broken, and she's not looking to make the same mistakes again.
It doesn't help matters that her feelings for Ryn have developed to more than 'just friends' and that she's attracted to him. But she's also scared of letting anything more happen between them, because Ryn has hurt her in the past. After his brother died, their friendship was destroyed. In the years that followed, their relationship was rocky, and they ignored each other as much as possible.
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After talking about the past and opening up to each other, their newfound friendship is still slightly rocky, although neither of them wants to go back to the way things have been between them. I'm a huge fan of Ryn and Violet's relationship like I never was with her and Nate , and I loved how it developed into something strong and sure. No insta-love, thank God. I also loved Ryn and was glad to see much more of him in this book than in the other one. In that, he was a douchebag who never stopped teasing Violet. But in this one, we see so much more to him. He's kind and honest and responsible.
He has feelings for the stubborn main character, and he won't let her back down from hers. He's a rock for her; steady, protective, and always willing to fight for her. The secondary characters are also great additions to the story; Tora, Raven, Flint. Even Filigree! I want a pet like him. It never got boring, and the action and story was always moving along at a fast pace.
When I thought I knew what was going on and what was going to happen, I was proven wrong time and time again. This book was so richly detailed, and the Faerie world was brought to life in vivid imagery. It was so long, yet it never lost its magic. Sometimes books end up just using empty fillers after major plot points, and sometimes those irrelevant details take away from the story and make it really boring. But I thought everything was played out nicely. Then there was the added emotional turmoil that the situation with Violet and the potion she took created. Something else I noticed was that this book had a lot of interesting concepts to think about.
Everything is interlinked somehow. Overall, this book was action-packed, thought-provoking, and filled with lovable characters, magic, and, of course, faeries. Anyone who likes action-packed YA urban fantasy with faeries, lovable, kickass characters, and just enough emotion to make you feel invested! Goodreads Amazon. Driven by action, suspense, and a strong heroine, this deliciously detailed, bestselling YA fantasy will keep you turning the pages right up until the epic conclusion….
Violet Fairdale is in big trouble. The powerful Lord Draven is taking over, brainwashing guardians into fighting for him. No one is safe from the evil spreading throughout the fae world. As alliances are forged between the remaining free fae, Vi struggles to reclaim her identity and figure out where she belongs in this new world.
When someone from her past shows up, life gets even more complicated. He brings with him a long-forgotten weapon and an ancient prophecy that places Vi at the center of the fight against Draven. Do you like thought-provoking books? Excellent Follow-Up! Comments 0. Was this review helpful to you? User reviews There are no user reviews for this listing. Already have an account? Log in now or Create an account. Powered by JReviews. Before we get to the cover, here's a note f Read more. Read on for more about Kathleen and her book, an excerpt, plus an giveaway!
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