With the Godmother Guild destroyed by Teague's army, Mina finds herself without the guidance of her Fae godmother. Alone and confused, she must lean on her friends for support. The dark prince threatens their very existence with a show of power on the human plane that has everyone running for their lives. To save them, Mina must make a deal with the prince to become his prisoner or lose her friends forever. But is there any hope for Jared and the love they briefly shared, or must beauty destroy the beast she created?
©2015 Chanda Hahn (P)2016 Tantor
I'm not sure why I listened to this series. The main character is whiny, annoying and weak until maybe the last 20 minutes or so. I was curious where she was taking this but honestly it was drawn out way to long. Disappointing.
I could not wait to get a moment to read this. The most memorable moment for me is the moment Mina figured out what her grand mission was and that she loved Teague so much she would have given anything anything to be with him even death. But love always wins.
What a great ending to a great series! It was wrapped up perfectly! And it's a book I can share with my 12 year old girls. I love sharing books with them and his is a perfect read for us all to enjoy
So good.. Kinda sad that it's over... The entire series was so well written and kept me begging for more... I enjoyed it enough that its safe to say i would listen to them all again down the road
Perhaps I could go back to previous books and pick out the plot developments that would allow this series to be wrapped up, but I would not have seen this end coming for the most part. This is good and bad. Some stories were rushed to closure and just seemed like they were jammed in to provide outcomes which was not satisfying. Some just felt like they were just completely out of left field. So I feel satisfied with knowing how it ended, but not necessarily satisfied with the ending itself.
There could have been many endings! This one was surprisingly refreshing! I've been routing for the outcome, and really pleased that I wouldn't feel incomplete at the end! Loved the character development and there was just enough true grit in the leading characters that made it so believable!
No, the book was a lot of whining. The main character has went down hill since the first book. I was hoping she would get back to the strong girl she was in the first two books, but I was mistaken
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