REVIEW - The Faerie Prince, Creepy Hollow #2

The Faerie Prince - Rachel  Morgan

Where do I begin, what do I do?  I don't even know if I should instantly plunge into the third book or go to sleep.  I don't even have the focus to be writing coherent thoughts right now.  Rachel Morgan, what did you do to me?  But seriously, I love this series far too much.  Thank you for not only writing it, but allowing me the final two books to review.

Like book one, there was an incredible amount of action in this book.  Constant, non stop.  It's great.  It's also not just fighting action.  Some of the scenes set my stomach a flutter.  I wanted to be the one truly experiencing them.  It was magical!

Morgan has a way of capturing the readers interest and keeping it from page one until the end, and then making you not only need the next book to the series, but want to go barging up to her door and demand she give it to you right now.  If I didn't have the third book, I would do just that.

I don't want to go too much more into details, as I do not want to spoil this series for anyone, but we do see a lot more of Ryn, which is exciting for me, since he is easily my favorite character now.  Sorry Vi, you were booted to second place, I am sure you understand though.

There was also a lot of twists and turns.  Some of them I most certainly was not expecting, but there were also others that I should have seen coming, ya know, if I wasn't so caught up in the awesomeness that is Ryn.

Also: Glowing butts. -snorts- best part of any book ever.




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