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The story of Ivy, Bear, Jules and Ardan continues. Ardan is showing that he has some true feelings for Ivy but she’s having none of it. Her heart is still with Bear and there’s a Lot of pining going on. The Summer Court gets involved and we see more of the plots and machinations of the evil aunt. Still enjoying the series, though there are a few errors.
Good storyline and a remarkably composed protagonist make for a decent read. The books are all simple, easy and not complex at all. This of course comes at the cost of many issues like over simplified plots, not much by way of depth in describing various settings, inexplicable ease with which enemies move around etc.
This one literally just knocks it out of the park. In the first book, it was all about Ivy figuring out who she was. Now, we delve deeper into the politics of Faerie Court, and Ivy learns what it means to be a Queen. I loved this book more than the first one.