This is the second book about The Fairies of Rush and it is even better than the first. The first story, Fairytale, did a good job setting the scene and the fact that Tristan- the leading man of this piece- was previously the antagonist made for an interesting premise.
It soon becomes clear that Tristan is not what he appeared when we met him in Fairytale. He is instantly likeable- both strong and vulnerable. Bridin is is also much more likeable in this book than the first. The romance between the two of them is sweet and sensual with sexual tension bubbling constantly throughout the story.
The worldbuilding is weaved throughout the story seamlessly and the cast of… Read more