After finishing A Court of Mist and Fury, I had to continue to A Court of Wings and Ruin to find out what happened. I mean, Feyre deliberately left Rhysand to go back with Tamlin. I had to see where that went!
Feyre Archeron discovered in the last book that she’s the mate of Rhysand, the High Lord of the Night Court. So while King of Hybern thought that he destroyed the bond between Feyre and Rhysand, he just obliterated the bargain between them. Tamlin doesn’t understand what he is unleashing.
Rhysand returns to Valeris. Feyre essentially goes undercover as a spy in the Spring Court, determined to bring them down from within.
Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)
In A Court of Wings and Ruin, Feyre learns about what the plans of the King of Hybern are. There are lots of twists and turns, with some of them having been foreshadowed in the previous book. How will it all end? Read it and see.
This is book three of this series. While there are more in the series, this one wrapped up this story arc well so I am hesitant to continue further. I did give this one five stars, but I’m not a mega fan like others I know. I don’t foresee myself rereading these.
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My plan for 2022 is to write three blog posts a week- one about a fantasy book, one about a mystery book, and one about a romance book (with some posts about series thrown in). This one is a fantasy so if you’re a fantasy lover, then you’ll want to check it out!