This spin-off of sorts from JLA’s Wicked

series is the very reason why I’ve decided to wait until it’s finished to start. Cliffhangers, they’re not all crazy, but JLA always gives us the best stories and I’m always wanting more at the end.
Quick note: this book cannot be read as a standalone, it’s part of the Wicked series and rexommend going back to the very beginning.

In true fashion with Brighton and Caden’s story, things pick up right where they left off in The King

. It’s been so long since I’ve read that I was caught a little off-guard, but I quickly hopped back on the train and remembered right away.
Caden’s character development through the past 3 novellas have seriously been the best thing ever. I love him so much and is ranking up there with my favorite JLA heroes with Aiden St. Delphi (The Covenant

series) being my #1. My goodness, just seeing his emotions come out whenever it pertains to Brighton is absolutely everything. I hate that he makes you wait in anticipation before he says anything that give your heart the badum.

Brighton … honestly got a little frustrated with her and some of her actions, but they all came from a good place because she loves Caden so much. And she would literally do ANYTHING for him, even remove herself from the picture. The fae does not deserve and that’s all I have to say about that.

Such a great conclusion and with the way things ended, I’m hoping this isn’t the end of this world. Maybe someday, I’ll be ready.

major thank you to the author for the complimentary copy in consideration for a review. this does not affect my opinion of the book or review.

[rating stars=”four-half-stars”]

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