Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2018
Title: The Prince (Wicked #3.5)
Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated
Amount of Pages: 125
Edition Read: Kindle
Genre: Fantasy, Adult, Romance

Date Read: 03-08-2018

Favorite Quote:“Why do you call me that? Sunshine?”
“Because I saw you smile once and it was like the sun finally rising.”"

Review:
Another great book by Jennifer L. Armentrout! I was super excited to read this one and it definitely didn't disappoint. I was happy to see certain characters again like Tink, Ren and Ivy.
Be aware that this book ends with a cliffhanger.

What is this book about:
This book begins where Brave ended. The Queen is defeated, or you know send back to the hell hole they came from. Time for celebration right? Well think again. The winter fae haven't given up, they are still hunting. Brighton knows that all to well.
The prince hasn't forgotten what he did under the influence of the Queen. He remembers everything he has done. Yet he can't seem to stay away from Brighton. There is something about her that lures him in but he knows nothing can come from it.
When some of the summer fae boys go missing, Brighton and the Prince have to work together to find them. Will they be able to find the missing fae or will they discover more than they bargained for.

What did I like about this book:
I loved being back in the fae work again. Jennifer did a really good job creating that world. I loved seeing old characters again like Tink, Ren and Ivy. Learning more about what they've been up to.
I really liked getting to know other characters as well I didn't think I'd learn to like the Prince as much as I did. And I didn't think I'd like Brighton as much as well. She's a great character, we didn't seem much of her in the other books, atleast not as much as I recall. And it was good, she's a great person, really feisty and strong.
I can't wait to see more about this world and it's characters

Rating:
5 Amazing Stars
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