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A Court of Mist and Fury - Sarah J. Maas

"She is my mate. And my spy," I said too quietly. "And she is the High Lady of the Night Court."

Sarah J. Maas has officially done it! She has warmed my heart with the love and tension in between Rhysand and Feyre and then tore it apart to leave me crying at the end of the book for more! I simply could not put this book down because it was so good. I even refused to go to sleep because I didn't want to stop turning the pages. This sequel was so amazing and well-written that I'm afraid that my words will not be enough to describe how I felt while reading this.

Rhysand and Feyre have this unbreakable bond between them that also makes them nearly UNSTOPPABLE. Nothing will keep them apart and I love that. They are one badass team together. They are completely made for each other. I cannot disagree even if I wanted to. As a reader, you could feel the steam coming from the book during those sexual scenes and how they just interact with one another. WAY better than Tamlin, (Even though I was a huge Tamlin lover in the first novel. Ha. Bye bye.) Also, Feyre's character has evolved so much in a way that she is much stronger. Mentally and physically. She's not the same shy girl that the readers have witnessed in the first book. She had dreams too. Which shows how she fit so well with the Night Court. Feyre was truly happy with Rhysand and that made me happy as well. Tamlin was containing her, trying to keep her from the life outside of the Spring Court. When I got to the point about Tamlin making a bargain with the enemy, I was SO upset. How could you be so dumb Tamlin? He was too blinded by love that he didn't even realize what he agreed to. Congratulations, you played yourself.

I am definitely excited to see what the next books will bring. How will Feyre kept the secret bond between her and Rhysand a secret from Tamlin and for how long? How will she avoid Tamlin's touch and other ideas that won't make it too obvious that she's pretending?