I’ve been curious about this book for so long and finally I get the chance to read and finish it. I’m in love with the cover specially those black birds in there. For me it’s like the book is in the medieval period, the way how people talked and how the lines are made. It was cool tho, like really am reading something that is from the past.
The flow of the story is interesting, I am curious to what will happen to Jessamin, what FATE does she have. Also, the LOVE between her and Lord Ackerly is really cute. She’s a bit hard on Lord Ackerly a.k.a Finn but still their love story is lovely. I find it cute in some way but I feel bad for Finn in some parts of the book.
What I didn’t like about the book is that I feel like the story is slow. I was waiting for the action or a big twists but it didn’t happen aside from the revelation that I wasn’t able to guess because I didn’t even think it that way and then how the villain died, well I expect more maybe brutally? LOL. BUT I love the ending. That ending of the story made the book exciting. Geez. I really thought there will be no happy ending but.. heeyyy I loved it. I hope there’s more though, I feel like it is a cliffhanger in there, to be honest it made my heart ache.
Well… I guess that’s it. I like the book all in all. I enjoyed reading it even if I have to sneak in to work just to read a few pages (yes I did that). It was worth it.
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