A mythical healing flower. A fractured kingdom. A curse unbroken. Adalina and Shane will do whatever it takes to protect their people. Even if that means working with the "enemy."
Best in the series. Villains just trying to protect their unwieldy teenage princess decide to become real villains by killing them. It's like the Breakfast Club for fairy tale villains.
The writing was fine, but there wasn't must story. The blurb covers it. I did like that Gray was smart enough to pretend to be selling her so that he could form a plan for their escape from the brothel, but his cleverness was all the story had going for it.
This book was so good. The characters had instant chemistry and the descriptions were amazing. Instead of coming off as crass at times, it was just super sexy without the cringe. The girl main character loves her job, and she doesn't want to risk it over a hot prince. He has a responsibility to marry and have heirs, but he's distracted from the mission because of his feelings for her.
After pissing off the head of the supernatural lab, failing at befriending my fellow inmates, and pitching a temper tantrum in the underground cafeteria, it was only a matter of time before I had to do something about this whole captivity thing.