AHHH I CAN’T WRITE A REVIEW FOR THIS!!! Okay, bottom line: you should know that I loved this book SO. MUCH. That it actually, physically, hurts.
I loved everything about this book. I loved the way it started, the pacing, the plot—really, JUST EVERYTHING. I want to bow down to Chima for having a slow-burning consistent romance that is so good to read about that it hurts. I have butterflies in my stomach right now and these aren’t even real people.
AHHH THE ROMANCE!!!
“But I don’t want your throne.”
“Then what do you want?”
LIKE CAN SOMEONE PLEASE KILL ME NOW BEFORE RAISA AND HAN DO???
The thing I love the most about this series is that the characters are so consistent and there’s other things besides romance! There’s the friendship between Han and Dancer! There’s Raisa kicking butt and being awesome! There’s Han kicking butt at politics! There’s Crow and Han and their banter! There’s Han who honest to God makes my heart hurt because of all he’s willing to do to get what he wants! There’s effing trust between Raisa and Han! How??? How can you not expect me to DIE???!!!
“You are my father,” she said to Averill. “And you are my grandmother,” she said to Elena. “And you are duty-bound to me,” she said to Nightwalker.
“If you take action against Hunts Alone without my permission, we will be at war.”
HELL YAS, GURL! YOU TRUST YOUR MAN!!! YOU FIGHT FOR HIM!
Sorry. This isn’t even a review. It’s just me blabbering. But that’s okay, because I love the Seven Realms series and anyone who’s a fan of fantasy (keeping in mind that this is YA) should read this for sure.