The Twilight King
The human world was the last place I wanted to hide, but after my mother, the Queen of the Light Court, wed me off to our mortal enemy, I just wanted out.
My husband, The Twilight King, may be tall, handsome, and everything that would make most females bite their lips—but he’s also holding far too many secrets behind his golden eyes. On top of that, he’s controlling, possessive, and makes me feel things I shouldn’t. Especially not for a man who’s rumored to be more brutal than any other Fae king in existence.
So after our wedding was complete—I vanished—and I’ve been hiding out in the human world ever since.
I thought the Twilight King would forget me and move on, but that’s not his style. Now, the turbulent changes in my powers, and a growing pandemic in Avalon, have brought my husband and I face to face again.
My Kingdom needs me.
My King needs me.
And, whether I like it or not, I can’t ignore what’s happening to my people, because without our combined efforts, there is a good chance that nobody will make it out alive.
Uncaged Review: To escape an arranged marriage
from her mother, Ashlynn escapes the fae world
to hide out among the humans with her friend,
Cole. Her husband, Kian, is the Twilight King,
and Lord over all the dark realms, and closely on
her heels trying to find her. Ashlynn and Cole stay
a half a step ahead of him until Ashlynn is in a car
accident and Kian finally catches up to her.
Kian is very dominating, and possessive, and
Ashlynn is very rebellious and spoiled at times.
But there is a lot going on in this book, and it all
starts to reveal itself and will some of it is very
surprising. There is a plague facing the fae realm,
and Kian wants Ashlynn to return to help heal the
realms, with the people dying and coming back to
life like zombies.
So you have a good urban fantasy, mixed with
a healthy dose of suspense, and sprinkled with
horror and just a smidgeon of romance. This is
a good mix. I didn’t really like where the book
ended, but it is a trilogy, and all the books are
available, so it makes the hit a bit easier to take.
Reviewed by Cyrene