Review: Betrayals of Spring (Forever Fae #2) by L.P. Dover

Title: Betrayals of Spring (Forever Fae Series, Book #2)
Author: L.P. Dover
Published: February 13, 2013

Blurb from Goodreads:

The smell of rain vastly approaches as we are lying on the ground in a sea of flowers. They surround our bodies while the fresh Spring wind caresses our skin with its soft, gentle touch. Combined as one, we stare into each other’s eyes as we bask in the pleasure of our love and OUR land.

The Land of the Fae has flourished bringing a new beginning and a new court, the Fall Court. Five years have passed since then along with the dreaded day that Meliantha, Summer Court Princess and one of the powerful Four, was betrayed and broken-hearted by the sexy and alluring Winter Prince, Kalen. Spurned by the man she loves, Meliantha has turned and fallen into the arms of the fierce and handsome warrior, Finn, who understands she can never love him, but wants more than anything to mend her broken heart.
The Winter Solstice Ball is approaching, meaning Meliantha will have to face the Winter Prince and make it out of there with her heart intact. But what does she do when Prince Kalen acts as if nothing ever happened and seems more in love with her than ever before?

The dark sorcerer has planned his twisted game of lies and deceit well, and has enjoyed making himself a player without anyone’s knowledge. The game is almost over and the players are exactly where they are needed to be. Will Meliantha figure out his twisted game and save all the players? Or will the dark sorcerer once again obtain the power of the Four and take everything away from her…..even her one true love?

Review:

After reading Forever Fae, I could not wait to start this book. Luckily for me I had a lot of books to read, so I had 3 books of this series saved up to read back to back. I enjoyed Forever Fae so much, I just had had had to start Betrayals of Spring. Do you have that too?
Betrayals of Spring starts almost immediately after we leave the happy couple of the Fall Court behind, married and well. In this book we got to know the sister and brother of the respective queen and king of the Fall Court. Melianthe is of the Summer Court and Kalen is of the Winter. They almost immediatly hit it off and you would think it would be easy on this couple, because they know what they can expect right? Well that slimy *beep* has a few aces up his sleeve and he almost immediatly tears this young couple apart, to make it easier on himself. They have their own troubles to go through, because the old scorserer learned a few tricks, he would not be surprised by the fae’s anymore. In this book the woman is the ultimate hero here. But again, it’s the female/male ying yang thing going on that has the most power here. I liked the different path this book took in making the princess save the prince!

Rating:
3 star

happy reading deb s 2

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