A Wish Granter named Alistair Teague tricked Ari’s brother Thad into wishing away both the safety of his people and his soul in exchange for the crown. Ari must figure a way to stop Teague to save her brother and her kingdom
Characters: 4 – Ari, how I love you! You took charge when necessary, but you also knew when to accept help!
Plot: 3 – The plot was good. I would have liked it to move along a little faster.
Originality: 3 – At the end of the day it was still Rumplestiltskin. I did like the sort of mobster take though.
Predictability: 3 – Okay so this one was pretty predictable. I knew exactly how this one was going to end, and even the twist was sort of underwhelming.
Romance: 5 – OMG! Two characters that talk to each other and don’t jump to conclusions? A guy that understands he might not always be able to do everything to save to woman he loves, with a woman who gladly accepts help when she needs it. Two people who trust and respect each other! What is this crazy world? More of this, please.
World Building: 3 – It was okay, and it helped that I had read the other book in this series, but stop mentioning other kingdoms and their magical creatures, and not explain a little more about it. Yes, I know that just means a book is coming but I want to know now!