A Court of Honey and Ash by Shannon Mayer & Kelly St. Clare

Honey and Ice Trilogy, Book 1

Synopsis: Orphaned. Trained to fight. Raised to fear the power of Underhill. Secretly in love with a man who doesn’t want me.

I’m still just Alli, aka the half-human orphan fae, but my life is looking up for the first time. It only took me my whole 24 years.

But when Underhill—the ancestral home of the fae—shatters, making it impossible for any fae to enter, I’m the only one who knows who did it.

A secret that will be the death of me if I do nothing.

A brutal madness spreads through the fae as they lose their connection to Underhill, and to save my people, my only choice is to leave all I have fought for and go on the run.

Unless I figure out how the hell magic that has existed since the dawn of time was destroyed with a single touch, well, an entire life spent fighting to prove myself isn’t going to mean anything at all.

I must find the answer to the riddle of Underhill’s shattering.

Hunted by the very man I loved once upon a time.

Review: I was not familiar with this series at all, but I have read Shannon Meyer novels before and was quite curious about this new trilogy.

Alli thought she could finally get the life she wanted. It’s not easy for a fae/human hybrid, but she made it, she managed to become someone after a grueling training. But she never expected to be accused of destroying the Underhill, the Fae realm that keeps all Fae sane. Determined to prove her innocence and understand what happened, Alli runs away to join the Banished Fae. This quest will lead her to understand her powers and who she really is a little better.

This was a very interesting novel and I was really curious to find out what was going to happen. Alli will have her work cut out for her with her friend or her former crush who seems to be playing a double game.

Because of the ending of the novel, I can’t wait to read the sequel to find out how our heroes are going to achieve their goals.

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