All teenagers have problems, but few of them can match those of Aislinn, who has the power to see faeries. Quite understandably, she wishes that she could share her friends' obliviousness and tries hard to avoid these invisible intruders. But one faery in particular refuses to leave her alone. Keenan the Summer King is convinced beyond all reasoning that Aislinn is the queen he has been seeking for nine centuries. What's a 21st-century girl to do when she's stalked by a suitor nobody else can see? A debut fantasy romance for the ages; superlative summer read.
I know, I know, we’re not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but I so frequently find myself choosing books because of their pretty covers. Unfortunately, the cover of this book was much better than the words inside.
2 measly stars, here’s why:
This was a very dark story, even darker than most YA Fantasy novels. There was too much swearing and a bunch of sexual trash and there’s no way I would want a YA to read this. The plot was really interesting and I didn't mind the characters, hence the two stars instead of one. Definitely wouldn’t want anyone to make the mistake of reading this just because it has a beautiful and intriguing cover.
Sorry the review is a bit late. I've been away from home all day.