I must say I had heard such amazing things about this series for a long time now, and I've wanted to read at least read this book to see what all the buzz was about. I was not disappointed!
This story centers around three characters, told from their points of view. Calista, princess of the Summer Court... Ryder, Prince of the Winter Court... and Alasdair, the last of the dark sorcerers.
L.P. delivers a story of heart's desire both from true love and unwavering friendship, as well as a story that brings to life many of the mythical creatures that usually over looked. From Fae, Kelpies, and Forest Imps.. to magick and evil sorcerers, this series seems to have it all.
I did spot a number of some errors, mainly some repetitive text in some of the sentences, but nothing too distracting.
The story is a sure pleaser that will make the reader chuckle at how Ryder and Merrick interact with each other, and bring a lump to the reader's throat toward the end.
While the book is not very graphic, due to the coarse language the Fae "children" have picked up in the mortal realm, and the intimacy toward the end I would not recommend this book to readers under the age of 16.
I absolutely fell in love with the Fae Court and look forward to reading Betrayals of Spring (when I find the time x.x) which is the second book in the series.
I give this book 5 of 5 paws.