A Court of Mist and Fury



Now High Fae, Feyre returns to the Spring Court with her lover Tamlin. But Feyre is battling with what she endured Under the Mountain to save Tamlin’s people and the bargain she struck with Rhysland the High Lord of the Night Court.

Rhysland draws Feyre into his world of politics and passion. With a prospect of war greater than any evil queen looming, Feyre must come to terms with the past and embrace her knew abilities to help heal a torn world.



It was interesting to see Feyre’s growth in this book. She has had so much to come to terms with what occurred Under the Mountain and subsequently becoming High Fae herself. The plot was excellent and allowed for Feyre to flourish.

Tamlin makes some decisions that are at odds with who his character appeared to be in ACOTAR. It doesn’t sit well with me having him being painted with the “bad guy” brush. I think that he handled thing a bit poorly but isn’t a bad person. Speaking of aparent “bad boys”…

Rhysland, Rhysland, Rhysland.

I get it. All the hype all the fanning over him. I know understand why. Think of any attribute you would want in a guy and he has it… And wings. In fact I think that a lot of people are probably adding wings to their list because of Rhysland. He is kind, loyal, powerful, trusting, caring, hot and happens to be loaded. In summation anything and everything you could want.

Bloody hell the sex scenes in this instalment have stepped up a notch. I mean the dialogue in them and the descriptors are, well, very descriptive. Here is my favourite sex quote, might possibly my favourite quote of all time actually.

“And when I lick you, I want you splayed out on a table like my own personal feast.”

Yep I am just going to leave it at that.

Overall Rating: cupcupcupcupcup 5/5 teacups 


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Happy reading x

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