Nothing is as it seems.
Frey's life is a lie. She doesn't remember being bound from magic. She didn't intend to discover this dangerous secret, to get entangled in Council business. But she did.
And now she's on the run.
With the aid of a stranger, she discovers a world beyond the elves who bound her. But it's a world of shadows and dark magic, a world she's been warned not to trust. The farther she strays, the more she finds a forgotten past. As she fights to reclaim her true identity, Council trackers hunt her down.
If they find her, she will burn.
The stranger offers her a way out, but it's a path of no return. How do you know who to believe when you don't even know who you are?
Freya- exciting story
I loved this book but the end was confusing.
Missing so many things
If you’re looking for a quick read, this is the book. Suspense wise, the author did a decent job but this seems to be counteracted with the sexuality of the protagonist. Not really sure what her personality was aside from the worst type of rebellious and eavesdropper. The plot was lacking, not really sure what was happening and a lot of that is because of the protagonist’s perspective, which was just all over the place. I feel like the memory issue doesn’t get resolved and this impacts the ending badly. Stereotypes are everywhere.
Perhaps this is due to being the author’s initial works that the absence of substance proves to be process work. I haven’t read their recent works so I give this 2 stars instead of one.
Totally captivated me! I bought the next one and plan to buy the rest!
Some parts could be written better, but it was easy to ignore. Overall, one of the most addictive stories I've read in awhile!