For more reviews, see: Fantasy is More Fun WOW! OMG! Talk about an incredible ride! If you're like me, you jumped into this book within minutes of finishing Faefever; That cliff-hanger ending was just too intense to wait! So, this book picks up right were Faefever left off, with Mac's rape by the Dark Fae Princes. The writing style changes; Mac is no longer herself and it is done so well! The first part of this book is really awesome and in an effort to avoid spoilers, that's all I'll say. But it's great :-) Unlike the earlier books, this one switches between Mac's and Dani's point of view. It definitely changes the read of the book, but I think it was for the best. The switches between them are clear and, if you're listening to the audio, Natalie Ross does really great voices for both Mac and Dani. In fact, this is the book I'd recommend you switch to audio on - Natalie Ross and Phil Gigante do an amazing job. Mac's transformation in this book is staggering; Barrons reveals himself in ways you've never seen him, and some questions about who he is begin to be answered. We also delve even deeper into the Abbey and the world of sidhe-seers, which is really fascinating and equally frustrating. I found that even though many answers began to reveal themselves, I was left with even more questions, worry, and anxiousness as Mac's situation grows ever more complicated. And if you thought the last book was a cliff-hanger... well, you haven't seen a cliff-hanger until you get to the end of this book! Have the next one ready!