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November’s Digital Book Group Read: A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
Well, it's official, dear reader: I have developed a taste for faeries. My dating profile, should I ever find the wherewithal to make one, might say something along the lines of, "Girl seeking kind and affectionate partner. Pointy ears and wings not required, but preferred. In fact, your Valentine's Day could be 10x better with a bit of fantastical faerie pizazz. A few months ago, I finally read Sarah J. And one written in all caps, no less? Feyre pronounced Fay-ruh is a human girl who, after unwittingly killing a faerie, must pay the ultimate price.
She is not afraid to kill a wolf to assure her survival, without even thinking about the price that this choice might come to. And what a price… killing a magical creature brings her to an enchanted court where Feyre is not allowed to escape, and has to face life with a masked captor. But what seems to be her new destiny is turned upside down by the feelings that flourish between her and the one who should have been her tormentor. As she reveals herself, there are other secrets shaking a whole kingdom that will be revealed to her in the most terrible way. Once again, Feyre will have to fight for her life and her freedom, by herself, trusting only the unsuspected strength that inhabits her.