Wicked Lovely (Wicked Lovely #1) by Melissa Marr (***1/2)

Aislinn has the Sight, like her mother before her and her mother’s mother. She sees what other ‘normal’ mortals do not – the fey. To survive, she must follow the rules: don’t stare, don’t speak and do not attract their attention. Basically, to pretend they do not exist but how do you do that when you suddenly become the centre of their attention?

Overall, I think it’s a pretty good book; nearly un-put-down-able. Enjoyed the plot however did not expect for such an easy “acceptance” by Aislinn. To me, it seems the issue was resolved way too easily, there could have been much much more!

Note: this book reads like a stand-alone

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