Book Review: Court of Sun

 

“Fae. They’re real. They’re walking amongst us, harnassing powers that are slowly bringing earth to its knees.” The world has been slowly dying for years, probably long before anyone realized it. Now, dark has risen only weeks after strange dreams began to plague Milana. Sickness, war, famine, and so much more flow across the earth’s surface, killing those Fae don’t deem worthy of living in the new regime. Milana and her mother fight to survive, while she learns more about herself than she ever thought possible. The Dark King of the Fae is cutthroat, rage, and power all-consuming. He’s on a mission to save the world and the realms that parallel it before extinction comes for humans and Fae. But something is haunting him, gripping his resolve like a vice and ingesting him bit by bit. In the dimmest of times, two souls will intertwine, piecing a puzzle together that’s been broken for centuries. Angsty romance meets seething rage as Anwynn and Milana try to find themselves while saving their people in a world pitted against them.


My Review


This book is a new revised version of a previously published book, Gold in Darkness. It is better than the original book. You have probably discovered author, K.M. from her dark romance books. This book is different from the other books she writes. I do like this fantasy vibe and Anwynn brings the spice. 

The romantic entanglement that transpired between Milana and Anwynn is a slow burn one. I do like this as it made the relationship between them more believable. So that when they did share those "scenes", they were that much better. 

The world that K.M built for this story was great. I was so engaged in this story that I found myself reading chapters at a time. I can't wait to read book two.

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