A Court of Wings and Ruin picks up right where A Court of Mist and Fury left off – Fayre, now High Lady of the Night Court and mate to Rhysand, is back in the Spring Court with Tamlin, letting him think she still loves him while she gathers intel on Hybern and his plans to destroy the wall to send back to Rhys.
Feyre has to keep her wits about her as she plays dangerous games of deception with people who want her dead. We follow Feyre, Rhysand, and their friends and family as they try and figure out who they can trust before war breaks out and threatens to destroy them all.
“To the people who look up at the stars and wish, Rhys.”
“To the stars who listen – and the dreams that are answered.”
Well, I hope the stars are listening now, because I’m praying for a positive outcome! This book gave me so many feels! Just when I was rooting for Feyre and Tamlin to get their happy ending at the end of ACOTAR, things (including my feelings on that subject) quickly change early on in ACOMAF. Let me just say, that if you ship Tamlin and Feyre, go into this book with an open mind, regardless of what you’ve heard. It will be worth it. At least it was for me.
Oh my goshhhhhh you guys, I can’t believe I waited so long to read this. I kept seeing it pop up on everyone’s reviews, and I always thought I’d get to it eventually. I decided I wanted to see what all the hype was about and I’m sooooo glad I did!!