Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Darklight by Lesley Livingston

In this sequel to Wondrous Strange, Kelley Winslow finds her NYC acting career blossoming as she takes the lead in Romeo and Juliet. But she also finds herself desperately missing Sonny Flannery--who was forced back to the Faerie Otherworld, charged with a dangerous mission by Kelley's father, King Auberon.When Kelley finds herself thrown into the Otherworld following a deadly chase in Central Park, her passionate reunion with Sonny is cut short. Ancient magick is stirring, and a dangerous enemy has Sonny and Kelley caught in a web of Faerie deception that could tear their love apart.

This is another one of the books that I screamed for when I got, and yes, it was well worth the scream again. So to start off, I love the cover, its more beautiful than the first. Admit it, you'd go crazy for it too. The story was well written. Hearing both Sonny and Kelley's points of view made you want to cry. So much was happening that made them do stupid things for the other so they could be safe, but really, it was hurting them. At the end, I could understand Kelley's decision, but I still hated her for it. This second chapter of their lives was heartfelt, heartbreaking, dangerous, and adventurous, and I can't wait to see what happens next. x.