Meghan Chase used to be an ordinary girl..until she discovered that she is really a faery princess. After escaping from the clutches of the deadly Iron fey, Meghan must follow through on her promise to return to the equally dangerous Winter Court with her forbidden love, Prince Ash. But first, Meghan has one request: that they visit Puck--Meghan's best friend and servant o...more
This ended up being a very sweet and heartfelt novella. Ash and Meghan are falling in love and their feelings are get ...more
(half a hour or so later)
...Given that the most interesting thing in it is a cameo of Grandmother Willow from Pocahontas, I dare guess it isn't. ...more
This short story is kind of necessary for the series because it shows in a way how Ash feels and all dread Meghan has to face now + there is something vicious stalking them...and it will be important later in the series.
Basically the synopsis is enough to tell you what is going on, but still... It's worth reading :) I kind of miss Puck by now and i hope he is going to return in all his glory ASAP.
Now,onto the next book :D
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◉ The Iron King ...more
What a TEASE! My impatience for the release of The Iron Daughter just multiplied exponentially! Winter's Passage spins the tale of Meghan and Ash's journey to Tir Na Nog to uphold Ash's vow to the Winter Qu ...more
It was OK, but I have a difficult time rating shorts, since they are just a fill-in of information, not a full story... This seems to be a bridge between books one and two. At the end of the first book Meghan Chase, the half Fae-half-human 16 year old, has agreed to go to the Winter Court's Queen with her son, Prince Ash. But their way there is far from easy and they are chased by monsters throughout. It does include couple of kisses:):):) ...more
The only thing that I didn't like was that the novella was really short as it was and we didn't need half of the time to be spent ...more
"The walls were brick, the lights dim and red, casting everything in crimson, and snarling monster heads hung on the walls over the bar."
You know what sounds even cooler? A dangerous location that doesn't look at all scary. Maybe add some pink and baby blue, a rainbow or two, you know what I mean? A friendly persona. So when people are lured to said atmosphere, a snake (in a not so metaphorical way) bites your head off. Because seriously, who want ...more
5 out of 10
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A bridge between the first and second parts of the series. It begins with Ash taking Meg out of the house and ends with arriving at the Unseelie Court. On the way, the guys will visit Pack, who has forgotten himself in a healing dream in one of the Dryad trees and even barely carry his feet from the terrible pursuer. There will be another kiss, and then the prince will come to his senses and start playing the snow king. Almost all the way, Meggan ...more
This short story records Ash and Meghan's misadventure trying to travel to the Winter Court. They of course encounter resistance and problems in just a few pages, and the story ends with Meghan situat ...more
You know, I'm not romantically invested in this ship, but I kind of like them as characters. ...more
Summer and Winter were not supposed to fall in love.
By reading this, I got little bits and pieces of Ash, that while some of it is being recapped in The Iron Daughter, there are also parts that aren't being mentioned again and I get to log those away in my creepy, obses ...more
This, is there journey...
This was so awesome! Even if it was only a small taste back into this world, it was so worth the read! It was so great to see Ash, Meghan and even Grim again ...more
So yeah not a bad filler but not great either and to think that the scenes in this book were mentioned also in flashback in Iron Daughter. And I was like what the fudge ...more
This was a great novella. Once again, we follow Meghan on a journey. She must go to the Winter Court with A ...more
For such a short volume, K ...more
Very short, but great story. Lots of action, sweet romance and very nice surprises.
If you liked The Iron King, this one is a must-read. Specially if you're going to read The Iron Daughter.
Maybe you're lucky to read the advance copy of The Iron Daughter or maybe you read a review, but surely you already know that Ash and Meghan are not the same as in The Iron ...more
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“That’s weird, considering you’re an ice prin—” I didn’t get any further, as Ash leaned in and kissed me.”