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Summer's Crossing by Julie Kagawa
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Jun 05, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: hot-boys-with-swords, chemistry-101
Read in June, 2011

Review published on Mundie Moms on 6/24/2011*

I loved this story because it provides a perfect pause between the two larger plot-lines in The Iron Queen and The Iron Knight. In Summer's Crossing, our two heroes get sidetracked by a small favor which is called in by a certain person neither one can refuse. The mini-quest they go on is full of action and witty conversations but most of all, it's filled with insights into Ash's and Puck's long-standing friendship. And with the two of them, the threat of betrayal is always strong, leaving the reader unsure of what will happen next.

My only complaint is that I wanted more. I wanted to see more of them together fighting each other as well as their enemies. The good news is that The Iron Knight will be released in a mere four months (October 25th) so my wait won't be too long. If you haven't downloaded it (for free!) from Harlequin Teen be sure to do so quickly. Our hot, sweltering weather makes this a perfect time to read about a Winter prince's adventure in the Summer Court.
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