Iron Crowned (Dark Swan #3)
by Richelle Mead
If your looking for a book that is not the norm this is the book for you. This Book is fast paced,. Packed with twist that just will not let you put the book down. The Characters are from perfect and you may question them from time to time. I wasn’t thrilled with the back and forth love triangle and the book will pull at your emotions. It will make you angry in a few spots. In this book a war that is basically caused by her, Eugenie is feel the losses of her people. She tries to find a way to end the war without more loss. With her offended honor from the last book, her lover King Dorian tries to avenge her. Eugenie can not look to him for help she sets out to tense journey to her ex for help. But not only Eugenie is in search of the fabled Iron Crown, but her father as well. When everyone seems to have their own agendas, can she resolve this problem and still come out of it alive? The ending is a surprise and one I never seen coming. If you don’t mind a cliffhanger. The after-shock of the characters actions will make an interesting outcome in the next book. By far this is the best book of the series. Although I would have liked to see a little more of Volusian. ;))
MY RATING: 4 STARS!!
New York Times bestselling author Richelle Mead takes readers back to the Otherworld, an embattled realm mystically entwined with our world--and ruled by one woman's dangerous choice. . .
Shaman-for-hire Eugenie Markham is the best at banishing entities trespassing in the mortal realm. But as the Thorn Land's queen, she's fast running out of ways to end the brutal war devastating her kingdom. Her only hope: the Iron Crown, a legendary object even the most powerful gentry fear. . .
Who Eugenie can trust is the hardest part. Fairy king Dorian has his own agenda for aiding her search. And Kiyo, her shape-shifter ex-boyfriend, has every reason to betray her along the way. To control the Crown's ever-consuming powers, Eugenie will have to confront an unimaginable temptation--one that will put her soul and the fate of two worlds in mortal peril. . .