Review – Knight (Fae Games #2) by: Karen Lynch

Jesse risked everything to bring her mother and father home, but her life is far from back to normal. With her parents’ memories of their abduction gone, Jesse is no closer to finding answers, and the threat still looms over her family.

When the Agency announces that a powerful Fae artifact is missing, Jesse suspects it’s connected to her parents’ disappearance. Until the artifact is found, her family will never be safe. This job might be more than she can handle alone, but is she willing to accept help from the people who betrayed her, from the one person she is trying hard to forget?

The only thing Jesse knows for sure is that the game is not over. The rules have changed, there are dangerous new players on the board, and the stakes are higher than ever. She’s always been smart and resourceful, but it might take the goddess herself to save Jesse from what comes next.

“‘Forgive me, mi’calaech. I can’t let you go.'”
– Knight, Pg. 303

What an amazing continuation of what is easily becoming a favorite series of mine. I adore our protagonist, Jesse, so dang much. She is so intelligent, cunning, and has her head on right. Knight continues the story perfectly and was a whirl-wind of adventure.

I love Jesse’s interactions with our Fae fellas even more in this one and was so happy to see more of Faolin and Conlan. Conlan has a special place in my heart and I was so, so happy to see more of a “role” for him in Knight. Then, there is Lukas and Jesse…. man, I am shipping you all so hard. Lukas is everything. He truly is a prince in all sense of the word.

With the world building, I adored getting to see new fae creatures plus we learn even more about the Faerie world. Also, even though the story continues and rounds out perfectly Karen still leaves us with unanswered questions. I want Queen yesterday!! I literally cannot wait to see more of Jesse & Co!!

– 5 out of 5 splatters –

Published by Jena Freeth

30. Boy mom. Book lover. Fitness junkie. Shopaholic.

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