Review – Knight (Fae Games #3) by: Karen Lynch

Jesse recovered the missing ke’tain to keep her parents safe, but it came at a high price. In the weeks after her brush with death, she struggles to adapt to her new life, while burdened with the terrible secret she learned about her brother Caleb.

On her first visit to Faerie, Jesse faces new challenges and perils amid the splendor of the Unseelie court. Her relationship with Lukas grows stronger, but her happiness is overshadowed by a threat to both worlds. She might be the only one who can save them if she is willing to risk her own future to do it.

Together with an old friend, Jesse takes on the most dangerous job of her life. She discovers an inner strength she never knew she possessed; one she will need when she confronts her greatest enemy. Secrets are revealed and lives are changed forever. Jesse will make her last play, but will it be enough for her to survive the final showdown of this lethal game?

“Mi’calaech… my fire flower.”
– Queen Pg. 272

A wonderful end to a fantastic series. I truly loved seeing more of Faerie and the lands and was extremely happy that Lukas’s family were all kind and not something out of nightmares like we see with a lot of Fae stories.

I absolutely want a Faolin spin off… maybe based in like 10 years so we can see Jesse and Lukas with 8 babies. I’m kidding… but not really. Faolin has a tough exterior, but under it he is such a good guy. I admire his strength and toughness.

Also…. GUS! That is all.

Overall, I am so happy with how Jesse and Lukas’ story came to an end. Really great series worth a pick up.

– 4 out of 5 splatters –

Published by Jena Freeth

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

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