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A Trace of Moonlight by Allison Pang

Saturday, December 1, 2012
A Trace of Moonlight (Abby Sinclair, #3)


Drinking from the waters of lethe and offering herself up as Faerie’s sacrificial Tithe . . . these just might be the least of Abby Sinclair’s problems.

Abby’s pact with a daemon—whether or not she remembers making it—is binding, so she’d better count herself lucky that (in the words of a daemon who knows better) there’s nearly always a loophole. But her friends’ reckless attempts to free her, well intentioned though they may be, set off a disastrous chain of events. In no time at all, Abby turns her incubus lover mortal, then gets herself killed, cursed, and married to an elven prince whose mother wants her dead. On top of everything else, she’s lost the Key to the CrossRoads to her mortal enemy, who promptly uses his restored power to wreak havoc on the OtherWorld and put its very existence in jeopardy. Only one person can make things right again, but to find her, Abby must place her trust in allies of mixed loyalties, and conquer her nightmares once and for all.



Goodreads Summary



If you haven’t read the first two books in this series, I suggest you stop reading and read those first. The book isn’t a standalone, so you’ll get confused REALLY easily. Plus the first two books are amazing! The book starts where the second one ends, Abby Sinclair lost the beloved key to her enemy. There’s still a love triangle between Taliver (who she marries) and Ion, creating an underlying tension the reader will come to enjoy. Abby has lost her memory and both men try to snap her out of it. She, of course, makes decisions that make situations worse (that’s a theme with her now) and those decisions make the plot twist and turn with adventure on every page.

I’m not a fan of love triangles at all. At first, it was okay because almost every YA and romance nowadays need some sort of love drama to keep the book interesting, but it seriously annoys me that she hasn’t made her choice. She even gets caught in the act, feels bad, then goes back to being wishy-washy between the two. Abby really annoyed me in that aspect. Seriously, just choose! *Groans* Otherwise, her character growth is noticeable, which is nice. You’ll get to see the secondary characters grow with her and find out different sides to them. The pacing was nice and fast, you don’t get bored at all. All around I liked the book, it had adventure, love, friendship, fantasy, and a little bit of mystery.

3.5 Stars

*Reviewed by Rachel*


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1 comments:

  1. bn100 said...:

    Good to know it's not standalone