By: Melissa Marr
Images cluttered the page, but one tattoo
set her nerves on edge: inky-black eyes
surrounded by wings like shadows coalescing.
Mine. The thought, the need,
the reaction was overpowering.
Leslie looked up. "This one," she said. "I need this one."
But the image is more than just tempting art,
and it draws her into a world of shadows
and desire--into the world of Faerie.
This book was okay. Not the best, not the worst. What I really didn't like about it, was how it would go trough weeks at a time in one sentence. It made for a really confusing story, and at some points I thought about putting the book down because thats how frustrated it made me. But aside from all that, the story was decent and an easy read.