Blurb: Once upon a time, long, long ago a flower fairy looked up to the sky and dared to fall in love with the Man in the Moon…
Or so goes the tale that Danika weaves for the gathered fae children. Tonight is the night to learn a hidden tale of Kingdom. A story long forgotten, remembered by few. A tale of treachery, of love, betrayal and woe… but there’s more to the story than meets the eye. This isn’t just a tale of Jericho and Calanthe and their doomed Shakespearean romance, for tonight the truth of one beloved Kingdom character will be revealed.
I was unimpressed with this story. I mean, it was nice that Danika kinda sorta got her happy ending but I guess I wanted more for her. Danika is an awesome character and it sucks that she didn’t get what she give others. I wish we could have known more about the suns past. Was she cursed? Does she have a true love also? And we didn’t get a lot of background on the man in the moon’s powers either. It focused more on Danika which may be why I didn’t really feel a connection to him.
This story was more physical than mental, they didn’t really get to know each other. It was mostly chemistry, which I dig, don’t get me wrong but when I’m in the sixth book in the series I am invested in the characters and to not have that extra background was a let down. I’m going to let it go because I love the series though.