In Starlight

In Starlight In Starlight the eagerly anticipated sequel to OF STARDUST Their wish was sealed was their fate Young Fairy Godfather Gus Duncan is living his clan s unfortunate family motto Learn to Suffer to a grea

  • Title: In Starlight
  • Author: February Grace
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In Starlight the eagerly anticipated sequel to OF STARDUST Their wish was sealed was their fate Young Fairy Godfather Gus Duncan is living his clan s unfortunate family motto Learn to Suffer to a greater degree than he ever dreamed The woman he loves is withering away beneath the burden of memory, of one perfect night with him she was supposed to forget Facing a reaIn Starlight the eagerly anticipated sequel to OF STARDUST Their wish was sealed was their fate Young Fairy Godfather Gus Duncan is living his clan s unfortunate family motto Learn to Suffer to a greater degree than he ever dreamed The woman he loves is withering away beneath the burden of memory, of one perfect night with him she was supposed to forget Facing a reality he never imagined, he must make the decision of his life shatter the most sacred rule in the fairy code, or lose his beloved Till forever Can true love save her when even magic fails

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    1. First things first: I’ve never been a huge fan of companion novels. Certain experiences in the past have caused me to become jaded. I feel as if I’m reading the exact same story as the original, just from someone else’s point of view. Generally that’s the case, and it’s just not my thing. I usually feel like I got enough of the story the first time around. Unless there’s enough of a contrast from the first book, there’s simply no good reason for me to read the other characters side [...]

    2. I would like to thank Wendy at Booktrope and February Grace for sending me a copy of this in exchange for a fair and honest review.We catch up with Gus and Till after the end of the first book where Gus had his one true wish granted. The book is told from Gus’s point of view which was refreshing as Of Stardust was told from Till’s point of view.Gus is trying desperately to keep his feelings under control as he doesn’t want Till to know what has happened between them. As Till grows more dis [...]

    3. February Grace does it again! I loved In Starlight, the second book after Of Starlight. Told from Gus' point of view, February Grace weaves in her trademark lyrical writing style. I finished this book in one sitting. It is beautiful and lovely and also kept me in anticipation to see if Till and Gus would ever have their happy ever after. No spoilers here, you're going to have to read it to find out.You will be happy that you did.

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