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I’d have been a lot more appreciative if he hadn’t pushed me first." Cassandra Palmer ― Hunt the Moon by Karen Chance

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Thorn Queen by Richelle Mead

Thorn Queen (Dark Swan, #2) Thorn Queen by Richelle Mead








My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Synopsis:
Eugenie Markham is a shaman for hire, paid to bind and banish creatures from the Otherworld. But after her last battle, she’s also become queen of the Thorn Land. It’s hardly an envious life, not with her kingdom in tatters, her love life in chaos, and Eugenie eager to avoid the prophecy about her firstborn destroying mankind. And now young girls are disappearing from the Otherworld, and no one—except Eugenie—seems willing to find out why.

Eugenie has spilled plenty of fey blood in her time, but this enemy is shrewd, subtle, and nursing a very personal grudge. And the men in her life aren't making things any easier. Her boyfriend, Kiyo, is preoccupied with his pregnant ex, and sexy fey king Dorian always poses a dangerous distraction. With or without their help, Eugenie must venture deep into the Otherworld and trust in an unpredictable power she can barely control. Reluctant queen or not, Eugenie has sworn to do her duty—even if it means facing the darkest—and deadliest—side of her nature…


My thoughts:
Thorn Queen is a great second part in the Dark Swan series.
I loved Storm Born and hated that I had to wait a full year to read the next book. But since Mead has 3 amazing series, we get 3 doses of her each year! It's great.
Thorn queen met and went above any exceptions I had. I love the characters and the drama. I liked Eugenie's point of view. She's straightforward, interesting and easy to get attached to even if it's not exactly our type of world she lives in. She has some what of a hard time in her new world because she grew up in our world and is mostly used to just that. Of course the change is hard on her.
Both Kiyo and Dorian are still part of her life and she has some obstacles as queen and for her love life to over come. I'm really liking Dorian this time around. He's my new favorite. I can't wait to see where things go in the next book.
She also starts to grow more confident and sure of herself. This series has great plots and leaves me wanting more. I really enjoyed this book! I recommend this series. You'll always have a good book if it's by Richelle Mead.


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