This last installment in the Folk of the Air trilogy was a very enjoyable read! Jude is cast out of Faerie by her husband, Cardan but has to return when her sister, Taryn gets into some trouble and needs Jude’s help.
I was a little surprise at the shortness and the sparseness of the last installment of the trilogy. I also was a little surprised that the ending wasn’t more epic than it was. That being said, I enjoyed watching her arch resolve meaningfully and that the ending was a happy ending (although, maybe too happy for this style of book?).
But I loved Cardan’s and Judes development and the descriptions as always were spot on and I enjoyed this world that Holly Black created. There is an intimate scene in this book. I’ve had a little bit of a problem with her writing style, especially in the first book, but I feel like the second and third books really smoothed out and became more intriguing. Either that or I just got used to it! Haha!
Overall this whole trilogy was a fun read! I totally recommend it if you are into uncompromising protagonists, enemy to lovers romance, and dark fae fantasy!