“Pity it should be your wedding finger.” ~20th Queen of Wilde Island
Rosalind, the 21st queen of whom Merlin spoke in his prophecy, is cursed. Her left ring finger is that of a dragon’s claw, and for this she wears gloves her entire life. Until one day a dragon finds beauty in her claw, and takes her away. Rosalind will have to learn to embrace both sides of herself. Both man, and beast.
Too much death.
That’s my only complaint about the book. Too much death. I just felt weighted down and depressed whenever someone died. Once I even cried.
But other than that it’s a really fantastic read. It’s interesting to see how much a person can love someone, and yet what they’ll do to get what they want.
Simple enough review.
Coming soon, a review of Mira, Mirror by Mette Ivie Harrison