Cécile and Tristan have accomplished the impossible, but their greatest challenge remains: defeating the evil they have unleashed upon the world.
As they scramble for a way to protect the people of the Isle and liberate the trolls from their tyrant king, Cécile and Tristan must battle those who’d see them dead. To win, they will risk everything. And everyone.
But it might not be enough. Both Cécile and Tristan have debts, and they will be forced to pay them at a cost far greater than they had ever imagined.
What a fast paced book. With almost the whole book taking place during the same battle everything kept happening one thing after another. Each event pulling me further into the story hoping that Cécile and Tristan prevail and that the world is not destroyed by the lack of thought put into previous actions.
Cécile stood out in this book. Always thinking on what she could do to make it easier for the trolls fighting for the humans. She was constantly on the move coming up with plots and plans each one more dangerous than the last.
Tristan frustrated me through the first half of this book. Those pills that dampened the bond between him and Cécile made him into more of a jerk than he was in book one. Once the bond was back and he was fully in control of his emotions once again he was back to his usual over protectiveness.
I enjoyed the conclusion to the trilogy a lot. The fast paced nature of the book made it hard to put down, keeping me thinking of what could possibly go wrong next. The plot was wrapped up well, breaking my heart in the process before attempting to glue it back together. I give this book a 4.5/5, for the enticing plot, strong characters and for wrapping up to a satisfying, although sad, conclusion. I think a very good lesson can be learned from this story, Don’t make deals with fairies as it come back to haunt you in the worst of ways.