In a world called Asalin, faes are in control of, and rule over witches. A 17-year-old transgender boy named Wyatt Croft is a witch destined to marry the prince of the fae kingdom, Emyr. No longer wanting to be oppressed by his family and the faes, he flees to the human world. When Prince Emyr wants Wyatt to continue the marriage and stop an uprising, Wyatt is hesitant. Wyatt soon becomes tangled in his feelings and desire to stop the revolution. Will Wyatt fall for Emyr? Will they both stop the uprising? Read more to find out!
I think that it’s nice that there is more diversity and acceptance in new books from younger authors. This book contains many dark themes that aren’t really talked about in books. I personally do not like reading books with dark themes, but, this book had a good plot. The characters have relatable personalities, especially Wyatt. His character is not perfect; he makes many mistakes, and acts on impulse. The characters on the cover match their description accurately. The cover stands out with the bright colors and comic-looking art. If you are interested in fantasy, diversity, and LGBT themes, this book is the right fit for you!