Do you enjoy darkness more than light

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Wicked - A love between light and dark

I fell in love with the author Jennifer L. Armentrout through the Obsidian series, her books are easy to read, you fall in love with the protagonists and the fantasy elements are well thought out and implemented. As expected, I also really liked the author's style with 'Wicked'. The verbal battles were funny, but most of all they were very erotic. It's going to be hot, adventurous and magical. Ivy, the main protagonist, is tough and not on the lips, which I always like. The story is told from her point of view and I would love to walk the streets of New Orleans by her side. Parallel to our world there is another world where Fae and other magical beings live. These fae come through portals that are distributed throughout our world. They influence people, feed on them by gradually sucking them out and killing them shut. They keep people like cattle and also want to rule our world. The people who have no idea of ​​the existence of the Fae are protected by the order. Ivy is a member of this order and does not spend her evenings after university like a normal student at parties, but hunting and killing fae. But it would be boring if there wasn't a hot guy too. Ren is mysterious and sexy. Ivy was instantly drawn to his green eyes. He has secrets, but the two are constantly getting closer. Jennifer L. Armentrout takes the reader into the realm of Fae and that, as usual, refreshing, lively and with a lot of humor and a great pinch of sexyness. I found a few names a bit silly, such as "Brownies" for a little fairy, and "Otherworld" I don't think so well chosen. But I think that's because of the translation and you can overlook it because the story is really good. It is constantly exciting and new questions are always raised. I enjoyed myself, suffered and shared in excitement. In short, I was totally in it and I'm really looking forward to Volume 2. Conclusion: a Romantasy story paired with seductive hot scenes. If you like action-packed scenes, intrigues and nasty magical beings, but also a crackling love story, you shouldn't avoid this book. you fall in love with the protagonists and the fantasy elements are well thought out and implemented. As expected, I also really liked the author's style with 'Wicked'. The verbal battles were funny, but most of all they were very erotic. It's going to be hot, adventurous and magical. Ivy, the main protagonist, is tough and not on the lips, which I always like. The story is told from her point of view and I would love to walk the streets of New Orleans by her side. Parallel to our world there is another world where Fae and other magical beings live. These fae come through portals that are distributed throughout our world. They influence people, feed on them by gradually sucking them out and killing them shut. They keep people like cattle and also want to rule our world. The people who have no idea of ​​the existence of the Fae are protected by the order. Ivy is a member of this order and does not spend her evenings after university like a normal student at parties, but hunting and killing fae. But it would be boring if there wasn't a hot guy too. Ren is mysterious and sexy. Ivy was instantly drawn to his green eyes. He has secrets, but the two are constantly getting closer. Jennifer L. Armentrout takes the reader into the realm of Fae and that, as usual, refreshing, lively and with a lot of humor and a great pinch of sexyness. I found a few names a bit silly, such as "Brownies" for a little fairy, and "Otherworld" I don't think so well chosen. But I think that's because of the translation and you can overlook it because the story is really good. It is constantly exciting and new questions are always raised. I enjoyed myself, suffered and shared in excitement. In short, I was totally in it and am really looking forward to volume 2. Conclusion: a Romantasy story paired with seductive hot scenes. If you like action-packed scenes, intrigues and nasty magical beings, but also a sizzling love story, you shouldn't avoid this book here.