Wicked Lovely
by Melissa Marr
HarperCollins, 2007


“In Wicked Lovely, there are two dimensions to Aislinn’s world. Beyond the normal urban life around her is a beautiful and terrifying aspect that only she sees – a realm in which faeries co-exist with unsuspecting mortals. They are not your average fairy godmothers either. Many are rude and rowdy, ready to make trouble in any form. Aislinn (Ash) bears the burden of the faery sight, inherited from her mother and grandmother, by pretending not to notice them. She follows rules made for the safety of those who have the sight: Rule #1: Don’t ever attract faeries’ attention. Rule #2: Don’t answer invisible faeries. Rule #3: Don’t stare at invisible faeries.”

You can see my full review of Wicked Lovely at BookLoons!

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