Publisher: St Martin's Press
I didn't enjoy reading this book as much as the first, for me there wasn't enough action spread throughout the whole of the book. The link between the Buttercups on the cover and the actual story were quite vague and confusing. I didn't know until I researched it later but Buttercups represent immaturity, and although the cover is beautiful I think something like a Forget-Me-Not flower would have been more suitable (because it represents true love and would also symbolise Ever's longing for Damen to remember her). I didn't really have a favourite character in this book because for me Ever was a bit too desperate & needy, and Riley wasn't around enough.
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