The Iron King
Julie lures you into the tale of Meghan's story, thinking at first, that all is normal in life, only to find that normal is far from what she is to discover. It is when Meghan's brother Ethan starts to act odd, that her long-time friend Robbie shows up to explain that her brother Ethan has been replaced. By what you might ask. By a changeling. This changeling is an evil little thing and Meghan isn't having it. Luckily, Robbie knows where he might be. It's just that Meghan has to be open to accept the realm that he is located in.
It's called the Never Never. The faery world. Some key rules to know here are to never trust anyone, never take anything from anyone, and never make deals. Another thing she also learns, is that apparently, Robbie was sent to watch her, and here he goes by Puck.
Along their journey, they meet up with many creatures wanting to hurt, injure, or hold them hostage. It's a constant battle to try and get anywhere. It just seems never ending, as it drags on. It's when Meghan gets summoned that she learns the truth about her identity in the Seelie court. With that information, and Meghan being who she is, it's better that she stay put, but she can't find her brother that way. Sneaking out when nobody is looking, she eventually stumbles upon a mysterious court. A court no one seems to know about. The Iron Court. How odd, because the fey can't deal with iron well all. It is there that Ethan lies. But how can she get to him. Because The Iron King can't be killed.
3/5 Stars. 368 Pages. Published by Harlequin. Purchased at Cate's Book Store.