Juliette has been isolated for 264 days without touching anyone. When she accidentally killed someone with her touch, The Reestablishment imprisoned her for murder. Juliette’s touch is deadly, but no one knows why. While the world is falling apart with diseases and a lack of resources, The Reestablishment claims to be the only solution, but their methods are questionable. With so many people dying, they are now considering Juliette as a potential weapon or a warrior to aid them. Juliette must decide whether to use her lethal touch as a weapon or to fight against The Reestablishment as a warrior.
In this enthralling tale of love, adventure, and danger, Feyre, a skilled huntress, is captured by Tamlin, an immortal faerie seeking retribution for a wolf she killed. As Feyre falls for Tamlin, she discovers that an ancient evil threatens the faerie lands, and she must find a way to stop it before it’s too late. With a captivating world of mythical beasts and faerie magic, Feyre navigates a treacherous realm of lies and betrayal to save Tamlin’s world from certain destruction.
Feyre has come back to the Spring Court with a clear objective: to investigate Tamlin’s actions and gather information about the invading king who is threatening their land. However, in order to do so, she must engage in a dangerous game of deception, where even the slightest mistake could mean disastrous consequences for her and everyone she loves. As war looms ahead, Feyre must balance her political and magical duties while also trying to earn the respect of the High Fae. She is torn between her affection for her court and family and her newfound love for Rhysand. Together, they must navigate a complex web of High Lords, deciding whom to trust and seeking help from unlikely sources.
Feyre has endured numerous trials that have left her with emotional wounds. Despite being granted the powers and lifespan of the High Fae, she is haunted by the things she had to do to save Tamlin and his people while she was Under the Mountain. Feyre’s upcoming marriage to Tamlin only amplifies her nightmares and feelings of emptiness. She finds herself divided between two different worlds, one where she honors her deal with Rhysand, High Lord of the Night Court, and one where she lives in the Spring Court with Tamlin. Feyre must navigate a complex web of politics and passion, while also facing a looming threat of greater evil. She may hold the key to stopping it, but first, she must come to terms with her own inner demons and decide how she wishes to shape her future and that of a world in chaos.