A Court of Mist and Fury Review

A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J Maas

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Series: A Court of Thorns and Roses #2

Genre: Fantasy Romance

Heat Rating: 🔥🔥🔥

This review is going to contain spoilers – so if you haven’t read the series yet, please look at my GoodReads reviews (no spoilers).

Feyre has defeated the evil general Amarantha in the previous book in the series A Court of Thorn and Roses and she’s free now. Free to go live her life with her love, Tamlin. Tamlin who Feyre fell in love with in ACOTAR. The same Tamlin who doesn’t want anything to happen to Feyre and will protect her at all costs.

Feyre wants to know what is happening with the fallout after Amarantha. She wants to help Tamlin and go with him to his meetings and ventures. But Tamlin’s love for Feyre has put limitations on what he allows her to do or try to do.

I didn’t think I would love A Court of Mist and Fury (ACOMAF) as much as I loved ACOTAR and I do! Every character in this book was there for a purpose, for a reason and I loved learning about all of them. From Azriel and Amren to getting to see more of Rhysand (swoooooooon).

Immediately from ACOTAR I loved Rhysand’s character. The way he didn’t seem to give a shit about what anyone thought about him. Okay, yes he was a bit of an asshole – but I still really liked him. Especially the way he flirted with Feyre. But in ACOMAF – gosh I loved him so damn much. I loved the way he cared so deeply about Feyre, but wanted her to shine on her own. He wants her to find her balance, her strength without getting in the way of that. And that is seriously so damn sexy.

ACOMAF has the slowest of slow burns and it paid off completely by the end of the book. I am still left reeling after reading it and keep on going back to read the bits and pieces of the book that I highlighted. Those few chapters that everyone keeps on talking about – they are the absolute best! They were sweet and sexy and just the perfect way to show how much Rhysand and Feyre belong to one another.

ACOMAF is definitely going into one of my favorite reads of this year! Looking forward to reading the rest of the series!

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