No one has been murdered in the Cirque des Immortels since the clash between the otherworldly Courts and the death of Oberos at Lilith’s flaming hands. Vivienne is settling comfortably into her new life under the big top, with its late-night debaucheries, faerie secrets, and magical cast. She is now a fortune-teller, rather than a cotton candy seller, and has a magical boyfriend, Kingston, whose fierce charm has stolen her heart.
But her own half-remembered past holds secrets of its own, and her disturbing visions compel her to accept that she can’t outrun the mysteries of her previous life—even though not being able to remember may well be a blessing in disguise. Especially when the blood is on her hands.
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*review originally posted on A Bibliophile's Reverie* This book follows as Vivienne is beginning to understand her powers and what is exactly going on in the circus. There are a lot of surprises that I won’t spoil, but believe me when I say it will make your head spin. Vivienne’s past begins to clear up and we get to see how this strengthen or weakens her relationship with Mab and with Kingston. I wanted to learn more about the Fairy King in this story but unfortunately it mainly focused on Vivienne. It also moved a little slowly for me and didn’t feel as organized as the first one. I give this book a 4/5 as it was very entertaining, but there was some room for strengthening the plot.