Intense and electric, this is the ultimate tale of forbidden love. Emrys, a spirited and charismatic Faery Guard of the British monarchy, is sent to London to guard Richard, the bad-boy prince of England, from assassins and paparazzi. Despite her status as a guard of the royals, Emrys struggles with her feelings as she tries to not fall in love with the charming prince. This time is necessary for searching and sorting links. One button - 15 links for downloading the book "All That Glows" in all e-book formats! May need free signup required to download or reading online book.
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Emrys, the Faery guard to the British royal family, sacrificed her powers to be with King Richard, choosing love over immortality. Or stay powerless as the kingdom goes down in flames? I promise you all. Someone on Twitter skimmed through the book and saw a particular scene and was immediately convinced that there was a love triangle in the book - which promptly irritated many people, including me. Of course, I was still going to read the book, but many people decided not to, after seeing the tweet.
But anyway. More on that later. In this sequel novel to All That Glows, we follow Emrys and her journey as a once-fae mortal. She will marry Richard soon, the love of her life and King.
Except that something is wrong. An ancient evil is released from the secret fae labyrinth prison, and Titania does not want Emrys involved.
But then Richard is captured right in front of Emrys, and all of London is up in arms. Emrys is now a fugitive, with Princess Annabelle, and an Ad-hen immortal prison guard of the secret labyrinth prison. But Emrys will do anything to get Richard, even in everyone believes that she is the one who did him away. Right from the beginning, we can see several conflicts. But she loves Richard.
Only Annabelle really seems accepting. Personally, I think the fact that this internal struggle was so strong and encompassing was a really well-done and necessary part of this book. Some might have found it a bit much, but I loved how Graudin made this a primary issue. Something that authors like to do in sequels is shake up the relationship between the male and female protagonists - the couple. Most of the time, this is done via love triangle. Richard is a king, and has to be in Parliament for most hours of the day.
This makes sense to me. I also liked how they for the most part talked about things, eventually. In terms of the romance It might SEEM like there is a love triangle in this book. Guys, that should be a tip-off, right there. YES, it does seem like a love triangle in this book. I hate love triangles. I would never lead you astray! In terms of the story, I was pretty engrossed, which is a good sign. Graudin definitely took what seemed like a forced plot idea and made it into a great story for the sequel.
I thought the whole all-of-a-sudden-a-prisoner-has-escaped was so coincidental and a way to force a plot, but Graudin tied everything together and made sure that things made sense. There is a historical part to this book that the author uses a lot, and I liked this.
I like the ending a lot! She gets silly ideas into her head and they bother her and honestly, I understand, but some things are silly. Also, I thought this was a historical fantasy novel - emphasis on historical?
The media is a HUGE part of this book - I mean like, paparazzi and lights camera action kind of thing. Meanwhile, you have kings and queens and carriages and swords.
Rating: 4 stars. I liked this book!
Review: All That Glows by Ryan Graudin
Start your review of All That Glows All That Glows, 1 Write a review Shelves: why-do-i-hate-myself , romance , ya , mythology , magic , tstl , siblings , nobility , fantasy , mary-sue Even though I knew there were assassins on the loose, Id let myself get caught up in Richard, in these I ignored my duties, skipped protocol. Richard almost ended up dead for it. This is, more or less, Prince Harry fanfiction. I mean heart.
All That Glows by Ryan Graudin
Emrys, the Faery guard to the British royal family, sacrificed her powers to be with King Richard, choosing love over immortality. Or stay powerless as the kingdom goes down in flames? I promise you all. Someone on Twitter skimmed through the book and saw a particular scene and was immediately convinced that there was a love triangle in the book - which promptly irritated many people, including me.
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Contact Contact Us Help. Suddenly I feel selfish. Wrapping up the ending with all your ducks in a row? That it graufin all for Richard? This review can also be found at my blog, There were books involved Richard is NOT just a love interest — he is an important protagonist in this story. Really, this book is a romance and not a swoony onethat tries to add a little intrigue and tension by having Richard be the target of a very vague but apparently very threatening evil Faery. Richard has her pinned to the ground, his face a war zll.
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In this chaos of dark magic, palace murders and paparazzi, Emrys finds herself facing an impossible choice. For despite all her powers, Emrys has discovered a force that burns brighter than magic: love. My Review What enticed me to read All That Glows is its beautiful cover and that it is a book about fairies. This is a story about fairies and other things that go bump in the night that takes place in contemporary England.