The Song of the Faerie Prince
by Tay LaRoi.
Six Word Summary: QUILTBAG* representation + fairies = an amazing read!
Blurb: Sixteen-year-old Gia Johnson is comfortable in the background, but when dark magic looms over her town, her beautiful voice will put her in a spotlight she never imagined: the Seelie Court. To get out alive and save her childhood friend, she’ll have to trust Oliver O’Brian, a trans classmate and a Prince of Faerie, especially when an ancient evil rears its ugly head from the depths of Lake Michigan. All the while, Gia finds herself drawn to Oliver, but what does that mean if she’s always liked girls?
Length: 222 pages.
Read as an: eBook.
My Thoughts: I really liked this book. I liked this book so much that I finished the 210 pages within a day and a half, despite working both days. I found myself just smiling and enjoying pretty much every moment of the book. Continue reading “The Song of the Faerie Prince by Tay LaRoi”