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First things first, I am obsessed with all things Arthurian, so I NEEDED to read this. Clearly, obviously.
I did enjoy the first book in this series, I even said it had some supernatural feel to it. I thought that this one would be more of the same.
I love Ali Hazelwood, her books are just SO comforting to me. And I don’t like YA contemporary romances. So when I saw she was coming out with a YA contemporary I was nervous but also excited.
I cannot give this book enough stars. There will never be enough in this universe to tell you how much I loved this book.
I read this a few years ago, and I honestly didn’t remember much about it. When I started rereading it I vaguely remembered some of the characters, but it was mostly a new experience for me.
This book was atmospheric, spooky and lovely all at the same time. It was a delightful read and the combination of the mystery and paranormal aspect were well done.