Review: Gossamer in the Darkness by Kristen Ashley

Title: Gossamer in the Darkness

Series: Fantasyland #5.5

Author: Kristen Ashley

Their engagement was set when they were children. Loren Copeland, the rich and handsome Marquess of Remington, would marry Maxine Dawes, the stunning daughter of the Count of Derryman. It’s a power match. The perfect alliance for each house.

However, the Count has been keeping secret a childhood injury that means Maxine can never marry. He’s done this as he searches for a miracle so this marriage can take place. He needs the influence such an alliance would give him, and he’ll stop at nothing to have it.

The time has come. There could be no more excuses. No more delays. The marriage has to happen, or the contract will be broken.

When all seems lost, the Count finds his miracle: There’s a parallel universe where his daughter has a twin. He must find her, bring her to his world and force her to make the Marquess fall in love with her.

And this, he does.

Back in my fave world ever!!!!!!

Maxine and her Mum are spirited to a parallel universe nefariously and have parts to play. She needs to marry Loren as her Dad-not-Dad has her Mum held captive.

But Maxine is not going to take this lying down (so to speak!) and a plot hatches!

The originals are back too and I could’ve cuddled them! My Circe and Lahn!

My stomach was in a knot reading this book! But it’s the Fantasyland goodness I love!

I never want to leave this world, I want KA to write these forever. And ever. Amen.

‘Don’t let me go.’

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