I decided to read this book since I found out it was a New York Times bestselling book (no, I do not read every book featured on the New York Times). I decided to give this book a try.
Evie's always thought of herself as a normal teenager, even though she works for the International Paranormal Containment Agency, her ex-boyfriend is a faerie, she's falling for a shape-shifter, and she's the only person who can see through paranormals' glamours. But Evie's about to realize that she may very well be at the center of a dark faerie prophecy promising destruction to all paranormal creatures. So much for normal.
This book trilogy was not that bad, but Evie and the books in general to me felt like a rip of of the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer only this time the heroine was in love with a fairy. It was different as opposed to all the fairy books in which the heroine finds out she's a fairy or the long lost daughter of the King of Fairies. The style of the writing was pretty good, but I'm just going to say this book isn't my cup of tea.