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Torn between duty and survival, nothing can be the same. Everything Ivy Morgan thought she knew has been turned on its head. After being betrayed and then nearly killed by the Prince of the Fae, she’s left bruised and devastated—and with an earth-shattering secret that she must keep at all costs. And if the Order finds out her secret, they’ll kill her. Then there’s Ren OweTorn between duty and survival, nothing can be the same. Everything Ivy Morgan thought she knew has been turned on its head. After being betrayed and then nearly killed by the Prince of the Fae, she’s left bruised and devastated—and with an earth-shattering secret that she must keep at all costs. And if the Order finds out her secret, they’ll kill her. Then there’s Ren Owens, the sexy, tattooed Elite member of the Order who has been sharing Ivy’s bed and claiming her heart. Their chemistry is smoking hot, but Ivy knows that Ren has always valued his duty to the Order above all else—he could never touch her if he knew the truth. That is, if he let her live at all. Yet how can she live with herself if she lies to him? But as the Fae Prince begins to close in, intent on permanently opening the gates to the Otherworld, Ivy is running out of options. If she doesn’t figure out who she can trust—and fast—it’s not only her heart that will be torn apart, but civilization itself....

Title : Torn
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ISBN : 9780986447990
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Number of Pages : 360 Pages
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Torn Reviews

  • Holland
    2019-03-09 12:18

    I don't know who had the audacity to rate this book one star as soon as the author put up the link for it, but I went ahead and gave it a five star because Mrs. JLA... Enough said.

  • Cierra
    2019-02-26 10:27

  • Laura
    2019-03-04 05:24

    |1.7 so annoyed stars|Oh dear Lady… am I biased?I’m so unsure about what I should think. When I started this book I was hyperconscious of the last book I read by Jennifer and how that turned out to be – a true disappointment. So I didn’t want to go ahead and tear this book apart while reading it; and what do you know… I didn’t like it.I don’t know if this is me realizing how similar all her books are and how unable I was to set apart her narratives. Like, Ivy’s voice is so similar to Kat’s from her Lux series and to Alex’s from her Covenant series; and that’s a problem –I don’t know if it’s because that’s the way she writes her paranormal/fantasy stuff but it bothered me this time.Ivy was so annoying and immature and, for the love of me, so your typical badass wannabe. I liked her in the first book –or at least I think I liked her but this was just ridiculous. I get it, girl, you’re the halfing and you’re everything you’ve been fighting against to your whole life and the guy you love was sent to hunt you and put you down but would it kill you to be a bit smarter about it? Torn was so cheesy and cliché and something I’ve already read a hundred times before. The plot was so meh and you could see those twists coming from a mile. I didn’t have any sympathy for the MC’s.I didn’t like Ren and I found myself wanting to read more about the rest of the characters rather than having these two MC’s being dramatic, and just when shit started to get better and there was so heavy building and you could taste it, this action packed moment… the love interest appears to save the day. Yay.You know what I want to read about?I want to read about the courts and how these “good fae” changed bands and how they kept hidden and I liked the whole fantasy structure but Ivy messed things up for me. I was constantly skipping through the pages because it was so predictable. I swear, I could tell how this book was going to end and who were the goods and bad guys and that annoyed me.I don’t want to bash on this book nor do I want to say this book is a complete crap but I can’t sugarcoat how I feel about this book and Jennifer. I think she either improves her storytelling or stops recycling her characters, plot, etc. or she will, sadly, fade in time and become mediocre; and that’d be a shame because for years I’ve loved Jennifer and her books but now everything is so weird and sad between us.

  • Rachel Reads Ravenously
    2019-03-17 09:26

    4.5 stars!!There will be slight spoilers from the previous book in this review. If you don't want Wicked spoilers STOP READING NOW!!! Okay? Okay. Ivy Morgan is a member of The Order, a group with a mission to go out and kill Fae living in the human world. At the end of the previous book she was almost killed by the Fae Prince, until he discovered she is the halfling he has been looking for. This secret throws Ivy and she has no idea who to trust with this information. Because the Prince needs Ivy to create an apocalypse baby, and The Order wants the halfling dead. Should Ivy tell her boyfriend, Ren, the man she loves? Or keep it a secret and run?Recently some of the stuff JLA has put out has been quite the miss for me, and I love her books. So I was a bit scared going into this book that I wouldn't like it, but I needn't have worried. Reading this book was like coming home. I ADORED this book, so so much. Even more than the first book. It was also easy to read this book despite reading Wicked two years ago.Ivy's struggles with who she was and what that meant pulled at my heart, I felt for the girl so much. She was basically put in an impossible situation and I couldn't even figure out what she should do. The Prince was creepy AF, and honestly gave me the shivers (of ick).But my favorite part? TINK. That fairy man makes the book. I want him to have his own book, I think it could easily be done. This book was equal parts suspenseful, angsty, sweet and awesome. I only hope that the next book really does release in summer of 2017.

  • Kassidy
    2019-02-28 09:16

    It was great seeing Ivy and Ren again and learning more about the fae. I didn't love this one as much as the first book. The beginning and middle were a little slow, but the ending was crazy and left me so excited for the next book, Brave.

  • Ashwood, 불
    2019-03-04 11:05

    This book was a fun, awesome and semi intense read but kinda fell a little short of the first book. It was still good but in certain parts it felt like it dragged for years😩Predictable to the point of me being about to know half of the events before they happened.. so yea not my favorite JLA book I've read but still semi enjoyable to read, just wasn't amazing like all her other work. It did have a bit more character building and back stories to all the ppl involved so that was a plus! Tink is by far my favorite in these books! His witty/snarky, caring/not caring (mainly to Ren and everyone else besides Ivy and Dixon) mischievous, super smart mind, and his overall badassery when it's least expect makes him my favorite character to read about 🖤Ivy and Ren were cute and kickass as ever but certain parts of their relationship drama seemed forced and really unnecessary. It got resolved in the end but when it wasn't resolved between those to it was boring, predictable and I wanted to shove both of them in a hat and drop kick them off of the closest and highest building possible because really needed to get a brain😑 As for the awesome cute moments they were worth it when I did get to them so I guess that was a plus. So for the character that was just evil, annoying and needs to go back to the Otherworld, preferably in a pine box, is Prince Drake. That dude was conniving, ruthless, pretty sure he doesn't possess a heart and has a mind of a cool and collected psychopath. Yea, not feeling any warm and fuzzies for the guy. So I'm excited...a bit for the 3rd book, Brave, but not exactly waiting at the edge of my seat for it.

  • Siobhan Davis
    2019-03-03 10:29

    So, I'm a bit torn over this book (pun intended) because although I did enjoy it (it's JLA, so come on like) and there were loads of things I loved about it (Ren and Tink anyone?) there were a few niggly issues which stopped me engaging in my usual gush-fest; things that prevented me from rating this a five-star read. But I'll start with the good stuff. I loved how Ivy behaved in this book. She gets on with things, refusing to be seen as altered or injured or weak, and she never indulges in self-pity. She wants to take control and deal with things head-on. Rock-on Ivy.Ren is still a hot, sexy, sweet guy and I totally ship him with Ivy. Yes, he lost his way a little but I forgave him because he recovered spectacularly. I enjoyed the romantic scenes between our couple even if they were a bit scant overall.TINK!!! Omg, I loved Tink in Wicked but he's even better in this. And that revelation - ha, ha! Genius. The scene where he is "outed" is hysterically funny and I was chuckling away to myself.The latter scenes involving the Prince were awesome. Creepy, a bit debauched and depraved, but awesome all the same. And I want to help Ivy string that Breena (Breana??) one up.What I love the most about this book - and this is classic JLA - is the witty banter between Ivy and Ren, Ivy and Tink, and Tink and Ren. Plenty of laugh-out-loud moments.The writing is superb as usual, the characters are well developed, and the world building was decent.Probably the biggest issue I had was with the actual storyline. It was too predictable and there wasn't enough happening to drive the plot forward. Certain aspects of the story lacked depth, in my opinion, and I wonder how well they would hold up to more detailed scrutiny. I could be specific but I don't want to give away any spoilers so I'll say no more. I also felt the pacing was off which I was most surprised at because Jennifer's books are almost always perfectly paced with a mix of action and romance that flows consistently. I actually struggled to get into the first twenty percent of this book and I was starting to get bored. Thankfully, it picked up after that and it became a non-issue thereafter. Overall, Torn was still a good read - it just didn't blow my mind in the way most of Jen's books do. But I'm still very invested in this series because I love Ivy, Ren, and Tink, and I want to find out how the story concludes. If you enjoyed Wicked, and you are a fan of Jennifer's, then you'll most likely enjoy it. Actual rating: 3.5 StarsThis review will appear on my blog in due course: http://myyanabookobsession.comThanks to Jennifer and her publicist, Kelly Simmon, for providing an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review.

  • Jen ♥Star-Crossed Book Blog♥
    2019-03-07 09:17

    ***Spoilers for Wicked. If you haven't read Wicked yet, you can read my review here***“I don’t want to die.”Torn was an emotional ride that was filled with uncertainty and characters I absolutely loved! It was everything I was hoping the second book would be and much, much more! I was left on such a high and I truly can't wait for the release of the next book to see what happens with characters who have easily become favorites for me. Each and every one of them has embedded themselves in my heart. Ivy is someone who makes me want to be her best friend, Ren makes me want to steal him so he could do wicked things to me and I'd love to carry Tink around in my purse all day so I could hear all of his crazy antics. And I can't wait to see where their journey is going to go from here!The hate building inside me burned brighter than a thousand suns, but even with that rage, I always, always felt cold. With each passing day, it was like I was filling up on the inside with ice and shadows. The only time I didn’t feel this way was when I slept. I felt nothing then.The horror, uncertainty and utter shock that Ivy felt upon learning that she was the halfling crippled me. I knew that she made the most sense in the back of my mind, but I was truly hoping that Val would be the halfling. Even if that wasn't very logical. I just couldn't believe that after she finally opened herself up to friendship and possibly love with Ren, that she was slapped right in the face. Because the man she had fallen for had been sent there to kill her. I should’ve never gotten close to him.While Ivy vacillated in telling Ren the truth about what she was, I completely understood her internal struggle. If she told him the truth, what would he do?Turn her in, be the one to kill her or would he just leave since history was repeating itself? It was such a hard decision, and while I started to struggle with her keeping secrets and the truth from Ren, that issue quickly disappeared in my eyes. Why? Because Torn took a dive into a dangerous, twisted area that quickly had me rooting for Ivy and being her biggest fan.“You can fight this all you want, but I know the game and the rules,” he said , and my stomach roiled as his icy breath coasted over my cheek. “I know how this ends, little bird. And trust me, you will be consenting sooner than you realize.” - The PrinceSpeaking of twisted, can I say how much I hate the Prince? Well, hmm, actually that's not entirely true. *hides face while I make this confession* Yes he's creepy and wants to impregnate Ivy so the gates from the Otherworld remain open so he can take over the mortal world. But at times I found him amusing. And I truly don't know what that says about me at all because the prince was sick and twisted.You see, he had this weird sense of humor and would say and do things that made him appear in a different light. I know that it's probably because he's a psychopath and I know without a shadow of doubt not to trust him but his personality had these blue moon moments. In those moments he was entertaining. But then he would do stuff that quickly had him nose diving into the oh-I-hope-you-die category. I loved that the Prince was a complex character that made me second guess my hatred for him but then had me spiralling back into the rallying behind his death. On a side note, I hope Breena dies too!!! I know you'll agree with me!As I exited the bedroom, I hit the switch and turned on the fan, grinning when he shrieked. “That was screwed up!” he shouted as he was flung across the room. (Tink & Ivy)Thank goodness Ivy had Tink in her life though, because he was a constant. No matter how ridiculous he could be. And trust me, he definitely strays from the bounds of being normal lol. But I loved that Ivy had a male best friend who was from the Otherworld.There's so, so, so much I want to say about Tink. But I can't because of huge spoilers. But just know that while I guessed for one thing to be true, the other one I wasn't even close. At all. Let's just say that I stared at the page open-mouthed while trying not to gasp. Or maybe laugh. I can't tell you which. Yeah. I desperately need someone to talk to about that!! But besides loving Tink interacting with Ivy, I freaking adored Tink and Ren's interactions because those moments were always explosive, hilarious and over the top.My fingers curled around the top of my dress as I stared blankly at the tile floor. I didn’t know who I was anymore. My breath caught in my chest.How did I not talk about Ren yet?! After reading Wicked and now Torn, I truly believe that wicked is the perfect word for describing Ren. He is constantly exploding sexuality and I just wanted to crawl into the book and steal him for myself.His looks, his touches, his words everything he does seduces me, um I mean Ivy. And while my heart did break for him as the story unfolded, he proved himself to be the badass sexy fighter that I have easily come to love.I’m gonna kill her. My hands trembled as I let the bra slip to the floor. I’m gonna kill her. I kept repeating those words as I slipped off my undies.So now I patiently wait for the next book. The ending of Torn is much, much easier to handle then Wicked, who's ending left me feeling like my heart had been ripped out of my chest. Although I do love that feeling, since I'm glutton for feeling deep emotions in a book. But I can't wait to read more about my favorite characters! Come on 2017!!*Quotes were taken from ARC**ARC kindly provided by Jennifer L. Armentrout via Inkslinger PR in exchange for an honest review*For more of my reviews, please visit:

  • BookOwl BookOwl
    2019-02-27 03:59

    Couple days later and I'm still not over how totally disappointed this book left me. The first problem was the language of the characters, immature. I felt as if I was reading about a slightly older version of Alex from Half-Blood. The setting did nothing for me and it took me forever to get through half of this book.To be honest, it wasn't interesting in the least. There isn't a single part that I can say captivated me, not a single character that intrigued me, nothing.Can't believe I'm saying this, but it was just boring. What's worse is how long I had to wait for this book and now, I almost wish I hadn't read it. I'm crushed right now. J. L. Armentrout is one of my favourite authors.... This has to be the least favourite of her novels for me.

  • Candace Robinson
    2019-03-09 11:13

    I really liked this sequel. I liked seeing how strong Ivy was and even with everything that happened with her while maybe a little more damaged she is not destroyed. Tink is like my favorite character so freaking hilarious. I got a little annoyed at Ren, but he fixed it! The Prince was an excellent villain. Although the pacing at the beginning was a little slow the rest made up for it. My one complaint is I felt like there was too much name dropping going on. I can't wait for book 3! Full review on my blog

  • Monique V
    2019-03-18 09:28

    4.5 I loved this book!! buy not as much as the first one. I like that this was more complex and we got to see the creepy prince in action but I feel like this book was too small. I WANT MORE TINK IN MY LIFE!! This is probably one if the only series that makes me laugh uncontrollably even when stuff is going to hell. JLA just does her humor so well!I NEED THE NEXT BOOK!!

  • lena
    2019-03-10 07:14


  • Sinead
    2019-02-26 08:21

    Reading a JLA book is a lot like coming home. Whenever I read a new book of hers and get sucked into the world with such great characters, engaging plot and wonderful world building, I’m reminded why she’s my favourite author. This book was like breathing a breath of fresh air. It takes off directly after Wicked – and I mean DIRECTLY, it’s almost like reading the next chapter of that book than the start of a new one – and Ivy has discovered that she’s not human, she’s a Halfling – half faerie, half human. And that she’s part of an evil prince’s plan to create an “apocalypse baby” to open the gates to the Faery world permanently. I literally flew through this book. It gripped me by its talons and wouldn’t let go until I’d finished it. I loved reading about Ivy again, as she’s such a funny and independent protagonist. And she’s my age as this is NA, so she was that much more relatable and mature compared to the usual seventeen year olds of YA books. I loved how stubborn she was and how she tried to be strong no matter what.And Ren and Tink were so funny. Tink in particular is impossible not to love; I laughed or was constantly smiling every time he appeared. Ren is so delicious, and so completely in love with Ivy. The two of them together just made me melt. We get quite a few sexy scenes with him and Ivy but we also got so many moments where they simply clicked, and showed us why they’re so good together.We also get a proper introduction to the Prince of the faeries, and his plan to get Ivy pregnant with his child that will permanently open the gates back to his world. I have a slight love of those evil bad boys and when I discovered he had to “woo” Ivy as he can’t impregnate her without her permission, I was so excited to see his interactions with Ivy. And, needless to say, I loved them. I can’t say too much about them for spoiler reasons, but if you have a bad boy fetish like me, you’ll love them ;) There were a few small issues, however: I felt that some aspects of the plot were quite predictable (which also happened in Wicked). I also didn’t like that the story picked up right after the ending of Wicked without any explanation as to what really happened in the first book, and no reminders about certain characters or places. As Wicked came out over a year and a half ago and I didn’t have time to re-read it, it was a little confusing at first.Overall, this story was a great addition to this series, and I can’t wait for the final in this trilogy to find out what happens to these characters.*Thanks to Jennifer and her publicist, Kelly Simmon, for providing an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.*

  • Amy
    2019-03-09 10:14

    I'm in such a terrible yet delicious book hangover from Wicked. I need Torn now!!

  • Beatrice (beatriceinbookland)
    2019-03-02 05:07

    Per anni, Jennifer Armentrout è stata una delle mie autrici preferite.Ma dopo aver letto quasi tutti i suoi libri, sto cominciando a scocciarmi. Sono tutti uguali.Le protagoniste hanno tutte le stesse personalità.Le coppie hanno sviluppi generali diversi, ma se ci fate caso quasi tutte attraversano le stesse fasi.La Armentrout ha fatto soldi grazie al suo stile di scrittura, che è ironico come quello di Riordan, ma a differenza di Rick, Jennifer usa sempre LE STESSE. IDENTICHE. BATTUTE.Ma puoi?! Ogni battuta ironica si basa su cinque cose: Amazon, Supernatural, zombie, The walking dead, Harry potter. Basta Jennifer, inventati qualcos altro.

  • Stef
    2019-02-27 11:05

    It said at the end of Wicked, this would be released this summer? How it comes in here in Goodreads it says 2016?! Please J Lynn, can I have the book now? Pretty please?

  • Bella Carstairs
    2019-03-06 12:22

    Segunda vez que lo leo, esta vez en español.Y me encanta siempre que lo leo.Esta segunda parte me gusta más que el primer libro. Es más intensa, más oscura...Ivy lo pasa realmente mal, el peligro es cada vez mayor...Si se descubre quién es ella realmente, peligra su vida.Si no hace nada para detener al Príncipe, la humanidad corre un grave peligro.Y Ivy tendrá que tomar decisiones muy, muy difíciles.Simplemente espectacular. Me gusta mucho.Se descubren muchas cosas, y todo empieza a rodar a una velocidad vertiginosa.No os perdáis esta increíble novela. Y si no habéis empezado la saga, leer Cazadora de Hadas, que es el primer libro y adentraros en un mundo lleno de magia y aventura.

  • Martina Gjomemo
    2019-03-17 09:21

    4.5 stars! I want a spin-off series with the prince. You might think I'm crazy because he is a son of a bitch and creepy as fuck, but I really liked him! And I LOVED Tink in this book! He made me laugh a lot :D

  • Elisa Gioia
    2019-03-09 05:59

    Bellissimo e Campanellino in questo secondo capitolo è strepitoso!!!

  • Eli Paz
    2019-03-02 11:12


  • Anabel
    2019-02-27 09:15

    Puntuación: 4.5 Ha sido un libro muy adictivo, las páginas volaban sin darme cuenta. Me ha encantado el toque tan adulto que da la autora a esta trilogía, es más madura y el lenguaje y escenas sin censura alguna. Recomiendo mucho esta trilogía a todos los que os guste el romance paranormal pero con mucha más historia detrás, sin ser el tema principal y con un toque de humor propio de la autora. Pronto reseña completa en:

  • Nancy The book junkie
    2019-03-22 08:19

    Review coming soon!

  • Yiota Misiou
    2019-03-15 12:06

    4,75 *****Πάλι θα το πω! Λατρεύω να διαβάζω Armentrout. Το Torn ήταν ένα υπέροχο βιβλίο μια φανταστική συνέχεια του wicked saga με το γνωστό χιούμορ της συγγραφέως και τους μοναδικούς, λατρεμένους χαρακτήρες που μόνο αυτή ξέρει να φτιάχνει. Παρόλα αυτά θα το ομολογήσω (καλά ούτε εγώ δεν το πιστεύω πως θα το ξεστομίσω) δεν ήταν καθαρό 5 αστερο. Το βρήκα αρκετά προβλέψιμο και κάπου εκεί προς το τέλος ενώ όλα ήταν όλα όπως θα έπρεπε να είναι εγώ έμεινα με ένα μικρό κενό μέσα μου. Δεν ξέρω πως να το εξηγήσω γιατί το βιβλίο ήταν σούπερ ότι και να λέω, αλλά υπάρχει ένα μικρό αλλά. Ίσως περίμενα μια ανατροπή που ποτέ δεν ήρθε. Αυτό όμως δεν σημαίνει πως δεν το απόλαυσα . Ειδικά οι σκηνές με Tink-Ren, Ren-Tink, Ivy-Ren-Tink και οποίος άλλος συνδυασμός ήταν οι αγαπημένες μου. Επίσης οι ρομαντικές σκηνές Ivy- Ren απλά Ουαου. Ένα πολύ καλό βιβλίο, μια καλή συνέχεια που όμως δεν μου "ανατίναξε" τα μυαλά!

  • Yashleen Jhand
    2019-02-22 04:28

    2015!!!! There's not even a cover. I'm not going to survive that long.

  • Danielle (Love at First Page)
    2019-03-08 05:21

    REN!! <3

  • Hannah (The Irish Banana Review)
    2019-02-20 04:20

    There’s a certain kind of delicious comfort that I experience every time I open a Jennifer L. Armentrout book. I know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that I’ll enjoy it. She’s one of those rare authors that I just love everything she touches with words. Sometimes I just enjoy the ride, other times I am left agape and sometimes I just can’t control my fan-girl flailing freakouts. TORN, the sequel to last year’s Wicked, was one of those agape/OMG-freak-out books.TORN picks right where Wicked left off with our main girl Ivy having on helluva bomb dropped on her life. The majority of this book is Ivy-driven and watching as she tries to reconcile who she thought she was with who she really is. There’s a beautiful, utterly human sadness as you watch Ivy try to decide between hiding from what she is and confronting it. Yes, the situation is entirely paranormal, but at some point, everyone face that moment: Will you acknowledge and embrace something? Or will you hide it away from everyone and ignore it? Of course this book is also full of Armentrout-patented hotness in the form of Fae hunter Ren and his relationship with Ivy. Ren is protective and sweet and a little overzealous (props to Ivy for standing firm in her wants and not acquiescing to Ren when he wanted her to stay home or by his side so she was protected), but you can’t help but love him. Their relationship is true with lots of give and take and conflict that isn’t quickly resolved by a quick roll in the sack.I can’t wait for the next installment next year. This series is definitely one of my favorites by one of my favorite authors. It’s a fun, paranormal take on the New Adult genre (something NA desperately needs more of). Check this one out ASAP!

  • Asis GC
    2019-03-01 08:19

    I've waited almost two years for this book. And OMG it's finally here and the waiting was totally worth it. <3 I do have to admit I felt the whole first part kinda lazy - and I was stressing over Ivy's secret and Ren not knowing... THE WHOLE TIME.Then the real stress begun when everything went down.I think that's my word for Torn. Stressing. LOLBut that does NOT mean it wasn't good. I totally loved it. I genuinely had no idea what could possibly happen and it kept me hooked the entire time, I couldn't put it down.Everything that makes a JLA book so good, is present in TORN.I did miss Ren's presence so he better be ALL IN in the next one <3 But the final moments are definately my favorite Ren moments ever.And also I want to say that I wanted to see THEM against the order. I wanted to REALLY see Ren finding out about Ivy and see what they'd do.And everything was overshadowed by the prince. I wish we'd have more books so we could've focus on the inside conflict on book two, and leave what happened on Torn for later. 'Cause now it seems the next book will be all about defeating the prince -again and we won't have the conflict against the order that I wanted so badly.But well, that's my only complain.I really did love the book once I got past that.The last part was CARDIAC and insane and I was on the edge of my seat just waiting for something bad - I mean, worse than everything that had happen lol -to happen. SO GOOD.My love for Ivy and Ren as a couple grew so much more and I want to see more lovey moments of them in the last book. I can't get enough of him, for real.Also, no cliffhanger this time, YAY!!Can't wait for book three.

  • Marianne
    2019-02-28 05:26

    Is it just me, or does this series fall short of Armentrout's usual brilliance?I mean; the entire plot revolves around a problem that could have been solved had Ivy decided to get a sterilization.And the villains are just so... villainy.I adored the bad guys in her other series. This fae prince is an epic snooze:'-(3.5 stars

  • Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)
    2019-03-20 06:02

    "Plenty of twists and turns that you’re going to fall hard for."Read this review in its entirety at Fresh Fiction

  • Jessica-❥Chatterbooks Book Blog❥
    2019-02-28 04:05

    3.75 starsI have been anticipating this book for a very long time. I expected it to blow me out of the water...mainly because of how long we had to wait for this book, but also because I loved Wicked. Maybe I hyped it up to much in my head. I liked Torn, unfortunately, it just didn't compare to the first book at all. I was a little disappointed by that. Regardless, I still can't wait to read the third book in this series. I love Ivy, Ren, and especially Tink! ♡ He is one of the best charaters Jennifer L. Armentrout has ever written. I hope there is a lot of him in the final book.