Shattered Blue introduces us to Noa. She and her family are just coming to terms with the death of Noa’s older sister Isla. Her mother is barely hanging on and locks herself in her room quite often and her father is trying to return to work. This leaves Noa often caring for her 3 year old sister Sasha.
When a new student shows up at the school it’s instant sparks between Noa and Callum. The sparks though are not what they seem, Callum is Fae and he needs “Light” from humans which is taken through a touch or kiss. Noa and Callum grow closer as she finds out they share a similar background in which they have just both lost a sibling but Callum is afraid of hurting Noa. Things seem to be going well until the arrival of Callum’s brother Judah.
All I could think when finishing this book was wow, where’s the next book in the series?? I completely did not see the ending coming and really was surprised on more than one occasion throughout the book.
The writing was excellent. Noa is a poet and through her poetry you get to see her pain from losing her sister and her joy from meeting Callum. It brings another level to getting to know her and who she is. As for the other characters in the story just when you think you have things figured out there is another twist in store for the reader.
There is so much more to be found out about the Fae and what will happen after the ending with Shattered Blue I will be anxiously awaiting to see where this story will lead.
Great read with a lot of twists and turns just when you think you know where it will head. Would definitely recommend this to the fantasy fans.
I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.