The "Iron Queen" does not disappoint.
In the "Iron Queen" we see how the characters have grown and developed. Meghan is no longer the young girl who is a wimp. She learns to fight and takes control of her destiny. Her relationship with Ash takes on a whole new dimension. They grow closer as a couple and come to an understanding of their feelings.
Ash is wonderful in this book. He is no longer the ice prince. He has feelings, hard to imagine, I know, but true. Puck sums up Ash well with this quote. " But it is different with you princess. Ash is just afraid you don't need him. That whole ice-prince song and dance?" He snorted. "It's just a device he uses to protect himself, so he doesn't get hurt when someone stabs him in the back. That happens a lot at the Winter Court, as I'm sure you know."
There is romance, war, inner conflict, etc. This is a great book and I highly recommend it to readers 16 and over. I have given it 5 stars! I don't give out a lot of them. It has to be a book that I can't put down to qualify. I read this book in about a day and a half.The Iron Queen (Harlequin Teen)
Content warning: mild swearing. passionate kissing and you know what happens behind closed doors without details described.
I have written this review just after reading a copy on my kindle downloaded from Netgalley. This review was written on November 28th, but I am scheduling a post for January. At the time that I am writing this post, the book is scheduled to be released on January 25th.