★ ★ ★ ★ ★ (5 Stars)
My love for this series was sealed with this book. I adored everything about it. The love triangle is so complicated that I can't blame Meghan for falling for two wonderful people. Both guys are completely unique and endearing. Prince Ash is...well, Prince Ash, a committed and passionate man with an undeniable greatness. Puck would instantaneously give his life for her and knows her better than she knows herself.
Making this my favorite book of the series (so far), Julie Kagawa brought in new characters, and I love every one of them. She even took time to change our minds totally about a few who returned from The Iron King (Iron Fey #1). I'm a fan of this technique because I'm a firm believer everyone has the power to change who they are and what they do. When an author is successful in her efforts, and I end up loving a character I hated before, I'm always impressed. Only a gifted storyteller can do that, and Julie Kagawa is just that.
When I reviewed The Iron King (Iron Fey #1), I said I immediately downloaded the rest of the series. I'm glad I did. As soon as I finished The Iron Daughter (Iron Fey #2), I began The Iron Queen (Iron Fey #3), so far, I've not been disappointed.