Ashlyn never believed in fairy tales until she was in one.
They say ignorance is bliss, but not when you’re on a centuries old hit list…and there’s a traitor in your midst. Ashlyn must decide what’s most important: trusting the allies she has, or siding with those she thought were enemies. Ashlyn knows old friends can turn on her, and unlikely allies may be the best chance she has to piece her family back together. No matter what her choice, she could lose someone she loves. And when you don’t know who to trust, believe one thing: You can never trust a faerie
My Review of Traitor:
Ashlyn is back in this riveting sequel of the Bridger series, It turns out that you should never trust a faerie . . . while Ashlyn was training, two little changelings made it through the crack. One of them name Dalbach offers to help Ashlyn to find Aiden, Liam’s missing brother. But along the way Ashlyn discovered her father is still alive. Liam and Reese are at each other again with jealously, although Ashlyn loves Liam but Reese also loves her. An old foe Jamie is willing to help if Ashlyn helps her in returns. The story of McKenna is reveals and she not on the good side anymore, playing the love interest of Ankou. There is a traitor among the group, who is it? Both Chris and Ashlyn dad is returned but one is there for one last final goodbye. As a reader, I have never read such folklore fantasy and I love the sequel and can’t wait for the next book to come out.
On a personal note: I’m falling in love with Reese and Liam, I find it hard to choose one or the other while Ashlyn may be in love with Liam. I’m pretty sure that she secretly in love with Reese. Mamaw has many secrets to tell, especially more clarification about the necklace that Ashlyn wore, and with Aiden being the mole, who can Ashlyn trust besides her lovers.