Selene is the heroine in this book and we met her in the previous book. She is the best friend of The Goblin Queen and we knew she was special from that book. The Seelie King, Avery is keeping his eye on her as it is suspected she is part fae and that is too much of a coincidence for him to ignore with the queens being exposed. He doesn’t go straight to her though because he is worried she is part of a trap.
This book takes place mostly in England. Selene (like all the queens) is very sensitive. She is sensitive to environmental toxins and bad attitudes and the injustices of humanity. Like all the queens and kings at this juncture, she is in danger and Avery must make his move to protect her and in doing so he almost doesn’t survive.
The storyline with Ramses and his brother continues. I’m not as interested in that as I am in the individual stories. Every time the author takes me out of the story between the two main characters in each book it takes me out of the world completely.
I am really looking forward to the Unseelie Kings story. His lady fair is Selene’s twin sister and it sounds like her story is going on almost simultaneously with this one. Can’t wait!