‘Seoafin “Finnie” Wilde was taught by her parents that every breath was a treasure and to seek every adventure she could find. And she learns this lesson the hard way when they perish in a plane crash. But she never forgets and when she discovers there is a parallel universe where every person has a twin, she finds a witch who can send her there so she can have the adventure of a lifetime.
But upon arrival in the Winter Wonderland of Lunwyn, she realizes she’s been played by her twin and finds herself walking down the aisle to be wed to The Drakkar.
Thrown into inauspicious circumstances, with years of practice, Finnie bests the challenges and digs into her adventure. But as Frey Drakkar discovers the woman who is his new wife is not Princess Sjofn, a woman he dislikes but instead, his Finnie, a free-spirit with a thirst for venture just like him, without her knowledge he orders his new bride bound to his frozen world, everlasting.
But at the same time Frey plunges Finnie into a web of political intrigue that includes assassination plots, poison, magic, mystery and… dragons.’
Finnie is either a big risk taker or a major idiot. One who travels to another universe without thinking it through? Anyway, when she comes into the new world she’s very naïve and innocent about everything. The other world is very different from the world she grew up with, so she’s new to everything. She’s very curious and has a thirst for adventure. I liked Finnie, I thought she was funny and a little relatable but towards the end of the book she definitely starts to lose a little bit of her innocence that she had at the beginning of the book.
Frey is very intimidating. He’s kind of a jerk in the beginning of the book but he slowly starts to become more soft and open with Finnie. Frey was a controlling and a bit manipulative and I wasn’t crazy about that but overall, I liked him.
I had a few problems with the plot. There were a lot of times where the plot completely skipped months or days and that was a little irritating. Also, you couldn’t really tell what the problem was until the end of the book. There was the problem of someone trying to kill Finnie but that isn’t mentioned a lot until the end of the book. There were also some random spots of the book where the point of view changed from the first point of view to the third point of view.
Finnie and Frey had a lot of bumps down the road. Their personalities were so different compared to each other but they made their relationship work. Even though technically Finnie and Frey are married, they start off kind of slow but then their relationship REALLY speeds up. Frey really cares for Finnie but a lot of their relationship is manipulated by him.
Overall, I rate this book a 3.5 out of 5. I found this book to be entertaining and fun to read but I have mixed feeling about the end of the book. It was a little dramatic, hint hint Finnie but it was an emotional rollercoaster that I did not expect. I hope you’ve enjoyed this post, you’ve just been reviewed