Wicked-Lovely

Holy frick I just remembered by rereading the series that Wicked Lovely literally has everything that YA readers have been complaining about not seeing:

- Sex positivity
- Bisexual representation
- Strong diverse female characters
- Polyamory
- Gay relationships
- Subtle rejections of heteronormativity
- And a frickin beautiful and complex storyline about fairies, magic, politics, war, tattoos and love that spans over five books and a bunch of short stories/novellas

“What would I do without you?”


“You’ll never find out.”

—  Melissa Marr, Wicked Lovely
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“Just be you-strong and honest. The rest falls into place if you do that. No matter what happens over the centuries ahead of you, remember to be honest with yourself. And if you fail, forgive yourself. You’ll make mistakes. The whole world is new, and they have so many more years in it than you.”

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