Feyre (x)

From the book series A Court of Thorns and Roses.

What can I say? My hand slipped! Still, I might try to do something a little more polished in the future, this was mostly a product of procrastination (oops?) and fairly quick.

[Spoilers of the 2nd book below]

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Tamlin is an idiot.
  • Feyre:*wakes up and throws up once again in the middle of the night*
  • Tamlin:I'll just act like I can't hear, throw up's gross. Ewe. She's fine, we had sex.
  • Feyre:*In the night court wakes up and throws up*
  • Rhysand:*Holds her hair back, talks her through it. Carries her back to bed. Cleans bed and nightclothes for her.*
  • Tamlin:Yeah, but we had sex. She's mine and we are happy.

N: I was thinking about the first night at the beach house. Caught you out.
E: Yes. I believe I threatened to crush your windpipe.
N: Good times! That night, I offered to help you too, and you said I wasn’t a part of this.
E: Clearly, I was wrong.


Absolution is the washing away of sin. The promise of rebirth. And the chance to escape the transgressions of those who came before us. The best among us will learn from the mistakes of the past, while the rest seem doomed to repeat them. And then there are those who operate on the fringes of society, unburdened by the confines of morality and conscience. A ruthless breed of monsters whose deadliest weapon is their ability to hide in plain sight. If the people I’ve come to bring justice to cannot be bound by the quest for absolution, then neither will I.