Good but no real moral.
Kiera Cass has become one of my favorites after I read "The Selection," so I decided to read her latest book. It was good and I read it in less than a week, but there are some things to be cautious about.
There is kissing, lash fluttering, love letters, flowers, dancing, and romantic talk. Not too much, but it was mentioned multiple times in the book. There is also a time where The Darkest Knights invaded a home and killed many people. Death odor and blood are described. That is the only violence. A few people were drinking, but overall not a lot of negative things. I can't find a real educational lesson in this book, other than to be yourself. Hollis, the main character, was expressed as a strong, bold, and beautiful girl who had to decide where her heart belongs. I really loved the intent of the story, and I would recommend it.
This title contains:
Violence & scariness