This little orphan that no one knew is now one of the most powerful people of their time…. As I mentioned, there were three guys scattered throughout the series and they all had a special meaning or purpose. It took her being taken away for him to realize what she meant to him. Mal is so sweet and loyal and above all- madly in love Alina.
GAWWWWD I suck at these fancy terms, lol who whisked her away for her undiscovered talent-he took a liking to her and seduced her countless times… seducing me right along with her with his dark, whispered promises and sultry, dark persona- I loved him and his evil self. And then Nikolai-we met him in book two. All these guys were so great in their own ways…dark and tortured, sweet and tortured, hilarious and sweet and tortured…. I bawled at the end of it all, for the good, the bad, the sad, the inevitable….
I cried for it all.
Ruin Rising by Leigh Bardugo
Then Mal takes a breath and I sobbed some more. The two orphans who were there for each other through it all and only found love once they were separated? Then to find she had to kill him to get the third amplifier?? What kind of sick star-crossed love was THAT???? Even the fact that he wanted to give her his real name hide spoiler ] gave me the hardcore feels. Stay up to date on our latest book posts. We don't want you to miss anything, so signup below!
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