Moonlight in the Forest is a wonderfully satisfying end to the FeyTerrah Series. Dreamer and Lily have returned to FeyTerrah to finally be married, bringing along a large group of Fey descendants from the Otherworld. This action poses the question "Which of these Fey descendants will continue to live in FeyTerrah and which will be allowed to return to the Otherworld?" Although Lily loves Dreamer, she feels that the Ninatlee necklaces, that brought them together, have taken a piece of her freedom. As they learn the entire history of the necklaces, they find out that Lily possesses powers that may be able to break the curse she and Dreamer are under. If they break the curse, will they still feel the same about each other, or will all of the romance disappear? Will the people who were raised in the Otherworld be allowed to live there, or will they be shunned and moved back to where they came from? Find out in this intriguing end to the FeyTerrah series!
I enjoyed reading this book. The story captures the reader’s attention and holds it right up until the last page. It answers all of the questions it raises and wraps up the story so well that it couldn't have been written better. Marie Navarro never ceases to amaze with her talent of drawing the reader into her works of art. Her characters are relatable and almost real enough to touch. These are books that I would love to read and reread over and over.