"Be glad of your human heart, Feyre. Pity those who don't feel anything at all."
In these bookish/fantasy corners of the internet, A Court of Thorns and Roses needs no introduction. Especially not from us. Sarah J. Maas's series sent us shrieking and scrambling for Tumblr and analyses and re-reads last year. In my case, deviantArt joined the fray. Especially as - for the first time in forever - this consummate canon-girl went what seems to be the non-canon way. (If this sentence makes no sense to you, (a) you're living the right sort of life, and (b) Tumblr will help clear it up, but enter at your own peril - it's a fan's Narnia and you might never leave.)
And for me, the magic and the high-stakes boiled down to this: Feyre and Rhysand. Individually, and together. Whatever you may think of either, you can't deny they make an ingloriously glorious team - of co-conspirators if nothing else. (Though hopefully a lot else, because - as previously established on this blog - my anti-hero love knows no shame and offers no apologies.)