A Court of Mist and Fury Themes & Motifs

Sarah J. Maas
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Acceptance

Some situations are within the control of those most effected by them, but other situations have a momentum of their own and defy any effort at control. When this series opened, Fayre was a mortal girl who was struggling to survive. By the time this novel opens, Fayre is an immortal faerie who is about to marry Tamlin, the High Lord of the Spring Court. The marriage is set to take place though Fayre shares a bond with Rhysand, the High Lord of the Night Court. As Fayre comes to terms with her current situation, she must learn to accept herself and all the true aspects of her new life.

Fayre believes she loves Tamlin, though he is controlling and manipulative. When she is standing just feet away from Tamlin as the wedding is about to begin, she realizes that she cannot go through with it...

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