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Love love loved everything about this book So heartfelt and good Beautiful representation, especially of disabilities Review to come Steadfast sure girl, sweet noble thorn, how lovely cruel you are My body s taut, my soul is worn, from the lovely cruel you are The highborn chose the lowest born, tis the lovely cruel you are This trick unseen, this fated scorn, of the lovely cruel you are So when you leave, I shall us mourn, the lovely cruel we areWhat is there to say, really, when you fall head over heels for a book that you didn t even realize existed I picked this up after my friend told me she was sure I d love it Was I skeptical No, not really Do I trust this person Absolutely Was there any doubt I d love this Not in the least Yet, here we are, and me telling you that, at the beginningI really didn t care for this book at all I liked the opening chapter it was loud, alluringmesmerizing It grabbed onto me with just the short little bit it was But, once I poured deeper into the story, long after the wicked words our Jester boasted and hooked me line and sinker with, I grew weary And, frankly, distant Not because I didn t love what was going on I did, truly But his manner of speech waxed way too poetic HAR for me to really grip my claws into his character and see what he was really about Tumble inspected me with beady eyed criticism What I asked Does my masterpiece clash too much The ferret squeaked Certainly, but you try making the four kingdoms harmonize into one motif He squeaked again It felt like a front It felt like, even as the readers who got to be inside his head every other few chapters, were held at an arm s length and I didn t like it Because, in the rare moments he and the princess got together, I felt like they were wasted with the precious breath being tainted by rhymes and riddles and regal type talk And, ultimately, I began to disengage and became disappointed I mean, it felt like it was all smoke and mirrors Little did I know that was the whole point.Whether all of it was intentional or not, I ll never know But, riddle me this muahaha Poet has stolen my heart why is it that, after a certain point in this book and, really, despite what I said earlier, it wasn t that far in literally everything changed because of one moment Yet none of these skills can steel the heart, nor protect it from breaking Recently, I ve learned that lesson well So let me tell you a tale of how I lost a battle of wills Not to my King Not to my Queen Nay I lost to a girl Enchanting doesn t even BEGIN to describe the way I felt afterthingsbut that s exactly how I felt enchanted Poet ripped off his mask, or his makeup, mind you, and we saw beneath the carefully placed veneer he d built up so no one would see what was underneath My opinion A fool is a man who believes glory can be found at the tip of a sword instead of on the tip of his tongue Tis a woman who judges with her eyes closed Tis people who invent aberrations from speculation and rumors Tis bred from ignorance That is life s cruel trick I think it worth mentioning that, while I had briefly skimmed the synopsis after Britt told me to read this, I really hadn t read it thoroughly once I d finished the book I was on, and purchased the kindle book sight unseen If you can t have trust in your closest friends, who can you trust As I mentioned, though, this might be the reason as to why I was so easily fooled by the, well, Fool I m the finest jest you ll ever know If you irritate me, I ll best you with words, for swords are the toys of knights, whilst I use creative weapons My heart melted at the Poet beneath I became a puddle of goo and a swarm of butterflies all mixed into one, making for a totally weird concoction I can t begin to fathom a name for I kid you not, this was like a totally different book because we saw what made Poet tick and so did the Princess No, of course But that day when we arrived home, you imitated those jesters for hours, twirling from rock to rock in the grass And when you fell I stumbled and scraped yourself raw, I never saw the like when I dabbed a wet cloth on your knees You howled bloody murder My elbow hit the table as I pointed at her That part never happened She saw the side to him that had only been hinted at, from the beginning She saw how kind and wonderful, sweet and brave he was She saw the loyalty and devotion and determination that ran rivers deep in Poet s fractured and frantic soul and so the forbidden tryst began I couldn t say whether Mother was still talking As we crossed into his line of vision, Poet became aware of me and tensed, his shoulder blades locking The crease of his spine The waist that tapered and then rounded into a solid backside.Anticipation flared But he kept advising the girl, sparing me not a glance Not until the distance between us grew again.We craned our heads over our shoulders, our eyes smoldering I ll admit I became a total ninny for everything Poet and Briar henceforth They were the puppet masters and I their puppet, strung along by the strings of their sordid and heartbreaking affair I rooted for them with every ounce of my being even as I wished for the turmoil that was surely to come And don t think I believe that drivel about you and Poet You hate each other, you say Hate is a miserable thing That s neither of you He s an active lad, born with a voice to spice tarts, but those tarts never made him blush That isn t hate, so have a care WHAT I m a hot blooded, fangirling bookish female fine and dandy just don t DO IT FOR ME Any, that is Whatever I needed some strife, and strife I got It was wonderful and sordid yes, repeat repeat wah wah and hot and wrong the chemistry set the pages on fire and my heart right along with them I nodded to her Let me do the lying.She looked away Good girl Bad boy I still wanted to kiss her And when Poet crumbled my heart and soul did, as well I just I truly loved this story and I m wholly invested in everything to do with it I ll admit I m shocked people haven t latched onto this it really is a remarkable story with a storybook feel a dirty storybook, I ll have you My damp, thickened breath A thrust of heavy lidded lightning A deep rooted, thigh clenching ache in intimate places and a fairytale vibe The writing was impeccable and the length not too long nor too short, with a gradual build up that makes you beg for and simultaneously yearn for it to never end, and a climax that tears at your very being The greatest courage a person can have is to love another, for there are only two outcomes Either the love lasts, and our lives are compromised, or it doesn t, and our lives are emptied Either way, we suffer than we celebrate I ve enjoyed suffering with you We are a tale for campfires That is all That is everything Again, I don t praise many books highly In fact, there are only 4 6 books out of the 20 or so I ve read this year that really and truly stand out, and this is, by far, one of them and one of the best I have high standards and have read some of my favorite books of all time in the last couple of months and this one This one helped me escape my rabid obsession with two of them the likes of which have made me a total moron who harasses everyone to read them This book wouldn t have had half the heart without Poet s secret, a secret I normally am not a fan of in books So it must have been done well, right And this story is so much deeper than a romance, which shocked me It actually had wonderful morals and heart and a depth so intense it stole my breath Vehemently represented by those with most stake in the matter, this author showed an amazing skill to write about than just smexy encounters, hidden hallway rendezvous, and stolen looks and touches though, those were some of my favorite parts Friendship and family and loyalties and learning your place in life it s all there And it s all wonderfully handled A fool is a man who sees his worth in a mirror, in the faces of a crowd, but is blind to it elsewhere Where it most counts in the eyes of those he loves and who love him Don t insult yourself that way So, give it a try Really It s fun and flirty and romantic and original and tugs on your heartstrings I don t think it ll be for everybody if only because of random things I care not name , but I think it s for most It s wonderful and addicting and painful to put down if the purple bags I m sporting under my eyes today are any indication of my late night reading rampage Poet and Briar and other characters I dare not to name gripped me in ways I never expected and I hope they ll grip you, too Oh, and a special shout out to my main ferret, Tumble a favorite character by far P For of my reviews, please visit Update 3 28 19 The audiobooks are out for Trick Dare So excited, the narrators performances are AMAZING Poet s voice is I AM IN LOVE NOT ONLY WITH THIS BOOK, THE CHARACTERS, THE WRITING BUT ALSO WITH NATALIA JASTER You all need to read her books ASAP Not only is Natalia a goddess when it comes to writing but she manages to create a breathtaking world with realistic and relatable characters in such a lyrical way She keeps the reader on the edge of their seat with the twists that take place in Trick Her words draw you in from the first page and once you start reading about the wonderful Poet and the feisty Brair Throughout the book the characters grow, evolve and have their walls broken down I especially loved reading about Princess Brair and how Poet helps her to return to the girl she used to be before she suffered tragic loss You watch her character change in the best ways possible and it gave me chest pains from joy ALSO, there s a magnificent twist in this book that bonds Poet and Brair together and i m not going to spoil anything BUT I LOVE IT AND I WOULD VE BEEN HAPPY TO RE READ THAT PART OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN BASICALLY YOU ALL NEED TO READ THIS BOOK. ( DOWNLOAD BOOK ) ♶ Trick ♏ There Is A Rule Amongst His Kind A Jester Doesn T Lie In The Kingdom Of Spring, Poet Is Renowned He S Young And Pretty, A Lover Of Men And Women He Performs For The Court, Kisses Like A Scoundrel, And Mocks With A Silver TongueYet Allow Him This It S Only The Most Cunning, Most Manipulative Soul Who Can Play The Fool For Poet Guards A Secret One The Crown Would Shackle Him For One That He Ll Risk Everything To ProtectAlas, It Will Take Than Clever Words To Deceive Princess Briar Convinced That He S Juggling Lies As Well As Verse, This Righteous Nuisance Of A Girl Is Determined To Expose HimBut Not All Falsehoods Are Fiendish Poet S Secret Is Delicate, Binding The Jester To The Princess In An Unlikely Alliance And Kindling A Breathless Attraction, As Alluring As It Is Forbidden New Alternative Cover Edition Original ASIN BPMUW Truth this is one of the best novels I ve read in 2015.I was fortunate enough to get my hands on an advanced copy of this book I went in prepared to comb it over with the discerning eye of a critic, not just as a fan of Natalia s work And though I know her writing talent is unparalleled, I was still unprepared for how quickly I fell into this world that she had created It s a universe completely of her own making a touch fantastical, very whimsical, but with the hard bite of realism when it matters most, Trick has little pieces of discovery with every turn of the story arc The world building is phenomenal The characterization of her two leads, Poet and Briar, are deft and original The chemistry between them was of the fist biting variety Anyone who knows me is aware of my deep and abiding love for enemies to lovers The initial scene when Poet and Briar first meet is practically antagonistic foreplay, and sets the tone for an epic love story which left me thinking long after I was finished.And the love scenes they re the perfect amount of spicy, sexy, and sweet And they will not disappoint you There are other characters one in particular who are so fully formed and intensely realized that I felt as if they are old friends, but I won t spoil them for you It s important for them to be stumbled upon within the pages And that s what you should do Read this book You won t regret it. This turned out to be a pretty heartwarming story Princess Briar, with her apparent thorny aloofness, and Poet, with his ability to charm anyone and everyone without ever revealing himself, were each others perfect foils The author even managed to incorporate elements I ve not often seen in YA fantasy, though I won t spoil what those are And the best part It can be read as a standalone, though it is part of a series That s a huge win for me as I suck at series Overall, I definitely recommend to those who enjoy maturish YA fantasy romance. I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.I don t really know where to start, I completely loved this gorgeous story I am just floored by the creative genius that is Natalia Jaster With just under three hundred pages she tells a story that s both whimsical and lyrical but also powerful and keeps you thinking long after you put the book down There s also SO MUCH representation in this book which means so much to me as a reader.Natalia s writing is just so beautiful It s descriptive and immersive, playful and poetical, sensual and sweet The world that was built is just as amazing There are so many intricate details of each of the season kingdoms and they sound so beautiful I was left just wanting from each one And I especially loved that behind the beautiful writing is a massively important message about society and about how we treat other people, I think this added so much depth to the story.BRIAR POET FOREVER I loved these characters so much I loved them separately and I loved them even together They are both complex and intensely interesting characters What I especially think Natalia also has a knack for is creating really wonderfully flawed characters They make mistakes, they screw up, they re not perfect but that s what makes them so relatable and loveable.When the story begins Briar is guarded, almost afraid to be herself and as we read on we start to pick up on why she s like this and we start to see glimpses of the girl she used to be This was one of my favourite things about her character how we watch her walls come down and how she develops into this powerful, clever, feisty woman, that really she was always going to be Poet is also such a well written character He has so many different sides to his personality and you can t help but fall in love with each one There is also a mystery surrounding both of the characters and these unfold as the story develops and really hooks you in wanting to find out all of the secrets.I loved how things ended even though it wasn t a stereotypical happily ever after There was still so much potential for things in this world to be developed and still room for the characters to grow and I thought this was very true of real life.I will now be shoving this book in the face of everyone I know and telling them to read it What a wonderful way to complete my 2015 reading challenge. Such a shame people don t know about this book or the author Grazy good The writing was magical, as where the characters Loved loved loved this book Already ordered her other book called Dare, can t wait the get it in the mail Xxx Manouk I ve never made a secret of the fact that I can be swayed to read a book purely on it s cover alone I can t help being drawn to all the pretty And when I first saw Trick it was that gorgeous cover that had me adding it to my TBR But after finally getting around to reading it, it s not the cover, but the beauty that s inside that has me adding it to my favourite reads of 2017 This book This book was quite simply WOW I love forbidden romance The jester and the princess Complete opposites How is this ever going to work Poet is renowned for being a lover and a larrikin Princess Briar is reserved and guarded She s suffered through a terrible loss, and so she holds herself back Poet has a secret which he will guard with everything he has What will happen when Briar sets out to prove that Poet is the liar that she suspects him to be I can t tell you how much I loved these two characters Poet is words and heart Such beautiful words, and such a big, loving, caring heart And Briar is growth and strength And together they are perfect They are flawed and real, and I can t get enough of characters like that From the very first page I was drawn to the beauty of Natalia Jaster s writing I just couldn t stop reading, so while I started out reading the paperback, I ended up buying the kindle book so that I could hunker down in bed, under the covers and read through the night without disturbing hubs And when I finished, I went right on back and started all over again Is it possible to become a lifetime fan of an author after only reading one book Because I have I ll read anything and everything that this author writes I was engaged I was enthralled I was enraptured This book deserves all the love, and all the accolades I want everyone to read it because I have no doubt that you ll all fall completely and giddily in love, just like I did.All the stars