Marr. Melissa Fragile Eternity, 400 p. HarperTeen, 2009. $16.99. Language: PG-13 (7 swears, 1 “f”) Aislinn has agreed to be Keenan’s Summer Queen, but that doesn’t mean that she is willing to give up her mortal lover, Seth. The trio tries to maintain an uneasy truce, but Keenan desires all of Ash’s attention in order to restore his faerie court to prominence. Seth, on the other hand, is determined to do whatever he has to remain by Ash’s side for eternity – even if it means turning to an unlikely source to fulfill his dreams. War, in the form of Bananach, is happy with all of the contention being sowed amongst the faerie courts. Finally, Marr brings us the sequel to her original Wicked Lovely. I’m not sure why she throws in such a minor amount of swearing – it feels purposeless. But despite that, she has created a worthy sequel, with just enough meat to make this better than the first – and to keep you waiting anxiously for the sequel. MS – OPTIONAL; HS – ADVISABLE. Cindy, Library-Teacher.