A Court of Mist and Fury, By Sarah J. Maar.
Let me just clarify now, if you plan on reading this series. Do not read this review as there is no way of talking about this book without ruining something. So you have been warned. And if you haven’t read the series please do because oh-my-god.
After rescuing Tamlin from the wicked fairy queen, she returns to the Spring court possessing the powers and immortality as a High Fae. But Freyre cannot forget her terrible deeds she performed under the mountain to get the man she loved back, nor can she forget about the bargain she made with the High Lord of the night court, Rhysand. But as her life as a human ended, Freyre has realised that she no longer wants the same things. She no longer wants to be a damsel in distress , she wants to be useful and help Tamlin rebuild what was broken. But will this bring them to the edge when Tamlin demands she never leave the house and is constantly watched. She can feel the walls closing in and only the one week a month through her bargain with Rhysand seems to be the only freedom she now has.