Spells, Aprilynne Pike
The sequal to Wings starts 6 months after we left Laurel and David and Tam. Laurel has been summoned to Avalon for faerie training for the summer, and she goes. She sees Tam a lot during this time, and David not at all.
Insert appropriate love triangle conversations / events here.
After her summer in Avalon, Laurel goes home and starts her normal school year with David. She has been given new warnings about staying away from trolls, who are out for revenge after they were out manuevered for the property in the last book. She ignores this, of course, gets in trouble, has to be saved, and then gets in trouble again, and is saved again.
All leaving room for the final installment that's due out in the fall.
This was as good as Wings. The relationships are better than in some other YA. But again, I grow tired of love triangles and young girl characters that everyone just seems to fall all over because they are oh so beautiful. The foundation, I think, has been laid for Laurel to end up with Tam and David to end up with their friend who's name escapes me. But, who knows.
If the third one is at the library I'll read it. There is more sexuality in this book. So not for tweens, in my mind.