This article contains spoiliers for A Court of Wings and Ruin, so if you haven't read it yet, you've been warned. Also, despite this subject hanging on my mind for weeks after reading the book, I decided the best time to write my article was at 3:30 am, when I was exhausted, so forgive my jumble of thoughts resulting in a discombobulated sort of essay. Regards and best of wishes to anyone who manages to get through it.
The starring romance in A Court of Wings and Ruin for me wasn't the power couple of Feyre Archeron and Rhysand. Nor was it Amren and Varian, Cassian and Nesta, or the new but strong personalities of Kallias and Viviane. In fact, it wasn't a romance that was played out on the pages. It was discussed through recounted stories and tales of woe, so few tales that each casual mention or remark could fit neatly onto about five pages. Which couple is it? As if the title of this article wasn't enough of a dead giveaway, I'm referring to the recently revealed, star crossed affair of Helion Spell-Cleaver and the thus far unnamed Lady of the Autumn Court.