First I'll just mention the prequel, Feyland: The First Adventure. I hadn't seen it before I read Feyland: The Dark Realm, which is really the first book in the trilogy, and only just discovered it when I was looking for the sequel. So I read the prequel first. I must say it didn't really contribute much to the storyline. What happened in that short story, wasn't really new, just a bit more fleshed out than in the sort of flashback, or intro, so in a way, I might as well just have skipped it entirely. Then again, since I wanted more from the Feyland Trilogy, it was fun to get just that. Maybe it would have been better to just add the intro to The Dark Realm, but I'm not complaining.
The Bright Court begins more or less right after The Dark Realm ended. It feels a lot like the second part of the same book. I don't really have much to add to my first review of this trilogy, but just for the record: I loved this book as much as the first.
This time, you get to see more of Tam Lin's old friend Marny, who in my opinion is a very cool, rather underused character. Maybe it would be unfair to say that she's a more interesting character than Jennet, but there, I've said it. On the other hand, Jennet has matured a lot from the prequel to the second book.
The situation at the end of the first book is pretty much unchanged when The Bright Court begins. The same threats exist, except at the moment, Marny is the one in most danger. Why that is, you'll have to read the book to find out. Even when she's in danger, she's a pretty resourceful person, so she's not totally helpless, but at the moment, she needs a bit of help and her friends are ready to risk entering Feyland again to give her that help.
It's a very good book. If you love fantasy, Faerie and computer games you should read it. I only wish Book 3 would be available for free. On the one hand, I'm prepared to buy the whole series in print, but on the other, I'd prefer to know what I'm buying. Someone told me there's a second trilogy by the same author, set in the same 'universe'. If it's as good as this trilogy, I'd love to read it too.