This book is a slow burn. As you read about the isle of Cadence, the isle casts a spell upon you. Before you know it, you’re enchanted. You no longer have the ability to put the book down. All you can do is become more and more swept away by this hauntingly beautiful story. Rebecca […]
[Portia’s Review: River of Shadows (Underworld Gods #1) by Karina Halle]
I have been so excited to read this book! I love mythology of all types, and Finnish is not one I have read much into, so I like that it wasn’t the usual Greek mythology, as is so often the case now days. I also love when Karina Halle writes darker books – she is […]
[Skye’s Review]: Electric Idol (Dark Olympus #2) by Katee Roberts
Neon Gods was the first book I have ever read by Katee Robert. I fell in love with her take on Hades and Persephone. When I heard about the next installment in her Dark Olympus series, I knew I needed it in my hands as soon as possible. This time around, I had no idea […]
[Diane’s Review]: King of Battle and Blood by Scarlett St. Clair
Will They Fight or Will They Fuck? The Ultimate Rhetorical Question For This Book. Where do I even begin? Before you all come for me… This was hands down one of the most ridiculous books I’ve ever read. So here we go, from the top! Enter Killian: Probably the most obnoxious male character I’ve had […]
[Emily’s Review]: A Shadow in the Ember by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Born shrouded in the veil of the Primals, a Maiden as the Fates promised, Seraphena Mierel’s future has never been hers. Chosen before birth to uphold the desperate deal her ancestor struck to save his people, Sera must leave behind her life and offer herself to the Primal of Death as his Consort.
However, Sera’s real destiny is the most closely guarded secret in all of Lasania—she’s not the well protected Maiden but an assassin with one mission—one target. Make the Primal of Death fall in love, become his weakness, and then…end him. If she fails, she dooms her kingdom to a slow demise at the hands of the Rot.
Sera has always known what she is. Chosen. Consort. Assassin. Weapon. A specter never fully formed yet drenched in blood. A monster. Until him. Until the Primal of Death’s unexpected words and deeds chase away the darkness gathering inside her. And his seductive touch ignites a passion she’s never allowed herself to feel and cannot feel for him. But Sera has never had a choice. Either way, her life is forfeit—it always has been, as she has been forever touched by Life and Death.
[Lisa’s Review]: A Shadow in the Ember (Flesh and Fire #1) by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Before there was our stunning, red-headed, murderous little creature, Prince McSexy, Miss Willa’s Diary, and the upcoming War of Two Queens – the world we’ve come to know and love in Jen’s absolutely magnificent and widely popular Blood and Ash series was ruled by higher beings. Primals. Gods. Taking you back to that time, A […]
[Emily’s Review]: That Dark Infinity by Kate Pentecost
By night, the Ankou is a legendary, permanently young mercenary. By day, a witch’s curse leaves him no more than bones. Caught in an unending cycle of death and resurrection, the Ankou wants only to find the death that has been prophesied for him, especially once he begins to rot while he’s still alive….
After the kingdom of Kaer-Ise is sacked, Flora, loyal handmaiden to the princess, is assaulted and left for dead. As the sole survivor of the massacre, Flora wants desperately to find the princess she served. When the Ankou agrees to help her find the princess, and to train her in exchange for her help in breaking his curse, she accepts. But how can she kill an immortal? Especially one whom she is slowly growing to understand—and maybe even to love?
Together, they will solve mysteries, battle monsters, break curses, and race not only against time, but against fate itself.
[Skye’s Review]: A Shadow in the Ember by Jennifer L. Armentrout
A Shadow in the Ember does not disappoint. This prequel series is going to be epic! You can read this book if you haven’t read From Blood and Ash. You won’t be confused at all. If you’ve read From Blood and Ash, then you’ll enjoy seeing little Easter eggs and hints at things that happen […]