While I enjoyed the authors City of Brass when it first came out, I never much felt inclined to continue on with the series. However when I heard that she was writing an adult fantasy I knew I had to give that a try. And I think I was right to as I feel the story and characters work better for me than her young adult story.
The Secret Service of Tea and Treason | Book 3 of Dangerous Damsels | ARC Review
While they are written following a timeline, each book follows a different couple. It is very easy to follow without having read any of the previous books.
Daughter of the Pirate King | ARC Review
Alossa lets herself get kidnapped by this pirate crew to retrieve a map. But she finds a little more than she bargained for in her captor Riden. And if that doesn't sound like a recipe for a romance I don't know what does.
ARC Review | The Mermaid, the Witch and the Sea
How is The Mermaid, the Witch and the Sea?
The Copper Cat Trilogy // Series Review // #wyrdandwonder
The Copper Cat trilogy by Jen Williams is a great fantasy series I highly recommend.
Series Review – Liveship Traders Trilogy
The trilogy set in the same world of the Farseers trilogy by Robin Hobb. Worth a read? I say yes!
Book Review – The Girl from Everywhere
The Girl from Everywhere has so many things that I love. And in a way that made me love the book as well.
Book Review – Red Seas Under Red Skies
In this sequel to The Lies of Locke Lamora, Scott Lynch takes it up a step with our favorite duo.