Aurora’s Coven, The Lost Coven,
Written by K.A Knight.
Okay for sure I have to keep an eye out for K.A Knight’s her books because everything I read from her I find amazing!
Just like this book, I loved everything written down in it. The excitement, the sassy FMC, the man, the dog, the people, the weather… Every single thing. It is like magic coming from her fingertips.
When are hiding for your own kind you don’t want them to find you. So when four hot witches walk into the bar you work. And no this isn’t some bad joke.
When they walk into that bar and find you. You just hope they don’t know what you are. Our FMC hides from people who hunt her. Only those four male witches aren’t looking for her, they found her and want to keep her. Only they first have to find someone else, and she is the one who could help them.
I liked how they walked into her life, scooped her up and placed her inside their family. And the balls this girl has! The jokes, the sassy parts, the action and how everyone reacts to each other is great. I don’t know what to say more.
Only K.A. Knight, You did amazing. Again.
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Variant Lost, The Evelyn Maynard Trilogy.
This book is good. I loved the emotions that coursed through me when I read it. I had tears in my eyes, was laughing when something funny happened and I love how she pieced this whole world together.
This is a book I certainly recommend you should read. You have it all, from a strong FMC to, really nice friends and then the brooding men, protective men and sweet and perfect men. I loved how she wrote them, made them come alive and gave me something to look forward too. Book two.
The book tells you a story about a girl who loses everything, she is alone and doesn’t know what to do. She is accepted into a school for Variants, even when she is a human. And that is when everything starts, she learns about her past, finds a family and friends and everything seems okay. Until!
Yeah, go read the book. Not going to tell you more, pick up this rollercoaster of emotions and amazing written book.
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Upheaval, Rise of the Iliri Book Eight.
Written by the amazing Auryn Hadley.
This book was amazing and it shows so much more of the characters. I love how she switch between almost all of them;how they all tell a part of the story, giving you a bigger view of the whole picture. This book is all about Merriton, her past and how she fights to overcome that past.
To be honest I expected a little more drama in it. A little more confrontation, still I don’t miss it. I liked that this book showed more of the rest, more of her pack. And that it still showed her that she is Iliri and not a god, like some bad guy thinks he is.
The world building is always amazing in Auryn books, and she didn’t disappoint. I missed a little more sexy times in this one, but that is fine also. I think it is an important book in the whole story of Sal, the book shows her that there is more to life then fighting and winning. It is an important part of her journey.Read More »
The Royal Trials, Imposter.
Written by Tate James.
I have waited for this book for some time, and finally got the chance to read it today. And it was good, totally worth the wait.
You will meet Rybet Waise, a thief and a mercenary. She has to save a friend from the dungeons of the royal palace. Should be easy for someone with her skill set.
Only she finds herself pulled into the Royal Trials, a competition to find a wife for one of the princes. It should be easy to get out of there, right?
The trials aren’t what they look like to the outside, behind every smile and polished face there is a terrible truth. Because if you fail these trials, you don’t go home, you don’t even make it out of the palace alive.
When the harsh reality sinks in, Rybet needs every skill she has to stay alive.
She has to deal with people wanting her dead, her boss wanting her to succeed for his own goals and keeping herself alive to get out if this mess. How will she survive?
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Possession, Curse of the Draekon book two.
Written by Samantha Britt.
Finding out that your brother is part of the rebellion can be shocking, finding out that your parents who left you and you siblings to fend for themselves are the leaders of that rebellion, turns your world inside out.
That happened to Lissa, now being a hostage in the capital, totally alone and living a life full with rumours. She needs to be strong and keep her head high. How are you going to do that when the king returns, when you need to fight for your life.
Escaping with Prince Brion, she starts a journey. Finding out things about herself, about Brion and prophecies that would change their life’s. Where does she go when everything turns out to be a lie, when nothing is what it looks like. Can she save her siblings and herself?
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Chosen, Curse of the Draekon Book One.
Written by Samantha Britt.
Living in world where the Draekon rule, it sounds amazing. Only not when you live in Caldiri.
Lissa Allaway is the only healer in Caldiri, the poorest region in the continent. Here she tries to survive with her siblings.
Only she is recruited to serve those creatures the Draekon. Going to the one place she fears the most, living between the Dreakons in their capital. Working for those cruel creatures only to find out that not everything is as it seems.
Still a rebellion is brewing in the depths of the country, not everyone wants to believe the truth.
How will she survive this? She has so much questions, only you don’t always want to hear the answers.
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Book two by new author Sophia Shade in the Curse of Fire series leaves the reader wanting more. Imogen is returning back to Callador in the land of the Fae, but more issues are plaguing her. While she has been gone for the three months in the world of the humans, she has had a feeling that something is wrong back at school. Her mom keeps pressuring her into no returning, but Imogen knows that it is where she belongs. She has a small fight with her mom, but also learns something important that her father had once told her mother. Fae don’t have visions, even though Imogen keeps having them since she walked through the door back to her mom. The fae that do have them are called Dark Blessed and they have been killed by the other fae.
So Imogen has a secret that she has to keep to herself hiding everything from her friends. On her first day back in her elemental class, Imogen realizes that not everyone plays fair and that some people are trying to get her. But not only that, members of the council are at Callador to investigate what had happened with Myra the year before. They think that someone else is behind it.
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