It's been a little obvious, from recent posts, I'm currently obsessed with the fantasy romance genre. So the first few authors I share are likely to follow this trend. I came across Jeffe Kennedy first with The Mark of the Tala when I was researching my What to Read if You Have a Maas Hangover [...]
It's hard to resist a flirtatious general gorgeous who tries so hard to win the hand of the maiden.
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review. In its blurb on Goodreads A Song of Blood and Stone is described as "a treacherous, thrilling, epic fantasy about an outcast drawn into a war between two powerful rulers." And I was hooked. Jasminda is alone, trying to eke out a living on [...]
The Paris Seamstress follows Estella, a young woman working in a fashion house during world war two. Destiny sees her set sail for America alone. With nothing but a sewing machine and a few personal items Estella gathers a family of friends and creates a career. Fabienne is a young woman in modern day Australia [...]
Ever My Love by Lynn Kurland (2017) After finishing all 11 books that are currently out from Kurland's fantasy series on the Nine Kingdoms, I was curious about her other series. This is the 14th book in the time travelling romance series but I didn't suffer for not having read the previous installments. Not usually [...]
I don't know if I've told you this before, but I don't finish books I don't really like. There are just too many to read. So there have been a few recently that I have picked up and put down within a few chapters. Below are the last Lonen's War by Jeffe Kennedy (2016) Oria [...]
The Kingmaker Chronicles by Amanda Bouchet has been a series that gripped me from the beginning. I rushed through the first two books and then realised I had to wait until January for the third one. I was so happy when I was given a free copy in return for an honest review. Heart on [...]