We are avid readers with to read lists a mile long and sitting down to review all of them properly takes too much precious reading time and we have busy lives. So, in the style of Modern Mrs Darcy, we are doing a quick round up for you.
What did we read in February? In this post, we highlight each of our favourite reads, from Queen of Air and Darkness in Cassandra Clare's highly popular Shadowhunters world to Kiersten White's Slayer, which takes us back to the world of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
I was hooked from the first chapter. Harper arrives as the last chance to break the curse that has plagued Emberfall for 200 seasons. Rhen assumes this season of wooing a girl will be like every other, but he soon learns that Harper is not like the other girls.
I have written about the fantasy romance genre (Fantasy Romance: What to Read If You Have a Maas Hangover) and there are many reviews here on the blog that fall into the urban fantasy and fantasy romance genres. Here are some of my favourite authors whose series you can binge read right now.
Romance is well known for it's focus on relationships (central to the plot) with the happily ever after or happily for now ending.
Melissa's review of The House of Gold by Natasha Solomons: "The Goldbaums marry Goldbaums. Female Goldbaums host nice parties, have babies and aqcuiese to their husband's requests. Male Goldbaums become bankers and make lots of money..."
We have broken up the excerpt and review, so they each have their own post; you can find the review half here. From #1 New York Times Bestselling author Jennifer L. Armentrout, comes THE PRINCE, a new novella in her Wicked Series, brought to you by 1,001 Dark Nights! Be sure to grab your copy [...]
This is the release day launch for Jennifer L. Armentrout's The Prince! We, The Fancy Nerds, will post our review, along with an excerpt, on the 18th August! Until then, enjoy this post! From #1 New York Times Bestselling author Jennifer L. Armentrout, comes THE PRINCE, a new novella in her Wicked Series, brought to you [...]
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.