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.
Romance is well known for it's focus on relationships (central to the plot) with the happily ever after or happily for now ending.
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 [...]
I have been swallowed up by the Fantasy Romance genre, trying all manner of them so that I could recommend some books to read in order to assuage the Sarah J. Maas hangover I, and many others, were subjected to after the release of the Tower of Dawn and the completion of the A Court of [...]
I fell down the rabbit hole of my new favourite genre, or rather the name of a genre of books I've been devouring - Fantasy Romance. I will be writing a post about it when I have read enough books to recommend (I'm looking for books comparable to A Court of Thorns and Roses and [...]
Reading has become a sneaky 3 minutes here and there thing since my second baby. Despite this, I have still managed to read the below four books in the past month. A Truth Universally Acknowledged: 33 Writers on Why We Read Jane Austen, edited by Susannah Carson This was slow reading for me. Not because I [...]