We all know I’m a sucker for the fauxmance to romance trope so when I saw the summary of this book, on Netgalley, I knew I needed to get my hands on it.
I’ve recently introduced a few people to the amazing Libby app and had one of them suggest I do a post about it so more people could know…I thought why not just list all the different places I find my books?
As I was looking through the adult graphic novel/manga/manhwa section of my local library I stumbled onto this series. After reading the summary and admiring the art style I decided to check it out.
Having first heard about this book last year on Booktok I’ve been excited to read it for a while…especially since, although I’ve heard praise, I’ve never heard any specific details about the story so I had no idea what I was jumping into.
This book contains heavy topics and I wouldn’t recommend diving in unless you’re in an okay headspace.
If you’re a fan of Norse lore and Viking stories I highly recommend checking out this series! Although there is some romance within the book it’s definitely historical fantasy and is FTB [fade to black aka all sexual encounters occur off-page]. This series is a fantastic story based on the old Norse saga of Hervarar.
If you love romance’s that deal with heavier topics but prefer FTB [fade to black, aka when sex takes place off-page rather than on-page] I highly recommend giving this debut romance a chance.
Because of all the heavy topics discussed [racism, grief, and trauma being the biggest ones] I recommend making sure you’re in the right headspace to dive into this amazing story.
Ever since I read, and loved Twisted Love, where we get to see a few fiery interactions between Jules and Josh I knew I needed to read their book. We get enemies to lovers between Ava’s [the MC of Twisted Love] BFF and older brother and it is steamy.
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