Legacy of the Lost Mage: Jaeth’s Eye by: K.S. Villoso

Having read, and loved, Villoso’s CHRONICLES OF THE BITCH QUEEN trilogy I knew that I needed to read more of their work. When I found out that this series takes place in the same world, just at a different time period, I was ecstatic to jump back in…and it did not disappoint.

The Curse of a Faeblood by: M.K. Lorber

Ember was taught to only be loyal to and protect herself…Gavyn was taught to only protect and be loyal to his siblings…but together they learn to see the value in themselves, as well as each other…and maybe the risk is worth the reward of opening up to each other.

Shield-Maiden: Under the Hunter’s Moon by: Melanie Karsak

If you’re looking for a historical fantasy that features some badass women, a journey of self-discovery, and Norse lore…I highly encourage you to dive into this well-crafted series!

The Library of the Unwritten by: A.J. Hackwith

If you’re looking for a unique fantasy that involved a library, heaven, hell, demons, humans, angels, and book characters brought to life…I highly suggest picking up this book and diving in!

A Broken Blade by: Melissa Blair

If you’re looking for a well-crafted Fantasy with a complex main character, of unknown origin, who will do whatever it takes to protect those under her care…I highly recommend picking this book up.

The Dragon of Jin-Sayeng by: K.S. Villoso

If you enjoy high fantasy stories with political manipulation, a badass warrior Queen, complex characters, and everything you think you know turns out to be something else… then I highly recommend checking this series out!

The Last Wolf by: Maria Vale

One of my favorite parts of this book was the lore the author wrote. We get to learn the history of the pack and see how far removed from humans they try to stay, to preserve their roots in the earth and nature.