After finishing Glint I’m 100x more invested in seeing where Auren’s journey takes her. The way Glint ends I already know I’ll be picking up book 3, Gleam, soon as I have so many more questions and I’m desperate for answers.
Though naive, when it comes to Midas and court politics, I’m excited to see Auren’s journey of finding her own strength and starting to change the direction of her life.
Although this book only really covers…maybe 4 or 5 days it packs a whole lot of story into that time. I look forward to continuing the series as we uncover more lore and history associated with vampire Queens and their Blood.
As a big fan of historical retellings with a magical twist, I was excited to dive into Cat’s Curse. Having no previous knowledge of the Irish warlord Aedan mac Gabrain I was excited to see this story unfold.
This book has been on my radar for a bit, and as book two was recently released I knew it was time to dive in.
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.
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.
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.
If you’re a fan of strong women, Gods who play with fate, and journeys of self-discovery…I highly recommend giving this book a try!
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!