[BOOK REVIEW] From Blood and Ash by Jennifer L. Armentrout [Blood and Ash #1)

    “You’re an absolutely stunning, murderous little creature.” What a wonderful surprise it was to see this book being published. I always love reading Jennifer L. Armentrout and was so excited to find out how this new story has turned out, especially seeing how excited she herself is about the book. Today I’ll share my review with you guys! As the quote on the Header Image might suggest; I definitely liked reading this book! But… I didn’t give it the highest rating on Goodreads and I’ll explain why. If you want to know more about what I thought about this read, please continue… A Maiden Chosen from birth to usher in…


    [BOOK REVIEW] Beneath Cruel Fathoms by Anela Deen (Bitter Sea Trilogy #1)

    Today I have my review of Beneath Cruel Fathoms, the first book in the Bitter Sea trilogy that, to me, was such a fantastic read! Finishing Beneath Cruel Fathoms had me happy and sad at the same time. Happy because it was such a great read and sad because I couldn’t immediately start the second book haha. It’s a book that I thoroughly loved reading and it left me craving more after finishing it. I’m so happy to share this review with you guys and introduce you to this author and this book!   After a violent storm destroys her ship, Isaura Johansdottir knows better than to hope she’ll be…


    [GUEST REVIEW BY AMANDA] a Heart of Blood and Ashes by Milla Vane (#1 a Gathering of Dragons)

    Today I have a book review not written by me but by a bookish friend of mine: Amanda. She has recently read a fantasy romance book that she thought would be perfect to share on the blog. I’m happy to share it with you guys, because the review is definitely a great addition to the website. If you are interested in doing a guest review or another book related article on here, please let me know by using the Contact page! I’d love to host you! If you like to read more by Amanda; she has her own section on the blog now, which can be found in the menu…


    [BOOK REVIEW] Daughter of Death by Lexi C. Foss (Dark Provenance #1)

    Actually, I think this is actually my Most favorite book by this author that I’ve read so far, which is saying something because everything she’s written and which I’ve read, have been fan-freaking-tastic reading experiences. But I seriously cannot stop gushing about this book. I love it SO MUCH! It’s been a while since I read the book, but I didn’t want to wait any longer with sharing my review of it. Here we go!  A dead body. A missing daughter. A silver blade. All the clues point to one person: Me. My name is Evangeline, and I’m a retired assassin who wants nothing to do with the underworld. But…


    [BOOK REVIEW] Kill the Queen by Jennifer Estep (Crown of Shards #1)

    “Summer queens are fine and fair, with pretty ribbons and flowers in their hair. Winter queens are cold and hard, with frosted crowns made of icy shards.” Holy crap on a cracker, this was one hell of an enjoyable reading experience! I feel so lucky to have come across this author, thanks to Amanda Bouchet who gave me the opportunity to read an anthology a couple of months ago with a novella by Jennifer Estep in it. This first book in a new fantasy series was everything I could’ve wished for and more! Gladiator meets Game of Thrones: a royal woman becomes a skilled warrior to destroy her murderous cousin,…


    [BOOK REVIEW] Shadow and Ice by Gena Showalter (Gods of War #1)

    I’ve had to ponder a bit about how to best go about writing down this review. It’s so hard to put a book into words that had you feeling so many contradictory feelings. You don’t want to let down the author, knowing they all put their heart into their work. But you also want to be honest. It’s tough finding the right words to talk about of which you don’t only have positive things to say, you know? Let’s give it a go! Knox of Iviland, the most ruthless warrior in All War history, has spent his life fighting others to the death, winning new realms for his king. Now…

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