April reads

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Hello, May!

With April now behind us, it’s time for a list of all the lovelies I read the previous month. As always, an asterisk marks a re-read (and the ebooks had to, unfortunately, skip the photoshoot).

Here we go:

💎 Angelfall (Ee)
💎 Seers Stone (Evans)
💎 A Court of Thorns and Roses (Maas)*
💎 Heart of Time (MacKinnon)
💎 Captive (Lane)
💎 The Pleasure Hound (Johnson)
💎 Deadly Desire (Arthur)*
💎 The Last Magician (Maxwell)
💎 World After (Ee)
💎 End of Days (Ee)
💎 Poison Princess (Cole)
💎 Sire (Lane)
💎 To Raise a Clenched Fist to the Sky (Thorn Coyle)

The Iron Head Trilogy: Limited Time 99c sale

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From USA Today bestselling authors Gaja J. Kos & Boris Kos

A fairy tale retelling of traditional Serbian lore, filled with secrets, lies, magic, and love

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In a world of courts and mercenaries, Andalia has chosen to belong to the latter, placing her trust in her skills and the company she keeps.

But when the line between royals and killers begins to blur, when the carefully crafted veils of the world start to recede, the danger grows beyond what her blades can handle.

Fighting the shackles of this new life, Andalia discovers an unlikely ally.

A young prince, walking on a knife-edge between salvation and talons of darkness, wishing to rip his kingdom apart.

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The epic conclusion to The Iron Head Trilogy out now!

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The Bird marks the end of Andalia’s and Maer’s journey through the secrets, dangers, and history of Lianthe. So I kindly invite you to enter the world of courts and mercenaries, the world of love and deceit one last time, and see what the Winds have in store for the mercenary princess and the heir to Emberya’s throne.

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Release day: The Heart

The second title in The Iron Head Trilogy is now LIVE on all platforms!

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While Maer struggles to secure a prosperous future for Emberya, Andalia had already forgone fighting for her own. Gowns instead of shackles, she is trapped in the exact life she had tried to escape.

 The one thing she hadn’t counted on, however, was to find a friend in her enemy’s son.

 As they help each other survive the games of court, Maer and Andalia realize the king’s actions impact far more than just their individual fates. But even that is only the beginning…

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The Fox now live!

Last chance to snag a copy of The Fox for only 99c!

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Today marks the release day of the first book in the epic fantasy fairy tale retelling The Iron Head Trilogy. 

Delve into the world of mercenaries, royalty, betrayal, and secrets; into the world that may not exactly be what it seems at first glance, and follow the path of two individuals, destined to fight the slithering darkness that threatens to take over their land.

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*Offer valid until February 26th

COVER REVEAL: The Fox

I am so, so excited to show you the cover art for the first book in the YA fantasy fairy tale retelling The Iron Head Trilogy.

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February Book Recommendations

Since February is slowly coming to an end,  I decided to compile a short list of books I recommend. Some are titles I read this month, some are titles I had read a long time ago, but are still vivid in my mind.

So if you’re looking for some inspiration on what to read next, scroll down.

Sarah J. Maas: A Court of Thorns and Roses

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I read this title a while ago, but since the release date of the second book is fastly approaching, I figured I’d put it on the list so potential readers can get a head start.

I have read Maas’ Throne of Glass series and loved it, so I was naturally interested in a completely new storyline from the author. Well, I certainly wasn’t disappointed.

ACOTAR is a YA fantasy novel, although it reads more like a NA one, which is a big plus for me. The book drew me in from page one, held my attention right to the very end and left me checking the internet for the release date of A Court of Mist and Fury. The Fae world Maas creates is mesmerising, the perfect mix of visual appeal and intrigue. and the characters are well-written.

An excellent aspect of this book is that it can be appealing to those who like high fantasy as well as to readers who aren’t all that fond of the genre. I have friends in both categories and so far, neither complained even a bit.

C. S. Pacat: The Captive Prince

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I read this gem earlier this month and promptly ordered the second book in the series. Although historical fiction isn’t exactly my cup of tea, I found myself unable to part with it after a few chapters.

The story itself is captivating and the M/M romantic aspect is a breeze to read after all the F/M fiction I have encountered in the past few months. But what I was particularly fond of is the fact that the book doesn’t stop just there.

Although set in the background (at least so far) are visible F/F pairings as well as a strong underlying bisexual aspect. For that last one alone I wanted to smack a kiss on the cover.

Ilona Andrews: On the Edge

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Don’t be fooled by the cover. On the Edge is a charming urban/rustic fantasy novel, filled with mystery, action and romance. The world building is one of the best ones I have seen so far given the relatively short page count. If you decide to read it, you’ll know what I mean.

Set as the first title of a four book series about The Edge, a place between The Broken (that would be our magic-free world) and The Weird (a mirror image of our world, but ruled by magic), On the Edge is a wonderful introduction as well as a captivating stand-alone book.

But a word of advice: if you do decide to read the series, do it in order. Because even though each title follows its own storyline and has its own main characters, they are still linked to the previous books. Nothing truly major, but you may find yourself in the dark pertaining certain details.