Another darkly beautiful romantic fantasy by the talented Hannah F. Whitten.
Book Tour Review: The Sparrow and the Oak Tree by Jamie Jackson
Synopsis Unicorns don’t exist, and dragons aren’t real, but the Fae are. And they are to be feared. Or so the tales say. As the sole sorceress within the Lion King’s court and kingdom, Isolde is valued for her power, provided she fulfills the king’s commands. Her task? Deal with a child who has emerged […]
Review: A Gamble of Gods (The Order of the Dragon #1) by Mitriel Faywood
Faywood blends so many different elements into A Gamble of Gods and it is quite unique compared to so many other books I’ve read in the SFF genres. There’s fantasy, romance, science fiction, and comedy facets that all work to make this something fresh.
Review: The Daughters of Izdihar (The Alamaxa Duology #1) by Hadeer Elsbai
SYNOPSIS: From debut author Hadeer Elsbai comes the first book in an incredibly powerful new duology, set wholly in a new world, but inspired by modern Egyptian history, about two young women–Nehal, a spoiled aristocrat used to getting what she wants and Giorgina, a poor bookshop worker used to having nothing–who find they have far […]
Review: Anthesis by Lauren Elizabeth
Synopsis Anthesis is the dark, alluring and tragic tale of the sirens who were cursed to kill for eternity. As an immortal siren, Aglasia grapples with her body’s desire to enchant, kill and feed on men, all while pretending to be human. When the chaotic and secretive siren Rossa forces herself into Aglasia’s life, she […]
Review: One Dark Window by Rachel Gillig
Gothic romantic fantasy with tarot-inspired magic system. Perfect for an October read!
Book Tour and Review: Pink Guitars and Falling Stars (Rockin’ Fairy Tales #1) by Leslie O’Sullivan
Hello and welcome to my stop on the Escapist Book Tours run of Pink Guitars and Falling Stars by Leslie O’Sullivan! I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and I hope that by the end of this, you’re convinced to give it a shot. Special thanks to the author for the review copy!
Ledge (The Glacial Trilogy #1) by Stacey McEwan
Synopsis In a place known as The Ledge, a civilization is trapped by a vast chasm and sheer mountain face. Rations are small, living is tough and there is no way to escape without befalling a deathly drop. What’s more, every season the people must present themselves as a human sacrifice to the Glacians – […]
Realm of Lore and Lies (Fair Ones #1) by Claire Wright
Synopsis In a land that harbours two realms, magical creatures and dangerous games are a way of life and death for the travelling Fianna clans. It is an honour to visit Tír na nÓg, even if the price is pretending Fair Ones don’t hunt humans for sport. Ireland native Aisling never imagined she’d be alone, […]
Review: The Ballad of Never After (Once Upon A Broken Heart #2) by Stephanie Garber
Garber’s prose is easy to read as much as it is lyrical and evocative, and her metaphors, even when a little over the top, still render her imagery amazingly, after all, their flair does fit in with the overall vibe of this story.
Review: The Book of Gothel by Mary McMyne
The Book of Gothel is beautifully woven, and full of depth and compassion. It’s adventurous, and manages to be classic and modern all at once, giving life to Mother Gothel.
Review: Ledge (The Glacian Trilogy #1) by Stacey McEwan
The perfect novel for the fantasy romance lover, with marginalized people rising up to fight the powerful creatures intent on using them as sacrifice.