So many book ads.
All my social media platforms are sending book ads my way – a lot of high fantasy book ads.
They know I’m a sucker and will probably, most likely, almost definitely will buy the book.
I was going to have a review for you today, but I didn’t quite finish the book, so you’ll have to look for that in the near future. But today, I’m going to share with you a book that I’ve seen so many ads for – especially over on Facebook. I’ve been seeing ads for this book for a while, but I was kind of skeptical, and then I saw the cover for book 2 and now I think I need to own them.
I also finally searched it on Goodreads and Amazon, and I swear, if you say “this book is for fans of SJM or high fantasy in general” then just take my money.
I’m not even ashamed to admit that. I’ve found some really amazing high fantasy reads because they were comped to SJM.
I know what I like.
I’ve already added this book to my cart and thank god I get paid Friday because the number of books in my cart is getting a little out of hand. But, let me bring this book to your attention, and convince you to add it to your TBR’s!
A Secret In Onyx (Onyx Trilogy #1) – Jessica Florence
Everything I knew died when the end of the world came. People dropped dead, and electricity vanished. Those who remained alive were never the same again.
While on the run with my boyfriend Tor across the desolate continent, the worst humanity had left attacked. Torn from the one I love, I boldly raced for help at the last human safe zone.
Only it’s not humans I found, but the Fae.
Now I have one month to rescue my boyfriend and release a savior princess from an onyx tomb or lose them both forever. A seemingly impossible task when Rune, a cursed, pain in the ass Fae warrior is assigned to train me. He’s hellbent on freeing his beloved princess and I’m desperate to save Tor. But no matter how hard we snarl during training; we can’t stay away from each other.
I thought the worst thing that could happen to me was the apocalypse.
I was wrong
I mean, post-apocalyptic fantasy – sign me tf up! I don’t have any clue why I’ve ignored the ads for this book so long. I’m a huge SF/dystopian fan and I’m finding more and more books that combine that with high fantasy and I’m so totally here for it. Do these kinds of books have their own genre? I don’t know, but I do know that I will be buying this book.
I’m seriously going to have to go on a book buying ban – it’s insane the number of books that I’ve bought in the last two months.
Let me know if you’ve read this book, heard of it, or if I’ve convinced you to add it to your TBR!