3 Books That Hit My Radar Pt. 6

I found more books.

Well, they found me. That’s probably the more apt statement because I didn’t go searching for any of these books. Ads on social media are going to be the death of my savings, I swear. I own all these books, because I’m weak and because they sound like really good reads. All three of these are right up my alley of what I’m interested in reading right now. And maybe they’re something you’d be interested too!

I do these posts on that hope – the hope that these are books that might interest you all.

With that being said, I hope you check these books out! If you do read them, or have read them, let me know your thoughts! Also, let me know if you enjoy these kinds of posts – if you want more of them.


The Faceless Mage (Legends of Abriea #1) – Kenley Davidson

He’ll protect her with his last breath…
Until she becomes his next target.


Leisa’s ambitions used to be simple. Guard the princess. Hide her magic. Wait for her family to return.

But all of that changes when her king demands that she use her unique abilities to spy on the rival kingdom of Garimore.

Alone, far from home, and living a lie that grows more perilous by the day, Leisa’s task is complicated by her most dangerous enemy yet—the masked assassin known only as the Raven.

Everyone in the Five Thrones knows to fear him, but the Raven is not what Leisa expected. As silent as he is lethal, he provokes her curiosity as much as her fear, and hides secrets she’s determined to learn.

When her already precarious mission takes a deadly turn, Leisa must evade the Raven himself if she is to succeed. It’s never been done before, but Leisa is nothing if not stubborn. And if she doesn’t become the first to escape his blade, her entire kingdom will pay the price—in blood.


Thief (The Scarred Mage of Roseward #1) – Sylvia Mercedes

A clever thief. A disgraced mage. A kiss of poison…

Don’t miss this “Beauty and the Beast” trilogy!

Peronelle Beck longs for nothing more than to leave behind her thieving ways and pursue a life of honest work. But when her father lands himself neck-deep in debt, Nelle must take on a dangerous job if she hopes to save his life . . . a job that brings her to the shores of Roseward Isle.

For fifteen years, Soran Silveri has fought to suppress the nightmarish monster stalking Roseward. His weapons are few and running low, and the curse placed upon him cripples his once unmatched power. Isolation has driven him to the brink of madness, and he knows he won’t be able to hold on much longer.

When a sharp-tongued, uncouth, and undeniably beautiful young woman shows up on his shore, Soran resolves to drive her away. He won’t be responsible for another death!

But Nelle is equally determined not to be frightened off by the hideously scarred mage. Not until she gets what she came for.


Of Beast and Beauty (Daughters of Eville #1) – Chanda Hahn

Something evil this way comes.
7 Vengeful Sisters
7 Fairytale Kingdoms
7 Daughters of Eville

Everyone dreams of marrying a prince—except for me. I am nothing more than a pawn in my adoptive mother’s diabolical plot against the seven kingdoms.I was the chosen tool, her sharpened blade that would cut the deepest into the heart of the Kingdom of Baist. But like all deadly weapons, my wedding is two-edged sword that could cost me my soul.

For I am Rosalie, one of the adopted daughters of Lady Eville, and it is my duty to enter into a loveless and hate-filled marriage with the narcissistic Crown Prince of Baist. My choices and heart are not my own to give. Yet even in the thick of dire situations, beastly vengeance can give way to beautiful attraction.

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