Books That Hit My Radar #13

I have some more new to me books to share with y’all!

I already bought Pawn, because look at that cover – it’s eye-catching. And I’m definitely going to be buying Crown of Secrets and Gild once I get paid on Friday.

Finding new books to read is like a double-edged sword – really exciting and the desire to read is strong, but then life gets in the way and you can’t read them when you want to.

Regardless these are definitely going onto my TBR and bumping up a few spaces. Fingers crossed that I can get to them soon, but in the meantime – check them out and tell me what you think!


Crown of Secrets (The Hidden Mage #1) – Melanie Cellier

Verene is a disappointment to her entire kingdom–the first royal ever born without power, despite her mother being the most powerful mage in history. So when she’s sent to the Academy in neighboring Kallorway to forge ties with her people’s traditional enemies, she’s determined to succeed and prove she can still be of value to her kingdom.

Prince Darius of Kallorway is the strongest mage in his family–and the only reason his weak father is still clinging to his throne. Starting at the Academy at the same time as Verene, the crown prince is cold and distant and shows no desire to connect with her. Instead he seems suspicious of both her presence and her claimed lack of power.

Surrounded by unfamiliar politics and long-held enemies, Verene discovers that some at the Academy want her gone by whatever means necessary. As the threats grow ever more sinister, she starts to question all of her assumptions. The hardened prince might just be her best hope of survival and–even more shockingly–he might be right about her power. If Verene wants to survive Kallorway and the Academy, she must uncover her hidden powers and take her true place among the mages.


Pawn (Night of the Dark Fae #1) – Angela J. Ford

A day will come, when curses will be broken, the lost shall be found, the found shall be lost, and the rift between mortal and celestial will cease to exist.

– Prophecy of Erinyes

Maeve of Carn is a warrior of warriors, but she’s no hero.

Born with superhuman strength she sells her abilities to mercenaries and warlords in exchange for wealth. 

Until the night of the full moon. . . 

In the midst of a raid, led by the warlord she just might be falling in love with, Maeve is taken by the Dark Fae. 

After leaving her to rot in the dungeon of the damned they offer her a deal. Freedom.

If she finds a divine relic rumored to have the power to break all curses. 

Left with no other choice, Maeve sets off on a perilous quest, guided by the Scholar. 


Gild (The Plated Prisoner #1) – Raven Kennedy

The fae abandoned this world to us. And the ones with power rule.

Gold.
Gold floors, gold walls, gold furniture, gold clothes. In Highbell, in the castle built into the frozen mountains, everything is made of gold.
Even me.
King Midas rescued me. Dug me out of the slums and placed me on a pedestal. I’m called his precious. His favored. I’m the woman he Gold-Touched to show everyone that I belong to him. To show how powerful he is. He gave me protection, and I gave him my heart. And even though I don’t leave the confines of the palace, I’m safe.

Until war comes to the kingdom and a deal is struck.
Suddenly, my trust is broken. My love is challenged. And I realize that everything I thought I knew about Midas might be wrong.
Because these bars I’m kept in, no matter how gilded, are still just a cage. But the monsters on the other side might make me wish I’d never left.

The myth of King Midas reimagined. This compelling adult fantasy series is as addictive as it is unexpected. With romance, intrigue, and danger, the gilded world of Orea will grip you from the very first page.

4 thoughts on “Books That Hit My Radar #13

  1. Hi, Aaliya here . So i have tried my hand at writing and my first book is releasing on 3 feb 2021, it is available for pre order. Please do read it for more info see my recent post! Hoping that u will read it and maybe tell me how much you liked it🤗🤗🤗😊💞

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