Writer Asks!

It’s been a while since I’ve done a sort of “Get to Know Me” post – so I figured now is the perfect time. Also, with work hopefully leveling out, and having started writing/getting inspired to write, I figured that a writer-ly get to know me was overdue. I know I do my writing update posts just about every month, but they’re more of a check in, versus these are my preferences/how I write.

I saw this initially on Twitter in the format of “one like for one question answered” and I just grabbed the screenshot so I could do it over here on my blog. There are quite a few questions – 30 to be exact – so let’s dive in.

This is in no way a tag, but please feel free to answer the questions if you want! Answer them all, or just some – and feel free to tag me in your post if you do answer them! I’d love to read your answers! I don’t know who originally created the questions, but the graphic was floating around on Twitter. Continue reading “Writer Asks!”

Book Review: Gods & Monsters (Serpent & Dove #3)

Title: Gods & Monsters

Author: Shelby Mahurin

Pub. Date: July 27, 2021

Pages: 624

Pub: HarperTeen

Genre: YA Paranormal Fantasy Romance

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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The spellbinding conclusion to the New York Times and IndieBound bestselling trilogy Serpent & Dove. This stunning fantasy take on French witches and forbidden love is perfect for fans of Sarah J. Maas.

Evil always seeks a foothold. We must not give it one.

After a heartbreaking loss, Lou, Reid, Beau, and Coco are bent on vengeance more than ever before—and none more so than Lou.

But this is no longer the Lou they thought they knew. No longer the Lou that captured a chasseur’s heart. A darkness has settled over her, and this time it will take more than love to drive it out.
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Book Review: Dark Seduction (Vampire Royals of New York #2)

Title: Dark Seduction

Author: Sarah Piper

Pub. Date: October 30, 2020

Pages: 370

Pub: Two Gnomes Media

Genre: Paranormal Fantasy Romance

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.5

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Betraying the vampire king has deadly consequences. But what if you crave the punishment?

Charlotte…


Get in, get the intel, get out. And above all, don’t get noticed.
As a master thief, Charley D’Amico lived by those rules… until she screwed up and fell in love with her mark—a sexy, commanding vampire king whose cravings are as dark as his secrets.

She should be running for her life.

Instead, she’s running into his arms. Into his bed. Into his punishing, demanding mouth.
Bad idea? Definitely. But if anyone can help Charley take down her vicious uncle and keep her sister out of danger, it’s Dorian Redthorne…

Assuming he doesn’t kill her first.

Dorian…

For vampire king Dorian Redthorne, love and betrayal have always gone hand in hand.
Charlotte D’Amico is no different. Her dark, sinful seduction was all a lie.

Dorian should kill her. Tear the bloody heart from her chest.

But when she comes to him for help destroying the man who controls her life—a man working for House Redthorne’s mortal enemies—there’s no way he’ll turn her down.
No way he’ll let her back into his bed, either.
How can he? He’s the immortal vampire king, and she’s a devious little traitor.
And traitors must be punished.

All. Night. Long.
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July’21 & Aug’21 eBook Haul

I can’t tell you want happened, other than One-Clicking to purchase book is so damn dangerous. I just kind of went a little crazy? A little click happy? I don’t know.

I do know that my eyes are clearly bigger than my wallet, because I know for a fact that I won’t read most of these any time soon…like at all. Despite wanting to.

I really need to lay off the book buying…unless they’re audiobooks, since they’re all I seem to have time for anymore.

But anyways, let’s jump in and see what eBooks I’ve bought in the last two months. Continue reading “July’21 & Aug’21 eBook Haul”

Aug’21 Wrap Up

Okay, so I might have inhaled quite a lot of books last month.

Like, so many.

Most of them were really good and I found some new favorites. Favorites that I can’t stop thinking about and I’m desperately waiting and wishing for the next books to be out on audio so I can listen to them at work.

I even started a Throne of Glass series re-read, which wasn’t something I was planning to do. But I was struggling to get into anything, so I just decided to go for it. And honestly, it’s been great.

Since I did read so many, we’re going to keep this intro short – and just dive right in.


55458571. sy475 Dark Seduction (Vampire Royals of New York #2) – Sarah Piper 

Audiobook Finished: August 1, 2021   / 5 / Review TK / GR

“[…] Their relationship in this book was really good and leaves you feeling all sorts of things, but at the same time, I was a tad disappointed. I wanted a little more from Dorian. I know he kind of overreacts to Charley’s “betrayal” but I love drama, and I wanted to see more of his angry resolve. And while it’s not entirely fair to Charley, I’m a sucker for drama, and watching her lightly suffer at Dorian’s adamant refusal of her was just so good.

So dramatic.

It raised the tension, and I just ate it up.

And I really liked that we get a hint at Dorian’s darker, more animalistic side. It’s just a hint, just a tease, but omfg. I don’t want to say it leaves you wanting more, because civilized Dorian is so damn yummy, but it cements the idea of just how dangerous these vampires are.

Then there’s the spice – and phew. Dorian doesn’t play around.

I also really loved the expansion of the world – we get the werewolves now, and the grey’s (vamps whose base instinct is to fuck, feed, kill). And I love that Charley’s sister gets a bigger role, and she meet’s the Redthorne’s. Her practically instant friendship with Aiden just furthers my belief that he’s amazing and a fantastic friend.”


55283560. sy475 Bonded Fate (Guardians of the Maiden #2) – Beck Michaels         

eARC Finished: August 3, 2021 / 4.5 / Review  / GR

“[…] Let’s see if I can put thoughts into words, other than “fucking go read this book”.

I loved the characters in this book – Zev needs hugs. So many hugs. He needs someone to cradle him in their arms and run their hand over his hair to soothe him. While everyone had their share of plights, hardships and trauma in this book – Zev is so lost. It hurts my soul that he’s hurting so much.

But then there’s that scene towards the end with Cassiel – fuck me. My heart broke. Actually, I guess that’s a two part heartbreak. He’s dealing with some internal shit as well, and he messes up so many times. But it’s part of the reason I love him so much. For someone who thinks he knows everything, he’s so utterly clueless, and it’s equally endearing and aggravating. Honestly, I don’t know how Dyna deals with him.

Beck just said, “Hold my drink and watch me rip out my readers hearts”.”


50022883. sy475 Defy the Night (Defy the Night #1) – Brigid Kemmerer         

ARC Finished: August 3, 2021 / 5 / Review / GR

“[…] The way I fell into this book, wholly and completely.

I inhaled it.

The first 100 pages leaves you reeling.

Seriously.

Ask Brigid. I hit roughly that 100 page mark and I was madly texting her emotional reactions. Because omfg. Y’all aren’t ready.

She told me “don’t throw it” in regards to my reaction – talking about the book. Because y’all, its throw your book worthy in like, the best way possible.

You instantly fall in love with Wes and Tessa. You can’t not. It’s impossible. From the moment they hit the page, I knew I would be sunk.

Then you also have Corrick, Quint and Harristan and you end up loving them as well.  Quint is truly going to be a favorite and I might be putting him in a basket with Tycho as Characters To Protect At All Costs. The boys need a friend, and Quint is that person. Nothing can happen to him. Okay Brigid? Leave Quint alone. Please.”


26570784. sx318 Barbarian Mine (Ice Planet Barbarians #4) – Ruby Dixon

eBook Finished: August 4, 2021 / 3 / GR

Why, why am I a sucker for a captive romance? Almost a Beauty and the Beast type plot? Like, what in the Stockholm Syndrome is wrong with me? While this wasn’t my favorite book, I think this is the one where I really started to reevaluate my thoughts and feelings on the series. while they’re definitely kind of mindless reads, as the world expands, more characters are introduced and the stakes getting higher, the more interested and invested I am. Ruhk and Harlow are – I don’t want to say adorable, because that doesn’t sound right, but they work so well together. He’s been alone for so long, and then he finds her, and just reading about how they grow to care for each other – I definitely enjoyed this book. 


54776578In the Same Boat – Holly Green 

ARC Finished: August 4, 2021 / 4.5 / Review / GR

“[…] But Sadie and Cully are so fantastic. I loved their chemistry and the flashbacks to their past and their friendship. I loved how they still knew each other, but also learned so much about the other person. It made for a really interesting and emotional dynamic. Sadie is a badass, she is so driven, so motivated. She’s out to prove herself and it’s pretty inspiring. When everything and the person she wants to impress the most is seemingly against her, she doesn’t back down. Even when it gets hard and she wants to quit, she pushes through.

Her journey of self-discovery and what the race means to her – what finishing means – is so good.

Like Sadie, I loved Cully. He had his own demons, his own struggles which are shown in the flashbacks. His reasons for doing the race are pretty similar to Sadie’s. He has something to prove. The history they share – the history their families share shaped who they are, who he is. They have so much baggage, it’s amazing they work so well together.”


56483061. sy475 Gild (The Plated Prisoner #1) – Raven Kennedy  

Paperback Finished: August 5, 2021 / 4 / Review / GR

“[…] This really didn’t live up to the hype BookTok gives it, but it was still an enjoyable read, nonetheless. I pretty much inhaled it in one sitting on the beach. It’s a pretty quick read. With the way people talked about this book, I was expecting more. It’s not really spicy, tbh. Yeah, there’s graphic sex on the page, but it didn’t really elicit any kind of reaction. I think my opinion is going to change come book 2, but book one really didn’t meet my expectations. People really hyped this book up – and I think on some level – that’s a detriment.

That being said, I was completely transported into this world. I was so easily sucked in and captivated. I had no problems envisioning what was happening, what the world looked like, all of it.”


28002882. sy475 Ice Planet Holiday (Ice Planet Barbarians #5) – Ruby Dixon

eBook Finished: August 6, 2021 / 3.5 / GR

This was the book where I started to change my opinion on the series. While this is a pretty fluffy filler book, plot is starting to sneak in – and not going to lie – the characters have definitely started growing on me. I’m probably way more invested that I ought to be, but oh well.

I just loved the warm fuzzy feeling I got reading this book. I’m not going to lie, I did a little eye rolling when I first saw that there were holiday installments in this series, but I loved this.


28096224. sy475 Barbarian’s Prize (Ice Planet Barbarians #6) – Ruby Dixon

eBook Finished: August 9, 2021 / 3.5 / GR

I’m all for books with no plot and just spice, but I’ll admit that I’m glad that these books are building up some more plot. It might not be incredibly deep or complex, but it’s there. There’s internal and external conflict – it’s not just humans and blue aliens fucking…which is a sentence I never thought I’d type. But here we are. I liked Tiffany and Salukh. She’s got her own trauma is just trying to survive. I also like that he’s willing to be her friend – even if that’s all she’ll ever ask of him. I really loved that aspect of their relationship. He went against his nature to just be there for her, and if I didn’t melt.  


55856898. sy475 Dark Obsession (Vampire Royals of New York #3) – Sarah Piper 

Audiobook Finished: August 10, 2021 / 5 / Review TK / GR

This was a fantastic ending. I mean, seriously. I’ve loved this whole trilogy and this last book was just so good. It was stuffed full of more tender scenes, more action packed scenes, so much drama and heartache. It had everything you could possibly want. Charley and Dorian are still so delicious together. I know it’s not healthy to be jealous of a fictional character, but damn. I am. Legit, I have such a crush on Dorian LOL – it’s fine.

I couldn’t have asked for a better end. After the little reveal at the end of book 2 I had no idea what to expect – and I’m not complaining. 100% check this book/series out. I’m not kidding. Sarah Piper knows how to write a book that immediately sucks you in and keeps you enthralled.


52535769. sy475 Gods & Monsters (Serpent & Dove #3) – Shelby Mahurin     

Audiobook Finished: August 11, 2021 / 5 / Review TK / GR

“[…] Mahurin transported me directly into this world. It didn’t matter that I didn’t immediately remember plot details, the world came to life instantly in my mind. I had no problems imaging what was happening – scenes unfolded and played out like a movie.

Honestly, I loved this book. There were moments where things felt a little disjointed, but I enjoyed the ride. Even when I wasn’t 100% sure what was happening, I was enjoying myself. I fell in love with Lou, Reid and Co in the first book, and I still love them by the end. It was just such a good story, a good journey and I loved going on it. I’m sad that the trilogy is now over, and I definitely plan on rereading them in the future – probably will do the audiobooks again (Serpent & Dove for the first time). Book 1 was amazing, book 2 good, but this third book…so many elements that added drama and I loved it. The stakes were high as were the rewards and I can honestly say that I couldn’t ask for a better ending.”


35155381. sx318 Song of the Forever Rains (Mousai #1) – E.J. Mellow   

Audiobook Finished: August 13, 2021 / 5 / Review TK / GR

Okay, so put this book on your radar. Like, right now. Hell, drop what you’re currently reading and pick this up. I’d heard really good things, and I’d read some of Mellow’s stuff before, but I wasn’t prepared for just how much I was going to love this book. It’s kind of moody and atmospheric. Kind of gave off some gothic vibes – like pair high fantasy with a dark gothic atmosphere – and that’s this book. I will admit that I thought it was going to be a bit spicier than it was, but I’m in no way really complaining. I loved every minute of this book, and I’m counting down the days until book 2 is out on Audible.


56305959. sy475 Heart of Thorns (Vampire Royals of New York: Gabriel #1) – Sarah Piper    

Audiobook Finished: August 14, 2021 / 5 / Review TK / GR

So, this picks up pretty much right after Dark Obsession and let me tell you how much I freaked the fuck out when I learned that moody, short temper traumatized Gabriel was getting his own trilogy. And that it was enemies to lovers. Like, yes please, sign me up. Gabriel and Jacinda are so good, their chemistry so good. I also really loved that it does take place after the events of Dorian’s series. I was a bit sad to see them go, but he and Charley are still in this series. I love when authors do this and I loved this first book. The Redthorne brothers are to die for, honestly.


55684888Born at Dawn (Da’Valia Trilogy #1) – Christina Davis

Audiobook Finished: August 17, 2021 / 4.5 / Review TK / GR

This had been sitting on my shelf for a while, but when I saw that the audio had come out – I jumped on it. I was honestly pleasantly surprised. I enjoyed this more than I initially thought I would when I first went into it. But I was sucked in, everything was super vivid and bright in my mind. I had no problems picturing the setting. I did struggle just a bit to picture the Da’Valia, but it didn’t really bother me that much. I fell in love with the characters and the world. The plot was engaging, and I just wanted to find out what happens next. I’m excited for book 2 and I can’t wait for it to come out.


55688537. sx318 A Dance with the Fae Prince (Married to Magic #2) – Elise Kova

eARC Finished: August 18, 2021 / 5 / Review / GR

“[…] I fell into it.

Completely sunk.

Head over heels.

It’s been two days since I finished it, and I’m still thinking about it. I’m still thinking about how I want more. I loved Katria and Lord Fenwood, so much. I loved that while this was very much a Cinderella retelling, aspects felt a little like the story of  Eros and Psyche. I loved the way their relationship progressed and how Katria bloomed once she was out from under her stepmother’s abuse. I loved how simple their relationship was in the beginning, and how it altered and changed into something much brighter and fierier.

There were moments between them that had me melting, broken hearted and absolutely gushing. The way her hubby cared for her – I loved it.”


57052833. sy475 Unleashing Fire (Fallen Legacies #3) – Julie Hall

Audiobook Finished: August 19, 2021 / 4.5 / Review TK / GR

I’ll admit that I was a bit burnt out with angels/supernatural beings with wings going into this book, but I’d been dying to know what happens next, so I dove in anyways. No regrets. I enjoyed this book. I loved the high stakes and the tension – the drama. So much drama. I loved the twist the author threw in, the explanations of Emberly’s character. I will admit that Steel and Emberly are pretty insta-love-y and I don’t quite buy into their relationship, but I was still eating it up. I’m apparently really easy to please. Godforbid soulmates/fated mates actually exist – because I think I’m fucked LOL. I’m sad that this was the end for these characters and this story, but I enjoyed it.


55858988. sy475 Enchanting the Elven Mage (Kingdoms of Lore #1) – Alisha Klapheke

Audiobook Finished: August 20, 2021 / 2 / Review TK / GR

Yeah. This was a miss quite honestly. I’m bummed that it didn’t live up to my expectations, but I’m also glad that I didn’t go and buy the whole series on kindle like I nearly did so many times. I didn’t like the main character – she was whiny and just overall annoying. the Prince was the most interesting character, but I still didn’t really care for them. And the two of them together weren’t believable at all. I didn’t buy that they had any type of chemistry. And the whole Sleeping Beauty element felt like it was tacked on and felt unnecessary. I really don’t recommend this, but feel free to give it a shot.


53330025. sy475 Sanctum (Blackwater Pack #1) – Hannah McBride      

Audiobook Finished: August 22, 2021 / 5 / Review TK / GR

THIS BOOK. It had no business being as good as it was. I mean that in the best way possible. At first I thought it was just going to be your typical shifter romance, and in some regards it is, but honestly, it’s so much better. I was enthralled. Completely hooked. I mean, I’m dying to read book 2 and I bought it – but I really want the audio – which doesn’t exist yet. I love Remy and Skye. I loved the plot and the tension and the drama. There honestly wasn’t a single part of this that I didn’t inhale. 10/10 recommed. Read this book.


7896527Throne of Glass (Throne of Glass #1) – Sarah J. Maas 

Audiobook Finished: August 24, 2021 / 5 / GR

Well, this wasn’t planned. I tried starting a couple different audiobooks and nothing was holding my interest. I had this audiobook in my library so I just decided to go for it. One, it’s nice being able to just read a book (or series) without needing to review it. And even though I have quite the backlog of posts that it doesn’t really matter, it’s honestly pressure free. This is my first re-read post KOA. I re-read the series right before Kingdom of Ash and knowing what I know, it’s amazing to see the threads that SJM wove through since the beginning. And just like the last time I read this series back to back, I’m reminded of just how amazing it is and now I desperately want a tv show.


17167166Crown of Midnight (Throne of Glass #2) – Sarah J. Maas

Audiobook Finished: August 26, 2021 / 5 / GR

Again, I forgot how good these books are, how good this book is. I forgot how much happened in the beginning – it’s a bit insane. I am unofficially kind of clocking the timeline for this series, since SJM said something like, it happens within a year. And I call BS, sorry lol. I’m not actively trying to timeline it or anything, but as I hear about any big time jumps, I make a little note. But I love Celaena in this – I forgot how sassy she is as Celaena, and just how traumatized as well. I’m having so much fun being back in this world, it’s great.


Rise to the SunRise to the Sun – Leah Johnson  

ARC Finished: August 28, 2021 / 3 / Review / GR

“[…] I really had no expectations going into this book. I know people loved Johnson’s debut, so I was a little excited and the premise did sound pretty good. Unfortunately, I didn’t love this as much as I figured. Early on, I thought that this was going to be something that I ultimately really enjoyed and would recommend to a bunch of people. While I don’t think the book was wholly bad, and there are some really funny and adorable moments, my big complaints are the 3-day timeline, the insta-love element and I didn’t buy into the chemistry between Olivia and Toni.

I think the expedited timeline and insta-love go hand in hand. Unless there is some fantastical, magical, supernatural or something element that can provide a reason for insta-love – I’m not a fan. I’m a firm believer that in a contemporary setting, insta-love isn’t love. It’s lust.”

Book Review: Gild (The Plated Prisoner #1)

56483061. sy475 Title: Gild

Author: Raven Kennedy

Pub. Date: October 16, 2020

Pages: 375

Pub: Not Listed

Genre: NA Fantasy Romance

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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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.

Please Note: This book contains explicit content and darker elements, including mature language, violence, and non-consensual sex. It is not intended for anyone under 18 years of age. This is book one in a series. Continue reading “Book Review: Gild (The Plated Prisoner #1)”

Aug’21 Book Haul

I think I did pretty good last month – in the sense that I didn’t go overboard. I’m actually quite proud of myself!

I’m planning on doing a NetGalley Update post and an eBook Haul post – so those aren’t included. I did manage to snag a few eARCs last month, which surprised me. And I did haul quite a few Ice Planet Barbarians books LOL.

But let’s keep this intro on the shorter side, and jump in to what books I hauled last month! Continue reading “Aug’21 Book Haul”

Book Review: Small Favors

Title: Small Favors

Author: Erin A. Craig

Pub. Date: July 27, 2021

Pages: 480

Pub: Delacorte

Genre: YA Historical Horror Fantasy

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Ellerie Downing lives in the quiet town of Amity Falls in the Blackspire Mountain range–five narrow peaks stretching into the sky like a grasping hand, bordered by a nearly impenetrable forest from which the early townsfolk fought off the devils in the woods. To this day, visitors are few and rare. But when a supply party goes missing, some worry that the monsters that once stalked the region have returned.

As fall turns to winter, more strange activities plague the town. They point to a tribe of devilish and mystical creatures who promise to fulfill the residents’ deepest desires, however grand and impossible, for just a small favor. But their true intentions are much more sinister, and Ellerie finds herself in a race against time before all of Amity Falls, her family, and the boy she loves go up in flames.
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3 Books That Hit My Radar #28

It’s been a hot minute since I’ve done one of these posts. In my month off, I’ve accumulated a decent list – so a bunch of these posts are about to come your way. But for today, I’ve got three new (to me) recommendations for you.

To Bleed a Crystal Bloom (Crystal Bloom #1) – Sarah A. Parker – Ummm, dark Rapunzel retelling? Full of angst? Do I actually need to say more? I honestly had no idea what this was about, I saw the cover and said “ooo pretty” but dark Rapunzel? Be still my heart.

The Wraith and the Rose – C.J. Brightley – Victorian – inspired setting, Fair Folk and a hero saving the day? Yes, please! This sounds amazing but like To Bleed a Crystal Bloom – I initially saw the cover and wanted it because of that alone.

Veil of Truth and Trickery – Analeigh Ford – Reverse Harem with Fae? Y’all I need to start looking up the synopses for books – because I would have picked this up sooner LOL Continue reading “3 Books That Hit My Radar #28”

Book Review: Defy the Night (Defy the Night #1)

Title: Defy the Night

Author: Brigid Kemmerer

Pub. Date: September 14, 2021

Pages: 496

Pub: Bloomsbury YA

Genre: YA SFF Romance

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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From New York Times bestselling author Brigid Kemmerer comes a blockbuster fantasy series about a kingdom divided by corruption, the prince desperately holding it together, and the girl who will risk everything to bring it crashing down.

The kingdom of Kandala is on the brink of disaster. Rifts between sectors have only worsened since a sickness began ravaging the land, and within the Royal Palace, the king holds a tenuous peace with a ruthless hand.

King Harristan was thrust into power after his parents’ shocking assassination, leaving the younger Prince Corrick to take on the brutal role of the King’s Justice. The brothers have learned to react mercilessly to any sign of rebellion–it’s the only way to maintain order when the sickness can strike anywhere, and the only known cure, an elixir made from delicate Moonflower petals, is severely limited.

Out in the Wilds, apothecary apprentice Tessa Cade is tired of seeing her neighbors die, their suffering ignored by the unyielding royals. Every night, she and her best friend Wes risk their lives to steal Moonflower petals and distribute the elixir to those who need it most–but it’s still not enough.

As rumors spread that the cure no longer works and sparks of rebellion begin to flare, a particularly cruel act from the King’s Justice makes Tessa desperate enough to try the impossible: sneaking into the palace. But what she finds upon her arrival makes her wonder if it’s even possible to fix Kandala without destroying it first.

Set in a richly imaginative world with striking similarities to our own, Brigid Kemmerer’s captivating new series is about those with power and those without . . . and what happens when someone is brave enough to imagine a new future.
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