3 Books that Hit My Radar #30

I told you two (or three) posts ago that I had quite a few recommendations coming your way!

I’m sure I’m not alone in the fact that having a pretty book cross your feed is such a godsend. Then when the synopsis drags you in and you need it right now? It’s the best feeling. And with One-Clicking being entirely too easy and too much power in the hands of a reader, suddenly your Kindle is full of books that you desperately need to read.

I don’t know about you, but my eBook TBR might put my physical one to shame. All these books I recommend to y’all in these posts – I either already own them or will buy them before the month is out. And I get paid on Friday, so…

So, let’s check out these three books –

Wraithwood (The Wraithwood Trilogy #1) – Alyssa Roat

There are few things that will make me buy a book faster than “Arthurian Legend”. I’d be lying if I said that I’d need more to sell me on this book. But it sounds fantastic, and I cannot wait to read it. But seriously? Mansion, estranged uncle, magic and bloodthirsty wizards? Sign me up.

City of Thorns (The Demon Queen Trials #1) – C.N. Crawford

I mean, do I need to say more? Read the synopsis and get back to me. Like, I’m tempted to see if this has an audiobook so I can download it and listen while at work.

Made From Death (The Darkest Queens #1) – Rebecca Grey

Y’all, it sounds like we’re all sleeping on this book. The title alone makes me giddy with anticipation and then you read Because she’s been resurrected with one job to complete. Kill the queens.” And omfg.

Make sure you add them to your TBR’s and if you’ve read them, let me know your thoughts in the comments! And let me know if I’ve convinced you to buy them – I mean, for the covers alone, they should be on shelves.


Wraithwood (The Wraithwood Trilogy #1) – Alyssa Roat

An estranged uncle, a mysterious mansion, and Arthurian legend–together they lead to a world of magic and bloodthirsty wizards who want teenage Brinnie dead.

Brynna “Brinnie” Lane has always lived a quiet life under the watchful eye of her hovering mother–until she’s sent off for the summer to live with an uncle she didn’t know she had. While her parents get to travel across the globe, she’ll be spending three months in the middle of nowhere: upstate New York. It looks like she might spend the entire summer friendless with her nose in a book.

However, she soon finds that Wraithwood Estate, her uncle’s creepy old mansion, holds as many secrets as the man himself. When Brinnie is warned not to explore any of it, her curiosity only grows. As unnatural events take place and Brinnie hears whispers of a hidden war, she must unravel the truth about her family’s mysterious past if she wants to survive.

Something terrible happened at Wraithwood thirty years ago, and Brinnie is determined to find out what–even if it means confronting the possibility that magic is real.


City of Thorns (The Demon Queen Trials #1) – C.N. Crawford

I never thought I’d be singing happy birthday to myself in a dungeon. And yet when a sinfully sexy demon crashes happy hour, that’s exactly what happens. He’s known as the Lord of Chaos, he’s mistaken me for my succubus doppelgänger.

Happy birthday to me.

When he tastes my blood, he finally understands I’m mortal. And I realize we have something in common: we both crave revenge. So we make a deal: I can stay in the forbidden city to hunt for my mom’s killer. In return, I’ll help him get the vengeance he craves. I just have to pose as a sexy succubus. One problem–he’s my number one suspect.

And that’s increasingly hard to remember as he teaches me my role: seduction. With each heated touch I drift further into peril. And if I fall under his seductive spell, death awaits me.


Made From Death (The Darkest Queens #1) – Rebecca Grey

Death came but didn’t keep her. Even the heavens didn’t want her soul.

Four queens broke their bargain with the gods and for their misdeeds, nature remains unbalanced. To appease a restless country, the queens are looking to marry. Queen Sienna is first in line to choose a husband as she hosts the start of the highly anticipated royal parties.

While the queens worry about their events and keeping the Fae at bay, one woman is sneaking into their castles. She’s striking a deal with a warlock. She’s watching every move they make.

Because she’s been resurrected with one job to complete.

Kill the queens.

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