Succulents and Spells is an adorable f/f contemporary fantasy full of sweetness, magic and monster science!
Today’s my stop on the Rhythm of War blog tour! I’m thrilled to be bringing you a somewhat unusual review – my thoughts on the first hundred pages, which I had a chance to sample early!
A sweet and fluffy epilogue to my favourite Regency fantasy series, Frostgilded is absolutely perfect comfort reading!
Remember how much I enjoyed Handheld Press’s anthology of Weird fiction by female writers (review here if you missed it)? Well, there’s a second volume, and it’s just as fascinatingly eerie!
So, this is a bit of a weird review: I know I posted a review of this book when I initially read it in January 2019, but when I went looking for the link to put into my review of book two, I can’t find it anywhere! So this is something of a re-review, slightly cobbled together with some thoughts from my original notes, and some from the reread I just did to prepare for reading the sequel. I’m baffled… but anyway, don’t let that distract from how much I loved Master of Sorrows!
This is a very belated review, but that’s entirely a reflection on my life going haywire, because I raced through this fantastic adventure!
I really enjoyed Soulkeeper earlier this year (see my review here) so when I held a round of #ConquerAChonker a couple of weeks ago, I knew I was in for a treat with its sequel, Ravencaller!
I really enjoyed book four in the Sons of Sigurd series (see my review of Redeeming Her Viking Warrior here) so I was excited to see how the story and mystery wrapped up in book five, Tempted By Her Viking Enemy!
I loved My Fake Rake, the first book in Eva Leigh’s Union of the Rakes series, which spices up Regency romance with pop culture references from the 1980s, so I’m really excited to be on the blog tour for book two, Would I Lie To The Duke!
It’s my stop on the Grave Secrets blog tour today, and I’m thrilled to introduce you to this funny mystery full of sexy vampires, dark humour, and croquet!