This cosy, cottagecore f/f fantasy romance is going to tick a lot of boxes for a lot of people – I loved it!Continue reading “Review: Spellbound by Ophelia Silk”
I was a huge fan of DN Bryn’s Our Bloody Pearl (as you can see from my review!), so when I saw they were returning to the world of These Treacherous Tides for the start of a new series, I was delighted!Continue reading “Blog Tour: Once Stolen by DN Bryn”
Sometimes what you need is a book so warm and heartfelt that reading it feels like your brain is nestled in a comfortable armchair by a roaring fire, and if that’s what you’re in the mood for, then Heart of Stone is the perfect fit.Continue reading “Review: Heart of Stone”
Everything about this book sounded like it was going to be exactly my kind of thing (sign me up for any and all f/f fairy tale political fantasy!) and it really hit the spot!
You ever just read a book so perfect for you that it’s like the author wrote it on spec to your preferences? Yeah, this book is EXACTLY what I’m looking for in a YA fantasy.
A delightfully queer tale of soft pirates and fierce sirens, filled with kindness and adventure and excellent rep… Our Bloody Pearl is an absolute treasure!
When this book popped up on NetGalley, my interest was piqued by the cool cover, and then the more I read of the description, the better it sounded! M/m paranormal romance set in 1920s New York? It’s as fun as it looks…
I went into this book pretty blind apart from the fact that it was about orc lesbians and necromancy – and I feel like that’s a damn good reason to pick something up!
Listen, I was sold on this book the second someone said the words: “Gay space King Arthur”.
At this point, when I see a new queer fantasy pop up on NetGalley from NineStar Press, I’m requesting before I’ve even really registered it! So far it seems to be working well, because A Deceptive Alliance is a wonderful fluffy fantasy romance which I absolutely adored.