Today I’m doing the Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag to share some of the books I’ve enjoyed this first half of 2020! Read the Post
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Robin Locksley is dead. Before he ever had a chance to become Robin Hood, he’s killed in the Crusades, a nameless soldier. His mourning betrothed is enraged at the mistreatment of the peasants from Robin’s hometown and dons his cloak to take action. Before long, rumors of Robin’s ghost or impersonator spread, and Marian is faced with a difficult decision. Read the Review
Join me in celebrating the cover reveal of Michelle M. Bruhn’s new dragon fantasy!
Milo was looking forward to a quiet Christmas break filled with family traditions and time spent with his adoptive parents. But when guests start appearing unexpectedly at his family’s hotel often frequented by smugglers, it becomes clear that this will be a Christmas like no other. Read the Review
*WARNING! This review may contain spoilers for the first book in the series!* The Society returns! When Mr. Benedict creates a scavenger hunt for the Society and then falls out of communication, the team fears he may have been captured by the nefarious Mr. Curtain! After all, they’re both searching for the only plant that could cure their narcolepsy-duskwort! Read the Review
Seventy years the elven prince has been lost to the darkness, assumed dead by his
people and endlessly broken for a book that connects to the hidden realm of his ancestors, a land
untouched by evil.
And now a light in the shadows. A chance for freedom. But those willing to help him come from
the unlikeliest of worlds.
The orphan girl, yearning for a loving family, and the boy who won't leave her side. A healer
maiden given an unexpected chance for a life beyond narrowed expectations. A grieving creature
flown far from home.
They all search for something and now their fates are tied to his. If their quest for life can pull
him from the dark mire in which his soul drowns, then perhaps he can be saved.
Or else he will drag them all down to a fate worse than death.
*Warning! This synopsis and review may contain spoilers for book 1, Mark of the Raven!*
Grand Lady of House Maris and Lady of Ravenwood, Selene must decide where her true alliances lie. Will she follow the Dark Lady or search for the Light? Will Selene protect House Ravenwood or forsake her homeland to protect the other houses from the Dominia Empire? Will she if she will be forever trapped in a loveless marriage or open her heart to the man she intended to murder? Read the Review
Four children gifted in unique ways are mysteriously brought together to save the world from the elusive Ledroptha Curtain. If his dastardly plan succeeds, he will be able to control the thoughts and patterns of the world. But the affable Mr. Benedict hopes to foil his scheme with the help of Reynie Muldoon, Sticky Washington, Kate Wetherall, and Constance Contraire. Read the Review
Warning! This review contains spoilers for the first book in the series, The Crescent Stone!
Madeline Oliver is back in our world, but her health is quickly failing. The Sunlit Lands are desperate for healing. Some would have the magic reset, others would have it renewed in favor of the Eleneil, and the Scim want its power to seek revenge against the Elenil who enslaved them. Madeline searches for a way to return and reset the magic of the Sunlit Lands before it’s too late. Read the Review
Category: Miscellaneous MusingsGreetings! Here’s Part 2 of the 20 classic books I’m looking forward to reading in 2020. If you missed part one, here it is: 2020 Classics TBR (Part 1/2) Like the previous...