Tag: Fantasy Romance

  • Bone Island: Book of Danvers by Nicole Fiorina

    Nicole Fiorina has crafted a love story for the ages. Her writing so beautiful and whimsical it puts love ballads to shame.

  • Fourth Wing by Rebecca Yarros

    It has an actual fantasy plot that has good world building, firmly establishes a dynamic magic system and includes amazing characters with tremendous growth and development.

  • Title: DariusSeries: Black Dagger Brotherhood #0.5Author: J.R. WardRelease Date: July 19, 2022Genre: Romance, FantasyRating: ★★★★ Thank you to Simon & Schuster Audio for sending me an advance copy of this audiobook!

  • Half a Soul by Olivia Atwater

    Half a Soul by Olivia Atwater

    Half a Soul is the perfect blend of the traditional fae and the regency era social season. It blends the two together to create a fantasy tale that will capture your attention from the first page.

  • Hollow Heathens by Nicole Fiorina

    We’ve just barely scratched the surface with this new world and I can’t wait to explore it more while also meeting new characters and seeing old ones grow in the background.

  • Gleam by Raven Kennedy

    Gleam by Raven Kennedy

    Book three and this series has finally hit its stride. These books have just been missing a few key elements that were finally found in Gleam.

  • Gild by Raven Kennedy

    Gild by Raven Kennedy

    Gild is a King Midas retelling with hints of fae, a chapter of smut and some very triggering scenes. It comes off as sexist but also discusses what it’s like to be a woman living in a mans world.

  • Interview with Jennifer L. Armentrout

  • A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire by Jennifer L. Armentrout

    Kingdom of Flesh and Fire had everything you could ever ask for in a book; enemies to lovers romance, hot sexy scenes and a plot that was intriguing.

  • From Blood and Ash by Jennifer L. Armentrout

    Overall I loved From Blood and Ash. I can get past the pacing and world-building issues because the characters themselves were so well written and I loved them.

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