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Dark Harmony – Laura Thalassa

Similar to the other books in this series, I’m in awe and a little bit of shock. I can’t believe this series is now over. It seems like only a few days ago I was falling in love with Des and Callie and their complicated love story. The Thief was stealing soldiers still, and Callie was trapped in Karnon’s prison. It feels like we’ve come a long way from seeing Callies’ wings appear to now seeing her rule with Des by her side over the Kingdom of the Night.

Crimson Night – Jackson Utz

This book was shocking. I never would have guessed the ending or any of the amazing twists that took place, I was in complete awe of every action the characters would take and I could not put this book down at all.

Ace of Spades (Excerpt) – Faridah Abike-lyimide

Okay, so this was only the first three chapters of the book but since it’s one of my most anticipated reads I just had to get it. Thanks to Netgalley for giving me this excerpt in exchange for an honest review.

Eternal Lifeline – Jackson Utz

This book was so different than what I usually read and after coming out of a book slump, I have to say, it was really refreshing. Utz’s writing was contrary to anything I’ve ever read before, and as I’m not particularly a sci-fi fan, this was such an interesting read.

The Emperor of Evening Stars – Laura Thalassa

This book was…wow. Seeing Des’ life story and how he came to be the infamous Bargainer was incredible to see. I loved seeing all of the events I’ve been wondering about unfold right in front of me, and it was so cool to see how he became who he is today.

A Strange Hymn – Laura Thalassa

I’m completely in shock. I can’t even process the way that this book went, and I have to say I LOVE that. This is a whole new level for this series and I’m loving how crazy it’s gotten! We’ve met a ton of new characters, we’ve seen our beloved ones grow, and we’ve learned a ton about the Otherworld.

Rhapsodic – Laura Thalassa

This book is one of my new favorites. Honestly, I don’t know how I went so long without reading this! If you’ve checked out my Twitter then you definitely saw how much I adored this book while reading it, and you know I’m giving it a 5-star review! The world-building, character development, and slow-burn tension were incredible.

In A Holidaze – Christina Lauren

This book was absolutely amazing for this time of the year. I had been struggling to get into the holiday/Christmas spirit because of all of the schoolwork that has been piling up, however, after reading this book, I’m ready for Christmas and a holiday like no other!

The Sisters of Straygarden Place – Hayley Chewins

First of all, I want to thank Goodreads for allowing me the opportunity to enter a giveaway for this book! This book had me hooked from the description on the back cover, and I was immediately brought into a fantasy world full of little girls and puppy dogs that help you dream. I think it’s safe to say I thoroughly enjoyed this book!

As Old As Time – Liz Braswell

Since I absolutely love fairytale retellings, this was a pretty exciting read for me. Liz Braswell told the story of Beauty and the Beast in a twisted, dark, and different way than the original fairytale that I really enjoyed. Definitely an interesting twist on an otherwise beautiful fairytale. Beauty and the Beast but darker, more haunting, and with cobwebs surrounding the castle! What if Belle’s mother was the enchantress that cursed the Beast?