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A Heart so Fierce and Broken – Brigid Kemmerer

A Heart so Fierce and Broken is the second book in the Cursebreakers series and follows A Curse so Dark and Lonely. This book started off a little slow for my liking, but it did pick up with the plotline, and I loved it. Unlike the last book, Harper and Rhen aren’t present for most of this one. The point of view is from Lia Mara, daughter of Karis Luran, and Grey, who we discover is heir to the throne of Emberfall.

Heartless – Marissa Meyer

This book was absolutely incredible. Heartless is the first book I’ve read by Marissa Meyer and I loved every second of it. I was hesitant to read this since I’ve been in a bit of a book slump from the Throne of Glass series, however, this book made me want to read constantly and definitely helped me out of it.

A Court of Frost and Starlight – Sarah J. Maas

Once again, I was whisked away to Velaris. This time for a Winter Solstice with the Inner Circle! This novella takes place after A Court of Wings and Ruin, meaning the war is over, and the Inner Circle is back home. I loved this novella. I was expecting it to be just fluff, but you can see where the next book is leading, especially now that we know it is a Nessian story.

Throne of Glass – Sarah J. Maas

This novel was the perfect blend of fantasy and murder mystery. The plot line makes every second feel important and I loved every part of this book. I was constantly on the edge of my seat just waiting and needing to know more. This is definitely a must read for all YA fantasy readers!

A Court of Mist and Fury – Sarah J. Maas

This book is officially my favorite so far of the series. I loved the writing and the character development was amazing. I think that this book is one of new favorite fantasy novels and I definitely recommend it to everyone!

The Siren – Kiera Cass

I absolutely loved this book by Kiera Cass. It is extremely underrated and it is the perfect forbidden romance story.

The Betrothed – Kiera Cass

My expectations were set super high because of Kiera Cass’s previous posts, however, I found myself incredibly let down and disappointed by this book. The setting, characters, plot and writing were not at all well done and I expected a lot more from Kiera Cass as an established, best-selling author.

Sky In The Deep – Adrienne Young

I started this book as my June book of the month for a book club I recently joined. I really thought I was going to struggle to get through it, but as soon as it began I could not put it down and just had to keep reading. I have to say, I was wary at first because I’m not usually into books with clans or warriors, however, I really did enjoy it and I wish there was a sequel that surrounded the same characters.