I read some fabulous books over the Christmas period so I thought I would post some mini reviews…here you go!
‘What they don’t realize is this: Yes, they frighten me, but I have always been scared, since the day I got here. I was raised by the man who murdered my parents, reared in a land of monsters.’
Just simply breathtaking.
I read with bated breath wondering what would happen next. Would it be death, would it be violence, would it be more thrills, would it be darker than before, would it be more wicked……would it be what I expected it to be?
It was all of those things, and more. Every little morsel I ate up and every detail consumed me.
This book! This book! It has everything. World building = supreme. Character building = supreme. Faerie politics= supreme. Story = yes, you guessed it, supreme.
I’m just going to inhale into a paper bag to get my breath back. I need that next book!
How is it that this author can make me fall in love with EVERY character she writes. 24% in and I was already in love!
‘Why’d you leave?
Because you wouldn’t want me if you really knew me.
Wesley, Wesley, Wesley how I love thee.
So, me falling in love aside, all this was set up in Running into Love and I simply could not wait to read. Mac’s family are just hilarious, her mum never fails to disappoint!
Now I just need Libby to make the full set!
What? Do my eyes deceive me? A book by will.i.am? Yes it’s true!
I think the book was aimed a little lower in age than what I was expecting and the e-arc I received made it hard to read as it has numbers preceding each sentence, possibly a piracy prevention?
Saying this the story was a good one, the flow was perfect, just not what I was expecting!