The Priory of the Orange Tree

Goodreads Blurb A world divided. A queendom without an heir. An ancient enemy awakens. The House of Berethnet has ruled Inys for a thousand years. Still unwed, Queen Sabran the Ninth must conceive a daughter to protect her realm from destruction – but assassins are getting closer to her door. Ead Duryan is an outsider… Continue reading The Priory of the Orange Tree

Paladin’s Grace

Goodreads Blurb Stephen's god died on the longest day of the year… Three years later, Stephen is a broken paladin, living only for the chance to be useful before he dies. But all that changes when he encounters a fugitive named Grace in an alley and witnesses an assassination attempt gone wrong. Now the pair… Continue reading Paladin’s Grace

Forever Wilde

                I hit a major snag in the middle of this book, and I’m not sure if it was because of me or the writing. Mainly because I don’t have any qualms with the writing. I mean, if nothing’s wrong with the book why did I hit a wall in the middle and have to… Continue reading Forever Wilde

Born to be Wilde

                Oh my word, I’m loving this series. It’s not perfect, but it’s exciting. Spellbinding. I just want to buy them all and keep reading. And I feel like each book gets better than the last.                 The writing is excellent, much improved from the ending on the first installment. What I like the most… Continue reading Born to be Wilde

Wilde Card

                I honestly think I like this sequel better than the first novel, Getting Wilde. The story is still just as interesting, and this installment does not have the awkward ending that the first novel did. A much more complete story, that’s for sure.                                 In Wilde Card, Jenn Stark continues Sara’s crusade to… Continue reading Wilde Card

Getting Wilde

                 Getting Wilde by Jenn Stark impressed me from the start with interesting characters and a unique plot. Another freebie that I downloaded from Walmart ebooks, I was intrigued by the cover and the mention of Tarot decks. I’m not a Tarot devotee, but it’s not something I… Continue reading Getting Wilde

The Red Scrolls of Magic vs Ghosts of the Shadow Market

So my library officially closed with the quarantine, and I’ve been spending more money than I really should trying to finish a couple of series that I’ve been reading. Then I went and bought The Dark Artifices series and Chain of Gold. Apparently I think I’m made of money. I don’t know. I’m essential personnel,… Continue reading The Red Scrolls of Magic vs Ghosts of the Shadow Market