Iron Flame by Rebecca Yarros

Iron Flame by Rebecca Yarros

I have been looking forward to Iron Flame since I finished the amazing Fourth Wing. (It is necessary to read Fourth Wing first.) Iron Flame starts where Fourth Wing left off and continues with Violet and friends going back to Basgiath War College for their second year of dragon rider training. There’s more magic, dragons…

Starling House by Alix E. Harrow

Starling House by Alix E. Harrow

Alix Harrow’s latest offering, Starling House, transports readers to the heart of Eden, Kentucky, a town wrestling with the ghosts of its past—racism, environmental decay, and the decline of coal mining. Against this backdrop stands Starling House, a foreboding gothic mansion with a sinister reputation. Harrow’s narrative deftly weaves together elements of a hero’s journey…

Every Wish Way

Every Wish Way

Every Wish Way is a severely mediocre–if cute–insubstantial romance with annoying points that keep it far away from an A grade. Writing quirks and goofy plot twists abound, and the overall result is breezy and inoffensive. Architect Iza was raised by a mother who staunchly refuses to believe that true love exists. She hates men…

Magic Burning by Kaje Harper

Magic Burning by Kaje Harper

Kaje Harper’s entry in the multi-author Carnival of Mysteries series is a small-town romance between a lonely elementary school teacher – who happens to be a sorcerer – and a sexy firefighter, featuring a snarky, fast-talking Conure and more than a touch of magic. The series is eventually going to boast sixteen titles and they…

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