By: Catherine Downen Genre: YA Fantasy (Romance) definite future dystopian feel too Books in series: book 2, Crowning Keys, due 12th January 2021 My conclusion: a strong start for a debut novel, story is fast paced and many of the characters become well loved by the end. The best thing about this book? The story. The plot was intriguing with surprises leaping out everywhere!
We’re talking gifts of the senses, we’re talking betrayals, we’re talking prophecies. Fast paced adventure!
*Image taken from Amazon where book 1 is available in paperback, kindle e-book and audiobook.
By: Valia Lind Genre: YA Paranormal Romance Books in the series: Of Water and Moonlight, OF Destiny and Illusions, Of Storms and Triumphs My conclusion: intriguing story line – I want to know more; confusing because of unknown previous books (but can still read these as standalones); a feisty, ‘knows her own mind’ main character; and finally, there’s hunky, possessive shifter yumminess.
A world of magic, shifters, fae and more set at Thunderbird Academy; Maddie vows to find out who took her father, learn to destroy ‘the Ancients’ and navigate her feelings for the werewolf Aiden!
By:T. M. Hart Genre: Adult fantasy romance (18+) Books in series: Shadow’s Kiss, Shadow’s Touch, Shadow’s Due, Shadow’s Fall My conclusion: a fantastic, well developed fantasy background with an immense romance that takes the reader into the depths of despair and the heights of euphoria.
By Katherine Macdonald A Young Adult sci-fi novel. Genetically manufactured humans? Check. Feisty heroine who does anything to protect her found family? Check. Some serious emotional rollercoasters? Check. ‘In a broken world, a genetically-engineered superhuman escapes from the lab that made her and joins a rebellion to fight back against a corrupt government. Plenty of romance, action, witty banter and found family.’ – from the author’s twitter account.