It’s been long overdue for me to finally sit down and write my review for A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire. From Blood and Ash was such a pleasant surprise last year and it’s great getting back into this world. I waited to read A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire closer to the release of The Crown of Gilded Bones, because I knew the wait would be torture. Keep on reading to find out what I thought of the second book in the Blood and Ash series. I’ll do my best to keep it spoiler free!
If you’ve been following the blog you’ll know I’m a big fan of Jennifer L. Armentrout. There are only a few of her books I haven’t read yet and plan to do so eventually. The Darkest Star is a book I was lucky to get as eARC, but if I’m honest I loved my re-read the second time around even more.
After that re-read, I finally had the chance to read the second book in the Origin series, The Burning Shadow. So I finally want to tell you what I thought of this book. I’ll do my best to keep out spoilers, so it may be a shorter or a bit of a vague review! Keep on reading to find out more!
If you’ve been following the blog, you’ll know Jennifer L. Armentrout is one of my favorite authors. A Wicked Trilogy is also one of my favorite series. The author published a few novellas in the series that I’ve already read and reviewed (The Prince & The King). The last novella, The Queen, was released earlier this week! Today is my stop on the blog tour with my review and a little excerpt. Keep on reading to find out more.
A big thanks to Social Butterfly PR for providing me with an ARC to read and review.
Not too long ago, I posted my review for Storm and Fury. I really enjoyed that book and was really happy that the release of the sequel was right around the corner. Rage and Ruin was released at the beginning of July and a friend and I did a buddyread right away. Let’s say it was another wild ride. Keep on reading for my full review of this book!
I’m a lucky reader that has found an amazing list of authors that have become favorites of mine. One of these authors is Jennifer L. Armentrout. The Dark Elements is a really good trilogy and I was really excited when she announced a spinoff series. Storm and Fury is the first book in this new series. It released last year, but I finally got around to reading it right before the sequel released last week! Keep on reading to find out what I thought about this book!
Jennifer L. Armentrout is one of my favorite authors and I’ve read almost all of her books (there are still a few I need to get to, but I’m working on it). So when I heard she had a surprise book, I knew I needed to get my hands on it! From Blood and Ash is the start of the Blood and Ash series and her first high fantasy series. I finished this book recently and wanted to tell you all about!
Jennifer L. Armentrout is one of my favorite authors and I’ve read almost all of her books. About five years ago I read The Dark Elements, but only had them as e-books. I personally didn’t like the covers at all! This year they all got a cover change before the first book in the spin-off series was released.
I knew I needed these covers and felt that a reread was a good start before diving into the spin-off. White Hot Kiss is the first book in this trilogy and today I want to tell you what I thought about this book!
Jennifer L. Armentrout is one my favorite authors and I was very excited about her newest release. The Wicked Trilogy was a lot of fun and she’s been spoiling us with a couple of novellas. Last year we got The Prince that left me wanting more. Last week the second novella, The King, was released. A big thanks to the author and Inkslinger PR for providing me an ARC to read and review.
Last week I posted about the release of Moonlight Scandals and today I’m participating in the blog tour. Thanks to the author and Social Butterfly I received an ARC to read and review. Today I will be telling you what I thought about the last book in this trilogy! There’s even a little excerpt included in this post!
Today is the release day for the third and final installment in the de Vincent trilogy, Moonlight Scandals. The de Vincents are very unique and a lot is going on in this mysterious family. I enjoyed the first two books, so I was very excited for this one!