Mini Reviews

*waves* Sorry. I have been living in a hotel and gosh its hard to find the time to jump on hotel internet to write a blog post. But I am here now. Hopefully soon I will have a real place with real internet.

Moving on.



First up:

The Darkest Star by Jennifer Armentrout


Synopsis: When seventeen-year-old Evie Dasher is caught up in a raid at a notorious club known as one of the few places where humans and the surviving Luxen can mingle freely, she meets Luc, an unnaturally beautiful guy she initially assumes is a Luxen…but he is in fact something much more powerful. Her growing attraction for Luc will lead her deeper and deeper into a world she’d only heard about, a world where everything she thought she knew will be turned on its head.

Thoughts: I admit. I have only read the first Lux novel. I am working on it. That being said I read, understood, and loved this book. It was magical and deep and so many twists and turns.

Should you buy? If you read the Lux series this will probably already be on your radar. I loved it. And I haven’t finished the original Lux novels.

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Umbertouched by Livia Blackburn


Synopsis: Book 2 in this series continues almost immediately after the first ends. Dineas and Zivah must escape and return to their people. War is coming and no one knows what will happen. Will they be welcomed home or be called traitors.

Thoughts: I loved Rosemarked. The first book was just. *Mind blown* This was equally good but I have thoughts. I enjoyed the twists, turns, and you really cannot predict anything in these books.

Should you buy? Did you read the first? Do you like books that have so many plot twists you cannot hope to predict it?

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Stealing Tranquility by J.L Weil


Synopsis: Four dragons.
One headstrong heroine.
And a reverse-harem fantasy romance that could change the fate of a dying race.

Thoughts: I will first say: I do not like RH. I just can’t get into it. That being said: The story was actually pretty amazing. Olivia handled being kidnapped by a dragon like a real person not a lovesick child. It read like I believe a real person would react.

Should you buy? J.L Weil is one of those authors who has so many books that you love that you just have to buy the next one. If you haven’t tried her books any, even RH, are worth it.

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