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Save for the first two, I haven’t read the rest of these in 3-4 years. I’m not sure how these will hold up to what I know now, but I know I loved these a lot.
I absolutely loved this and I don’t think it gets nearly enough credit for her amazing these books are. They’re always a steal of a price in kindle form too.
Queer girls on a safari?! Unicorns?! This was such a delightful read and Julia Ember does not get enough credit for her delightful writing.
This was the prequel to one of the most successful werewolf series’ I have ever had the pleasure of reading. I loved these books so much. And what a throwback cover this is. Do you remember when covers like this were all the rage?
Fairies man. I love the lore of changelings and I really don’t see why we don’t explore this more. I loved this and the covers were fantastic!
These were the very clique romance of the time but damn were they good. I loved exploring each brother. It was so interesting to see each brother find love and who they were matched too. Plus those ball gowns were everything.
Why are there not more twists on Romeo and Juliet? This one was utterly amazing. Romeo is the bad guy? Like yes. Everything I’ve wanted.
This was such an interesting twist on fantasy. I loved this concept of a revenant. He has to die to save someone’s life all the time? These were stunning and I really really love these covers.
MORE. INDIAN. FANTASY. Yet again, a stunning cover. I absolutely loved these books and all the trials the MCs went through. I’m really sad we never got the 5th book, however.
I’m so sad that the cover change for these. This is so stunning. Not to mention the treatment of werewolves in these. If you haven’t given these a try, pick them up.
This new and refreshing look at Faeries was an absolute treat. I am honestly always up for a faerie book.
What series do you wish more people had read? Have you read any of these?