Book Review: How I Stole the Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him to Villainy by A.J. Sherwood

This post includes reviews of all individual installments of the How I Stole the Princess's White Knight and Turned Him to Villainy series. Miracle 1 The author admits to this project being “crack” in the back cover description, so I went in anticipating humor and ridiculousness. I was not disappointed, and I enjoyed myself even … Continue reading Book Review: How I Stole the Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him to Villainy by A.J. Sherwood

Book Review: Tempest (Immortals Descending #4) by Iris Foxglove

Read my reviews of the previous books in the Immortals Descending series: Storm Front (#1) | Shadowfall (#2) | Daybreak (#3) Part of me feels like I’ve already gushed about this series as much as I possibly can, but then the authors give me another twist that adds layers to this excellent epic fantasy world. Good fantasy makes … Continue reading Book Review: Tempest (Immortals Descending #4) by Iris Foxglove

Book Review: Daybreak (Immortals Descending #3) by Iris Foxglove

Read my reviews of previous books in the Immortals Descending series: Storm Front (#1) | Shadowfall (#2) The latest book in this fantastic series gives off some pretty distinct horror vibes at the start, but only to evoke the proper mood for what haunts Cillian throughout the rest of the book. He is an unwitting victim in … Continue reading Book Review: Daybreak (Immortals Descending #3) by Iris Foxglove

Book Review: Zyon (Kingdoms of Pelas #1) by Michelle Frost & Michele Notaro

Frost and Notaro don’t hesitate to throw readers right into the action at the beginning of this book, in which we experience a drastic change in Theon’s life, but like him, have no idea about the reason for it. Even though the book description telegraphs his eventual (happier) circumstances, I felt his same visceral fear … Continue reading Book Review: Zyon (Kingdoms of Pelas #1) by Michelle Frost & Michele Notaro

Book Review: Fate in Suspension (Horn & Haven #1) by Archer Kay Leah

I don’t often take chances on books like this one, but it had too many elements that interested me to resist, so I indulged myself specifically for a vacation read. I have zero regrets after the fact, and I’ve added this author to my watch list for further installments to this series. Books in which … Continue reading Book Review: Fate in Suspension (Horn & Haven #1) by Archer Kay Leah

Book Review: Shadowfall (Immortals Descending #2) by Iris Foxglove

Read my review of the first book in the Immortals Descending series, Storm Front. Like the previous book in this series, this one starts with a fascinating origin story. This time, it’s not the origin story of a god, but of the inciting event to his evolution. Foxglove kicks us off with lots of questions, … Continue reading Book Review: Shadowfall (Immortals Descending #2) by Iris Foxglove

Book Review: Storm Front (Immortals Descending #1) by Iris Foxglove

I started reading the books set in this fantasy world because I was interested in how the authors play with the biological power exchange facet. Now that I’m happily sucked into the third series, I’m almost entirely here for the worldbuilding and amazing characters and relationship they have developed. The power exchange bit is a … Continue reading Book Review: Storm Front (Immortals Descending #1) by Iris Foxglove

Book Review: Pieces of Silver (Starian Tale) by Iris Foxglove

This novella works best if you’ve read the main Starian Cycle series of novels, mostly for the identities and relationships between all of the secondary characters who make up the Starian royal family, their consorts, and their important officials. However, the narrators for this particular story are the palace guard captain and royal tailor, which … Continue reading Book Review: Pieces of Silver (Starian Tale) by Iris Foxglove

Book Review: Autumn of the Witch (Seasons of the Lukoi #4) by Iris Foxglove

Read my previous reviews of the Seasons of the Lukoi series: Winter of the Owl (Seasons of the Lukoi #1)Spring of the Wolf (Seasons of the Lukoi #2)Summer of the Wanderer (Seasons of the Lukoi #3) The final book in this series returns us to the island of Lukoi and features characters we have met in previous installments. … Continue reading Book Review: Autumn of the Witch (Seasons of the Lukoi #4) by Iris Foxglove

Book Review: Master of Hounds (Eburosi Chronicles #12-#14) by R.A. Steffan

The post contains reviews of the books in the Master of Hounds trilogy: Master of Hounds: Book 1 (#12)Master of Hounds: Book 2 (#13)Master of Hounds: Book 3 (#14) Read my reviews of the previous books in the Eburosi Chronicles series: The Horse Mistress: Book 1 (#1)The Horse Mistress: Book 2 (#2)The Horse Mistress: Book 3 (#3)The Horse … Continue reading Book Review: Master of Hounds (Eburosi Chronicles #12-#14) by R.A. Steffan

Book Review: Legends of Lobe den Herren Series by A.J. Sherwood

This post includes reviews of the books in the Legends of Lobe den Herren series: Fourth Point of Contact (#1)Zone of Action (#2) Fourth Point of Contact (Legends of Lobe den Herren #1) Sherwood makes some interesting worldbuilding decisions that gave me pause at a few points during this story. However, it is obvious that … Continue reading Book Review: Legends of Lobe den Herren Series by A.J. Sherwood

Book Review: Spring of the Wolf (Seasons of the Lukoi #2) by Iris Foxglove

Read my review of the first Seasons of the Lukoi novel, Winter of the Owl. Every time I think I can’t possibly enjoy the world of this epic fantasy romance series more, the author(s) uncover another stunning layer. In the first book of this series, we’re introduced to the culture of the Lukoi, who are … Continue reading Book Review: Spring of the Wolf (Seasons of the Lukoi #2) by Iris Foxglove

Book Review: Winter of the Owl (Seasons of the Lukoi #1) by Iris Foxglove

I came to this series because I’d previously read the Starian Cycle books by the same author, though I did not review them for my blog. Foxglove has created a truly expansive world in that it is not necessary to read the previous books to appreciate anything about this story. The forced-proximity element of this … Continue reading Book Review: Winter of the Owl (Seasons of the Lukoi #1) by Iris Foxglove