“Merlin’s Shakespeare” and the “Mercutio Problem”

Here's the second half of my tour stop! While I wasn't a big fan of these books (not really into Shakespeare, sorry...) they were enjoyable to read! The descriptions were great, and the characters were fun to see from a different perspective than how we see them in their plays. I also enjoyed the added … Continue reading “Merlin’s Shakespeare” and the “Mercutio Problem”

The Lost Princesses #1: Evermore

Evermore (The Lost Princesses #1) By Jody Hedlund Christian YA Historical Paperback & ebook, 222 Pages August 27th 2019 by Northern Lights Press An ancient key. A secret treasure. And a princess destined to use them both to fight evil and restore peace. Raised by a noble family, Lady Adelaide has always known she’s an … Continue reading The Lost Princesses #1: Evermore

“Always” and “Evermore” #EverTour

On Tour with Prism Book Tours Always (The Lost Princesses #0.5) By Jody Hedlund Christian YA Historical Romance Paperback & ebook, 136 Pages August 13th 2019 by Northern Lights Press A fierce elite guard. A loyal lady in waiting. They must work together to save three princesses from certain death. On the verge of dying … Continue reading “Always” and “Evermore” #EverTour

Enna Burning (The Books of Bayern #2)

"I, a woman of the River, keep a brief record of the greatest power our people have seen - how to shape fire from the heat of the living, how to pull heat from the air and give it life inside fuel. How to hear the heat how to bring it inside myself, form it into flame and set it free..."

River Secrets (The Books of Bayern #3)

“He'd followed Dasha once before and remembered which door was hers. He knocked, peered inside, then jumped in and shut the door, quiet as brushing two feathers together. He smiled at his own stealth, then swaggered right into a chair, banging it against the wall. You oaf. He cut short his swagger and begin to move with exaggerated sneakiness. There was a certain pleasure in that, too.”

The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest

"Was she guarded? Wasn't it wise to be guarded? 'I don't want to get my heart broken. I only have one heart you know.' But it wasn't that. She was willing enough to risk her heart. But she wasn't yet willing to sacrifice the children who depended on her for food."