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LibrarianRyan
Not the Witch You Wed | April Asher
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4 ⭐ This book was lots of fun. Is it full of tropes? Oh yeah. Let‘s list off the tropes real quick. They are fake dating, miscommunication, and it‘s a romance novel so of course, happy ending with an old friend. The story revolves around Violet. She is the dud of a three-sister witch group. She‘s the one without magic. Her sister is the soon to be the Prima witch, and must witch bond because it‘s required by law. ⬇

LibrarianRyan Lincoln is an old friend who also happens to be the North American alpha. He is a wolf shifter. The other trope, I forgot to mention was something went wrong in the past. Right out of high school these two would‘ve run away together. They hadn‘t been together as boyfriend girlfriend, but it was working up to that and Lincoln never showed up. And now it‘s 13 years later, both are on deadline for life altering things that are required by their magic 15m
LibrarianRyan magical and supernatural community and neither of them want it. Once again, this was fine. It‘s everything you expect in a romance novel. I can‘t wait to see some of the later books in the series especially the friend who is a succubus and the other friend who is a guardian angel. Bring it on. This was exactly what I want out of a witchy romance for the month of September 15m
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Shemac77
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Panpan

Wasn‘t my cup of tea. Which is weird since I typically enjoy fantasy.

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hwestfall
Age of Death | Michael J. Sullivan
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This book ended on a cliffhanger, and I immediately had to download the last one of the series. The Legends of the First Empire series has brought me out of my reading slump! I listened to the audiobook, and Tim Gerard Reynolds is wonderful.

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angieinwonderland
Pickpick

Like Under The Whispering Door, I loved this book for the lesson, the comfort and the journey. The story telling transports you into changing with the protagonist. Your typical feel good book but with teeth.

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Zoe-h
Wayward Son | Rainbow Rowell
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This was definitely not what I was expecting but I really enjoyed it. Rowell did a great job of equally making fun of England and America (there really are a ton of hair plug adds in Chicago) without being overbearing. 5⭐️

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Ddzmini
City of Bones (Reissue) | Cassandra Clare
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Once again this has a hook that is interesting and keeps the read flowing. All characters are smart and blend well with each other and the story. 😊📖

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Clare-Dragonfly
A Psalm of Storms and Silence | Roseanne A. Brown
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Damn, this gets DARK. Not like “grimdark, everybody dies,” like “manipulation, gaslighting, and abuse; you can‘t trust your own mind and no one else can either.”

Also it‘s got Ife.

It‘s great and you should read it.

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Aims42
Garden Spells | Sarah Addison Allen
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This was a good read, I will admit I wasn‘t expecting it be so sexy (it‘s not over the top or too much, I just didn‘t anticipate it) 😶‍🌫️ I‘m intrigued enough to definitely continue with “First Frost” 👍

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OliviaV
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I truly don‘t know what to say.
Maas has a lot of fans all over the globe but I don‘t think I will be one of them.
Was the story/plot a good one? Yes.
Was the writing amazing? Can‘t say one way or another.
Will I read the rest of the books? Maybe.
Don‘t know if I enjoyed it enough to finish the series. I also may or may not have spoiled what Celaena does to Chaol in later books and I am not happy.
Did you like these books? Should I continue?