Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas

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I'm super behind on my blog lolll. I missed a couple of release dates too, including this baby!! This book is vying with Felix Ever After for my favorite of 2020. In Yadriel's traditional Latinx family, brujos are the ones who summon spirits and brujas are the healers. Yadriel knows he's a boy, but proving that to … Continue reading Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas

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Shadow Frost (Shadow Frost #1) by Coco Ma

Look I LOVED this overall, but there is this one thing at the end AND I AM SO FREAKING ANGRY ABOUT IT I DON'T KNOW HOW TO FUNCTION. In the Kingdom of Axaria, a darkness rises. Crown Princess Asterin Faelenhart has only ever wanted acceptance and love from her mother. The only time she seems … Continue reading Shadow Frost (Shadow Frost #1) by Coco Ma

Ruthless Gods (Something Dark & Holy #2) by Emily A. Duncan

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This book was something else. I don't even know what to summarize because my brain is still processing everything that happened. Betrayal, romance, and secrets explode in Ruthless Gods. Nadya, Serefin and Malachiasz are constantly reunited and torn apart throughout this installment. And I lived for every moment Malachiasz and Nadya were together. Another ship I … Continue reading Ruthless Gods (Something Dark & Holy #2) by Emily A. Duncan

Wicked Saints (Something Dark & Holy #1) by Emily A. Duncan

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A girl who can speak to gods must save her people without destroying herself. A prince in danger must decide who to trust. A boy with a monstrous secret waits in the wings. Together, they must assassinate the king and stop the war. 3.5/5 Both times I've read this, I've done so via audiobook. And … Continue reading Wicked Saints (Something Dark & Holy #1) by Emily A. Duncan

Court of Fives (Court of Five #1) by Kate Elliott

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3.5/5 This was a really interesting story, but the world made me upset. So the whole society is divided into an upper-class called the "Patrons" and the lower class that's the commoners. But this division isn't only socioeconomic, it's also racial. I believe the commoners were darker skinned, which is vomit inducing, but we're going … Continue reading Court of Fives (Court of Five #1) by Kate Elliott

Reactive (The Elite Trials #1) by Becky Moynihan

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I read this because my friend told me to, and despite breaking my heart with┬áPrincess Ballot, I still trust her recommendations. Lune Tatum has lived in her adopted father's city for eleven years. But she's determined to get out, and winning all three Elite Trials is her ticket to freedom. With Title of Choice, she … Continue reading Reactive (The Elite Trials #1) by Becky Moynihan

Blinding Night (Blinding Night #1) by Chantal Gadoury

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I received a free ebook from the author in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. This was a fun Hades & Persephone retelling where Demeter/Ceres is constantly ripping them apart or actively keeping them from each other. Despite being an art history student, Summer does not want to be stuck in … Continue reading Blinding Night (Blinding Night #1) by Chantal Gadoury