Accidentally killing a faerie king on Halloween is the worst.
Bell Vossen believed that fateful night was a terrifying hallucination–until her twenty-first birthday when a vengeful faerie tracks her down. Now she’s the centre of a dangerous supernatural world of angels, witches, faeries, shifters, and vampires.
Her only hope of survival is Braxiel – a beautiful, fiery, and infuriating winged warrior–to break the deadly curse on her head before it’s too late.
But their blazing, forbidden desire could cost him his heavenly powers, and leave Bell to face the wrath of an entire kingdom alone.
The Accidental Kingslayer is a paranormal romance with witches, angels, faeries, vampires and shifters. It is set in a modern world, where magical beings coexist with humans (without humans knowing about them).
I really enjoyed reading about Bell, who somehow manages to make the worst possible decision every damn time but it always works out at the end (usually thanks to Braxiel). She is relatable because I also have no idea what to do with my life and feel like a mess too, so in many scenes, I could relate to her. Also, she is hilarious – I couldn’t help but smile at her sass.
The love interest, Braxiel, aka Mr. Broody Angel was so dreamy. But my favourite from the whole band of the angels was Yaz, who had big bimbo energy and I honestly loved it sm. I hope he gets his own book in the future.
The plot was interesting, with lots of plot twists and new characters, but it wasn’t confusing. I would have done the ending a bit differently, hence the lack of five stars. Overall, it was a good book, fast-paced and perfect for reading in twos-seatings.
A Curse of Blood & Stone (second book in Fate & Flame series) by K.A. Tucker
From internationally bestselling author K.A. Tucker comes the second novel in her Fate and Flame series, an adult fantasy story that should be read in series order.
“I do not know how to love you and be a good king to my people.”
From jewellery thief to interloper to queen-in-waiting, Romeria flees Cirilea a traitor to all. But the yawning distance between her and Zander troubles her more than any king’s bounty on her head. While Zander may have escaped by her side, he seeks to regain his throne, and no immortal will ever welcome her as Islor’s queen. She fears it won’t be long before Zander abandons her as everyone else she’s ever loved has.
Zander sacrificed his crown to save Romeria’s life, yet he dreads what her existence means for the future of his realm. As Ybaris’s plan to destroy Islor unfurls, a more insidious threat, orchestrated by rival fates, lurks beneath the surface. He can offer his allies no honest explanation for why he protects the Ybarisan princess and takes counsel from Queen Neilina’s caster, leading those closest to doubt his wisdom—and his allegiance.
As their company aims for the Venhorn Mountains, steered by prophecy, Romeria is desperate to wield her newfound abilities to undo Princess Romeria’s treachery before the kingdom tears itself apart. But with the mortal rebellion swelling, bolstered by the gift of Ybaris’s poison, it may already be too late.
I absolutely loved this first book in the series (A Fate of Wrath & Flame) and I was so glad the second book did not disappoint. It was surprising in many ways and a bit slower than the first book, but I’m glad there was still a lot of intrigue and romance.
A Curse of Blood & Stone was still fast-paced (I read it in three days), and it was action-packed, even if there were not many prominent events. I absolutely loved the progress of the relationship between Zander and Romeria throughout this book, starting from distrust and hurt at the beginning of the book, and seeing their relationship develop more. Their scenes together are so intense, and I found myself having to put down this book to calm down. Romeria and Zander are a perfect match, with their good hearts, and a bit of temper. If you haven’t read it yet, please do, even if it’s just for Zander’s cunningness and charm. He is now my number one book boyfriend! Romeria is one of my favourite main protagonists, even though her good heart was driving me mad sometimes. I enjoyed reading her discover and develop her powers.
As much as I love the main characters (I would literally die for Zander), the side characters did not disappoint. Elijah was my favourite secondary character from the first book, but in the second book Jarek stole the show (I swear that man is so arrogant and self-righteous), but I cannot help but like him more and more with each chapter. If you haven’t read the first book, please do – it is absolutely amazing. And the second book did not disappoint. The ending has filled me with dread for the third book though. It was as good as the first book and where I can sell my liver for the third book?
I really enjoyed Twin Crowns! It was a quick read, which is surprising for a fantasy. The story was really good and well-written. The plot wasn’t predictable which made Twin Crowns even more fun to read. The twins were different as chalk and cheese, which I suppose was the aim. Rose was annoying me for the majority of the book, and I always looked forward to Wren’s chapters. Wren was by far the more interesting and entertaining character, and her part of the story was far more exciting. I wish we could see more of the love interests because they had so much potential, and I hope to read more about them in the sequel. Also, please more Celeste (she was my favourite character). I liked the worldbuilding, and I can always appreciate a fantasy book where I understand the world from the beginning. The witches were well-presented, and I loved how they used magic in connection to the earth.
I would definitely recommend this book for a quick, relaxing read, especially if you are in the mood for fantasy!
Big thank you to Harper Reach for sending me an ARC of Twin Crowns 😍
Title: Book Lovers Author: Emily Henry Rating: ★★★★★ Goodreads link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/58690308-book-lovers
Book Lovers was one of my most anticipated releases of 2022, and I’m glad to say that I was not disappointed. This book is a breath of fresh air in terms of contemporaries. It takes all of the well-known romance tropes and reintroduces them as something completely new.
In a traditional contemporary Nora would be the villain’s girlfriend, as she even says at the beginning of the book. However, as we all know being ambitious and hardworking doesn’t make you an ice queen, and Nora proves this over and over again. I had literal tears in my eyes when I was reading about how much she cares about her younger sister, Libby. Though I have to admit that Libby irritated me at times with her disregard for Nora’s feelings. Charlie was an unusual love interest, and I have to admit that he grew on me. At first, I wasn’t convinced I liked him, but as the book progressed I found myself rooting for him. I really enjoyed how neither Nora nor Charlie was interested in moving to the countryside, even though the book definitely made me want to live in a small town in the United States.
I absolutely loved the banter in this book and on more than one occasion it had me crying while laughing. The comic situations were literally perfect, such as a certain first date.
The only thing I didn’t like was the epilogue, but I usually hate epilogue anyways. Of course, there were some small aspects that I didn’t like, but they didn’t influence my feelings about this book.
Today I’m excited to participate in the Bookstagram & Creative Tour for The Cursed and the Broken by Chloe Hodgehosted by MTMC Tours. This is a steamy, enemies-to-lovers dark fantasy romance perfect for fans of Jennifer L. Armentrout and Kerri Maniscalco and it was published on April 15th, 2022!
Title: The Cursed and the Broken
Series: The Cursed Blood #1
Author: Chloe Hodge
Publication Date: April 15th, 2022 Genres: Dark Fantasy Romance
Years ago, the dark queen was executed by witches, her cultists hunted down like rats and forced into hiding. Their black magic buried and put to rest, all was well in the world … or so we thought.
Kitarni Barany, witch and shepherd of her flock, has always been different. There’s a darkness in her blood and a destiny beyond the border of her small village.
Corruption is spreading, and the whispers of cultists stir through the woods once again.
Betrothed to the heir of the Wolfblood Clan, she risks not only her life but her heart. United, they must stand against the cultists, or watch the Kingdom of Hungary fall.
Cursed by Death and controlled by Fate, Kitarni is forced to meet her demons … or die by them.
A story of succumbing to wicked desires, death, and the temptations of deliciously dangerous love. The Cursed and the Broken is a steamy, enemies-to-lovers dark fantasy romance perfect for fans of Jennifer L. Armentrout and Kerri Maniscalco. No broomsticks or cauldrons here, only magic of the darkest kind and dimples to swoon over.
The Cursed And The Broken is inspired by Hungarian folklore and is a story about witches. We definitely have more witches stories in our lives and this one is amazing. The Cursed And The Broken is inspired by Hungarian folklore and follows the story of Kitarni, who is such a great protagonist. She is strong, but also quick to judge, and I adored seeing her journey from an outcast to a confident woman. Also, her relationship with her sister, Eszter, made me wanna cry because of how adorable they were. I really enjoyed the appearances of Death, who wins best secondary character hands down. The entire story was so dark and atmospheric that I could imagine me in the Hungarian woods together with Kitarni. And the romance was so good 🔥 I do love a sassy, confident main interest with a soft side, and Dante checks all of these boxes. I really enjoyed this book, and I liked the good balance between romance and fantasy!
If you are looking for a dark fantasy romance with witches and a bit of spice, this one is just for you!
Playlist for the Cursed and the Broken
INTL Tour-wide Instagram Giveaway!
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CHARACTER Q&A – Kitarni from The Cursed and the Broken
Hi Kitarni! Can you introduce yourself?
Hello, I’m Kitarni, the eldest daughter of the Bárány family and shepherd of my village. I am also betrothed to Dante Sandor, heir of the Wolfblood Clan … insufferable asshat that he is.
Tell us what life is like as a witch in your village! Constant. Unchanging. Boring as all hell, if I’m being honest. We don’t engage with the outside world very often unless we need to go to the markets in the neighbouring village. It’s too risky with humans persecuting witches, so there’s not much in the way of excitement when you’re stuck behind invisible wards. Honestly, I don’t feel like I belong here. I’d much rather be out there—beyond the woods and exploring the world!
Lastly, what can we expect from you during The Cursed And The Broken?
Well, when I’m not dealing with Lord Asshat, being hunted by fanatics or dealing with a cult hellbent on bringing their dead queen back to life, I’m either assessing my own life choices or running errands for huntsmen and threaders of destiny. Okay, maybe it isn’t all bad. I meet some new friends and get to know my betrothed a little more … intimately … Hell, I’ll take that over dying any day.
Chloe Hodge was born in Adelaide, South Australia to New Zealand parents and a Hungarian heritage.
In 2017 she completed a Bachelor of Journalism & Professional Writing at the University of South Australia, receiving recognition as a high performing student in the top 10 percentile. She was a finalist for the Julie Duncan Memorial Award, and holds a lifetime membership to the Golden Key International Honour Society. Hodge then proceeded to work for the Australian Broadcast Corporation (ABC) as a radio producer in Adelaide, before spending some time in regional SA as a broadcast news reporter. Thereafter, she worked as a journalist for a technical grape and wine magazine before founding her own small editing business, Chloe’s Chapters, and starting a career as a Young Adult Fantasy author.
She now spends her time crafting fantastical novels brimming with magic and mystery, and building worlds rich with colour and history. Hodge creates a character cast full of underdogs and the morally grey—always seeking to triumph over evil, or perhaps live long enough to see them become it.
Hodge lives in Brisbane, QLD, with her husband and two dogs. She can be found at chloehodge.com or you can contact her on her Bookstagram account @chloeschapters
Star Bright by Susannah Nix shows the story of Kimberleigh who is an A-star actress and Spencer who is a gossip reporter.
I really like the panic attack scene which brings Kimberleigh and Spencer closer together. It was a perfect depiction of Hollywood reality we may not be aware of. I love how the book shows the struggles of being an actress in the media ridden world, and the measures famous actresses need to take in order to protect themselves.
I love Kimberleigh and I can understand her cold demeanour. Her ice red and detachment are a way of protecting herself! However, despite her attitude, she is never once unprofessional or unnecessarily means. Spencer, on the other hand, shows the other side of Hollywood life, which is the reporter’s life. He shows that not all tabloid writers want to humiliate big stars or make them uncomfortable.
That one scene that causes the fallback in their relationship absolutely broke my heart, and I do feel for Spencer.
What I didn’t like about it, was how rushed the romance was. It took one encounter for Kimberleigh and Steven to catch the feeling, and even though their relationship spans 6 months, I wish the buildup was a bit longer. That being said, the book could have been longer to present their characters and relationship better.
The book was provided to me via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
This Woven Kingdom follows the story of two characters. Alizeh works as a low cast servant, despite being the heir to an ancient Jinn kingdom who is forced to hide in plain sight. Kamran, on the other hand, is a prince of a kingdom in which Alizeh is hiding. He sees Alizeh by accident, and he cannot put her out of his mind, despite the fact that they are supposed to be enemies.
The world-building is absolutely amazing, and the distinction between Jinn and humans is clear from the first chapters. The book was slow-paced, but it had a certain sort of charm to it. The whole action was basically constricted in the last three chapters.
Alizeh quickly became one of my favourite female characters, mostly because of her kindness but also because of her quick thinking and ability to take care of herself. Kamran, on the other hand, seemed to be a villain at first, but being able to access his internal thoughts definitely made me warm up to him. After the first couple of chapters, it was extremely easy to fall in love with him.
The romance was out of this world, quite literally. It was such a slow-burn, and having dual POV made me love Kamran and Alizeh even more. I couldn’t stop smiling when Kamran was thinking about Alizeh. The last three chapters were extremely action-packed, and so many things made sense. No spoilers, obviously, but after that last line I need the second book as soon as possible.
Today I’m excited to participate in the Bookstagram & Creative Tour for Second Star to the Left by Megan Van Dyke hosted by MTMC Tours. This is an Adult Fantasy Romance and it was published on February 15th, 2022 from City Owl Press!
Tinker Bell, banished from her homeland for doing the unthinkable, selling the hottest drug in Neverland—pixie dust—wants absolution.
Determined to find a way home, Tink doesn’t hesitate to follow the one lead she has, even if that means seducing a filthy pirate to steal precious gems out from under his…hook.
Captain Hook believes he’s found a real treasure in Tink. That is, until he recovers from her pixie dust laced kiss with a curse that turns the seas against him. With his ship and reputation at the mercy of raging storms, he tracks down the little minx and demands she remove the curse. Too bad she can’t.
However, the mermaid queen has a solution to both of their problems, if Tink and Hook will work together to retrieve a magical item for her. As they venture to the mysterious Shrouded Isles to find the priceless treasure, their shared nemesis closes in. However, his wrath is nothing compared to the realization that achieving their goal may mean losing something they never expected to find—each other.
I’ve never would have thought that a Peter Pan retelling featuring a Hook/Tinkerbell romance is what I need, but apparently, it was. Second Star to the Left by Megan Van Dyke is a fantasy romance telling the story of Tinkerbell, a pixie known from Peter Pan, who got banished from her homeland for selling her pixie dust. Tinkerbell, or Tink for short, is looking for another way home when she crosses paths with the famous Captain Hook. Needless to say, the sparks fly from their first meeting (even though Tink seduced him and stole his treasure).
I really enjoyed this book, especially the different approach to the Peter Pan story because I would have never imagined a Hook/Tink pairing. It works oddly well in Second Star to the Left. The chemistry between Hook and Tink is undeniable from their first meeting, and I absolutely loved seeing their relationship progress over the course of the book. Having a dual POV definitely helped me understand their relationship a bit more and made them both more likeable to me.
Tinkerbell is a perfect combination of adorable and badass, which doesn’t happen often in main characters. She can take of herself, but at the same time, she is not afraid to blush or cry. Captain Hook is the charming pirate who is probably gonna steal your heart from the first pages of the book, but to be fair all great love interests do that.
The book has a lot of different twists, some of which I was expecting and some of which took me by surprise. I enjoyed the little references to the original fairytale, and I liked the changes the author made. Smee was probably my favourite change the author has made. I have to admit that while I find Captain Hook absolutely swoon-worthy, a big part of my heart belongs to Smee.
Overall, it’s a perfect read for fans of Peter Pan, like me, who want something more adult and serious from a retelling. And, of course, if you are a romance fan you don’t wanna miss this one!
Q&A with the characters
Hi Tink and Hook! Can you introduce yourselves?
Tink: Tinker Bell here, but please call me Tink. I’m one of the youngest top tinkers in Sylvanna Vale’s illustrious history. Spending the day working on my designs and eating dew candy is the best.
Hook: Hello, loves. A pleasure to meet you. I’m Captain Hook, the greatest pirate to ever sail the Cerulean Sea, captain of the Jolly Roger, and the most devilishly handsome man you’ll ever meet
Tell us about your world! What is it like and how far have you travelled?
Tink: Well, I haven’t seen much of the human world. Pixies aren’t really supposed to spend much time there, but my cousin and I sneak in sometimes for a night out. Humans really know how to have a good time. The Sylvanna Vale, the pixie homeland, is a paradise! Lush vegetation, beautiful homes in the trees, crystal clear streams, and more food that you could ever need. We take care of the land, and the land takes care of us.
Hook: The sea is my wife, my home. I know it better than anyone living. There’s nothing better than the sun on my back, the gentle rock of the Jolly Roger under my feet.
Tell us 2 random facts about yourself!
Tink: I might be a Tinker by birth and trade, but I love music. Most pixie’s do, and are great at playing, but if I’m really honest, human music is more exciting. They just infuse it with so much fun and life.
I can’t swim. Embarrassing, I know, but there really wasn’t a need in the Sylvanna Vale. But now that I’m stuck in the human lands, it really would be helpful if I knew how…or if I didn’t get seasick every time I step foot on a boat.
Playlist for Second Star To The Left
Who better to play Hook than Hook?
Colin O’Donoghue played Captain Hook in the TV show Once Upon a Time, and while reading Second Star to the Left I imagined Hook as this lovely gentleman.
Lily James, in my mind, is a perfect actress to play Tinkerbell. She is adorable and known for her big smile. And she can also be a badass.
Her role in the Cinderella movie immediately came into my mind when I was reading Hook’s description of Tink!
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About Megan Van Dyke
Megan Van Dyke is a fantasy romance author with a love for all things that include magic and kissing. Many of her stories include themes of family (whether born into or found) and a sense of home and belonging, which are important aspects of her life as well. Megan also watched way too many Disney movies as a child, and adult, and has a deep love for fairytales and happily-ever-afters.
Megan is a former IT risk and security executive and current stay-at-home mom. When not writing, Megan loves to cook, play video games, explore the great outdoors, and spend time with her family. A southerner by birth and at heart, Megan currently lives with her family in Colorado.
“The Rebound” by Catherine Walsh was such an adorable read, perfect for reading in one sitting. It is a romance following the story of Abby, who just lost her job and fiancé, and is coming back home to Ireland to stay with her sister. The story starts with Abby getting a ride with a handsome stranger called Luke, who turns out not to be a stranger after all. The book follows Abby as she settles into living with her sister, Louise, and into being jobless.
The book was really cute and easy to read. I read it in one sitting and before I knew it the book was ending. “The Rebound” had lots of funny moments and jokes which brought a smile to my face. I liked the characters, especially the minor ones – Rory was definitely my favourite one. Abby and Luke were great together, but I wish we got a bit more of an insight into their characters because the only thing I know about them is that Abby was a workaholic and Luke was nice.
I also liked how the book normalised certain aspects of life, such as periods or difficulties getting pregnant. Fiction books usually don’t mention periods or peeing, but this book did in a subtle, normal way. Also, the relationship between Louise and Abby was so similar to my relationship with my sister – it was complicated, and not idealised as it is often in the books. The way the relationships were described made me like the book even more.
Overall, I enjoyed it and it is a perfect book for relaxing.
The book was provided to me via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Today I’m excited to participate in the Bookstagram tour for Frosted by M.C. Frank hosted by MTMC Tours! Frozen meets Jane Austen in Frosted, the new enemies-to-lovers Regency novel that will melt your heart.
Title: Frosted Series: Regency Retold #2 Author: M.C. Frank Publication Date: February 20, 2021 Genres: Regency Romance
Can two people hate each other more than these two? She has a heart of stone. He is the notorious pirate every lady swoons for. They have vowed never to meet again.
Captain Timothée Vaughn Heart: Broken Face: Gorgeous Tone: Acidic Pirate: Yes, he is Marital Status: Forced into an engagement Willing to: Break his own arm to escape his wedding tomorrow.
Lady Stella DeWinter: Heart: Frosted Face: Angelic but sad Tone: Silent Secrets: Many, but one in particular. A very dark one indeed. Marital Status: Jilted Captain Vaughn right before their wedding, five years ago. Willing to: Do anything to meet Timothée one last time.
Question: Why? (on earth)
Meeting place: The Frosted Ball.
What follows: Chaos. Noisy ballrooms. Starry skies. White flurries. Hungry kisses. Haughty stares. Frozen lakes. Shaking breaths. The truth. Finally. Frosted is a heart-wrenching romance about a pirate and an ice-cold lady who seem to have hated each other for years, inspired by winter-themed fairytales like The Snow Queen and The Steadfast Tin Soldier. It is set in a witty, glittering Regency world made up of a little bit of Jane Austen, a little bit of Georgette Heyer, and a lot of a modern heart yearning for romance, passion and a tall gentleman with a smoldering gaze. This is a broken tale of beauty, dark secrets and love lost.
I really enjoyed the love story between Stella and Vaughn, and we all know I have a weakness for privateers so I basically loved Vaughn from the beginning of the book. The writing was amazing – I really felt as if though I was reading a book from Regency times, and the mood set by the book was absolutely magical! Also, the plot twist in the middle absolutely shocked me, and I really liked how it was handled. If you like historical romances I recommend you try this one!
5 HISTORICAL FICTION SHOWS TO WATCH AFTER READING FROSTED
Downton Abbey It’s a British historical drama set in the early 20th century, which is set in the country estate of Downton Abbey, and follows the lives of the Crawley family and their servants. Thanks to the show, you can get some insight into living in the English countryside (just like Stella), and see on the screen what proper ballroom behaviour is! Also, the British accent in Downton Abbey is swoon-worthy (just like Vaughn!).
the Tudors It’s a historical fiction set in 16th century England, which follows the rule of Henry VIII, who is famous for his six wives and for the creation of the Anglican Church. It is a little bit before the time period in Frosted, but you can get the whole English court vibes (also, the communication problems almost equal Vaughn and Stella!).
Reign It’s American historical fiction, but it focuses on the life of Mary, Queen of Scots, and her life in the French Court. When I was reading about Stella’s dresses this show instantly came to my mind! Also, the dancing scenes make me think of Vaughn’s first Christmas with Stella.
the Spanish Princess It’s a historical fiction, which follows the story of Catherine of Aragon, a Spanish princess, sent to England to become the Queen of England. The outfits in the show are amazing, and young Catherine of Aragon reminds me so much of Stella (I think their character development is quite similar).
Victoria It’s historical fiction following the first years of the reign of Queen Victoria, one of the longest-ruling monarch in British history. The action of the show takes place more or less in the same time period as Frosted, and it gives good insight into what Stella and Vaughn’s world looked like.
MEET THE CHARACTERS Q&A
Vaughn! What led you to the pirate– er, I mean privateer life?
Vaughn: I was wounded in the Navy, and had to retire. I still have a limp, but that doesn’t prevent me from having adventures. I became a privateer because I decided to join a worthy cause, and help clear the high seas of criminals and pirates. Most privateers do it for the gold, but I have no need of it. Also, *voice grows dreamy* I had promised a girl that I would have a pirate ship one day.
Stella! What’s something you’re passionate about?
Stella: Some of my passions include reading, riding, gardening, and spending time with my best friend, Georgina. But my biggest passion is fashion. I spend hours looking over catalogues and dreaming up new gowns. Then, of course, there are the accessories, hats, gloves, slippers…I don’t often go to London, and Georgina says my fashion sense is wasted here in Highberry, but I highly disagree. Good taste and aesthetics are important everywhere, don’t you agree?
What’s your greatest strength?
Stella: I have gotten very good at hiding my true feelings. From myself, mostly. But I don’t know if that is a strength. I am told that I have been strong in the face of incredible adversity, but I myself don’t see it. I just do the best I can and carry on.
Vaughn: Love. My strength is love. Oh, and holding a grudge, I’m very good at that too. *thinks for a bit*. Wait…
Head over to my Instagram account to win a paperback copy of Ruined (book 1 in the Regency Retold series) and Frosted (book 2). Both novels can be read as standalones! This giveaway is open internationally and ends on May8th, 2021. Winner will be announced on @mtmctours’ Instagram account.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR – M.C. FRANK
M.C. Frank (writer, reader, designer, physicist and teacher, to name a few) has been living in a world of stories ever since she can remember (that’s before she knew how to write). She started writing them down when she could no longer stand the characters in her head screaming at her to give them life, and while those first scribblings weren’t exactly good (nor were they books, although she insisted on calling them that), they were enough for her to discover her passion in life.
She got her university degree in physics a few years ago (yes, she’s like Sheldon, only a bit crazier!) and is now free to pursue her love of reading and writing, as well her free-lance job as editor-in-chief.
She lives with her ‘dude’ in a home filled with candles, laptops and notebooks, where she rearranges her overflowing bookshelves every time she feels stressed. Which is often, since (as you might have noticed) she doesn’t pick the easiest subjects for her novels.