Sunday, 1 March 2015

February 2015 Recap

Books read in January but reviewed in February:
(Links will take you to my reviews)
  1. Froi of the Exiles - Melina Marchetta (Read in December, review coming soon)
  2. Darkness Splintered - Keri Arthur (Read in January, reviewed in February)
  3. Azagoth - Larissa Ione (Novella) (Read in January, reviewed in February)
  4. The Fire Sermon - Francesca Haig (Read in January, reviewed in February)
  5. On the Edge - Ilona Andrews (Read in January, review coming soon)
  6. One Night of Trouble - Elle Kennedy (Read in January, reviewed in February)
  7. Dead of Winter - Kresley Cole (Read in January, reviewed in February)
Books read in February:
(Links will take you to my reviews)
  1. What If - Rebecca Donovan
  2. Craved by an Alpha - Felicity Heaton
  3. Edged Blade - J.C. Daniels
  4. Darkness Falls - Keri Arthur (review coming soon)
  5. Captive - A.J. Grainger
  6. These Broken Stars - Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner
  7. Conspiracy Girl - Sarah Alderson
  8. Revenant - Larissa Ione (review coming soon)
  9. Wild Things - Chloe Neill
  10. Stung - Joss Stirling
  11. Willing Victim - Cara McKenna (review coming soon)
  12. Viking's Orders - Anne Marsh (Novella) (review coming soon)
  13. Blood Games - Chloe Neill
  14. Driven by Fate - Tessa Bailey
  15. Bitten by a Hellcat - Felicity Heaton
  16. Broken Honor - Tonya Burrows
  17. A Darker Shade of Magic - V.E. Schwab
  18. Dark Debt - Chloe Neill
  19. This Night So Dark - Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner (Novella)
  20. Lion's Share - Rachel Vincent (review coming soon)
  21. This Shattered World - Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner
  22. Before I Fall - Jessica Scott (review coming soon)
  23. A Curse Unbroken - Cecy Robson (review coming soon)
  24. Hero - Samantha Young (review coming soon)
  25. Warm Up - V.E. Schwab (Short Story) (review coming soon)
  26. The Catalyst - Helena Coggan (review coming soon)
      (Choices are made from books reviewed this month and the links will take you to my reviews)

      My top YA read in February:

      These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner (read my review here)

      My top NA read in February:

      My favourite NA read in February was Before I Fall by Jessica Scott but my review hasn't gone up yet so you'll have to wait until next week to hear all about it!

      My top adult reads in February:

      Dark Debt by Chloe Neill (read my review here)

      My Challenge Updates:

      These are the challenges I've signed up for in 2015:

      Review: This Shattered World - Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner

      Jubilee Chase and Flynn Cormac should never have met. Lee is captain of the forces sent to Avon to crush the terraformed planet's rebellious colonists, but she has her own reasons for hating the insurgents.

      Rebellion is in Flynn's blood. His sister died in the original uprising against the powerful corporate conglomerate that rules Avon with an iron fist. These corporations make their fortune by terraforming uninhabitable planets across the universe and recruiting colonists to make the planets liveable, with the promise of a better life for their children. But they never fulfilled their promise on Avon, and decades later, Flynn is leading the rebellion.

      Desperate for any advantage against the military occupying his home, Flynn does the only thing that makes sense when he and Lee cross paths: he returns to base with her as prisoner. But as his fellow rebels prepare to execute this tough-talking girl with nerves of steel, Flynn makes another choice that will change him forever. He and Lee escape base together, caught between two sides in a senseless war.

      The stunning second novel in the Starbound trilogy is an unforgettable story of love and forgiveness in a world torn apart by war.

      Starbound Trilogy:
      These Broken Stars
      This Night So Dark (Novella)
      This Shattered World
      Their Fractured Light (2015)

      Visit Amie Kaufman's website, Meagan Spooner's website or the These Broken Stars website for more information

      Having absolutely loved These Broken Stars I couldn't wait to get my hands on a copy of This Shattered World so I could dive back into the world that Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner created. I have to admit that I was a little disappointed when I first realised that Tarver and Lilac weren't going to be the main characters for the entire series but the more I thought about it the more I realised changing characters was the best way for us to be able to explore more of this universe. It was also a great opportunity to see another side of what Lilac's father has been getting up to and just how deep the conspiracy goes.

      Jubilee, known as Lee to her friends, is an army captain and one of the best soldiers on Avon. It is her job to keep the rebel forces from causing all out war on the planet and she is very, very good at her job. Flynn is the leader of the rebels and he is determined to find a peaceful solution to the ongoing conflict. All the rebels want is to find out why the terraforming of Avon is so far behind schedule and why they are being denied the supplies they so desperately need and they are sick of being ignored and pushed to one side. Some of Flynn's people are getting restless and threatening to revert to violence so Flynn knows he doesn't have long to come up with an alternative option to all out war. When Flynn manages to capture Lee he is hoping to use her safe release as a bargaining tool but when he realises her life is in danger from his people he is forced to change his plans.

      I think one of the things I love most about this series is the sheer scale of the world building and it was really interesting to visit Avon and see the struggles the people there are facing. It was easy to understand why Flynn and the rebels were so desperate but that doesn't justify the lengths that some of them were willing to go to to get what they want. At the same time, although Lee and the other soldiers are only doing their jobs, it was harder to sympathise for them because you knew they weren't in the right. The trouble here is that the big corporations who pay for the terraforming are also the ones funding the army and their agenda is purely profit driven and doesn't focus on the lives of the people actually living on the planet.

      Although I liked both Lee and Flynn I did have a bit of trouble with their relationship, things happen a little too quickly between them and considering the circumstances I struggled to believe their reactions. One time in particular Flynn has every reason to think that Lee has betrayed him and caused the death of some of his closest friends and family members yet he still takes her side without a second thought and walks away from everyone and everything he has ever known. I just couldn't understand why he would do that and it made me question his character. By the end of the book they had both grown on me and I was able to start rooting for them but I was never quite as invested in either of their characters as I was in Tarver and Lilac which is probably why their appearance was such a highlight for me.

      While This Shattered World didn't quite manage to knock These Broken Stars off the series top spot it was still a fantastic read and I'm thoroughly enjoying this series. We've already met one of the main characters of the final book, Their Fractured Light, and I can tell you right now she's going to be fabulous. I have a feeling this trilogy is going to go out with a bang and I absolutely can't wait to see the downfall of LaRoux Industries!

      Source: Received from Turnaround in exchange for an honest review

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      Saturday, 28 February 2015

      Review: This Night So Dark - Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner

      Don’t miss the breathtaking short story that connects the first two novels in the Starbound trilogy, These Broken Stars and This Shattered World.

      Tarver still has nightmares about the night, six months before the Icarus crash, when he rescued a group of civilian researchers being held hostage by brutal mercenaries. Now Tarver and Lilac must reconcile his memories of that fateful night with the truth that they uncovered on a mysterious planet after the Icarus crashed.

      Includes three bonus preview chapters from This Shattered World! Download for free today for your e-reader or computer!

      Starbound Trilogy:
      These Broken Stars
      This Night So Dark (Novella)
      This Shattered World
      Their Fractured Light (2015)

      Visit Amie Kaufman's website, Meagan Spooner's website or the These Broken Stars website for more information

      This Night So Dark is a free novella that can be downloaded from the These Broken Stars website here. I have to warn you that the story is shorter than it looks because nearly half of the ebook is taken up with sample chapters from both These Broken Stars and This Shattered World but although I would have liked it if the story was longer I can't really complain when the author's have offered this for free.

      Although the main events in this story actually happened before events in These Broken Stars I wouldn't recommend reading this until after you've read the first book. People familiar with the first book will already know that Tarver is a war hero but we never really got much information about the mission that earned him that title. In This Night So Dark we find out what really happened in the form of flash backs as Tarver describes the event to Lilac after waking up from a nightmare.

      I don't want to say too much about the plot but I will say it gives us some more insight into the kind of man Lilac's father is, it hints at the conspiracy that Tarver and Lilac have already started to uncover and I think it shows that there is even more going on under the surface that we don't know about yet. It was nice to see Tarver and Lilac together after their rescue but if I'm honest I really wanted a bit more information about what they're up to now. I was kind of disappointed when I found out that This Shattered World is about two different main characters because although I'm sure Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner will make me fall in love with them too I'm still going to miss Tarver and Lilac. Hopefully we'll still get a little information about them as the series continues, I have a feeling that Lilac is going to have a key role to play in stopping her father's plans so I'm confident we'll have to see more of her.

      If you enjoyed These Broken Stars then you can't go wrong reading This Night So Dark, especially since it's free! It's always nice to be able to revisit characters and get more background information and this little novella achieves both of those goals and has left me eager to pick up the story in This Shattered World.

      Source: Downloaded for free via the author's website HERE

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      Friday, 27 February 2015

      Review: Dark Debt - Chloe Neill

      UK Cover
      A vampire never gets old. But neither do his enemies. When a figure from Ethan’s dark past makes a splashy debut in Chicago, Merit and her Master don’t know whether he’s friend or foe. But they’ll have to figure out soon, because trouble is brewing in the Windy City.

      At an exclusive society soiree attended by the upper echelons of the human and supernatural worlds, Merit and Ethan barely stop the assassination of a guest. When the target turns out to be a shady businessman with a criminal edge, Merit suspects a human vendetta. But the assassins have fangs . . .

      The connections to Chicago’s Houses go deeper than Merit knows, and even one wrong move could be her last . . .

      Chicagoland Vampires Series:
      Some Girls Bite
      Friday Night Bites
      Twice Bitten
      Hard Bitten
      Drink Deep
      Biting Cold
      House Rules
      Biting Bad
      Howling for You (Novella)
      Wild Things
      Blood Games
      Lucky Break (Novella)
      Dark Debt

      Visit Chloe Neill's website for more information

      **Please be aware that although this review will be spoiler free for Dark Debt it will include spoilers for previous books so if you haven't read Blood Games yet I would suggest that you don't continue reading**

      I'm a huge fan of the Chicagoland Vampires series and after the game changing events at the end of Blood Games I couldn't wait to get my hands on a copy of Dark Debt to find out what happens next! I was expecting the plot of this story to revolve around the dissolution of the GP and the newly established Assembly of American Masters but although that does play a role the main part of the story is something that has a much bigger impact on the three Chicago houses. It's difficult because there are so many things that I want to talk about but at the same time I would hate to give spoilers so I'm going to keep this review deliberately vague in regards to the plot. What I will say is that there is plenty of mystery and we are introduced to a surprising new enemy who I think will be keeping the team on their toes for quite a while to come.

      Merit and Ethan's relationship has been through the wringer but just when they get to a fairly good place an old face from Ethan's past shows up and threatens to ruin everything. This vampire is old and extremely powerful, likely stronger and faster than Ethan even, so for once he finds it it impossible to keep Merit safe. She is in the firing line and more vulnerable than we have ever seen her and it leaves her shaken and unsure of herself. As much as I love Merit because she's usually so kick ass it was interesting to see her in such a difficult situation, she suddenly finds herself no longer immune to vampire glamour and unsafe even when she's inside Cadogan house which is utterly terrifying for her. You should already know that Merit doesn't let anything hold her back for long though and as scared as she is her love for Ethan and her determination not to be his weakness soon have her fighting back harder than ever.

      It isn't only vampires who are causing them trouble though and they are actually at greater risk from a human mafia like group who have managed to get their claws into Navarre House. I think anyone who reads the series will probably agree with me that Morgan has been a bit of an idiot since the beginning. His attitude has annoyed me on more than one occasion and I haven't been a fan of his for a long time now so I was surprised to find myself feeling more than a little sorry for him here. His house is in a mess and although he didn't create the situation he certainly hasn't helped it but now he finally has the opportunity to turn things around and it looks like we might be about to see him man up for a change. I'll be really interested to see if this continues over the next few books and if it does Cadogan might just find they have a new ally in Navarre. I expect Morgan has a fight on his hands though so it might not be as smooth has he hopes.

      There is a lot going on in Dark Debt, there are plenty of plot twists and the amount of action is just right - enough to keep you gripped to the pages and not wanting to put the book down but still leaving room for the series trademark humour and for the brilliant characters to shine. Mallory and Catcher get a lot of page time and they were adorable, they actually made my heart melt a little! We even get to see a very surprising side to Merit's father, we all know what a terrible father he has been so far but perhaps this might go a little way towards making up for it. Of course Merit and Ethan are always my favourites, I just love seeing them together and their banter never fails to make me smile. As usual they have difficult battles to face here but this time they don't let it pull them apart and it just makes them a stronger couple than ever. I love this whole series but I think Dark Debt is probably one my favourite books so far and I just can't wait to see what happens next, we have definitely been given a hint of things to come too and, trust me, it's going to be a wild ride. I just wish I didn't have to wait for the next book to be published!

      Source: Received from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review

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      Blog Tour: Dark Debt - Chloe Neill (+ International Giveaway)

      I'm a HUGE fan of Chloe Neill's Chicagoland Vampires series, I absolutely love Merit, Ethan and the gang so I can't tell you how excited I am to be taking part in the blog tour to celebrate the release of the eleventh book in the series Dark Debt which publishes in the US on the 3rd of March and here in the UK just a couple of days later on the 5th.

      I was lucky enough to receive a proof of this book so I can tell you now that Dark Debt is just as fantastic as the rest of the series but if you check back later today you'll be able to read my full review. In the meantime let me give you a bit more information about the book:

      US Cover / US Cover


      A vampire never gets old. But neither do his enemies. When a figure from Ethan’s dark past makes a splashy debut in Chicago, Merit and her Master don’t know whether he’s friend or foe. But they’ll have to figure out soon, because trouble is brewing in the Windy City.

      At an exclusive society soiree attended by the upper echelons of the human and supernatural worlds, Merit and Ethan barely stop the assassination of a guest. When the target turns out to be a shady businessman with a criminal edge, Merit suspects a human vendetta. But the assassins have fangs . . .

      The connections to Chicago’s Houses go deeper than Merit knows, and even one wrong move could be her last . . .

      Buy Links:

      You can purchase or pre-order Dark Debt at the following links: | | Barnes & Noble | iBooks | Powells | Books-A-Million

      Tour Wide Grand Prize Giveaway:

      To celebrate the release Chloe is holding a fabulous giveaway for the following amazing prizes:

      • An engraved Cadogan House medal necklace
      • An Amazon gift card
      • Cadogan House cotton tote bag
      • Cadogan House keychian
      • Chicagoland Vampires bookmarks, pens, and lanyard

      You can enter this giveaway on Chloe's website HERE.

      Feeling Fictional Giveaway:

      Because Chloe is super generous she is also sending me a prize pack for me to give away to one of my lucky blog readers. I haven't received the pack yet but as soon as it arrives I'll update this post with a picture so you can see exactly what you'll be winning but I do know that the pack will include the following:
      • Cadogan House cotton tote bag
      • Cadogan House keychain
      • An autographed international Chicagoland Vampires or Dark Elite novel
      • Swag, including Chicagoland Vampires bookmarks and pens, and Cadogan House lanyards
        Giveaway terms & conditions:
        • Since I'll be shipping this prize to the winner myself I'm happy to say that this giveaway will be international.
        • The giveaway closes on the 13th of March at 23:59 GMT
        • You can enter using the Rafflecopter form below and the winner will be chosen at random via Rafflecopter and contacted soon after the giveaway ends for their contact information.
        • You will have 1 week to respond to my email or new winners will be chosen.
        • Please note that the prize pack will be sent using the cheapest shipping method (that is the only way I can afford to make it international) so it may take some time for the winner to receive their prize. I will also not be able to send the prize until I receive it from the author.

        a Rafflecopter giveaway

        Tour Hosts:

        Each stop in the Dark Debt blog tour will be holding their own giveaway so make sure you check out the rest of the blogs taking part:

        Week One
        Monday, February 23 – Finding Sanity in Our Crazy Life | Lore Lush Books
        Tuesday, February 24 – Star Crossed Book Blog | Little Miss Book Addict’s House of Books
        Wednesday, February 25 – Once Upon a Twilight | Krista’s Dust Jacket
        Thursday, February 26 – Goldilox and the Three Weres | Angel’s Guilty Pleasures
        Friday, February 27 – Feeling Fictional | Rabid Reads

        Week Two
        Monday, March 2 – Booklovers for Life | Bad Bird Reads
        Tuesday, March 3 (Release Day) – Saucy Wenches Book Club | Nomi’s Paranormal Palace | Fangs, Wands & Fairy Dust | Vampire Book Club
        Wednesday, March 4 – Ceres Book World | Book Infatuation Reviews
        Thursday, March 5 – Consummate Reader
        Friday, March 6 – Little Read Riding Hood | Three Chicks After Dark

        Thursday, 26 February 2015

        Review: The Fire Sermon - Francesca Haig

        Born as twins.
        Raised as enemies.

        One strong Alpha twin and one mutated Omega, the only thing they share is the moment of their death.

        The Omegas live in segregation, cast out by their families as soon as their mutation becomes clear. Forced to live apart, they are ruthlessly oppressed by their Alpha counterparts.

        The Alphas are the elite. Once their weaker twin has been cast aside, they're free to live in privilege and safety, their Omega twin far from their thoughts.

        Cass and Zach are both perfect on the outside: no missing limbs, no visible Omega mutation. But Cass has a secret: one that Zach will stop at nothing to expose.

        The potential to change the world lies in both their hands. One will have to defeat the other to see their vision of the future come to pass, but if they're not careful both will die in the struggle for power.

        Alpha & Omega Series:
        The Fire Sermon
        Future titles and release dates to be confirmed

        Visit Francesca Haig's author page on Goodreads for more information

        British author Francesca Haig has created a really interesting world in her debut novel The Fire Sermon. Four hundred years after an explosion that nearly destroyed the world life is very different for the survivors, technology was blamed for the apocalyptic event and is now banned so in a lot of ways it is like taking a step back in time and living in the past. Ever since the blast babies have been born in pairs, there is always one boy and one girl and there is always one Alpha and one Omega. The Alphas are strong, healthy and physically perfect while the Omegas are born with some kind of deformity and often much weaker and more sickly than their Alpha twin. You might think that natural selection would see to the deaths of the weaker twins but one other thing is completely certain, the twins lives are inexplicably linked and, no matter how far apart they are, the death of one always results in the death of the other.

        The Alphas are the ruling class, the are the leaders and the ones with power while the Omegas are treated like second class citizens. The Omegas are forced to leave their homes as soon as they're disability is discovered and sent to live in special settlements with others of their kind. They are not allowed to mix with the Alpha's and they live difficult lives where they only have enough food to barely survive. Cass and Zach are different, where most twins are separated practically from birth they were raised together until they were 13. Cass always knew she was the Omega but because her disability wasn't visible nobody was able to prove it and all she ever wanted was to stay with her brother. Zach had other plans though, Cass was holding him back and preventing him from taking his rightful place in society and he will always hate her for that. Even when they are separated Zach holds a grudge and his hatred may well be the cause of all out war between the Alphas and Omegas.

        The Fire Sermon raises so many interesting questions and really makes you look at how humanity can be so quick to judge people. Why do groups of people always find it so easy to turn on each other for such silly reasons? We've seen it time and time again in the past so I don't know why it would surprise me to see it happening here but really you'd expect twins to be protective of each other - especially if they know that they will die if their twin does! That link between the twins also makes it very difficult for the Omegas to fight back, how can they fight the Alphas when for every Alpha they kill they also murder one of their own? Cass seems to be one of the few people who always sees both sides to things but that doesn't mean it's easy for her to convince others that she is right.

        I really liked Cass, she has such a unique way of looking at things and in spite of all the horrible things that her brother does to her she always tries to see the good in him. She is in a pretty impossible position and because of her link to Zach she is in as much danger to from the Omegas she is fighting besides as she is from the Alphas who hunt her. I enjoyed seeing her relationship develop with Kip but we never got to know him as much as I hoped to, mainly because he had no memory of his past so was pretty much a blank slate when he met Cass. I was worried at one point that we were drawing into love triangle territory but happily this was completely resolved by the end of the book even if it was in a very unexpected way. Talking of the ending there are some fantastic twists and revelations towards the end of the book, a few that I'd figured out myself but even though I had an idea about some things I would never have guessed how they would resolve themselves!

        The Fire Sermon is a great start to the series and it left me desperate to find out what will happen next. The story has already been optioned by Dreamworks and I would love to see it on the big screen too but no matter what happens with the movie the sequel will be jumping straight to the top of my to read pile and I really hope Francesca Haig doesn't keep us waiting too long for it!

        Source: Received from Harper Voyager in exchange for an honest review

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        Wednesday, 25 February 2015

        Review: Broken Honor - Tonya Burrows

        Ice-cold and unbreakable, Travis Quinn is the HORNET team's hard-ass. No weaknesses. Except, of course, for the accident that not only destroyed his career as a Navy SEAL, but left terrifying blanks in his memory. But Travis remembers everything about Mara Escareno—the curve of her lips, the feel of her body...and how he walked out on her suddenly six weeks ago.

        Mara could never resist the dangerously sexy Travis, which is probably how she ended up pregnant and disowned by her family. But before Travis can fully process the news, Mara is kidnapped by his enemies and plunged into the violent, merciless world of human trafficking. They want Travis—and the information locked within his damaged memory—no matter the cost. And now Travis's enemies have discovered his only weakness...Mara.

        HORNET Series:
        SEAL of Honor
        Honor Reclaimed
        Broken Honor

        Wilde Security Series:
        Wilde Nights in Paradise
        Wilde for Her

        Visit Tonya Burrows' website for more information

        Broken Honor is the third book in Tonya Burrow's HORNET series and although each of the romances work as stand alone stories I would recommend reading the series in order to get the most out of watching the team bond together as a solid group of brothers. I've enjoyed every one of these stories so was expecting big things from Travis and he delivered on every level. This series is just so much fun to read and I'm always excited to get my hands on a new instalment.

        We already knew that Travis has been suffering with blackouts and memory loss since the car accident that cost both him and Gabe their careers as SEALs but they have since built the HORNET team into something that they are very proud of. Travis knows his time with the unit is running out though, it is getting harder and harder to hide his blackouts and on the last operation he ended up putting other team members at risk so he is facing the very difficult decision of having to walk away from everything he has worked so hard to build. Travis and Mara had a hot fling six weeks ago but Travis ran scared when he realised he was starting to develop feelings for her, now Mara is pregnant but before Travis has a chance to step up she is taken hostage to be used against him. Travis knows he doesn't have much of a future and that he has nothing offer a woman like Mara but he will do anything to keep her safe. His last job with the HORNETs is going to be his most important one yet but he wouldn't trust anyone else with the woman he loves and their unborn child.

        I've liked Travis from the very beginning of the series but I have to admit there were a few times I wanted to punch him in the face for the way he treated Mara at the beginning of this book. He was scared to admit he had feelings for her so he walked away and left her but it was his reaction to finding out she was pregnant that really made me want to slap him. Thankfully he came to his senses very quickly though so I was able to forgive him fairly easily, especially because you can see just how much he adores her. Once he'd got his head around things he was brilliant and he was soon back to the guy I'd respected and started to fall for in the previous books. Mara is a great character too, she is strong and independent and although she wants Travis by her side for her pregnancy she is willing to do it without him, she won't put up with any of his crap and calls him on his bad behaviour when she needs to. They make a great couple and have fantastic chemistry, even when they're not in the best situations but what I really loved was seeing them working together to escape the situation they found themselves in. I also really pleased that although Mara never doubted that Travis would come to her rescue she didn't sit around waiting for him and took an active role in trying to save herself.

        What I love most about this series is the bond between the team members and I've loved seeing this go from strength to strength throughout the series. The guys are bonded now and will always have each other's backs. This is tested a little when Jesse finds out that Travis slept with his cousin Mara, he is absolutely livid that Travis went behind his back and broke the bro code but they work things out in typical alpha man style. I've loved Jesse from the beginning and we get to meet his match in this story, I'm not going to tell you much about her but I will say that I think she's going to really put him through his paces and I absolutely can't wait to see it happen!

        The HORNET series has been full of action and suspense but I think that the bar was raised even higher in Broken Honor. Tonya Burrows has been laying down the building blocks for Travis's story since the first book and we see a lot of lose ends tied together here. I didn't find this book quite as heart wrenching as the previous instalment but I absolutely loved the epilogue and I was left with a huge smile on my face. The next book can't come soon enough!

        Source: Received from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review

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