Bryce Quinlan used to light up Crescent City, partying all night in the clubs where the strict classes of angel, shifter, human and Fae merge intona sea of beautiful bodies.
And the a demon murdered her closest friends.
Two years later, when the supposed killer is behind bars but the ceimes start up again, the city’s leaders command Bryce to help investigate. They assign an enslaved fallen angel, Hunt Athalar, to make sure she does. But as Bryce fights to uncover the truth – and resist her attraction to the brooding angel who shadows her every step – she finds herself following a trail that leads deep into her own dark past.
Hi everyone and welcome to the third wrap-up of the year. March may not have been the best month with everything that’s happening and I hope everyone is staying safe and doing well. Reading-wise I had a very good month, though. I read a lot of books that I know will be all time favorites for years to come. I finally had my first five star read of the year and even my second. You can find them below.
Also, I’m super behind on posting my reviews but I swear they’re coming!
1. Soul of the Sword by Julie Kagawa (audiobook) — 4/5★ (Review to come)
2. A Thousand Ships by Natalie Haynes — 4/5★ (Review to come)
3. Tell Me Lies by J.P. Pomare (audiobook) — 4/5★ (Review to come)
4. Administrations of Lunacy by Mab Segrest — DNF (Review to come)
6. House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas — 5/5★ (Review to come)
7. The Beast by Katee Robert — 4/5★ (Review to come)
8. Twice a Wish by Pepper Winters — 4.5/5★ (Review to come)
Favorite book of the month:
This book was just epic! I still need to post my review which I’m hoping to do soon but oh my god I loved it so so so much. And I have a feeling no other book is going to beat it for favorite book of the year. Yes, it was that good. It reminded me of the urban fantasy books I used to read years ago. SO GOOD!
What was your favorite book of March?