THE CRIMSON CROWN is the finale to one of my favourite YA fantasy series of all time; to say that my expectations were high is an understatement. I’m very pleased to say that it completely lived up to my expectations, and I unreservedly recommend the series.
Stephen Graham Jones’ novella MAPPING THE INTERIOR is an extremely unsettling story about a young boy haunted by the ghosts of his family, both literally and figuratively. Compelling, searing, and well written, this story will undoubtedly be on my mind for quite some time.
In BETRAYALS, the fourth Cainsville book, Olivia, Gabriel, and Ricky are still grappling with the implications of their shared role in the underground Fae conflict that has shaped their lives.
In this Romance Review Roundup, I share my thoughts on THE GIRL WITH THE MAKE-BELIEVE HUSBAND by Julia Quinn, GETTING RID OF BRADLEY by Jennifer Crusie, and Ingrid Paulson’s WHY I LOATHE STERLING LANE.