Damsel⭐⭐⭐⭐ (The Ass-hat and the Dragon)

I picked up this book not knowing what to expect, and I thought that the first part of the book was exciting, fun and a bit bizarre. Which I loved and thought this was going to be a fun read. But then things started to shift towards a much darker place..


Bloodleaf⭐⭐⭐⭐ (My waterworks got some exercise)

This is a story about the princess Aurelia, who is about to be sent away to marry the sickly and weak crown prince of the neighbouring country. In her own country she’s met with fear and hate from her people. It is rumoured the she is a witch, and they are an evil scourge on the world. At least that is what the people are being taught by an influential group who likes nothing more than to execute users of magic.

Brave⭐⭐⭐⭐ (PTSD and Trolls)

So we came to the end of the the trilogy, and it was great! Kickass fight scenes, drama, plot twists I did not see coming and Think was still awesome! This book gave me pretty much all I wanted, except for an ending to the story. But I realised halfway trough that there would not be time for that, and if there were it would be kind half-assed. And that was pretty much the only thing that lowers the score on the book. But no biggie, there was still so much to like!

Torn ⭐⭐⭐⭐1/2 (Pwned by anatomically correct Brownie)

We start where we left of in the first book. Like we just turned a page actually, no time jump at all. Which I really liked, not many authors do this but chooses a time jump and a soft beginning with a recap of lost time. So nice to see something rare. And there is no lazy start. Drama, angst and action from the start. The pacing varies as it should and the puns are on cue. Much like the first book. //Grimmsnaught

Beast: A Tale of Love and Revenge – ⭐⭐⭐⭐ (Mayor trigger warning)

This book is a retelling of the classical "Beauty and the Beast", but it has left the disney label behind in the attic with the barbie dolls. Meaning I would rate this book as New Adult (or 18+, if you can handle brutal subjects) and is not appropriate for young readers. //Grimmsnaught

Wicked ⭐⭐⭐⭐ (I want my own Tink!)

Review of Wicked by Jennifer L Armentrout. 3 words I would use for this book is eventful, steamy and better-than-it-looks. (Ok, i cheated. so sue me ;P) I was overall positively surprised by this book. I expected a quick, noncommittal and easy read during a busy work week and got a book that I did not want to put down.