Review: The Mysterious Case of Mr. Strangeway (novella) by Karina Cooper

the mysterious cas of mr. StrangewayThe Mysterious Case of Mr. Strangeway (novella) (St. Croix Chronicles, #0.5)


I’m so sad that Avon decided not to publish more of this SteamPunk series. They were able to publish the first two books in the series: Tarnished and Gilded, but decided not to pursue the rest with this novella, which is the prequel to the whole series. This is the beginning of a new publisher for Karina and Cherry St. Croix and I’m glad that Karina didn’t end it and got Carina Press (not related to Karina the author) to pick it up and publish the rest of the series.

I absolutely loved it! It’s so great to see how Cherry came to be a Collector and of how she met the smoking Micajah Hawke!

I love how this novella showed us how Cherry will grow to be that famous Collector that she is in the series and of how she came to get the name Sparrow for her disguise.

I also really enjoyed the mystery, as always, and how there were twists and turns to the case she was collecting.

Cherry will always be quick witted which we know will be her greatest suit and she will become even more…..intellectual on how to get information of those she’s chasing. You also get to see how she came to be inspired to invent her own weapons and gears from this first case of hers, so we definitely see how much she has grown from a curious child to an intelligent woman from this novella.

Though there were many repeated information about people and such in this novella as it does state in the novels, it was…..kind of in the way for us who has read the first two novels at this point. It would have been great for those who just started but it just got in the way of the story for me. But I love it still!

I should really read this now instead of listening to it on audio~ And I want a print version!!!

Rating: 4/5

Review: A Scandalous Secret by Ava Stone

A Scandalous Secret
A Scandalous Secret Novella (Audio) (Scandalous #2.5)


Okay, we have another great Ava Stone Book!!! This is also an audio I got and it’s the book before Olivia (Livvy) and Alex, the Duke of Kelfeild’s romance in  A Scandalous Pursuit~

Yes, I realized I’m reading the whole series backwards but it works and and can be read as standalones. LOL

In this installment we have Chester (Chet) Peyton, the Marquess of Astwick get a second chance at love with his first love and lost, Lady Hannah.  From what I saw of him from Livvie and Cordy’s book is that his mother the Grand Duchess is always pestering him, so it was really great to see how he came to be married and get out of his mother’s grasp. Not that his mother is a burden and mean lady because she really is funny and makes the story more interesting and fun but it’s just good to see that he won’t be troubled by her anymore. for the most part about marriage.

And here you have Lady Hannah Campbell, she’s the sister of James MacFadyn, the Earl of Carteret, which we see here and there in the series because well, all or most of the heroes are all friends. Hannah has just returned from the Continent a widowed and has brought her two sons back with her to stay with her brother and his family. She’s just getting ready to settle into life back in London when Caroline make her acquaintance.

Of course we know Caroline very well at this point and we know she’s always matchmaking, so therefore she decides to meddle in Chet’s life. She was appointed the person to find him a wife by the Grand Duchess his own mother so she takes it upon herself to do a lot of poking into the past to help him. And yes, there was the newly returned and widowed Lady Hannah!

From what we learned about Chet and Hannah’s past, from the own mouth of Caroline’s husband, Viscount Staveley, Hannah had always been a part of the men’s group. Chet has always been good to her when they were kids so it wasn’t anything unexpected but when Hannah ran off to Scotland and got married then moved to the Continent things turned south for Chet and James.

Caroline took that information and blackmailed Chet in a way to tell her all! From what we found, Chet had proposed marriage due a an very scandalous compromise James had found them in but without warning Hannah was packed off and married to a neighbor who enlisted in the army. Therefore, Chet never knew what really happened between them.

Of course, later Caroline dragged Hannah with her to Chet’s place to have them reconciliate and talk about what happened. And wow were things messed up for these two love birds!!! There’s misunderstandings, fraud, meddling from dead siblings, secrets and heartbreaks!!! It was just very…..touching.

One thing though. I wish it was just longer! Yes this is a novella and only at 49 pages I felt like everything was forgiven really quick. Though with all the meddlings from people it worked just fine with its fast pace and rush-i-ness, I still felt like I wanted more depth into the characters, most especially into Lady Hannah because she is just recent a widow and have two sons to care for. Chet on the other hand, we saw bits and pieces of him and know the reasons behind his rush to marry Hannah but I do wish he would have just….. I don’t know. This was his second chance at love and he took it so I guess he had the right to want everything in a flash.

Overall I super enjoyed it and Stevie Zimmerman did a fabulous narrating and voicing the characters.

Rating: 4/5

(Another very long review for Ava’s book) Review: A Scandalous Pursuit by Ava Stone

A Scandalous Pursuit (Scandalous, #3) 

A Scandalous Pursuit (Audio) (Scandalous #3)

Review: (More like a long summary of the whole book~)

So I’ve had the chance to get an audible version of this book too and I got to say Stevie Zimmerman is amazing at her voice acting and narration! She has done it again and I love her!

So this is Book 3 in the Scandalous series and I happen to have also read/listened to Book 4 back in….. November of last year. A Scandalous Past with my super long review of it also. LOL

But anyways, this is the story of Olivia (Livvie) Danbury the best friend of Cordy from A Scandalous Past. If I haven’t already read Cordy’s book this would have been a great introduction to Cordy’s and would have been a super fantastic surprise into what happen to each of them but of course they were great reads as standalone. But just as a heads up, Cordy’s book starts or happens at the same time Livvie is going through her story so many scenes will be connected but from different points of views.

So here we have Livvie and the Duke of Kelfield, Alex, whom were found in a compromising situation, by accident, while at her cousin’s house party one summer under his guardianship. Sadly Alex is also friends with Livvie’s said cousin so that must have been a difficult position to have been put into, but what caused that compromising situation to occur was very funny and very scandalous!

Livvie and Cordy were playing a game with the other ladies in the house hold while the gentlemen were out hunting. What game did they play? A scavenger hunt. Not a bad game but it can turn wicked depending on what you have to hunt for. So this was what lead Livvie into that very scandalous position, A game! And what was it that lead her towards it? She got to steal a button off of Kelfield’s waistcoat!!! And not just a button but his gold button with his family crest on it!

So on she goes feeling confident and nervous but why feel nervous when all of the men were out? Well well well, she found out the hard way I suppose. After some troubles and sneaking about she got the button and was on her way out when footsteps approached the door and the next thing she knew, the door knob was turning and female giggling! She must have been freaked because in the speed of light she ducked right back into that armoire where she clipped off Kelfield’s button!

And of course it was the rogue himself Kelfield with a maid! And well, you know what happened, Livvie witnessed a very scandalous and naughty scene of which she should never have seen in her 18 years of life as an innocent! But of course it roused her curiosity and she couldn’t help but be fascinated and well, disturbed at what was happening outside that armoire. But she got to see some very nice….behind and legs of Kelfield!!!

But of course we can’t forget that they were compromised and how did that happen?  As a matter of fact, Livvie just happen to sneeze while Alex was getting himself ready to “climax”~ Heaheahea Sorry for being naughty and scandalous but this was within the first Chapter! So there’s no spoilers here. ;)

But yes, she was found out by the ruthless rogue and you guessed it, Compromised indeed! Well, not really because no one actually saw them and everything was fine for a couple more chapters~ But they did have a very awkward and tense chat after her discovery in his armoire. But all was well and nothing were to come of it if not spoken of till, Bam! Someone did see them, well heard all of Alex’s romps which then saw Livvie leaving the hallway of which Alex’s room was located an hour or so later. Gasps!!!

And so, they were forced to marry even if they both argued against it that nothing happened and even if Livvie had a fiancee. Yes she had a fiancee!! I know we dealt with this in Cordy’s book but I was still very sad for Phillip. Fighting in the war and only surviving with the thoughts of coming home to his Livvie~ :(

Oh and before they got married Livvie found out Alex had a daughter. An illegitimate daughter, Poppy. Livvie was surprised but she took it in stride and was very caring and loving to Poppy. Their friendship turned mother daughter relationship was very sweet and Poppy is just an angel!

You see, Poppy’s mother was an actress whom had cared for her in a small town house with regular visits from Alex. Her mother then abandoned her to Alex when she ran off to become a Countess and moved to France, all the while Alex had no clue about it because he was at the house party. So it was a total surprise for both Alex and Livvie to find Poppy at his resident, but he won’t throw Poppy out, he’s very protective of her even to the point of not wanting Livvie to get close to his daughter for fear of her rejection of Poppy. But that doesn’t happen.

At this point we also find that Livvie is all alone. Cordy has been banned from visiting or seeing Livvie due to her hasty and scandalous nuptials to a rogue with a illegitimate daughter, so Livvie was very much alone to her own thoughts. But, Alex have friends with wives who accepted her into their little circle of having married scandalously and to men of reputations among the ton. Of course her cousin Caroline have a huge role in this book as she did in Cordy’s and I believe in the whole series, so it was great seeing her in action again meddling in others affairs and such but also being there for Livvie in time of need.

But the happiness doesn’t last long as for we know from Cordy’s story, Phillip, Livvie’s childhood love and fiancee returns from war to heartbreaks abound! At this point Alex starts to come to terms of what was happening and that his marriage to Livvie was just a game. She had never wanted to marry him so with Phillip’s return he made up his mind that Livvie’s love will always be with Phillip. Therefore he went into a rage and left Livvie to mope and drink himself senseless when he found her reading a letter from Phillip one evening.

And so, with Phillip’s return and heartbreak he challenged Alex to a duel for taking another man’s intended in which was accepted because Alex was so vexed that Livvie would still act as though she cared or knew not of what she had done to him. But of course Alex didn’t accept the challenge to fight for his love of Livvie (so he thought) but just to get his anger out and to let Phillip take his anger out for his loss.

But even after the duel Alex didn’t return to Livvy, he hid himself from her and Poppy and drank away his days. Livvie on the other hand was sadden and at a lost at what to do because Alex wouldn’t listen to sense and ran off into the night! She wasn’t going to just let him give up on them so she enlisted the help of Alex’s coachman to drive her to all of Alex’s previous locals of adventure just to find him. Scandalous that was! She even talked to his mistress before their hasty marriage so that was determination!

But when she found him it wasn’t to find and bring him home but to tell him she was leaving. Not for Phillip, but with Poppy into the country side to his family estate there.

Now there’s a back story to that too. Alex’s family estate in the country side was where he grew up and where he never returned to after he was sent off to school as a boy. It brought on bad memories and even nightmares for him because of all the pain he’d suffer from their and of the memories of his mother’s pain at the hands of his father. You see, he blames himself for her torture and pain because he’d done something wrong which got him sent to school and away from his mother. So for Livvie to go there was just torture in itself for him to live with. But there are more secrets to tell after that too~

So, in all this was a very fantastic listen!!! I super love how we got to see different points of views again from multiple reoccurring characters from the series and of course of scenes we got from other books but now we get to see why and how it came about.

I super love that we got a whole different view of Cordy and how different it would have made us feel and think about her if we haven’t happened to have read her book first. I mean, I super love her and seeing her in scenes with Haversham in this book really built up for her book. I would never have guessed what would have happened to her if I just didn’t read her book first! I really do regret that. It would have made for a super fun and intense read. But I still love it nevertheless.

A con I have for this is……Kelfield’s voice. I love Stevie but her voice for Kelfield is just not to my liking. Yes he’s to sound snotty, arrogant, a care for nothing jerk, and haughty snob but I just hated it!!! It just really got on my nerve and it didn’t make me picture him as a hot sexy Duke that he should be. I know he is but when he opens his mouth and starts talking it’s like, “Oh no, just don’t talk for him and just narrate what he said so I can see him in my head the way I want to see him sound!”

Not hating but that really made it hard for me listen too. But I really liked her other voices for the other gentlemen so that’s just weird.

Another thing was Livvie never thinking of Phillip. I felt very mad at one point when her mind didn’t even registered him up when it did at the beginning of the book! Like if you really did love the man it should always be there right? Unless you were put in her shoes up against Alex but still, Phillip should have crossed your mind more than just right when he returned! And it wasn’t even that long ago when they got married and she stopped thinking about Phillip and stared drooling for Alex.

But yes, both Livvie and Alex are amazing characters and I love how much they change from the beginning to the end. Livvie most especially went from demure and mild to a very strong and fearless young woman. Though she wanted to be respected and accepted back into the ton and society, she also wanted to challenge society of their haughty rules and even the rules of Alex by roaming the streets of London’s notorious gaming halls and brothels to find him. Alex on the other hand didn’t change much but I really love how he started opening up to Livvie about his past and childhood and even emotional wise with his actions towards Poppy and Livvie.

So yup, this is another great read from Ava and I can't wait to get Phillip's story in My Favorite Major!!! And of course Cordy's Avery brothers~

Rating: 4/5


Review: Loving Lady Lazuli

 Loving Lady Lazuli


This is my first read for Shehanne Moore's work and I got to say I very much enjoyed it.

Cassidy is now a respectable lady, masquerading as a widow and living in the country far away from her past in the big city. Ten years ago she was right here too in the country but known as the infamous thief, Sapphire. Only having been a child of 16 and a master at thieving the riches of their jewels, she has ever only did one mistake: stashing the Wentworth emeralds with the one man she never thought she'll met again, Lord Devorlane Hawley. But now she's on a different mission, the rights to prove her birth and heritage.

Ten years ago Devorlane was accused of stealing the Wentworth emeralds and was kicked out of his family and home and sent off to war at 19. All because of the one girl -a child!- that seduced him in the coach with a kiss and stuffed his pocket with the jewels, the thief, Sapphire! He will never forget what she put him through and he'll get his revenge now that he's back and she apparently is also back in town.

Both these characters were fun and full of energy. They were always at eachother's throat but those were the best scenes!

Both have their secrets to hold onto and both were quick to think, so when banters came flying out of their mouth they knew how to counter and use every bit of their knowledge of eachother and of their own wit to extreme.

Even from the first moment Devorlane came to confront Cass about her past but doing it secretly just to get her to slip up her rogue but Cass knowing his play already was so much fun!

Both these characters were hilarious when they think to themselves and about the other. They seemed very mature when they speak politely with haughtiness but really they're childish to me in a sense. I may be reading them wrong but that's how I read their personalities through how they thought through things and of eachother.

They both have flaws that made it difficult for them to trust and respect the other because of what happened to them in the past and man were they really mean to eachother! Even if they were attracted to eachother they highly refused to acknowledge it to eachother.

Devorlane was more haughty. He propositioned Cass to becoming his mistress in place of keeping her secret past a secret and for helping her locate the papers of her heritage. But as they got closer and mixed emotions started sparking he was still the hard one to crack. He was still mean to Cass despite caring for her because of the grudge he held for her but as know, it all will fall and he'll come to his senses.

As for Cass, she was more cool. She took up with Devorlane and hit him right back with her retorts and man did she hit some spots! She even grabbed the reins from him when she found his secrets! Balls ladies, she gots balls. I really liked her though at times I got frustrated with the both of them, they were almighty fun to journey with. It was great seeing them open up and change from being children to mature loving adults at the end.

Oh and Cass' "sisters" were great additions to the story and momentum! I really love them and hope to see more if that were to ever happen.

This isn't what I'll call a regular historical romance because of all the energy from both these characters. It's not like, cute. It's not dark but can be seen in that way. Not I overtly happy either but I really enjoyed it.

Review: Uncovering You by Scarlett Edwards


Uncovering You unfolds over multiple volumes of approximately 125 pages each. Each volume is a fully-contained story with a climax and conclusion. Uncovering You 2, subtitled, Submission, will be available April 20th, 2014.

Okay, first off, I didn’t know this was going to be a on going series/serial. I’m not rating it based off of that but it’s good to let y’all know this ahead of time. I may have misread or over looked this part while captivated in the synopsis when I signed up for the tour but all is well! This book is just amazing~!

And I mean it!! I don’t usually, like ever pick up a on-going series because I hate the wait and I most definitely dont like serials because of all the cliff-hangers but, I’ve loved the ones I have read (Eloisa James’ With This Kiss, Cynthia Sax’ Seen Trilogy, and Karina Cooper’s St. Croix Chronicles) So, this is going to be another one of them favorites.

Anyways, this was a very fascinating read. I was hooked in the first couple of pages! Which is a great sign and every page after it. Though I should warn, it might take a while for some readers to get used to the way the story is set because of the way it’s written. This story takes you to the past and jumps around –spanning some months and years– telling you the story of Lily’s life and semi parallels her current situation, how she came to be where she’s at –kidnapped.

Of course there’s a lot of tension and suspense as to her captor and we know why she’s there, hence the title– but more to it is what’s going to happen to her.

It’s a good thing there will be conclusions to each of the “volumes” because I don’t know how I’ll handle cliff-hangers so it was a good thing I at least had an ending point in this first volume.
Anyways, Lily. She’s the victim or captive of this story and we are seeing things from her side of the fence. It can be very….err…I want to say disturbing because it’s just freaky petrifying, like The Lovely Bones kind of way (the movie, or the book too). It’s Mind Boggling! A Game! You can feel her terror-stricken self having been kidnapped and not knowing where and by whom, and being caged in this room. You don’t know exactly what to think! It’s…. Arhg~!!

But we get to see both side of Lily throughout this first installment. We get to see her past self before the events and then some of the present and future. Throughout this whole “captivity” she has always kept a mental string on her mind even though at points it’s just too much for her she still manages to hold on and that’s just, Wow. It shows how much strength she has and strong willed she has to try to get through this and see it to the end. She gots spunk I tell you, Spunk! I absolutely love her will power.
~Spoiler!!! More like a rant but manageable~

Okay, I just got to say, this story got me mad!! Frustrated more like it!! Ugh!!! I so wanted to throw my phone (which I’m reading on) against the wall while I read this. (This does not mean I hated the story) It’s just so…ughh….bloody mad!! It makes me mad!! Like in a Very good way. I would have rebelled the second I got that contract, Lily! I was already ripping it up to pieces in my head as I read it and, Urgh!!!! Lily!!! Don’t you dare! But of course you will! *strangle strangle strangle Lily and JS!!! Strangle!*

~Spoiler End~

I so hate JS! Hate him with the mad passions of a thousand burning Suns!! Kicking and Screaming!!! I don’t care how hot you might be, I hate you!!!

But I won’t put this book down. No! I want more, dang it!!! Ugh!!!!

Alrighty now. Now that that’s out, this is a dark but not scary bloody gory story, just the scary mind game of being trapped and alone and being watched kind of creepiness! Maybe even erotic? Plus, it being a slow build up of suspense is good because the reading itself was fast!! Super fast if you’re invested in it like me even through all the angry fits and tantrums. But this build up slowly leads to the end and into the next volume, which is totally fine but now I have to wait till April!!! It’s so far away!

Okay, so I have to keep up with this series now and see how it goes in the next book –or books. Yup~ I need to finish this!!!

Gosh you make me angry but I want you! I don’t even like reading this kind of setting or theme of captive and captor romance! They get me so mad! But gosh they’re so good!

*Warning: It might just be me being too invested in this story but I had to use my stresser gavel with this reading, and thank goodness for it!

I highly recommend it though!!! Pick it up, pick it up!!!

This eARC was provided by the author.

Rating: Trying to figure out if it’s a 4 or 5. I have to sleep on this for a day or two before settling on it!

Review~ Twelve To Murder by Lauren Carr

Twelve to Murder 7


This was my first read of Lauren Carr’s books and of the Mac Faraday Mysteries series.

I haven’t read mysteries for a super long time because I was in a phase with Historical romances so this was a great escape from what I was normally reading. Plus, I was starting to fall out with my HR so it was a super great relieve from it.

First off, I would love to thanks Lauren for the cast of character list and their relation to the story. They’re not spoilers but they help set the foundation of the story and give background information about each character. Plus, it”s a really great help for readers, such as I, to understand because I haven’t read any Mac Faraday Mysteries before and this is Book 7 in the series.

Anyways, so there’s a double murder, the Stillman couple. A has-been former child teen star is indicated as the killer. How did they know this? Well, the son of the two murdered came home to find their dead bodies and a name written in blood!!! — Lenny Frost!

So, why did they think he killed them? Well, the murdered Stillman wife, Janice, is a retired talent agent that helped raise Lenny to stardom. So why not Lenny as the killer, he might have had some grudges against her for his failure and drug addiction as he was one of her clients.

But what was thought to be a solved case turned into a hostage situation when Lenny Frost decided to hold up a pub and its customers to halt his arrest in the murder and to find help to prove his innocence. How was he going to do that? Enlist the infamous detective, Mac Faraday!!!

But Lenny will only give mac 12 hours to solve the case because he’s at his end so if the case isn’t solved by midnight, every one was going to die. Hence the title~!!! But during their hold up the customers were able to be in peace because Lenny wasn’t exactly a threat. He let them do things: watch t.v, eat, talk among themselves…it’s like a normal day at the pub but, in a hostage situation.
As Mac and his friend David get down to business, they uncover clues and some very much twists and turns in the case. You see, Lenny was kidnapped years ago and the case was never solved as to whom had kidnapped him. A retired FBI agent’s career was ruined as was Lenny’s due to his kidnapping case because the kidnapper was never found and the money never found. But, were the Stillmans killed because of something else? They own a club. A Comedy club. But what goes on there has dark secrets. Drug dealers roam the area and could it have been one of them? But Lenny is a druggie so it all came back to him.

As Mac work on the hostage case, there’s also another case he’s working on. His relationship with Archie, his love. I love how even though it’s a mystery, there’s a hint of romance in it.

Archie used to work as an editor for Mac’s late famous writer birth mother, whom he inherited millions from along with an estate and her dog, Gnarly. She wants to push their relationship forward and has waited long enough for him but he’s still feeling the burn his ex-wife did him by leaving him nothing in after their divorce. So he’s sketchy on moving forward with Archie but knows he wants to have a future with her. As this was all opening up, they get some help from unlikely places and well, things turn out okay. Their relationship may have some faults and misunderstandings but it’s very beautiful.

Back to the case, there were many unforeseen, in my sense, outcomes. There were many twists and turns as I indicated along with many casts of characters involved in the case. That’s why that cast list in the beginning was very much appreciated and useful in following the story and the case all together! And it gets solved!!!

I love how Mac and David put and placed everything together to solve the case! There were many fun scenes and laughable comments, And, it was fast paced and kept me turning the pages! I love crime and detective shows so this was a very nice read and man was it fun. The characters were great and the interactions were fun to follow. And Gnarly, he’s fabulous!!!

The suspense and mystery was very well written and easy to follow along with the details and how the investigation went. The pace was great too because I really enjoyed it. And it really was something different from watching the crime and detective shows, so it was great.

I know I’ll be looking more into this series and many other works by Lauren.

Thanks Lauren! For a copy and autograph of Twelve to Murder!

Rating: 4/5

Review~ Tangled Hearts by Heather McCollum

Tangled Hearts (Highland Hearts, #2) Review:
Oh this book and story is so much fun to read! Of course this is the second book in the series but you can still read it and follow the series as a stand alone. And this is an Historical romance dating back to the Tudor times so beware. It’s my first read of Heather’s work and I’m super going to be getting her first book in the series and her novella~

I can not tell you how much this book made me laugh and smile like crazy. Even the witty banters and logical quirks from the couple was amusing and fun to read and follow. This couple is just so much fun to watch and see how they were going to shuffle through their feelings for each other and try to figure out how they were going to go about things in their dilemmas during many complicated circumstances.

I actually really liked Dory (Pendora). She was really fun to see grow and mature even though she seemed to be somewhat of a wild and selfish person, she was raised by pirates and lived at sea on board a ship so it was understandable but she also had many great characteristics. She is seen from people as a witch because she has these magical powers that were given to her at birth. She has “powers” that she uses to help heal people and cure them of their injuries or with their health problems. The “curing hands of light”. She also has the power to manipulate the weather, which I thought was super cool because I would so love that power for my own purposes, but it’s just so amazing how she uses it to her own advantages to help herself and those she cares about escape danger. And she does get into a lot of trouble and dangerous circumstances but she’s a very clever and fast thinker so she always turns things into her liking. Of course she also has the sexy Scot whom she calls Warrior at her side.

The Warrior, Ewan was like my favorite lost love~ He was so swoon worthy from the beginning that I was just hooked on him. To start him off with teaching his 16 year old cousin how to treat a lady and try not to get seduced into their under skirts was just…giggling worthy. It was just fun and funny to see how the teacher (Ewan) turned into a student and the student turned into a teacher. Everything he taught his young cousin was thrown back at him when he did the totally opposite with Dory. It was just so much fun to see and to read his reaction when his cousin tells him of what he did and said “wrong” to a lady. Wow. This Scot is just Wonderful!!!! Even when he knows things are going to go wrong he takes it with his head held high and ready to pull the sword out to defend his life and the lady even when she’s the one to throw herself into troubles. He’s so broody~

This was a fast paced action packed adventured that you will totally enjoy and love. Sure there are some stopping here and there to piece things and history together but everything gets going once you got it all in place and back rolling.

It was a super great read and I would highly recommend it for Scots lovers and adventured filled fantasy travelers.

This eARC was provided by the publishers at Entangled Publishings.

Rating: 4 / 5