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Blog Tour Book Review: Once a Rebel by Mary Jo Putney

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Today’s post is a book review for a book I received as part of a blog tour with Silver Dagger Book Tours

about the book

coverTitle: Once a Rebel
Author: Mary Jo Putney
Series: Rogues Redeemed book 2
Published: May 2017
Genre: Historical Romance
Goodreads’ Rating: 3.74 / 5 stars
My Rating: ♥♥♥ / ♥♥♥♥♥
As Washington burns, Callista Brooke is trapped in the battle between her native England and her adopted homeland. She is on the verge of losing everything, including her life, when a handsome Englishman cuts through the violent crowd to claim that she is his. Callie falls into her protector’s arms, recognizing that he is no stranger, but the boy she’d once loved, a lifetime ago.

Lord George Gordon Audley had been Callie’s best friend, and it was to Gordon she turned in desperation to avoid a loathsome arranged marriage. But the repercussions of his gallant attempt to rescue her sent Callie packing to Jamaica, and Gordon on a one way trip to the penal colony of Australia.

Against all odds, Gordon survived. Finding Callie is like reclaiming his tarnished soul, and once again he vows to do whatever is necessary to protect her and those she loves. But the innocent friendship they shared as children has become a dangerous passion that may save or destroy them when they challenge the aristocratic society that exiled them both

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my review.png*I received an electronic copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not alter or influence my opinion in any way*

I was drawn to this book for a number of reasons, firstly, its genre. I am a lover of anything historical fiction, especially if there is a hint of romance intertwined within the story. 

We follow two young friends who are neighbours and children belonging to affluent English families. However, neither of them are close to being the family’s favourite. They become so close, that when Catherine’s Father decides to marry her off to a widower who is as old as he, there is no question about the two friends eloping to avoid the unwanted marriage. This plan does not succeed however, and they are caught. In order to save her friend, Catherine promises to marry the widower and be a good wife. 

Years later, during the war between England and America, George is hired to sail to America and rescue a young English widow and bring her back to her estranged family. The widow turns out to be his childhood friend, Catherine. Weeks pass and they survive the war hiding out in Baltimore with her step-children and their grandparents. When the war is over they return to England. 

This book was full of romance, and that was one part that I really enjoyed. The beginning of the story when they were children was sweet, with him asking for her hand in marriage in order to save her from her fate. Once they were older and found each other again, the courtship of the two was quite predictable, but still beautiful. 

Unfortunately this book didn’t grab me completely. Although there were parts that I did enjoy, I felt that there were a number of chapters that did not really need to be there, they only succeeded in dragging the story on somewhat. Right in the end chapters there was a twist that made the ending more interesting, and I was glad for it as I really badly wanted something exciting to happen!

Technically this book is the second in the series called Rogues Redeemed, however, I read it as a standalone and there were no issues with the story.

Thank you to Mary Jo Putney and Silver Dagger Book Tours for allowing me to read and review this book for you.

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mary joMary Jo Putney was born in Upstate New York with a reading addiction, a condition for which there is no known cure. After earning degrees in English Literature and Industrial Design at Syracuse University, she did various forms of design work in California and England before inertia took over in Baltimore, Maryland, where she has lived very comfortably ever since (Goodreads).

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Book Review: Pigeon Blood Red by Ed Duncan

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Title: Pigeon-Blood Red
Author: Ed Duncan
Published: February 25, 2016 by Zharmae
Format: Paperback
Source: Author for Review
Pages: 250
Goodreads’ Rating: 3.77 / 5
My Rating: ♥♥♥ 1/2 / 5 stars
Synopsis: For underworld enforcer Richard “Rico” Sanders, it seemed like an ordinary job. Retrieve his gangster boss’s priceless pigeon-blood red ruby necklace and teach the double-dealing cheat who stole it a lesson. A job like a hundred before it. But the chase quickly goes sideways and takes Rico from the mean streets of Chicago to sunny Honolulu, where the hardened hit man finds himself in uncharted territory when a couple of innocent bystanders are accidentally embroiled in the crime.

As Rico pursues his new targets, the hunter and his prey develop an unlikely respect for one another and Rico is faced with a momentous decision: follow his orders to kill the couple whose courage and character have won his admiration, or refuse and endanger the life of the woman he loves?

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*I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not alter or influence my opinion in any way*

Pigeon-Blood Red is the first book in a trilogy following three main characters, but mainly Rico, the hitman. There were a number of characters introduced throughout the book, some of the time, the way they were introduced confused me slightly, however, it became clear as the time went on.

The characters were well written and multi-dimensional. I enjoyed seeing the main character, Rico, grow and change throughout the story as he developed feelings for a woman and decided to protect her, no matter the cost.
The love story was not a big part of the whole story, which was refreshing. It was there on the side as an added extra, but did not take over the story.

As a lover of crime stories, I did enjoy this one. It was a short book of only 250 pages, but it got to the point and I didn’t find myself getting bored. As I mentioned previously, there were sections in which I was a bit confused about characters as they were being introduced out of nowhere, and you may find this too.. all I can say is persevere and it will all make sense to you.

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a quick read, with a bit of action and characters who are relatable. 

Thank you again to Ed for sending me a copy of this book. I really did enjoy it.

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Ed is a graduate of Oberlin College and Northwestern University Law School. He was a partner at a national law firm in Cleveland, Ohio for many years. Ed, originally from Gary, Indiana lives just outside Cleveland. He is at work on the second installment in the trilogy that begun with Pigeon-Blood Red

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Book Review: Sublime Karma by Peyton Garver

book coverTitle: Sublime Karma
Author: Peyton Garver
Genre: YA Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 30, 2016
Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing
Goodreads’ Rating: 4.25 / 5 stars
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When Brie’s stepfather moves the family for what he calls a new beginning, it’s not the new beginning the beautiful, yet guarded, senior would have hoped for. Brie is instantly targeted by jealous girls at her new school, and the only available seat on her bus is next to the school’s star wide receiver, Jake, who for some reason, finds her offensive. After a humiliating article and picture of Brie is posted in the online school journal, a demon she thought she’d overcome resurfaces, and her life unravels. A newly compassionate Jake has finally taken an interest in her, but can Brie learn to trust her heart, or will she miss out on the best thing that ever happened to her?  Jake has his own secrets and has built his own walls, but eventually his curiosity about the new girl gets the best of him. Unfortunately, now there is competition: the captain of her cross-country team. Jake’s romantic histories with the girl next door and the school’s queen bee, adds tension to a simmering tempest when all he wants is Brie. Is he strong enough to help the one he loves weave sense into her crumbling new reality while overcoming his own tainted past?

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Sublime Karma follows two main characters – Brie and Jake. Jake is a popular guy, he is on the football team, and everyone seems to like him. Brie is the new girl, who has attracted the attention of a number of people – and not all for good reasons.
Jake wants to get to know her but she seems to keep everyone at arms length and doesn’t seem too interested in making friends. Not like that is going to stop him.

We learn that Brie has quite a bit of baggage, I’m not going to go into detail and spoil anything, but she has a number of demons in her world, trying to make her fail. I did enjoy her character in the sense that she seemed real. She had real problems that a number of people her age are probably dealing with. She was able to open up to Jake and get the help that she needed, and he stuck by her.
Jake had his own secrets, but not anything like Brie’s. He dealt with them the best way he knew how – by pretending they weren’t an issue. Eventually he tells Brie his secrets as a way of getting her to trust him, and because of that, he begins to heal also.

Sublime Karma is a great story of young love and how it conquers all. I was hooked on this book from the beginning, I wanted to know what their ‘secrets’ were. I really connected with the characters and the storyline itself. Overall, this was a wonderful book and I would highly recommend it, especially to those who enjoy reading about diverse topics and mental health issues.

Thank you for stopping by to read my review of Sublime Karma by Peyton Garver. I hope you enjoyed it. Thank you to YA Bound Book Tours for allowing me to review it.
Until next time, happy reading
Kim x

About The Author

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As a child, Peyton called places like Livorno, Italy; Orléans, France; and Augsburg, Germany home. She has since settled in Maryland, where she earned her degree in education at Towson State University, married her sweetheart of two years, and became an instant mother to three spirited young boys before adding another son to the brood. And, with their yellow lab George, it’s no stretch to say she’s outnumbered.
 When not writing, Peyton is a full time teacher. Inspired by the individual spirits, heartaches, and triumphs of her students, Peyton has developed characters who resemble real world teens dealing with real issues: relationships, jealousy, bullying, and depression. Her newest novel, Sublime Karma, is a contemporary story filled with emotion, depth, wit, and suspense. Sublime Karma will be published in the fall of 2016 by Soulmate Publishing.  When asked if she actually involves her students in her stories, Peyton answered that her stories are completely fictional, but then admitted to an activity in which she does involve them. “One quirky, fun thing I like to do with students who have read my book is develop a dream cast for my characters. That all started when a group of girls were arguing over which actor they thought best fit the character Four in Veronica Roth’s novel Divergent. They then turned their efforts to my manuscript. I’ve since added those dream casts to my website.”  When she’s not teaching or writing, Peyton enjoys traveling. The Caribbean Islands have become a favorite vacation getaway for Peyton and her husband. “Nothing is better than sitting on a beach, in front of the crystal clear sea, enveloped in the warmth of the tropical sun with a frosty piña colada and a good book that I just can’t put down.”

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Blog Tour Book Review: The Watson Girl by Leslie Wolfe

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Today’s post is a book review as part of the blog tour for The Watson Girl by Leslie Wolfe. I hope you enjoy reading my review as much as I enjoyed writing it, and I also hope that this tour stop makes you want to add this one to your TBRs. Here we go!

about the book

the watson girlTitle: The Watson Girl
Author: Leslie Wolfe
Series: Tess Winnett Book #2
Genres: Crime & Thriller; Police
Format: Kindle eBook


An entire family is murdered and, by a quirk, a young girl is left unharmed. For fifteen years, she believed the killer had been caught, and he’s now on death row, awaiting execution. While trying to be content with her adoptive family, she’s living in relentless uncertainty and the fear of remembering what really happened that night when she was five years old. She’s The Watson Girl. A therapist has asked her to participate in regression session treatments to attempt to bring back those lost memories. The closer she gets to the truth, however, the less time she has to remain alive. Now, the real killer is going to silence her, before she can remember the details of that horrifying night, when she was an innocent witness. Laura Watson is young, she’s beautiful, and she’s a serial killer’s loose end. Join the smart, relentless, and short-fused FBI Special Agent Tess Winnett and her team in a heart-stopping search for the serial killer who has managed to stay hidden for many years. Explore the inner workings of the murderer’s mind, and find out what motivates such predatory, blood-lusting behavior, while following every twist and turn of an existence spent taking lives.

Laura Watson’s family was murdered fifteen years ago.  That was only the beginning. His beginning. If you’re the apple of his eye, you’re already dead.

Special Agent Tess Winnett will hold nothing back to stop the killer before he takes another innocent life. She never fails, no matter what’s at stake. Even her own life.

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Bestselling author Leslie Wolfe is passionate about writing fiction, despite spending a significant number of years climbing the corporate ladder. Leaving the coveted world of boardrooms for the blissful peace of the Florida-based “Wolves’ den,” Leslie answers one true calling: writing. 

Leslie’s novels break the mold of traditional thrillers. Fascinated by technology and psychology, Leslie brings extensive background and research in these fields, that empower and add texture to a signature, multi-dimensional, engaging writing style. 

Leslie released the first novel, Executive, in October 2011. It was very well received, including inquiries from Hollywood. Since then, Leslie published numerous novels and enjoyed growing success and recognition in the marketplace. Among Leslie’s most notable works, The Watson Girl (2017) was recognized for offering a unique insight into the mind of a serial killer and a rarely seen first person account of his actions, in a dramatic and intense procedural thriller.

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my review

The Watson Girl grabbed my attention from the very beginning. I loved the sound of it, crime thriller, serial killer story. Although this book is the second book in a series about the FBI Agent, Tess Winnett, I had no issues reading it, as it works as a stand-alone as well as a series. However, I am interested to go back and read the first book, which I believe is called, Dawn Girl and see how Tess developed into the woman I read about in The Watson Girl.

This book follows three main characters – Tess, Laura Watson, and the murderer. Each chapter is a different person, however, the chapters that are from the killer’s point of view, are all written in first person, where as the others are all in third. I found this really interesting as it meant I was really in the ‘mind’ of the killer.

Tess Winnett is sent to interview a serial killer who is weeks away from death. He confesses that three of the murders he was charged with – including the Watson family – were not his. Tess is then pushed into finding the real killer before he strikes again.

Tess was a tough character, she found it hard to trust anyone, she tended to not worry about the feelings of those around her, as long as the cases get solved. She begins to soften as the book goes on, and I enjoyed following her in this story.

The Watson Girl kept me interested throughout the entire story. I needed to find out who the real killer was and how they caught him. When I did find out who it was, I was a little bit shocked. although I was half expecting a twist and for it to be someone else. Wolfe finished the story well and tied up all of the loose ends. I quite liked the way she ended it, it really felt finished, I didn’t sit there guessing afterwards.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys crime mystery/thrillers!

Thank you to Leslie Wolfe for sending me a copy of this book, and thank you to Silver Dagger Blog Tours for giving me the opportunity to be part of the blog tour.

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Book Review: Missing You by Harlan Coben

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Title: Missing You
Author: Harlan Coben
Published: March 18, 2014
Publisher: Orion Publishing
Format: Audiobook
Source: Audible with Credit
Read By: Kerry Shale
Genre: Fiction; Mystery; Crime & Thriller
Goodreads’ Rating: 3.95 / 5 stars
My Rating: ♥♥♥♥

It’s a profile, like all the others on the online dating site. But as NYPD Detective Kat Donovan focuses on the accompanying picture, she feels her whole world explode, as emotions she’s ignored for decades come crashing down on her. Staring back at her is her ex-fiance Jeff, the man who shattered her heart 18 years ago, never to be seen or heard from again.

Kat feels a spark, wondering if this might be the moment when past tragedies recede and a new world opens up to her. But when she reaches out to the man in the profile, her reawakened hope quickly darkens into suspicion and then terror as an unspeakable conspiracy comes to light, in which monsters prey upon the most vulnerable.

As the body count mounts and Kat’s hope for a second chance with Jeff grows more and more elusive, she is consumed by an investigation that challenges her feelings about everyone she ever loved – her former fiance, her mother, and even her father, whose cruel murder so long ago has never been fully explained. With lives on the line, including her own, Kat must venture deeper into the darkness than she ever has before, and discover if she has the strength to survive what she finds there.

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I have had this book in my Audible Library for a while now, and I thought that I would give it a try. I have only read one other book by Harlan Coben, which was Six Years and I really enjoyed it. (You can read my review here)
In this one we are following Kat Donovan, an NYPD Detective. As she is on an online dating site that her friend set up for her, she comes across the profile of her ex-fiancé Jeff. She decides to contact him, only to get the reply that he wants to leave the past in the past.
She then has a teenager come to her desk claiming that his mother is missing and she needs to investigate because the mother left on a ‘holiday’ with a man she met online, non other than Jeff.
As the investigation continues, Kat questions everything she knows about this man, when more people go missing. There is something not right, she just cannot work it out.
This book had me hooked from beginning to end! I listened to it any chance I had, I just needed to know what was happening.
While Kat is trying to figure out this missing person case, she is also hell bent on figuring out who killed her father 18 years before, the man who confessed just didn’t seem right and she needed answers.
Having essentially two storylines in this book was really interesting, you didn’t just get caught up in the one mystery. I thought that I knew who had done the kidnapping, but I was wrong, but I am glad about that, but the twist at the end of who ended up being the father’s killer? OH. MY. GOD. I just didn’t see it coming at all. The ending felt a little unfinished to me, I would have liked maybe another few paragraphs, but I think that is the only real issue that I had with this book, the rest of it was fantastic! I really enjoy Coben’s writing style and the way he sets out his writing from all different angles and characters, and all of the different characters stories all meet up and make sense.
This is only the second book I have read by Coben, but I already cannot wait to get my hands on another one!

About the Author:


With over 60 million books in print worldwide, Harlan Coben’s last seven consecutive novels, MISSING YOU, SIX YEARS, STAY CLOSE, LIVE WIRE, CAUGHT, LONG LOST and HOLD TIGHT all debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list and lists around the world. His books are published in 43 languages around the globe.

Coben is the winner of the Edgar Award, Shamus Award and Anthony Award – the first author to win all three – and he has received an eclectic variety of honors from all over the world. His novel TELL NO ONE has been turned into a hit French film of the same name. His essays and columns have appeared in many top publications.

Harlan was born in Newark, New Jersey. He still lives in New Jersey with his wife, Anne Armstrong-Coben MD, a pediatrician, and their four children.

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Thanks for coming by to read my review of Missing You by Harlen Coben. Have any of you read this one, or any of his others? I would love to hear from you in the comments box below!
Until next time, happy reading

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#BookReview #BlogTour Splinters by F. J. R. Titchenell & Matt Carter (@FJR_Titchenell) (@MCarterAuthor)

splinters coverTitle: Splinters
Author: F. J. R. Titchenell & Matt Carter
Series: The Prospero Chronicles book 1
Genre: Young Adult; Fantasy
Release Date: January 1, 2014
Format: Kindle eBook
Source: YA Bound Tours for Review
Goodreads’ Rating: 3.78 / 5
My Rating: ♥♥♥ / ♥♥♥♥♥
Goodreads’ Synopsis:
Under ordinary circumstances, Ben and Mina would never have had reason to speak to each other; he’s an easy-going people person with a healthy skepticism about the paranormal, and she’s a dangerously obsessive monster-hunter with a crippling fear of betrayal. But the small town of Prospero, California, has no ordinary circumstances to offer. In order to uncover a plot set by the seemingly innocent but definitely shapeshifting monsters-that-look-like-friends-family-and-neighbors, the two stark opposites must both find ways to put aside their differences and learn to trust each other.

Book Review

I received this book as part of a blog tour through YA Bound Book Tours for review. This does not alter or influence my review in any way.

In this book we follow two main characters who are living in a town where some weird things are happening. People are going missing regularly, the latest shows up at her own memorial service. Mina and Ben have to work together to hunt these ‘things’ and workout where they are coming from.
On first impressions this book was weird, yet wonderful. I loved the writing, there was just so much imagination so even though what you were reading was completely crazy, you felt as though it actually could be happening – it felt so real.
Character-wise, Mina was a nice girl, a little crazy, with some trust issues. The reasons behind those trust issues are brought to light further on as you read, which makes your heart break a little for her. Ben on the other hand, was very skeptical of Mina (as I would be if some girl I’d never met told me there were monsters who looked like humans all through the town and she needed your help to stop them from taking over). As time goes on, Ben has no choice but to believe her and the two of them embark on a monster-hunting expedition which will have some consequences for them both.

On the whole, I did enjoy this book. It was weird and creepy all wrapped up into one parcel of just plain crazy. In the edition that I received I was able to read the first chapter f the next book in the series, Shards, and it seems like it will be just as enjoyable as the first. It would be interesting to see what happens to Ben and Mina in the small town of Prospero, California.

Thank you to YA Bound Book Tours and the authors for allowing me to read and review this one!

About the Author

FJRFiona J.R. Titchenell is an author of Young Adult, Sci-Fi, and Horror fiction. She is represented by Fran Black of Literary Counsel and lives in San Gabriel, California with her husband, Matt Carter, and their pet king snake, Mica. She has also published under the initials F.J.R. Titchenell

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#BookReview The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon (@say_shannon)

The Bone SeasonTitle: The Bone Season
Author: Samantha Shannon
Series: The Bone Season Book 1
Release Date: March 1, 2017
Publisher: Bloomsbury UK
Source: Received from publisher for review
Format: Paperback

Retail Price: $19.99AUD
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My Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ / ♥♥♥♥♥
Goodreads’ Rating: 3.75 / 5 

Goodreads’ Synopsis:
For the past two hundred years the Scion government has led an oppressive campaign against unnaturalness in London.

Clairvoyance in all its forms has been decreed a criminal offence, and those who practise it viciously punished. Forced underground, a clairvoyant underworld has developed, combating persecution and evading capture.
Paige Mahoney, a powerful dreamwalker operating in the Seven Dials district of London, leads a double life, using her unnaturalness illegally while hiding her gift from her father, who works for the Scion regime...

Book Review:

*I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review*

The Bone Season is the first book of Samantha Shannon’s series of the same title.  I had seen this book around the online community and it was put on my TBR quiet some time ago. When I received it in the mail, so say that I was excited was an understatement!

This story follows a girl named Paige Mahoney who is a clairvoyant. However, she is one of the rarer ones, a dreamwalker, who is only just learning about her gift. She belongs to a group of clairvoyants called the Seven Dials, who are a sort of underground crime syndicate. 

Now, I am not going to go any further into the plot because I don’t want to give anything away to those who have not yet had a chance to read this amazing book!

I really enjoyed the story line of this book. Even though it is a long one, (452 pages), there is no moment of boredom, I didn’t find myself wanting to skip ahead to find out what happens, as I have had with some books in the past.
I had read the sequel to this book, The Pale Dreamer, before getting into this one, so I already had the back ground knowledge of what the story was about – I think that made the experience so much better. You can read my review of The Pale Dreamer here if you are interested..

Character-wise, I couldn’t fault Shannon. All of her characters were well written and well developed. They were growing and changing throughout the entire story. Paige was a very strong character, I found myself always on her side, even if the other character had some good points…as for Warden – he was probably my next favourite. I did not think much of him in the beginning, but he developed the most throughout the entire story and I was definitely supporting him by the end.

The Bone Season had everything. Great characters – both heroes and villains –  a great plot that sucked me in and kept me interested, and wonderful did not take much to imagine the setting throughout the book. I also enjoyed that there were flashbacks into Paige’s life, it gives us the opportunity to get to know her better, and learn what she is about, as she was such a secretive, hidden character.

The only thing that disappointed me with this, was the fact that it ended and I do not have the next book in the series! if you are going to read this, make sure you have the next one, I am dying to know what happens next!

About the Author:

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Samantha Shannon was born and raised in West London. She started writing in abundance when she was twelve, started her first novel when she was fifteen, and studied English Language and Literature at St Anne’s College, Oxford, from 2010 – 2013, graduating with a 2:1.

In 2013, she published The Bone Season, the internationally bestselling first instalment in a seven-book series of fantasy novels. Its first sequel, The Mime Order, was published in 2015, and she’s currently editing the third book in the series, The Song Rising. She is also working on a high fantasy novel.

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