The Crown's Fate by Evelyn Skye

Filled with darker writing and characters grappling with personal challenges, The Crown's Fate is a compelling sequel, it couldn't be otherwise with Evelyn Skye's gorgeous writing style, yet, it reads and feels much denser and thicker - with inner monologues taking precedence over the evanescent magic readers experienced in the first book, The Crown’s Game. 

Stealing Snow by Danielle Paige

Edgy and with twisted magic, Stealing Snow is the first book in Danielle Paige's contemporary retelling of "The Snow Queen" a book that has been on my TBR shelf for awhile now and one that as a fan of fairy tales, I knew I wanted to read as it's not often we see this Hans Christian Andersen's tale told in YA.

Review + Giveaway: Seeker by Veronica Rossi

Last year Rossi won me over with her new YA series opener RIDERS, an action-packed, thrill ride featuring the four horsemen of the Apocalypse and a mysterious girl leading them into a battle of supernatural proportions. SEEKER, the second in the duology, surpassed all my expectation and should definitely be on fans of the genre’s TBR lists.

Blood Rose Rebellion by Rosalyn Eves

Set in an alternate, magical version of nineteenth century England and Hungary, Blood Rose Rebellion features a heroine with the power to undo spells who soon finds herself caught in the middle of a dangerous rebellion and a dark, enchanted realm where she just might be their only hope for freedom.

Ruined by Amy Tintera

Revenge, deception, romance and stabby action fill the pages of Amy Tintera's young adult fantasy novel Ruined featuring a cunning heroine who wields a sword with deadly intent.